Ensuring your freight company is able to attract and retain talent in a highly competitive market is key to long-term success, and you may quickly find that doing so isn't just about dollars and cents.
For truckers, your tires are literally where the rubber meets the road, and if you're not doing all you can to keep those components in good shape, you may be putting yourself at risk.
Trucking is a job that naturally brings with it a lot of snacking.
The global concerns over the effects of the coronavirus continue to spread, and more companies are putting plans in place to make sure they can adequately handle the issue.
Being a professional truck driver isn't always easy, as there are numerous issues that come with a life on the road.
Across the country, state agencies tasked with keeping their highways and byways in good shape are seeing budgets squeezed, making it more difficult for them to do their jobs.
Spring cleaning isn't just for your house.
Any trucker can tell you that it's not always easy to both eat healthy and save money when you're spending days or more at a time on the road.
With February winding down, the arrival of spring across the country is now just weeks away.
As a professional trucker, you know better than anyone that the driver's seat has to be perfectly comfortable and built to last.
Even if you're new to the trucking industry, you probably know already that there are a lot of ins and outs to getting the job done right.
Being a truck driver isn't the easiest job in the world, and turnover rates make it clear that many companies have trouble retaining truckers on an ongoing basis.
Based on their own experiences, many truckers will tell you all about how difficult it can be to get a good night's sleep on the road.
When you live a life on the road, there's plenty to keep track of.
Refueling your tractor trailer can be costly - and not just in terms of how much you have to pay for a couple tanks' worth of diesel.
Truckers have a limited amount of space in their vehicles where they can store everything they need for a life on the road, and as a result, clutter can quickly become a major issue for many drivers.
One of the biggest concerns truckers should have as they navigate the nation's highways and byways is the safety of themselves and others.
Being a professional truck driver is a job that requires a lot of sitting, and that's not always conducive to good health - especially when it's paired with a truck-stop diet.
One of the biggest complaints many truckers have is that it's difficult to get a good night's sleep on the road.
Any trucker knows one of the most basic truths about a life on the road: It's not always easy to eat healthy.