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5 Truck Drivers Who Became Hurricane Harvey Heroes

5 Truck Drivers Who Became Hurricane Harvey Heroes

Hurricane Harvey left a devastating mark on Texas. After damaging homes, businesses, livestock and lives, America united in helping its victims. The government, private companies, non-profit organizations and even individuals are taking part in sharing their resources. Some of these people are the truck drivers who simply did what they

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Who can really make a difference for truckers?

Who can really make a difference for truckers?

With Truck Driver Appreciation Week here, we’re calling out three groups that need to step up to the plate and start making a difference for truckers. Without their constant dedication to get things where they need to go, most of us would not be able to enjoy life as we

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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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Best Views from Truckers 2017

Best Views from Truckers 2017

When we ask drivers why they love being on the road, we hear two answers: 1. The Money and 2. The Views. Drivers travel between 1500 and 3000 miles every single week. The things truckers see while working are incredible. Our fans shared their photos with us and we are

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Road Pets 101

Road Pets 101

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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14 Most Loved Road Pets

14 Most Loved Road Pets

Truck drivers with pets on the road report higher levels of happiness and job satisfaction while experiencing less symptoms of depression and loneliness. We asked our community of 250,000 drivers to share their four-legged co-pilots with us and we got over 200 responses! 14 favorites rose to the top of

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The State of American Trucking Schools

The State of American Trucking Schools

The State of the American Truck Driver Job A Three Part Series Part 3 of 3 While the trucking industry grows, we have to stay committed to putting drivers and their needs above everything else. America is home to over 3.5 million truck drivers who haul over 70% of our

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The State of the Company Truck Driver Job

The State of the Company Truck Driver Job

The State of the Company Truck Driver Job Most truck drivers start their career as a company driver. In our survey, drivers 86% of participants haven driven as company employees for over 5 years. Even experienced and older drivers lean towards company driving over independent driving. So, what’s it like

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The State of the American Owner Operator Job

The State of the American Owner Operator Job

Owner operators are a critical segment of the truck driving population. These drivers are living the American dream by independently running their own business as a trucker. About Owner Operators Owner operators are small business owners who own, maintain and drive their own commercial motor vehicles. In the last survey

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No Left Lane for Drivers

No Left Lane for Drivers

States across the nation are submitting new laws to govern professional driver usage of far left lanes. These laws would impact nearly every OTR truck driving job in country. ready have regulations that govern motorist and truck left hand usage, but these regulations can be unclear and are not typically

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