Monthly Archives: October 2017

FMCSA Flexible Sleeper Berth Pilot Program

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is currently seeking public comment on its proposed pilot program to make the sleeper berth provision more flexible within its hours-of-service rule for truckers. […]

By |October 25th, 2017|Truck driving|0 Comments

Sights to See: Northwest United States

Many times a drivers 34 hour reset period will happen when they are away from home, and though many choose to rest and relax, there are also many who venture into their current destination to sightsee. We want to make it easier to plan for these resets by sharing some sightseeing opportunities, but let’s face it there are thousands of places to go and just as many landmarks so we had to narrow it down to just the best of each region. […]

By |October 16th, 2017|Sightseeing, Truck driving|0 Comments

Benefits of Being a Truck Driver

Truck drivers transport goods across the country every day. The American economy is incredibly dependent on the trucking community to make timely and efficient deliveries to keep businesses and consumers buying and moving forward. Part of this is the reason truck driving is a well-respected profession and will continue to be for generations. Besides prestige, there are numerous other benefits to choosing the trucking life. […]

By |October 9th, 2017|CDL Training, Truck driving|0 Comments

Sights to See: Northeast United States Edition

A major benefit of living like a trucker is the mass opportunity to visit landmarks all across the country, giving themselves the immense opportunity to do some serious sightseeing that would make any traveler jealous! Sightseeing is a great way for drivers to spend their mandated breaks between long hours, haul layovers, or if they are suffering from any of the downsides of long-haul driving discussed in our previous blog, Long-Haul Driving Can be a Challenge. […]

By |October 2nd, 2017|Sightseeing, Truck driving|0 Comments