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Shortage on Household Goods Truck Drivers & Moving Owner-Operators

America is currently experiencing a significant shortage of truck drivers. Truck driving has become a pivotal part of everyday life, so this shortage has the power to negatively affect delivery of goods and the economy. Household goods truck drivers and moving owner-operators are vital to efficient and practical delivery of goods. According to an article Read More

Truck Driver Safety Checklist

Driving a semi-truck is a lot different that driving a car, and there are a lot of safety precautions that truck drivers should take. If you want to become a truck driver, you’ll need to learn how to stay safe on the road to protect yourself and others while driving. Here are a few simple Read More

Trucking with Pets

You may have heard about the truck driver who was recently reunited with his beloved cat. The driver was under the impression that the feline jumped out of the truck window while the driver was sleeping at a rest stop. After looking everywhere for his furry companion, the driver eventually had to leave his dear Read More

Truck Drivers Feel Freedom but Can Succumb to Loneliness

Trucker Loneliness Research shows that truck drivers are prone to feeling alone due to their job responsibilities. Truck driving requires little interaction with people, so some might say this is the job they’ve always dreamed of. Being able to work independently and not having to deal with anyone telling you what to do all day Read More

What to Know About the Safe Haven Rule for Truck Drivers

The Safe Haven parking rule applies to some trucks containing hazardous materials (hazmat). Hazardous materials include dangerous cargo such as explosive, poisonous or flammable materials. The Safe Havens are the acceptable areas where hazmat drivers can park and leave their vehicles unattended. It’s critical to follow the rules of attendance and surveillance of all trucks Read More