Around the holidays, there can be added challenges of more cars on the roads and potentially hazardous weather in some parts of the country.
Take some additional precautions and be ready for roads in colder weather.
Many truckers bring along spouses or significant others to share the experience and the driving.
If you follow these guidelines, you should make it through this season with minimal complications.
It is possible to save fuel - or at the very least, be more conservative to get more miles per gallon.
It does seem, however, that truckers are heeding safety warnings regarding seatbelts according to the most recent FMCSA statistics.
Many truckers, in fact, opt to be self-employed, rather than work for a larger company. There can be many perks associated with this decision, but working for oneself can also have many challenges.
A new app offers different ways for truckers to keep fit while presenting options for better meal choices.
Ford has created a baseball cap that can tell if a driver is safe and awake or at risk of nodding off.
Travel is a huge perk associated with becoming a truck driver.
Truckers tend to fall short on getting enough exercise into their day, but here's how you can become more active.
Mayor Bloomberg is proposing a ban on all deliveries in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan during peak traffic times, which happens to coincide with rush hour.
Eating while driving is not the safest thing to do, especially if you are a truck driver.
New recruits are eagerly anticipated as the country is experiencing a significant shortage of able workers according to a recently-released report by the American Trucking Association
It is important to get sufficient rest and operate your truck at the best of your ability.
Here are some of the more common circumstances individuals can expect on a typical day as a truck driver.
Not all truckers are thrilled about the changes to their logging practices and some even decided to protest.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently awarded funds to help states work with drivers to better prevent crashes on the road.
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.