Life on the Road
Life on the Road
There are many stereotypes that surround the trucking industry. These myths and misconceptions are often negative and without proper basis. They are often insulting and encourage misinformation about an entire group of people and industry. Today, we are going to set the record straight on some of these myths.
Any professional truck driver will tell you that windy conditions can be dangerous. It is easy to underestimate windy conditions since they don’t seem as dangerous as ice, snow, or rain. However, wind can be just as dangerous if you aren’t prepared. Here are our tips for staying safe in high wind conditions.
A career in trucking can be rewarding and profitable, but just like any other career drivers often can experience burnout. Trucking can be fast-paced, stressful, and demanding and you can notice this job is taking a toll on your physical and mental health. This is called burnout. In this blog, we are going to go over ways to help you avoid burnout while working in the trucking industry.
Long haul truck drivers drive from state to state and are often on the road for multiple days and sometimes weeks. A long haul route takes a lot of time and energy to complete – so what are some things truck drivers do to pass the time while on a long haul?
Becoming a truck driver is a great career move. There are so many positive aspects of a career in the trucking industry. Trucks carry the items that Americans consume on a daily basis. So if you are wondering about being a truck driver, take the leap because truck drivers deliver products that we can’t live without.