While it is seen as a masculine profession, times are changing and more women are becoming truck drivers.
There are some things you can certainly expect to experience during your first year as a truck driver.
The American Trucking Association reported that for the month of August, the seasonally-adjusted for-hire truck tonnage index was up 7.1 percent.
So many factors of a truck driver’s job take control right from their hands, and meditation is one way that they can relax and feel more present.
Together, truck drivers and the government can become more vigilant in identifying and reporting on those responsible for the reprehensible practice of human trafficking.
Essentially, everyone needs to chill out, but people find it difficult to do so.
The industry should try to attract more women and minorities to the profession.
In times of crisis, truckers can be called upon to take goods to high need areas.
Many truckers are smokers, and industry professionals have given their support to programs that can encourage people to kick the habit.
Developers have created apps for just about every occasion or need under the sun, and many of these apps cater directly to truck drivers and their lives on the road.
National Truck Driving Appreciation Week runs from September 10 to 16 this year, and truckers can use the week to tend to their health.
Smartphones are ubiquitous, and apps can prove helpful to truckers.
Many truck drivers spend long hours on the road, and radio provides a great source of entertainment.
Many truck drivers are trying to stay healthy, but this can be hard at lunch time. Here are some tips to grab a more nutritious middle-of-the-day meal.
Truck drivers can stay fit: one athlete is focused on truckers' health.
There are a few ways to entertain yourself while out on the road. And no, they don't involve anything unsafe!
The solar eclipse occurs across the U.S. on August 21. Here's what truck drivers need to know.
How to feel more productive, neat and organized while on the road.
Truck driving can be a rewarding and exciting second career.
Trucking companies seek ways to bring more young people to the profession.