Many people may not realize just how much time truckers spend doing something other than driving.
Truckers are seemingly always running on a tight schedule, and it's a constant challenge to balance the sheer amount of time it takes to get from Point A to Point B with their various deadlines.
Every company, in every industry, has a vested interest in making sure their employees are fully engaged with their jobs and the company's mission as a whole.
A life on the road can be rewarding, but it can also be trying, especially when it comes to your mental health.
Whether you're driving halfway across the country or just two states over, truckers face some unique issues during the winter that can make life a lot more difficult.
As a trucker, especially one who's currently driving in the midst of winter, you probably know all about the importance of having a fully stocked emergency kit, just in case something goes wrong.
As a trucker, your ability to get the job done right and on the expected schedule depends almost entirely on how well your big rig runs over a trip of potentially thousands of miles.
Especially when you are new to trucking, there are a lot of nuances of the job that go into getting from Point A to Point B successfully — and safely.
When you're a trucker, every minute counts.
A trucker's life is rarely easy, and that's true no matter how many miles they have under their belts as they criss-cross the country.
It's sad but true: Truckers are often not just affected by scammers hoping to rip them off, but specifically targeted.
A trucker's life on the road is filled with potential risks, and while it's often an overlooked issue, that certainly includes potentially being victimized by data theft.
Truckers don't exactly have it easy even when weather conditions are ideal, but the problems can mount quickly when temperatures start to dip and winter precipitation arrives.
Truckers have a lot to worry about when winter arrives.
As truckers traverse the nation's highways and byways throughout the winter, they will inevitably run into problem areas where the season's weather makes it harder to do their jobs.
There are plenty of reasons truckers should always strive to keep their tractor trailers' fuel consumption as efficient as possible.
One of the biggest issues many truckers run into over the course of a life on the road is that it often becomes all too easy to spend more than you realize.
Truckers have a lot on their plates at any given time, and probably the most important part of the job is being able to get from Point A to Point B in the right amount of time.
As a trucker, you face some unique risks as you traverse the nation's highways and byways, and that can be particularly true if you're in the northern parts of the country during January and February.
One of the most dangerous things truckers may have to do in the course of getting from Point A to Point B is pull over along the side of a highway or other busy road.