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.
Being a trucking spouse or having a trucker as a spouse isn’t easy. Life over the road, away from loved ones, is stressful. Having your spouse away for long stretches of time is just as stressful.
Kick-off the start of a new year with some family time! There are tons of family activities for you to do with your loved ones. PAW Patrol Live! “The Great Pirate Adventure” Date: January 4 & 5 Location: Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg Nickelodeon and VStar Entertainment Group present PAW Patrol Live! “The Great Pirate Adventure,” [...]
At Len Dubois Trucking we pride ourselves on doing everything possible to get our fleet home for Christmas but we know that not all drivers will make it home and that not all companies make this a priority. While it would seem that most of the continent is taking time off, we all know that [...]
Are you looking for the perfect Christmas gift for that hard-to-buy-for trucker? From entertainment to practical tools - we’ve found 5 things every truck driver will love!
2019-2020 Chain Up Information Starting September 1, 2019, drivers are required to carrying a set of chains in the truck. In order to comply with varying State and Provincial regulations, drivers will be required to keep chains in the truck until May 31, 2019. Len Dubois Trucking’s Chain Up Policy As a general rule, Len [...]
A career as a truck driver can put a strain on your marriage or relationship. It’s like a long-distance relationship. There are differences but being away from your loved ones for a week at a time isn’t easy.
Family time is important! Don't waste those days in. Here are a few things you and your family might enjoy doing in September.
These are horrifying stats! Those numbers mean truckers are shortening their life span. To make it worse - it's preventable.
Staying connected with your trucking spouse can be challenging. The same works for your driver staying connected with you. Both of you have busy days and responsibilities.