There are two different schools of thought about how truckers should handle driving at night.
As you likely know full well, truck drivers face a lot of risks in the course of their daily work, and some of those hazards can result in injuries both small and large.
These days, just about everyone seems to be feeling a little more stress in their daily lives, and that might be particularly true for truckers.
One of the biggest challenges truckers face as they traverse the nation's highways and byways is that they simply don't always have the best options for eating healthy.
Being a trucker isn't always easy, between many hours at a time spent behind the wheel - always attentive - and long stretches away from home.
A trucker's work is seemingly never done.
More often than not, a trucker's life is lived on the road, and that means they likely have to have a stockpile of supplies for just about any situation.
In recent years, dash cam footage has become a popular genre of video online, often because they show drivers behaving dangerously or isolate amusing instances of roadway mishaps.
At this point, just about everyone has heard that it's important to hydrate.
One of the most dangerous things for any driver to do, let alone someone who's behind the wheel of a tractor trailer, is operate a vehicle while growing increasingly fatigued.
Truckers have a lot of things to worry about in their daily jobs, and they may not put much thought into the risks they face online, given how much of their work is done in the real world.
Truckers have a lot on their plates as they navigate the nation's highways and byways week after week, and there are a lot of distractions to worry about.
As a professional trucker, you may often feel as though you are crunched for time and under a lot of pressure to get everything done.
Being a professional truck driver means you have been one of the workers on the front lines of the pandemic over the past several months, and unfortunately there is no end in sight for this emergency.
A life on the road isn't always easy, and one of the biggest challenges truckers may face on a daily basis is finding a safe, convenient spot to park in.
Any experienced trucker knows the importance of making sure their tractor trailers are in good shape before hitting the road.
Let's face it: Truckers have a lot of time to fill in the day, whether they're sitting in traffic, cruising the open road or just waiting for their trailer to be loaded or unloaded.
As mentioned in one of our recent blog posts, truckers would generally be wise to be more conscious of the effects of the summer sun.
Trucking isn't an easy job even in the best of times, but it can be trickier now, because many people may see summer as the perfect season to hit the road.
Truckers are always on the lookout for ways they can be more comfortable on the job, and one of the easiest ways to do so is by keeping their cabs' interiors clean.