Essential Apps for Truck Drivers

April 6th, 2018 | Blog

Driving a truck for a living isn’t always easy, but there are a couple of apps that can make the job easier. It’s nice to have all the help you can get when you’re on the road for days at a time, and these apps will take some of the load off. Keep reading and more »

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Your Crash Course in Trucker Lingo

March 23rd, 2018 | Blog

The trucking industry lingo isn’t always so intuitive, so you should know what it all means before you enter your first job. Knowing terms like CDL, brake check, and even the more obscure alligator will ensure that you have an easier time on the road. Keep reading for your crash course in trucker lingo. CDL more »

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Famous Fast Food: Regional Specialties You’ll Taste on the Road

March 9th, 2018 | Blog

Part of the fun of being a commercial driver is experiencing what life is like for people in other parts of the country, and new cuisine is something you can experience without even knowing anyone in the area. You’ll find different types of pizza in different areas, and you might enjoy coastal areas’ phenomenal seafood more »

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Regional Slang to Know When You Travel for a Living

February 23rd, 2018 | Blog

A career as a truck driver can take you just about anywhere, and there’s plenty of truck-related lingo you need to learn to communicate effectively on the road. However, there is also some interesting verbiage that people use in exclusive parts of the USA that might throw you off. Here’s a look at some regional more »

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Questions to Ask During a Trucking School Open House

February 9th, 2018 | Blog

The best way to get to know what a trucking school is all about is to visit an open house and take the full tour. Find out exactly how the school will help you not only get your career started, but help you advance it in the future as well. And since you’re already at more »

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Ways to Keep Your Caffeine Consumption in Check on the Road

January 26th, 2018 | Blog

Drivers spend long hours on the road every day, and sometimes they look to beverages like coffee and energy drinks for a little boost. Workers in all industries rely on these crutches to keep themselves alert and awake, but the crash can be especially dangerous for commercial drivers. Here are some ways to keep your more »

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A Look at the Future of the Trucking Industry

January 12th, 2018 | Blog

Trade jobs can be lucrative and fulfilling, and there are plenty of opportunities available. The trucking industry has been doing a great job of accepting new, up and coming drivers to work their way up the ranks and eventually lead the charge. Keep reading for a look at the future of the trucking industry. Advanced more »

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Signs that You’re Ready for a New Career

December 29th, 2017 | Blog

Some people stay at their jobs because they love what they do, while others stay just because the prospect of finding a new career is too daunting. If you’re getting tired of the same old grind, stuck in the same position for years, or just plain old sick of going to work, it might be more »

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Great Audiobooks for Your Next Long-Haul Drive

December 22nd, 2017 | Blog

Commercial drivers spend many hours on the road, and as such, boredom and fatigue are real threats that drivers must worry about. Sleeping well, eating properly, and exercising can help you stay in shape and alert, but it’s nice to have something to keep your attention on while you drive. Keep reading for examples of more »

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Exploring Your Options After Exiting the Military

November 24th, 2017 | Blog

Even if you haven’t been in the military for a long time, you might feel a bit different when you come home. You’ll have to reintegrate into civilian society, and part of that means finding a fulfilling job. For many veterans, this means earning a commercial driver’s license and looking for a job as a more »

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