O/O AFTER A DUI

Discussion in 'Ask An Owner Operator' started by Trucks4u, Jul 12, 2021.

  1. Trucks4u

    Trucks4u Bobtail Member

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    Very appreciated , although I have reviewed trans am and the reviews were not good at all getting back in is the bottom line here. So , I will look further into Trans Am and see where it goes. Owner Operator is what I want to achieve and I'm absolutely positive I will get there even if it takes me a little longer.
    Thanks for the advice and I will check them out.
     
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  3. Skunk_Truck_2590

    Skunk_Truck_2590 Road Train Member

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    I would stay away from progressive at all costs regardless of insurance needs. Those people are crooks and the highway robbery even with a squeaky clean record is real.
     
  4. Beaver9

    Beaver9 Medium Load Member

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    That is asking a bit too much my friend. People won't be selling their lanes.
    There is already a lot of FREE info here people are ready to share like what you need when opening your own authority.
    At the moment rates are up across.
     
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  5. REO6205

    REO6205 Trucker Forum STAFF Staff Member

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    Also, the cheapest insurance is probably not the best insurance. That cheap insurance may not be a bargain at all the first time you have a serious claim.
     
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  6. wis bang

    wis bang Road Train Member

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    Being an owner operator won't change the fact that the DUI was only 2 years ago, most insurance companies won't insure you until the DUI is over 5 years old. That is the reason most won't hire you now, they can't insure you.
     
  7. ProfessionalNoticer

    ProfessionalNoticer Road Train Member

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    As a new entrant, you're pretty much stuck with Progressive for your first two years. There's no need even wasting your time on anything until you have a solid written quote from an insurance company. Most will require a VIN number too.
     
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