Truckers will typically have to spend at least some of their work week at a loading dock, whether they are the ones doing the loading and unloading, or other people are doing it for them.
Even though it's still only October, there are some parts of the country where the weather is starting to dip below freezing overnight.
A trucker's job is never easy, even when things are going smoothly, and as such this can be a job that comes with its fair share of stress.
A trucker's life will take you through just about every possible driving condition you can conceive of.
Truckers love to talk about the rules of the road, largely because those are the strictures by which they conduct business and generally live their lives on a daily basis.
Let's face it, truck drivers don't have a lot of space in their cabs to store everything they might need on the road, and that can lead to a lot of clutter.
The life of a trucker is hardly easy, and if you're new to the game, it can be a little daunting to get into the swing of things.
Fall is officially here and across the U.S. — and northern states in particular — trees are shedding their leaves ahead of winter.
Truckers spend a lot of money on fuel over the course of the year, but perhaps more importantly for most, they also spend a lot of time filling their tanks.
A lot of people across the country could probably stand to shed a few pounds, and truckers certainly fall into that category.
The life of a trucker is seemingly always busy, with a lot of hustle and bustle involved in driving from Point A to Points B, C, D and beyond.
If you work in management or as a dispatcher for a trucking company, you know full well just how valuable communication with your drivers is on an ongoing basis.
As a trucker, you travel all over this country — and even across borders — with your important devices like a smartphone or laptop in tow.
As a trucker, you should always have an emergency kit somewhere in your cab, because you never know when problems big or small will arise — and you need to be adequately prepared.
Every single day, truckers are likely to pass by a lot of places where the food tastes great, but it certainly isn't all that healthy.
The life of a trucker isn't easy, with long hours behind the wheel of a big rig and days at a time spent away from home, but there are plenty of ways to get enjoyment and fulfillment on the job.
Truckers tend to be pretty tough, but this is a job that brings with it a lot of natural injury risk as well.
It's nearly autumn, and that means the sweltering temperatures that come with the dog days of summer are largely behind us.
A truck stop can be a pro driver's best friend, an oasis in the middle of a thousand-mile trip that takes dedication and diligence every step of the way.
As a trucker, you will cover tens of thousands of miles or more in a year, stopping at countless locations as you crisscross the country.