We devoted more than one blog post to fuel management, but we feel the topic should be addressed more. Fuel costs can take a huge bite out of a trucker's income, especially with fluctuating prices.
We've covered cargo safety in the previous post, and we'll now expend more on parking lots and stops. For many truckers, finding a safe and convenient spot to rest or park isn't just important for cargo safety; it's vital for their own well-being and safety.
Cargo theft isn't merely an inconvenience; for truckers and businesses, it can be a disaster. We want to help truckers protect their load against potential threats, so here are some tips we've collected for you, the tokens of our appreciation and concern!
The open road can be a trucker's best friend and biggest challenge. With long hours of driving and stretches of solitude, it's no wonder many truckers struggle with loneliness. But in this digital age, staying connected has never been easier.
You are here, so you probably got the lease purchase offer at one point or another, or you’re interested in it. Our recruiters will do a great job explaining it to you; we are here to help you understand the whole position a bit more.
Team driving allows two CDL-A drivers to work together, get the most out of their shifts, and earn more money. Many drivers love their teammates and advise everyone to get into team driving. Read what they have to say so you can decide for yourself!
A driver should always have safety on his mind while driving. This includes not only their safety and the safety of surrounding vehicles but also how to transport their cargo so that it stays undamaged. Let us help you properly secure your cargo using bars, straps, and a little physics.
As more women embrace careers in trucking, they bring diverse perspectives, skills, and talents that contribute to the industry's growth and success. In this blog post, we celebrate the valuable contributions of women in trucking and explore the challenges they face.
The first citizen band (CB) radio was created in the United States in 1948. By the late 1960s, improvements had reduced the weight, size, and price of radios, making them more accessible to the general public. What's the situation in this day and age? Are CB radios still used by truckers, and in what way?
In March, we analyzed and wrote about how the market deals with crashes, what causes and affects them, and gave some advice on how to deal with the current market. Here’s an update on what has been happening since then.