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Truck drivers are constantly leaving one trucking company for another, but why? Here are the 5 key reasons we’ve found, from higher pay to unkept promises.
To bring your operating costs way down – and get tons of extra benefits that you and your drivers will love – consider partnering with a larger trucking company as a freight agent.
Truck drivers are the nameless, faceless workers that keep the United States of America going. So, why do truck drivers have a bad reputation, and secondly, what can we do to fix it?
From June 4-6, 2019, truck drivers across the country will be subject to the 2019 Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) International Roadcheck, which is commonly referred to as the safety blitz. Each year, the CVSA publishes the focus of the blitz, and this year,...
In order to save you from getting burned by a bad lease-purchase agreement, I’ve come up with 7 of the most common things you should avoid in a lease-purchase contract.
Learn more about why becoming a truck driver is one of the best decisions this former policeman ever made.
I’m 62 years old and can leg press 585 pounds and bench press 300 pounds. I’m proof that you can be a truck driver and still be in great shape.
Whether you’re interested in the high earning potential or you want to experience the beauty of our country’s landscape (while getting paid), we have 13 reasons why you should consider getting your CDL (Commercial Driver’s License).
Starting January 1, 2019, drivers can earn an extra $1,000 per year in bonuses. For every quarter a driver meets the quarterly bonus eligibility requirements they will receive a bonus of $250.