It is only fitting that our last post of 2016 should reflect the year. It is great to see that so many of our popular articles are on safety and compliance. If you’ve already read these articles, thank-you. If you’ve missed them, here’s your chance to get caught up.

The Best Truck Drivers have Shifty Eyes:

Posted on January 6, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

Developing good habits early on is one way to help you become a better, safer truck driver. And while there are a lot of skills involved one of the more important . . . Read More

Working for the Right Company is up to You

Posted on February 12, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

Working for a good trucking company and working for a bad one has something in common – it’s on you, the driver. This is your career and you need . . . Read More

Keep Our Roadways Safe: Increase Your Following Distance

Posted on March 9, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

We’ve all been taught about safe following distances and yet tailgating is still among the top five causes of roadway accidents. Despite what you may believe . . . Read More

Good Practices to Help You Avoid Truck Stop Parking Accidents

Posted on April 6, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

At the end of a long day, all a driver wants to do is find a spot to park the truck. This is not always an easy task and when drivers are desperate for parking they may . . . Read More

For Your Sake & Ours – Eat Some Dang Breakfast, Driver

Posted on May 9, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

Maybe you’re not hungry in the morning, still, that’s no reason to skip breakfast. Not only is a good breakfast good for your health, more importantly . . . Read More

3 Great Trucker Apps That Are Not Truck Stop or Fuel Apps

Posted on June 24, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

There are plenty of mobile apps for truck parking, fuel, and navigation. Let’s look at some useful apps for trucking outside of the common apps everyone talks . . . Read More

Speeding in a Semi is Never a Good Idea

Posted on July 13, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

The point is other drivers’ speeding isn’t a good reason for you to speed too. A caravan of trucks offers little protection from a speeding . . . Read More

Increasing Roadway Safety: What is it Going to Take?

Posted on August 12, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

Despite decades of vehicle design improvements and traffic safety advancements, driving a car is one of the riskiest activities any of us undertake, yet we do it . . . Read More

Are You Looking Far Enough Ahead?

Posted on September 30, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

If you’re driving down the road, obviously your looking out the windshield, but are you looking far enough ahead? Looking ahead 12 to 15 seconds gives you a . . . Read More

Defensive Driving: Stay Alert and Assume Everyone Else is an Idiot

Posted on October 7, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

Defensive driving skills can help keep you safe and accident-free while on the roads. While many professional truck drivers have this skill, many of the motorists . . . Read More

Slow and Steady will Keep You on the Roads this Winter

Posted on November 9, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

There are millions of drivers out there who have never been in a winter accident. At the same time, there are millions who have. They drive in the same conditions . . . Read More

The Wake Up Call: a report on drowsy driving

Posted on December 14, 2016 by Len Dubois Trucking

Lack of sleep negatively impacts everyone’s performance. It slows our reaction times, impairs our judgment and reduces our situational . . . Read More

We’d like to thank the Len Dubois Trucking fleet for another successful and safe year. 2016 was a great year, and 2017 is only going to be better.