What to Look for in a Truck Stop
If you’re a truck driver, you have probably experienced that trucking is not just a job, but a lifestyle. Drivers encounter many unique situations while on the road, with loads they are hauling, and with customers. To effectively manage your days and achieve a positive outcome, you must have patience and skills.
Working in the trucking industry can be a rewarding career filled with many unique experiences and opportunities. However, not everyone is cut out for it. Whether working through challenges of road conditions, load issues, equipment, weather, or personal issues, having a great support network back home can make all the difference.
As we continue to adjust to the new normal, many of us aren’t quite ready for a traditional family vacation, but we still need time to disconnect and recharge. What better way to enjoy time with family than a staycation.
If you’ve decided to try your hand at growing your own vegetables, there are a few basic things you will want to consider.
If you have more desire to get into the holiday spirit this year, you're not alone. If you need a little inspiration, here are some tips that may stir up your creativity for the holidays:
When you are feeling stressed, taking some time off can be a great way to relax, wind down, and reset. Some folks wonder why a trucker would want to travel on vacation when they are routinely gone "seeing the country" as part of their job. Well the answer is clear—the commercial vehicle is simply not an RV. And when trucks are out running, there is barely enough time in a day to complete regularly dispatched loads, much less make time for scenic detours and vacations. In addition, sightseeing is not the same when your family or friends are not with you.

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