Our ClientWeb is the X Factor! With up to the minute data our ClientWeb is your virtual office!
Have you met your HOS and trying to kill some time? Our website will allow you to keep up with your funded invoices even while on the road. You can instantly:
- See the images that were sent to the broker
- Get a list of the brokers with open invoices on your account
- See all brokers you have worked with in the past
- Check credit 24 hours a day
- Once an invoice is paid, you can view the payment
- See the activity on your account daily
- Run reports
It’s time to be an active team member with AFS in monitoring your account. Everything is at your finger tips. If you have any additional questions please contact your Account Representative or anyone else at our office at 877-287-3835.
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Be your own private investigator and stop fraudulent loads before they even start.
Grab your magnifying glass, here are some things we watch for at Assist Financial Services. Continue reading “You Deserve To Be Paid – Stop Fraudulent Loads”
But average length-of-haul continues to drop for motor carriers large and small.
Continue reading “ATA’s Costello: Outlook bright for trucking”
National averages for both diesel and gasoline continue to climb week-over-week in every region of the country. According to data tracked by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), fuel prices for both diesel and gasoline kept increasing across the U.S. this week, with diesel over the $3 mark in almost every region of the country except for three.
Continue reading “U.S. fuel prices remain on the rise”
Yet concerns are voiced over efforts to broaden toll road use, impact of spending on federal deficit. In President Trump’s first State of the Union address, he called on Congress to produce an infrastructure bill of at least $1.5 trillion while also easing the regulatory review process.
Continue reading “President Trump aims for $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill”
Though they fell 5% in 2017 year-over-year, the firm expects sticker prices for used trucks to jump in the second half of 2018.
Continue reading “ACT: Used truck prices poised to increase”
Dry van and refrigerated load-to-truck ratios are edging down after hitting record peaks in early January, load board operator says. National average dry van and flatbed spot rates fell slightly for the week ending January 20, with refrigerated or “reefer” spot rates remaining unchanged, according to data tracked by load board operator DAT Solutions.
Continue reading “DAT: Spot rates easing after ELD high”
Diesel stays over $3 per gallon on a national basis as costs spike along the East Coast.
The national average price per gallon for diesel and gasoline remained elevated this week, though there are significant fluctuations on a regional basis in week-to-week price comparisons, according to data tracked by the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
Continue reading “U.S. fuel prices remain elevated”
NSC analysis indicates “accidental” deaths are now the third leading cause of fatalities in the U.S.
Based on its data, NSC said an American is accidentally injured every second and killed every three minutes by a “preventable” event, such as a drug overdose, a motor vehicle crash, a fall, a drowning, a choking incident or another preventable incident.