With over 30 years in the transportation industry, TruckRight is led by the husband and wife team Lisa and Dirk Kupar. Their experience includes 12 years as multi-truck owner/operators and over 21 years as proprietors of an international truck driver leasing company.
Their success is based upon a simple concept, employee engagement and yes, old- fashioned values.
As entrepreneurs, the Kupars saw an opportunity to create a solution that engages employees. This system follows a driver’s employment cycle from the day she/he submits an application until the day the driver leaves the company. With TruckRight, the Kupars immediately noticed the ROI and positive impact it had with their drivers.
After years of beta-testing, TruckRight has launched with great success. Fleets from 50 to 5,000 are now realizing the same success, saying it has dramatically changed the way their companies communicate.
With Knight Transport LLC being a smaller company (<100 power units), we originally elected to opt out of on-site training when going live with TruckRight. A few months after launching TR we had the pleasure of spending a day face to face with Dirk Kupar going over the many features of TruckRight we hadn’t realized were available. Although the system is extremely user friendly, it became quickly apparent during the visit we made an error in judgement when electing to pass on the onsite training. You just can’t beat one on one training with one of the creators of TruckRight himself. If you’re on the fence, I would highly recommend this training.
Sincerely, Scotty B White CEO Knight Transport LLC
Engagement with a candidate, from the initial contact, through their life cycle with a company is paramount to the success and profitability of any fleet. Retention is maximized through good communication, mutual respect and continued education. Not only will employees feel empowered, their work habits will improve – meaning a safer, more professional and profitable fleet.
The start of a relationship
At TruckRight, we want to build a relationship with our clients and understand the challenges they are facing.
Our cloud-based workflow is easy to set up and apply to your existing workflow with no additional infrastructure needed. You can also opt to receive onsite training from one of our knowledgeable professionals.
Once you are set up, you will quickly see how our paperless workflow saves you time and money while keeping your fleet engaged, safe, and compliant.
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Compliance How much do you spend on non-compliance?
HOW MUCH ARE YOU WILLING TO RISK?
The true cost of an accident can be staggering. Besides direct costs, indirect costs like poor publicity, lost clients and lost productivity can take a toll. The average cost for a truck accident is $148,279, not including litigation. It would
take an additional revenue of $7,413,950 to pay the accident costs, assuming an average profit margin of 2%. A study of over one million lines of data on truck violations discovered that over 28,000 trucking companies, representing over 200,000
trucks, operated with safety violations. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association’s (FMSCA) settlement for non-compliance was $36,262,097 in 2014 with an average fine of over $7,000 per case.