Driver Resources

Below is a list of commonly used industry links. These links are provided as a curtousy and we do not assume any responsability for the content of these site. Any links to third party sites are provided for the convenience of visitors to our site and/or our clients. Visitors assume sole responsibility for use of those links. We do not imply any affiliation or endorsement of the other site owner nor a guarantee of the accuracy of the information contained at that site. Royalty Truck Insurance Insurance Services makes no warranties of any kind, either express or implied, for the website or the Internet links provided on this website.

Weather Information

National Weather Service provides up to the minute weather information. While on the road, drivers can pass through multiple severe weather situations within a matter of hours. It is important to stay informed of the conditions ahead. With the National Weather Service you can search for severe thunderstorm, flash flood, or severe weather warnings. You will be able to look through national, state, and county maps to prepare yourself for the conditions that are ahead. Make sure that you are up to date with the hazards that are on your route.

In addition to the National Weather Service, the local radio and shared information from other drivers through CB can be useful in staying safe on the road by avoiding bad weather. Even a minor accident can amount to a considerable financial loss in the trucking industry. The best way to minimize your financial exposure is to carry the appropriate insurance coverage on your trucks.