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.
We put some effort into sharing trucking news and creating useful blog posts about trucking. In case you missed it, here are a few articles from the past month that's worth a quick read.
Thank you to the dispatch team and logistics coordinators, the mechanics, the recruiters, the safety and compliance managers, the accountants and payroll clerks, the secretaries, and the warehouse personnel.
Janet and I thank you and your families for your hard work, dedication, and sacrifice. Trucking is a tough job and it is tough on families.
We haven't run a successful trucking company for over 30 years without the success of our owner-operators. We invest a lot in our partners' success!
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.
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.
We operate well-maintained late-model trucks and trailers at Len Dubois Trucking. Newer equipment and preventive maintenance are good for safety and good business.
Len Dubois Trucking is always on the lookout for great new drivers to join our fleet. We've just recently expanded our operations and have a great new facility with more room for more trucks. Now we're on the lookout for great company drivers and owner operators to expand our team. The first step in this [...]