Being a truck driver is a life of rewards and challenges. Truckers are often on the road for days, weeks, or even months. For many people, this creates many difficulties in personal relationships and self-care that can weigh heavily on truckers and their families. Often, truckers’ families are not sure what they can do to support their truck drivers.
One of the toughest aspects of being away from home is missing out on time with family and friends. Long distance relationships with loved ones are possible, but definitely difficult at times. Even being a short distance apart for days or weeks at a time, can be tough on relationships. Fortunately, technology has helped family and friends find new ways to stay connected.
We are honored to be a part of the top 20 Best Fleets to Drive For list for the 10th year since the program was founded 12 years ago. At Fremont Contract Carriers, we believe in taking care of our drivers, as they are not only the backbone of this organization but of...
Millions of Americans come together every year to remember the fallen and honor those that serve, and their families. Wreath-laying ceremonies are coordinated by the Wreaths Across America organization, and occur at more than 2,100 locations across the United States (in local and national cemeteries in all 50 states), as well as at sea and abroad.
The Truckload Carriers Association – an organization tailored specifically to the needs of truckload carriers, and is the only national trade association whose collective sole focus is the truckload segment of the motor carrier industry – has announced their finalists for the 2019 Company Driver of the Year Award, which includes one of our very own drivers, Robie Jensen. This award recognizes drivers who have strong safety records, have worked to improve the image of the trucking industry, and who regularly serve within their local community.