We extend our thank you to our drivers and owner operators for your hard work, dedication, and sacrifices to get the job done safely. This year has been extra challenging for the trucking industry and have kept store selves stocked through challenging conditions.
Myths that some of us in trucking believe have unfortunate consequences and achieve the exact opposite of what we’d like to happen. Some trucking myths will cost money when we act on unfounded beliefs. Some misconceptions lead to significant safety hazards.
With it being so busy you might have missed some interesting industry news. So, grab a cup of coffee and catch up on what's happening in trucking.
Life on the road can also lead to poor health choices. Eating fast food or truck stop food every day will add inches to your waistline and put you at risk for diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic conditions.
Even the best, most upkept equipment that goes through regular maintenance checks and routine daily inspections can break down – and it always seems to happen at the worst times, doesn’t it?
Usually, our bad are seemingly small actions taken or not taken. These are little compromises we make, usually when we are on a tight schedule or behind schedule. But small compromises on the following five things can cause plenty of trouble down the road.
Safety is top of mind throughout our operations. It's important to reduce risks everytime we can in an industry with lots of potential for dangerous accidents.
It’s easy to have a love-hate relationship with mountain driving. Most drivers love the beautiful scenery and the change from driving on a flat highway that looks the same mile after mile. It’s also kind of nice to hit flat topography after several straight days in the mountains.
Is been super busy in these parts but we've still been able to keep up with some important trucking news. Let's see what you might have missed in recent industry news.
To be honest, most of the skills truck drivers learn is learned on the job. That first year as a truck driver is tough as you really find out quickly how much more there is to being a truck driver other than driving.