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Thursday, February 13, 2020 The new year brings a lot of change, and 2020 in Oregon is looking a lot different for business vehicles. The state is turning its focus to commercial vehicles in its latest push to "Keep Oregon Moving" — which is a new funding program for transportation. READ MORE >>
Monday, January 20, 2020 As your business grows, so will your staff — and so will your business insurance needs. You can essentially break down your hired hands into three categories: Freelancers, contractors and employees. Freelancers and contractors have a lot of overlap. But they have enough differences to be categorized separately. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, October 2, 2019 If you operate a business in which trucks, vans, cars, or other motor vehicles are necessary, you need commercial auto insurance. A challenge to this type of coverage, however, is that you have several different options to choose from. Below, we will explain the different types of commercial auto insurance and what types your business should have. READ MORE >>
Friday, July 12, 2019 Here in Hillsboro, we know a thing or two about running a business. We're part of Oregon's Silicon Forest, home to major tech companies and commercial enterprises. But we're also famous for our thriving small business environment and cultural opportunities. READ MORE >>
Friday, April 19, 2019 When you have a team of professional drivers, it is always essential to keep them on their toes. You want to be sure they are doing everything they can to reduce risks to your entity. One way they can do that is by maintaining a clean driving record. There are several things you can do to ensure your drivers are safe. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 20, 2019 Auto detailers take possession of a person's vehicle, use specialized equipment to clean it, and then return it to its rightful owner. The process may seem risk-free, but there are actually a number of different risks present. To minimize those risks, consider how a business owner's policy (BOP) can work for you. READ MORE >>