Category Archives: Truck Drivers

This week one of the biggest news stories is about a six-year-old boy named Stanley who applied for a model designing job at LegoLand.  The four-sentence handwritten application has been attracting international media attention. The letter proclaims his love for Lego’s and states that he is “the man [for] the job because I have lots Read More →

A long time ago (1999) in a land far away…a gentle farm dog burst in to the barn with a surprise for the farmer.  In his slobbery jowls rested an injured kitten.  The kitten was emaciated, its fur matted with dried blood.  We don’t know what happened to the kitten; perhaps it was the lone Read More →

A frequently talked about topic in any trucking company is the use and maintaining of Electronic Logs. The Electronic Logging Device Rules (or ELD) were introduced in 2015 by the DOT with a compliance deadline of December 18th 2017 to “help create a safer work environment for drivers, and make it easier, faster to accurately Read More →

Summer has officially started again folks and with that warm weather comes more and more people traveling on the highways and byways with the kick off vacation season. We find that a lot of time and attention is paid to how truck drivers should drive in the winter months, but there are also plenty of dangers in Read More →

Tis The Season… Happy Holidays Everyone!!! During the holidays we all get into that great spirit of community and giving that brings us all together as one and helps to remind us all to be thankful of the things that we have in our lives. We show thanks for our joys and our triumphs, for our comforts Read More →