It takes some planning ahead to spoil your special someone. We’ve found a few unique ideas to say ‘I love You’ on or around Valentine's Day.
We’ve been in business for over 30 years and have just expanded our operations to a new, larger facility. Len Dubois Trucking has been growing at a steady rate for the past decade and we are always on the lookout for more professional company drivers to join our expanding fleet.
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.
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.
With over 30 years of success, Len Dubois Trucking is committed to helping Owner Operators build their business and maximize their earning potential!
Let’s start 2020 with a commitment to health & wellness – both mental and physical!
2019 was a busy year for all of us at Len Dubois Trucking! We moved to a bigger and better facility to support our growing fleet. We were awarded the Distinguished Member Award from the MTA. The new Canadian ELD rules came were announced and the new US ELD rules came into effect in November. It truly was a year of growth and change for us and we thank all of our wonderful staff, drivers, and partners for adapting and changing with us.