5 Roadside Attractions Truckers Can See

We don’t always have time to stop & sightsee while we’re on the road. The schedules we keep can be a little crazy at times.That doesn’t mean we can’t try to make at least a little time to see something cool

5 Great Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Trucker 2019

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!

Sight Seeing & Things to See on the Road

We see a lot of the same interstate during our long hours of driving. Have you thought about getting out of the truck and looking around?

By | August 12th, 2019|Trucker to Trucker|0 Comments

Large Trucking Companies vs Smaller Trucking Companies

We offer a family feel. Life happens. We work with our drivers to get them in when they need to be in for family obligations.

5 Good Reads for Rookie Drivers

Learning as much as you can, as fast as you can in the trucking industry can make or break your career. Being a Rookie driver is difficult, you are still within your first couple of years over-the-road and just when you think you've seen it all . . . something new pops up. Check out [...]

By | September 21st, 2018|Trucker to Trucker|0 Comments

Your Truck at Work

We are looking for spring and summer images of life on the road to use on our blog, share with our fleet, and our Facebook friends. From the interesting rest areas to the scenic views, the fuel pumps to the loading docks – there are photo opportunities all around us and we want you to [...]

By | May 14th, 2018|Trucker to Trucker|0 Comments

Having too Much Confidence May Be Your Downfall

Confidence is an essential quality for truck drivers to possess. Could you imagine carrying down the road for years on the shaky knees you had when you were a rookie? No, probably not. Finding your confidence on the road as a truck driver is discovering your ability to succeed in this industry, to drive safely [...]

By | March 28th, 2018|Trucker to Trucker, Winnipeg Truck Driving|0 Comments

Anti-Idling and Trucking

Anti-idling regulations are just one small part of the overall big picture to reduce emission. In the past 20 years, anti-idling regulations have become mainstream and, for the most part, well known and adopted. It doesn’t matter if you are an avid environmentalist, a general supporter, or a down-right naysayer to global warming, anti-idling regulations [...]

By | January 31st, 2018|Trucker to Trucker|0 Comments

Get Your Truck Winter Ready

It’s time to prepare your truck for another harsh winter season. With temperatures that range from bitterly cold – freeze your nads off in under 30 seconds to the above-zero slush, over the next five months, your truck is going to drive through some pretty intense weather. Before the really cold weather sets in taking [...]

By | October 27th, 2017|How To and Tips, Trucker to Trucker|0 Comments

Driver Turnover: Is the grass really greener?

It is no secret that the trucking industry faces a high driver turnover rate. In 2015, turnover at large fleets averaged 93% for the entire year. It is so common that quitting a job is something drivers just do; sometimes at the drop of a hat. While other drivers take pride in working with the [...]

By | July 22nd, 2016|Trucker to Trucker, Winnipeg Truck Driving|Comments Off on Driver Turnover: Is the grass really greener?
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