If you are a trucker, owner-operator, working in the trucking industry or simply a fen of trucks – then this Tuesday you are in for a treat. Namely, the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis. Centered around displaying big vehicles for any big job, the show will present a large variety of dump trucks, cement trucks, utility trucks, car haulers etc.
The sad truth is that many truck accidents result in serious injuries. No matter how skillful driver you are, there is no guarantee that you will avoid accidents with your truck. It can happen to anyone. So it’s important to be prepared for after crash. Here is the most important things you need to know in case of truck accident.
Being an owner-operator has its pros and cons, but most owner-operators who’ve worked the job long enough start to think about their own trucking company. They know they are ready for the next step in their career, they know the industry in and out and they know they can give customers high or even highER-quality service. If you are one of those owner-operators with a dream and a vision, and you are wondering what is the next step in starting a trucking company – we may have some tips for you, so read on and thank us later.
There are a lot of stereotypes surrounding truck drivers. But in reality, these drivers are just like you and me – they are hard workers with families, friends, pets and hobbies. They are amazing people that do great things every day, but when it comes down to it – they’re just trying to make their way in life. We will deal with the most common trucker stereotypes and try to disprove them.
Being on the road for the better part of the day is an exhausting thing. And when you are a professional trucker, this exhausting thing is mostly what you do. So in order to stay on top of his game, every truck driver needs to stay healthy and eat good. Yes, there are many truck stops down the road, but when you are trying to stay on schedule, sometimes one tends to snack while driving.