Trucker Path, SASid partner to offer reduced rate insurance

Trucker Path, SASid partner to offer reduced rate insurance

Trucker Path and Smart and Simple Insurance Development (SASid), a nationally licensed insurance agency, announced a partnership that makes getting reduced rate health and life insurance easier than ever for Trucker Path’s community of users.

Through its partnership with SASid, Trucker Path is offering app users access to a range of insurance options at reduced rates. The programs from major insurance carriers include Short Term Health, Major Medical, Accident, Dental, Vision, Telehealth, Prescription Drugs and Life Insurance. Support is available through a call center dedicated to Trucker Path users. Those participating in any of the health plans receive a free drug discount card.

Users receive the first two months of Telehealth service free of charge. Using a smartphone, tablet or computer, participants can easily attend appointments with a health care practitioner, a significant benefit for truck drivers who are often on the road and away from home for long periods of time.

Drivers can visit to learn more and sign up for the free Telehealth offer.

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