Register Now for the SVG@NAB Annual Truck Breakfast

Join SVG at the Las Vegas Convention Center for the SVG@NAB Annual Truck Breakfast on Tuesday, April 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. During the breakfast, a roundtable of leading mobile production executives will address vital issues within the mobile production industry during this interactive discussion. CLICK HERE to register now.

Here is a look at the pressing issues that will be tackled at the Truck Breakfast:

Why the Prospects for Truck Weight Reform Have Never Been Better — And How You Can Help!
Presented by John Runyan, Executive Director of the Coalition for Transportation Productivity

Congress will start the long-awaited reauthorization of the surface transportation laws this spring. A proposal to allow 97,000 pound, six-axle trucks to access the interstate highway system will be offered as an amendment to the transportation bill and has an excellent chance of being adopted – but only if shippers and carriers unite in a common front. Find out more about the Safe and Efficient Transportation Act and what you can do to ensure the measure gets enacted.

Trends in Mobile Truck Insurance and Why Your Greatest Exposure May Not Be Where You Think
Presented by Scott Carroll, VP – Take1 Insurance; and Matt Kleinjan – VP- Jules Berlin Agency

Insurance for mobile truck owners requires a combination of commercial auto insurance and equipment (property) coverage to properly protect all of your assets. Experiences with settling multiple truck insurance claims over the years offer the presenters a unique perspective on where your greatest exposures are and where insufficient insurance coverage can be devastating for your company and its fleet.

Updates from the Sports Production Safety Group (SPSG)
Presented by members of the SPSG board

This presentation will touch on new mobile truck safety initiatives and how you can get involved. What are the latest offerings on spsgonline.com? How truck companies can use spsgonline.com for policy and training? And, is there a need for a truck safety specialty group?