Company Truck Drivers
Accident Protocol: What’s Your SOP?

Accident Protocol: What’s Your SOP?

The old saying rings true: hope for the best, prepare for the worst. This applies especially to the risk of accidents as a truck driver. While the best advice on accidents is to drive safely in a well-maintained truck, there are many factors that can result in accidents varying in

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  • 4 Ways to Knock Your Pre-trip Routine Out of The Park

4 Ways to Knock Your Pre-trip Routine Out of The Park

The secret to a successful and smooth trip happens before you even start your engine. Every driver has their own personal pre-trip rituals and routines, along with required inspections to make sure your truck is in safe and proper working order. Check out our list of pre-trip rituals to get

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5 Ideas For Staying Social On The Road

5 Ideas For Staying Social On The Road

Trucking can be a lonely career. With many long hours in your truck by yourself, it can be tough to stay connected to your loved ones or to any type of social community. Isolation and depression can sneak in and wreck your mindset. Luckily, there are many creative ways you

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7 Trucker Tales: How They Drove into the Business

7 Trucker Tales: How They Drove into the Business

People become drivers for all sorts of reasons. The freedom, the cash, and the open road have long called men and women to get behind the wheel and haul freight across America. When you’re a part of the trucking industry, adventure, opportunity, and independence come with the job, and that’s

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A Trucker’s Guide to Cab Cooking

A Trucker’s Guide to Cab Cooking

With long stretches on the road and seemingly limited options for food, most truck drivers end up eating packaged items, fast food, or choose to go to a restaurant. Not only is it a challenge to make healthy choices with these options, but the cost can also eat away at

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Trucking Pets Own the Road in 2018

Trucking Pets Own the Road in 2018

Truck driving can be a lonely way of life for some people. The combination of life on the road paired with long hours adds up to one things: solitude. Yet, many drivers out there know this isn’t the way things have to be. When drivers bring pets along on a

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How can truckers spot human trafficking? New laws and what you can do to help.

How can truckers spot human trafficking? New laws and what you can do to help.

Did you know in 2017, 1900 truck drivers reporting seeing signs of human trafficking? Human trafficking is a serious concern in the United States. It has been reported in every single state and is one of the black market’s largest revenue streams. These heinous individuals recruit mostly adult women and

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  • Everything You Need to Know About ELDs before April 1st

Everything You Need to Know About ELDs before April 1st

Most drivers are already well aware of this, but in December 2015, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) formally announced the electronic logging device (ELD) rule. An ELD or electronic logging device is hardwired to a truck’s engine and is used to accurately log all of the miles and

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3 Pre-trip Rituals Every Truck Driver Needs

3 Pre-trip Rituals Every Truck Driver Needs

The most important part of a truck driver’s trip happens before they actually hit the road. Some drivers have their own pre-trip rituals to make sure that they are ready for the long hours across the country. We asked our community of over 250,000 drivers what helps them run smoothly

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Money Saving Secrets from Professional Drivers

Money Saving Secrets from Professional Drivers

Did you know that on average, drivers spend more than $1000 a month on work-related expenses? Fuel, food, places to rest; all of these things can take a heavy toll on the finances if not properly managed. Many drivers struggle with cash flow as they try to keep money in

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