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Wednesday, August 31st, 2022
truck driving

Truck drivers have one of the most challenging and in-demand jobs in America. With the need for dependable workers rising, more and more new professionals are entering the field. This influx of rookie drivers, unfortunately, means more potential for mistakes. Here are the top four truck driving mistakes you should avoid to stay safe throughout your trucking career. 

Friday, July 29th, 2022
row of Semi trucks

Commercial vehicles are all over the roads across the world. From small delivery vehicles to massive semi-trucks, people rely on them for food, materials, clothing, and other necessities. There are many facts about semi-trucks that many people don’t know, even truck drivers themselves. 

Thursday, May 12th, 2022
flatbed truck

Truck drivers face the challenge of driving long hours, often through the night to make deliveries on time. Many find themselves struggling to stay awake during long drives, which can lead to accidents. Here are a few tips to help truck drivers stay awake and alert while driving.

Wednesday, January 19th, 2022
Flatbed trucking

Trucking is a popular career choice, as more and more truck drivers are needed to transport goods across the country. If you are considering this line of work, here are some important things you need to know!

Monday, December 27th, 2021
Flatbed truck in snow

Winter weather brings with it many hazards that can affect your day-to-day driving if you’re not used to it. Each winter, flatbed drivers spend countless hours behind the wheel in awful conditions – everything from heavy snow to sleet to rain. Even if you don’t live in an area where winter weather is common, trucking companies will often place their inexperienced employees on routes through these areas during the winter months. Here are some tips and tricks to help you drive this winter.

Monday, November 8th, 2021
trucking in the winter

Winter is right around the corner, and with it comes the snow, ice, strong winds and subzero temperatures. Truck drivers have to travel long distances and deliver cargo no matter what the weather is, so they should be prepared for anything. Here are some items every truck driver should have in case of emergency during the colder months. Most of these items are good to keep in your truck year round, but are especially useful during extreme weather.

Monday, October 4th, 2021
pros and cons

Most trucks you see on the highway transporting cargo are enclosed trailers. For bigger cargo, you will see it being transferred on a flatbed truck. Flatbed trucking is not an easy job. It takes a lot of time, skill, and attention to detail to successfully secure cargo on a flatbed trailer.

Thursday, September 2nd, 2021
truck driving

As a new truck driver, it’s important for you to learn as much as you can before you start driving. New drivers don’t have any experience to help out on the road, unlike truck drivers who have been doing their jobs for years. Here are some tips and tricks every new truck driver should know.

Friday, August 6th, 2021
Semi truck

Truck drivers do more than sit behind the wheel and ship goods all over the country. They operate some of the largest vehicles on the planet, while navigating through inclement weather and cities not designed for their weight or size. These drivers operate under a comprehensive regulatory regime managed by federal and state governments and insurance companies.