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Sep
9

One of the most common accidents that truck drivers face is a rear-end crash. After all, rear-end crashes account for about one-third of all accidents.

Let’s face it, an accident behind the wheel of your […]

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    5 Ways Trucking Management Software Can Help Owner-Operators Save Money

Aug
26

Owner-operators have a lot to take care of—finding freight, day-to-day responsibilities,
tracking expenses, delivering invoices, and even driving a truck themselves. It
can be overwhelming, to say the least.

However, investing in trucking management
software is designed to […]

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    Smart Monitors vs. Traditional Mirrors – What’s Better for Truckers?

Aug
19

One thing that every trucker knows how to
do is use their mirrors. Mirrors are
crucial for safety, and every trucker needs to be an expert at using them.

However, technology is constantly
changing the way truckers are […]

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    7 Reasons Why All Owner Operators Should Track Their Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Aug
12

One of the key ways owner-operators
thrive is by setting and achieving goals. However, sometimes it’s difficult to
tell if you’re reaching specific goals.

That’s where key performance indicators
(KPIs) come in. A KPI is a way to […]

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    How Zero-Emission Refrigerated Grocery Deliveries Are Slowly Becoming a Reality

Aug
5

It’s no secret, trucks release a lot of emissions as they keep the
supply chain moving. However, as technology gets better, the reality of a
zero-emission Class 8 truck has gotten closer.

Now, the future may really […]

Jul
29

Emerging fleet technologies are disrupting the way that the transportation industry has done things for a long time. However, fleet technology isn’t all bad, and there are many advantages that fleet management technology can bring […]

Jul
22

Truck dispatchers are the backbone of the trucking industry. As you likely know, they coordinate your routes and are responsible for the goods you haul.

However, dispatchers are humans too, and they can sometimes make […]

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    How to Make Yourself More Valuable as an Independent Truck Driver

Jul
15

A professional independent truck driver has a lot more freedom than company drivers. However, that freedom comes at the cost of taking care of everything yourself.

On top of managing everything, you’ll need to get and retain […]

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    Financial Assistance for Independent Contractors, Small and Mid-Size Carriers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jul
8

COVID-19 has been tough on everybody and especially on those who are keeping the supply chain moving. Truckers across the nation who find themselves in a tight spot financially will be glad to know […]

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    7 Tips for Truckers Driving During the Operation Safe Driver Week

Jul
1

This year, the CVSA is having Operation Safe Driver Week from July 11-17. During Operation Safe Driver Week, law enforcement will be keeping a watchful eye for any risky driving behavior from truckers.

2021’s Operation Safe Driver […]