Thursday, January 21 2021 18:47

Driver Spotlight - Mark Ballew

Mr. Ballew started his truck driving career a bit different than from our other drivers, he actually made his transition from the music industry. It was easy for him to transition from music to driving because he was used to the touring lifestyle. He may not be in the studio recording, but I guarantee you he is in his truck jamming out. Even though he enjoys the freedom he receives from trucking and being able to see new scenery every day, trucking is not always as charming as it seems. Mr. Ballew has to experience bad drivers, traffic, and winter…
Thursday, January 21 2021 17:19

Driving in Winter

Driving in the northern states can be a frustration in the winter months.  Here are some tips to make it easier
Thursday, December 10 2020 14:40

Life On The Road Doesn't Need To Be Unhealthy

Whether you are a trucker or a traveling salesperson, life working on the road can be tough. There are deadlines to meet, you need to be constantly alert, and there's a lot to do in a short space of time. But there's another unseen risk to this way of working. Sitting for long periods of time is now a big health risk along with being overweight and smoking. It is connected to developing diabetes and other medical conditions. So, staying healthier on the road has never been more important. Here's how you can include healthy habits into your working day.
Employee retention is difficult in a number of fields and trucking is no exception. Many smaller trucking companies have a turnover rate above 80%, and this number increases with larger businesses that hire more truck drivers, peaking with a historic streak of over 100% in 2015. This is certainly problematic, as high turnover is usually indicative of serious problems in any industry and it tends to cost businesses more than having a stable roster of employees over time. There are a number of complex factors working together that have caused this problem, but most are related to the lack of opportunity,…
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