Users receive the first two months of Telehealth service free of charge.  -  Photo: Trucker Path

Users receive the first two months of Telehealth service free of charge.

Photo: Trucker Path

Trucker Path and Smart and Simple Insurance Development (SASid) announced a partnership that makes reduced rate health and life insurance more accessible for Trucker Path’s community of users, according to the company's news release.

“Our partnership with SASid is another way that Trucker Path is focusing on making the lives of the nation’s truck drivers easier,” said Chris Oliver, CMO at Trucker Path. “These new insurance and health service offerings for Trucker Path app users continue our commitment to looking at things from a driver’s perspective and finding new ways to help enhance their quality of life.”

Through its partnership with SASid, Trucker Path said it is offering app users access to a range of insurance options at reduced rates. The programs from 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, according to the compant. Trucker Path added 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, according to Trucker Path. Using a smartphone, tablet, or computer, participants can attend appointments with a health care practitioner.

“As truck drivers continue to support our economy, having the ideal health, life and other types of insurance at an affordable price is essential,” said Greg Hellmich, VP of insurance at SASid. “In addition to offering Trucker Path users a complete line of products and services, we will provide access to efficient, user-friendly tools so they can build insurance plans that are specific to their needs. We are pleased to partner with Trucker Path and make highly affordable insurance available for their community of truck drivers.”

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