CAREER TRAINING RESOURCES
Helpful Information About Truck Driving Careers
Check out this selection of articles below to learn more about career choices and how to prepare for in-demand job opportunities.
Trucking needs YOU
Updated March 2022 Our nation depends on the trucking industry. Many long-haul drivers will be retiring or simply leaving for new careers in the next few years. While automated vehicles will help fill the gaps in some areas, they won’t solve the problem. We desperately need drivers in the trucking industry; will you answer the call? According […]
Why having a Physical done is crucial for Drivers
Congrats! You have joined drivers across the country who have found their calling in the trucking industry. You passed your training and the driving test, so you’re all set, right? Not exactly. There are still a few things you need to see to before you get in the driver’s seat of a commercial vehicle. One […]
Signs That Your School Might Not be Right for You
A career in truck driving can be a great move — but only if you go to the right truck driving school. Unfortunately, there are many schools out there that take advantage of their students, charge ridiculous fees, have terrible retention rates, and don’t set their students out on a path to success. Here’s how […]
Top Places to Visit in the Southeast
Did you know that the Southeast United States, also known as the Deep South, hosts some of the most historic cities and landmarks in the nation? The next time your route takes you down south, make sure you swing by these beautiful landmarks!
Top picks for most Helpful Mobile App
The trucking industry is becoming more and more technical. We’re not just talking about automated trucking. Truck drivers rely on their smartphones and mobile apps to help them plan routes, log miles and find a place to sleep. Here are some mobile apps that will make your life on the road a little easier.
How to travel with your pets safely!
If you love your dog, traveling with your furry friend may seem like a dream come true. There are a few things you should know before you and your pup hit the open road.