Archive for September, 2018

New Trucker: Preparing for Your First Day

Friday, September 28th, 2018
New Trucker: Preparing for Your First Day

The first day of a new job can be a little overwhelming, and trucking is no exception. Here are some tips to help you as you prepare for your first day as a trucker.

The first day of a new job can be a little overwhelming, and trucking is no exception. You have to adjust to the new team, learn logging procedures, familiarize yourself with new equipment, and all sorts of other things. As with everything else you do in your trucking career, preparation is key. Here are some tips to help you as you prepare for your first day as a trucker. (more…)

4 Helpful Tips for Caring for Your Mental Health

Friday, September 21st, 2018
4 Helpful Tips for Caring for Your Mental Health

Staying on schedule can be difficult due to the unpredictability of traffic and weather patterns, and planning is a huge help but even that only goes so far when it comes to mental health.

Trucking is a fulfilling and rewarding career, but like any other career, it can also be stressful at times. Staying on schedule can be difficult due to the unpredictability of traffic and weather patterns, and planning is a huge help but even that only goes so far. If you’re having trouble keeping your head in the game, here are some helpful tips to help you de-stress. (more…)

How to Excel in Your Trucking Career

Friday, September 14th, 2018
How to Excel in Your Trucking Career

Trucking can be an enjoyable and fulfilling career.

When you choose a profession to be your career, it’s only natural that you will want to excel at what you do. Trucking can be an enjoyable and fulfilling career. If you’d like to excel in your trucking career, follow these tips!   (more…)

Finding a Safe Place to Park Your Truck

Friday, September 7th, 2018
Finding a Safe Place to Park Your Truck

When you need to stop and rest during one of your trips, it’s essential that you find a safe place to park.

Parking is one of the most frustrating parts of driving any vehicle. Even so, it’s much easier to park a regular passenger car or truck than a rig with a 53-foot trailer on the back of it. When you need to stop and rest during one of your trips, it’s essential that you find a safe place to park. (more…)