There are few leaders in America - private or public - who don't have a vested interest in maintaining state and federal infrastructure.
One of the biggest long-term health risks for truckers is the fact that it's not always easy for them to get a good night's sleep.
One of the biggest challenges for any trucker - even with more healthy food options coming to rest stops nationwide - is eating right every day.
Spring is here and, in many parts of the country, it's a time when weather conditions can get bad in a hurry.
One of the biggest causes of traffic accidents these days is drivers checking their phones and otherwise not paying attention to the road.
There's a lot for new truckers to learn when they come into the industry, and old pros have more than enough wisdom to impart.
While many truckers are finally getting a bit of relief after a long, difficult winter of driving, they might not have as much respite as they would like.
Truckers likely know full well that it's not always easy to get a good, healthy meal two or three times a day without fail.
Generally speaking, truckers try to avoid driving over mountain roads when they can.
Professional truck drivers and transport companies alike have seen the regulations they have to follow change a lot over the past few years, and more changes seem to be coming all the time.
There are many reasons why truckers may prefer driving at night as opposed to during the day, not the least of which is that traffic tends to thin out when the sun goes down.
Spring is a time when many animals are just starting to become more active after a long winter, and that may pose a real problem for truckers.
The amount of money truckers spend on fuel alone every year stretches easily into the tens of thousands of dollars, and every little bit helps when it comes to cutting those expenses.
For experienced truck drivers, maintenance and inspections are a regular part of life that they've mostly mastered.
Every trucker likely knows full well just how invaluable their GPS has become.
For some time now, many people in the industry have heard a lot about the shortage of truckers available to freight companies and major retailers nationwide.
Truckers may have seen their salaries rise considerably in the past year or two, as demand for drivers only seems to be increasing.
Spring means truckers need to be aware of how changing weather will affect their ability to do their jobs safely and efficiently, starting now.
Just about any trucker can tell you that the biggest issue with eating right on the road is a lack of reasonable options.
It's no secret to anyone in the freight industry that plenty of trucking jobs are available, and the benefits for new hires are growing quickly.