Monday, January 03 2022 23:08

Healthy Food Options Are Available to You

One of the biggest challenges of truck driving is eating healthy food on the road. After all, you don’t always have easy access to fresh, healthy food when you’re away from home and relying on truck stops so much. This common issue can lead to health problems that include obesity, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, and more. If you want to reduce your risk of these and other health concerns, take a look at these tips for eating healthy on the road.
These tips for winter driving safety may appear to be obvious and straightforward, but you’ll be safe if you follow them. Ultimately, you need to exercise some common sense and good judgment to ensure you have a safe journey whenever you hit the open road. As they say, your safety begins with you! Below are 10 driving tips that will help truck drivers in icy conditions stay safe on the road.
The average trucker in the United States travels 2,000-3,000 miles every single week. That's kind of like driving from New York City to Dallas, Texas — and back again. This often means long journeys with nothing but the open road and FM radio to keep you company. While we certainly don't advocate using your smartphone while driving, the apps on this list will make your next journey just that little bit smoother. 
Do you know someone who is a professional truck driver? It extremely likely you do; truck driving is currently America’s most common job, according to a recent study by National Public Radio. According to the study, truck driving has been so successful in America because it is impossible to automate or outsource! Even better, the industry is expected to grow in the coming years. Check out the following map, which shows the most popular career in each state. Bancroft and Sons is always looking for dependable, licensed team and solo truck drivers! We offer competitive truck driver salaries with great…
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