Archive for January, 2018

Guide to Keeping Your Truck Cab Clean

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018
Guide to Keeping Your Truck Cab Clean

You have a limited amount of space, and it can easily get messy fast. Keeping your truck cab clean can help to establish your status as a solid, professional driver.

As a trucker, you spend a significant amount of time in your truck. You have a limited amount of space, and it can easily get messy fast. Keeping your truck cab clean can help to establish your status as a solid, professional driver. A well-maintained truck can also have a higher resale value. So how do you keep your truck cab clean? Follow these tips! (more…)

The Truck Jackknife: What You Need to Know

Friday, January 19th, 2018
The Truck Jackknife: What You Need to Know

Winter’s frigid temperatures, slippery road conditions, and often-limited visibility create optimal jackknife conditions.

Winter’s frigid temperatures, slippery road conditions, and often-limited visibility create optimal jackknife conditions. Even the most experienced truckers are at risk unless they are careful. Jackknife consequences range from equipment damage to death. As a trucker, you should know as much as possible about how they happen to better prepare yourself to manage risks to you and the other drivers on the road. (more…)

Trucking Safely in the Wind and Snow

Friday, January 12th, 2018
Trucking Safely in the Wind and Snow

Combinations of wind and snow often make for some unsafe driving conditions.

In the winter, the weather tends to be quite windy. Depending on where you are, there may also be some snow in the forecast as well. Combinations of wind and snow often make for some unsafe driving conditions. You can do your part to make the roads a little bit safer this winter with these tips. (more…)

3 Ways to Beat Loneliness on the Road

Friday, January 5th, 2018
3 Ways to Beat Loneliness on the Road

Trucking is a useful and very rewarding career. Unfortunately, it can also be quite lonely.

Trucking is a useful and very rewarding career. Unfortunately, it can also be quite lonely. As a trucker, you spend the vast majority of your time on the road by yourself. If you’re not used to a solitary lifestyle, you may feel isolated and cut off from loved ones. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to beat these feelings of loneliness. (more…)