Thursday, March 26 2015 00:00

Team Truck Driving Career

  Are you considering team truck driving as a career? Whether you’re new to truck driving or you’re an experienced individual driver, there are many things to consider. For those who are unfamiliar, team driving is a term for when two people take turns driving and managing a shipment. This career is very popular for couples who work in the logistics industry. Here are some benefits that we see in our truck driving teams at Bancroft & Sons! Working as a truck driving team means that you’ll be able to cover more miles. This usually means being assigned routes of…
Tuesday, October 08 2013 00:00

9 Winter Driving Tips for Truckers

There are no secrets when it comes to winter driving. If there’s ice on the road, it’s dangerous. The big truck flying past you at 55 mph when everyone else is crawling along at 15 or 20 mph doesn’t have the inside track on the winter roadways. You’re liable to see him in the median a few miles up the road. If you’re driving on ice, you won’t know it until you need to stop. It doesn’t matter if you’re in a sedan, a 4-wheel drive or a big rig: brakes are the great equalizer.  Here are the 9 tips:
Tuesday, October 08 2013 00:00

Pass or Stop? - Weighing Stations

Most states collect taxes based on the weight ­of transported goods. Truck weigh stations are­ used for these ta­x purposes as well as to monitor the weight of a truck to ensure that it falls within the safety guidelines that each state has in place for its road system.  Whether or not you need to stop at a weigh station is going to depend on the laws of the state you are passing through.  As you map your route, check the laws of the states to make sure you comply with their rules.
Tuesday, October 08 2013 00:00

Safety Tips for Bad Weather Driving

During our years as professional drivers,we've driven through all types of bad weather and learned a lot about staying safe. We’d like to share some of our tips to help you stay safe. You may have heard many of these tips before, but when it comes to safety, a few reminders can't hurt. 
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