15 Things Richard Hammar Wants Pastors to Know
Determine if your church has the right insurance.
Two church leaders weigh in on this question.
Tips for handling this critical area of risk-management.
Managing the money of the church includes being up-to-date on insurance policies.
Even with improvements, these vehicles still pose significant risks.
A startling ruling underscores the importance of cell phone policies for churches.
3 tips to remember when shopping for new ministry transportation.
How to avoid the increased driving risks of winter.
State laws generally require children under a certain weight or height to be secured either in an infant car seat or in a booster seat.
Who is liable when church volunteers drive for church events?
Are church buses subject to state motor vehicle regulations?
Make sure your church bus crosses state lines legally.
A "private motor carrier of passengers" must meet certain requirements.
Article summary. Many churches own 15-passenger vans, and most use them to carry passengers on
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently issued new rules
Church treasurers should ensure their church’s auto insurance policies provide adequate coverage.
Recent case illustrates need for churches to have automobile insurance.
Risks associated with 15-passenger vans could outweight benefits.
Article summary.Many churches own 15-passenger vans, and most use them exclusively to transport children and