After a long day of driving it's nice to unwind. Not everyone is a fan of sitting in a drivers room. So how do you relax on your down time?
Don’t believe everything you hear. Between misconceptions and, well, the bad apples out there, the trucking industry can have a less than ideal reputation but the perception of trucking has recently received a boost
We have a lot of expertise at Len Dubois Trucking. We try to share that experience to help others in the industry.
Between the pandemic, new HOS rules, safety blitz's, and the usual things happening in the trucking industry - it can be hard to keep up with it all.
It's hard to imagine trucking before mobile devices. Remember plotting your route with a truckers atlas? Using payphones and calling cards?
Brake Safety Week 2020 is part of the larger safety campaign - CVSA’s Operation Airbrake Program - which will hold two blitz's.
As Operation Safe Driver wraps up it's important to remember that our focus on safety is more than a week-long enforcement blitz. Safety is our primary focus all the time.
The life of a truck driver can be an unhealthy lifestyle, both physically and mentally. I know this isn't groundbreaking news. It's obvious that a job can lead to unhealthy habits when it requires long hours of sitting, lots of time away from home, tight deadlines, and little access to common amenities such as a kitchen or exercise equipment.
In trucking, we make hay when the sun shines. But as some normalcy returns we start to see some familiar things getting more ink in trucking. Inspection blitz, HOS news, and infrastructure have been making headlines.
It’s a tough business but owning your own truck can be a great move forward in your trucking career. Truck ownership has plenty of financial potential. Plus, there’s nothing like the freedom of entrepreneurship.