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Your Guide to Applying for Your First Trucking Job

March 22nd, 2019 | Truck Driving

Once you finish truck driving school and earn your CDL, the next step is finding your first job behind the wheel. When you apply for your first trucking job, it’s easy to feel frustrated, because so many jobs seem to ask for experienced drivers to apply. Fortunately, there are things you can do to make more »

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Trucking with Your Dog:

Quick Tips for Trucking With Your Dog

March 8th, 2019 | Truck Driving

Long-haul trucking can be lonely sometimes. There are long days spent behind the wheel, away from family and friends, with just you and the road. Of course, it doesn’t have to be that way, if you bring your dog along with you. Dogs can be great companions for truckers, and with a little planning, your more »

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Common Questions About FMCSA’s Cellphone Rules

February 22nd, 2019 | Truck Driving

Just as most communities are enacting laws preventing people from texting while driving and otherwise using their phones while behind the wheel, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, or FMSCA, has rules that commercial drivers must follow. When you become a truck driver, understanding these rules is essential both for safety reasons and to prevent more »

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Truck Stops You’ll Want to Mark on Your Map

December 28th, 2018 | On The Road, Truck Driving

A typical truck stop has everything you need for life on the road. You’ll find fuel pumps, dining options, a convenience store, and showers. But some truck stops exceed expectations with incredible amenities like movie theaters and fitness centers. When you graduate from CDL school and land a job with a carrier, you can look more »

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Healthy Coffee Alternatives to Sip on the Road

December 14th, 2018 | Truck Driver Health

Truckers who are new to life on the road often try to avoid drinking too many beverages, since it will inevitably lead to the need to pull over for a rest stop. But experienced truckers know that dehydration equals fatigue and drowsiness, and that can be disastrous when you’re driving a semi. Besides coffee and more »

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Meet Some of the Most Influential Women in Trucking

November 23rd, 2018 | Truck Driving

The trucking industry has historically been dominated by male drivers and managers. But increasingly, women have been making their own mark on the transportation industry. These days, there are more female drivers, transportation managers, and trucking company executives and owners than ever. Here’s a quick look at some of the most influential women in trucking. more »

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How ELDs Make Life Easier for Truckers

November 9th, 2018 | Truck Driving

The electronic logging device (ELD) mandate is one of the latest changes in the world of trucking regulations. This mandate is now in effect, which means all truckers must keep an ELD in their cabs to track their driving time. While news of the ELD mandate has been met with a mixed reception, truckers have more »

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