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Dixon Insurance is celebrating our 11th year as a qualified member in Best's Insurance Professional Resources!

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2024 Holiday Office Closings

 Monday, January 15th ~ Martin Luther King Day 

Monday, February 19th ~ President’s Day

Monday, May 27th ~ Memorial Day

Thursday, July 4th ~ Independence Day

Monday, September 2nd ~ Labor Day

Monday, November 11th ~ Veterans Day

Thursday, November 28th ~ Thanksgiving

Friday, November 29th ~ Day after Thanksgiving

Tuesday,December 24th ~ Christmas Eve

Monday, December 25th ~ Christmas Day

Dixon Insurance 70th Anniversary Party!



The North Dakota Motor Carriers Association's No-Zone Program is a highway safety program designed to teach high school students and other drivers how to safely share the road with large trucks. The "No-Zone" refers to the blind spot areas around large commercial vehicles or the areas where cars are so close to the truck or bus that the driver's ability to stop or maneuver safely is restricted. No-Zone's mission is to save lives by changing driver behavior. Dixon Insurance & Interstate Truck Licensing are proud to sponsor this fantastic program!  



Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) exists to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the trucking, bus and energy industries to combat human trafficking. Hidden from much of society, human trafficking for labor and sexual exploitation are real evils. TAT reminds us we have the power to combat human trafficking, especially as members of the transportation industry. As sponsors of Truckers Against Trafficking, Dixon Insurance & ITL encourage you to join in the mission. Whether you're a one-person operation or leading a fleet, there's work to be done.

Per their website, “Truckers Against Trafficking recognizes that members of the trucking, bus and energy industries are invaluable in the fight against this heinous crime. As the eyes and ears of our nation’s highways, you are in a unique position to make a difference and close loopholes to traffickers who seek to exploit our transportation system for their personal gain.”

Email to be set up with free training materials & to learn how you can easily implement the 30-minute training.


   One night while Debo Adepiti was doing a premise check, the night porter told him a young lady had come in dressed provocatively & that he suspected prostitution. After speaking with the girl and the man who drove her there, Adepiti suspected trafficking & called police. Alan and Debo's actions led to the arrest of a 3 person trafficking ring that was canvassing the entire Baltimore area & recovery of as many as 12 women who had been trafficked.The training & procedures behind TAT's training are based on a very simple instruction: if you see or suspect something, call,” said Tom Liutkus, senior vice president of marketing and public relations for TravelCenters of America. “Alan and Debo did just that."

Declared Equipment Values

Due to current market conditions regarding new and used equipment, Dixon Insurance advises all equipment owners to re-evaluate their insured values and physical damage coverages. If physical-damage coverage was previously rejected, we strongly advise coverage be obtained.

We recommend that clients have appraisals performed by a dealership that sells their brand of equipment if possible. While an appraisal might cost money, it could be well worth it given the current market conditions. Another reference for equipment values is Truck Paper.

Once you have re-evaluated your asset’s current value, please call our office with your request to alter the value(s) set on your current insurance policy. Please contact us with any questions.”


If you use an ELD system to run IFTA reports, be sure to confirm that all your logs are certified before you run your report.  Also make sure that any unassigned miles are assigned and if you manually enter logs, that you count those miles in, as they will not count on the IFTA report.
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