There's more to being a professional truck driver than just driving. As pro's, we're held to a higher standard. A high standard of safety and a higher standard in the way we interact with others during the course of doing our jobs.
Trucking faces a big problem – millennials just don’t seem to be interested in trucking.
Dealing with the flu or a cold is awful when you’re cooped up in the truck instead of at home in your comfy bed. Truck drivers rarely have the opportunity to call in sick or take the day off while dealing with your cold and flu symptoms. There are things you can do to help deal with your symptoms.
Unless a driver has operated a semi it’s hard to imagine what it takes to operate safely. Better driver training on how to drive around big trucks would make our roads safer and save lives. We’ve put together a few tips you can share with your four-wheeler friends.
Trucking in the winter is challenging. The cold temperatures are hard on the equipment. We often need to drive when the weather and roads are bad.
You’ve completed your training and now your looking for your first OTR truck driving job. Most trucking companies require 1 - 3 years of verifiable driving experience.
Drivers don't have a lot of downtime, but some drivers use the little bit of downtime to work on side gigs and earn a passive income on the side.
Whether you're new to trucking or have millions of miles behind you, there is always something to learn in the trucking industry. Check out some of our past how-to and tip articles that were written to help make your life a little easier out there on the road. Night Driving Pros and Cons lenduboistrucking.com Time [...]
We have lots of questions about your expectations, experience, etc. We assume you do too. You should so don’t be afraid to ask!
Trucking is stressful. We’re under constant time pressure from shippers and receivers. We have ticking HOS clocks. There are variables such as traffic and weather which affect how efficient we are and how we manage our day.