Truckers likely know the story with snacking on the road all too well: It's often unhealthy and leads to some serious health risks.
The truck driver shortage that continues to grab headlines across the country is becoming something of an international affair as well.
Truck drivers are among the professionals most likely to have trouble sleeping, for a litany of reasons.
For some time now, truck drivers have been concerned about relatively new regulations that limit the amount of time they are allowed to be on duty every day.
Hydration has become something of a buzzword, but that doesn't mean it's not incredibly important for people of all shapes and sizes.
While wages in the trucking industry are certainly on the rise, they're still not particularly close to what they were in the sector's heyday once you adjust for inflation.
The driver shortage has been grabbing headlines both within and outside the freight industry for years, and conditions only seem to be getting worse for companies looking to hire qualified haulers.
Many people have likely seen the news reports about how lifelong truckers can suffer from an affliction in which half of their face looks considerably older than the other.
With July nearly here, temperatures across the U.S. are soaring, and that increases risk on the road for drivers of all stripes.
There has been plenty of concern among truckers in recent years that emerging technology would impact the ways in which they do their jobs.
Much has been made in the trucking industry in the last few years about how difficult it has become to attract and retain qualified drivers.
Trucking is an industry that doesn't usually require a college degree to enter.
Much has been made in the freight industry about the ways in which truckers are receiving more frequent and larger pay raises than have been seen in years.
Many Americans may not understand the trucking industry as well as they think.
So far in 2019, the tornado season has been rather active, and it's still ongoing, with devastating storms touching down across the Midwest.
Most of the common rules of the road stay the same.
There is still a shortage of people coming into the sector simply because there are a lot of misconceptions about it.
Trucking is a highly competitive industry these days because freight companies often have lots of open jobs and relatively few drivers available to actually fill them.
Fitness is - and should be - a major concern in the trucking industry.
Freight companies are always trying to lure drivers these days, and bringing new people into the industry for the first time is vital.