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Truck stops are great shelters for truck drivers who spend long hours on the road. There you can refuel, rest, and park the truck in a safe place.
However, not all truck stops are equally safe for yourself or your rig. Even at the safest truck stops, there is a risk of damaging your vehicle.
Every trucking company is looking for drivers who can do a lot of work safely and reliably. The more miles you drive, the more you will be paid. That’s a goal for every driver. Let’s dive a little deeper into this and talk about ideas on how to run greater miles.
Your exhaust parts have a very important role in the environment. Their job is to make toxic gases less harmful before they are released from your vehicle into the environment.
Set for Aug. 22-28, the week-long inspection period will focus on brake systems and components for four major reasons.
The first and most important topic in the truck driving industry is driver safety. It is also one of the biggest concerns. According to the World Health Organizaton, approximately 1.35 million people die each year in road accidents.
Being truck drivers, we spend most of our time driving. It’s engaging, but after some time, it becomes automated and boring. That’s why we made a list of the best apps that can keep your brain engaged and overall smarter while on the road.
Being a truck driver is not an easy profession. Long hours really exhaust the person and often make the person feel lonely, despite millions of truck drivers being out there on the road, trucking long hauls.
DOT Inspections are a part of truck driver’s everyday life on the road. You will hear frequently that a driver was pulled over for an inspection by a state trooper either on a weigh station, Port of Entry, or on the side of the road.
It may feel like we just had a Roadcheck, but it’s already time to mark your calendars for the next one. If you were one of the 1,128 truckers who were placed out of service for Hours Of Service (HOS) violations during Roadcheck 2020, don’t worry, you’ll get another shot.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has issued a winter storm emergency declaration that gives regulatory relief for motor carriers providing direct assistance to 33 states and the District of Columbia.