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Truck driving isn't just for men.
Ready for your first year as a truck driver?
Truck driving tonnage was up in August, 2017
Truck drivers can take time for themselves and try meditation to relax
Truck drivers can learn to spot the signs of human trafficking
Truck drivers can feel stressed when stuck in traffic, among other situations
The truck driving industry can diversify
Truck drivers can help bring supplies to areas hit by natural disasters
Many truckers wish to kick the cigarette habit
Truck drivers may find some apps ease life on the road
Water is one way that truck drivers can be healthier while on the road.
Try using an app for information on docks, loading and unloading.
Public radio is popular with truck drivers, who might also want to record their own stories one day
Eating a healthier lunch is easy - even on the road. Just be mindful when selecting the meal.
A kettlebell can be easily stowed in a cab: truckers can stay fit by exercising in increments and intervals during the day.
Long drives can feel shorter with some interesting listening material.
Drive safely during August's solar eclipse
A few helpful tips can help you feel more refreshed on the road
Truck driving may prove to be a lucrative career choice.
Trucking companies want more young people to become truck drivers