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5 of the strangest roads you can drive on

The easiest way to get from A to B is in a straight line. But no one wants to drive in a straight line all the time? We’d all be falling asleep at the wheel. Besides, straight lines are not always possible. As a result, it’s up to the world’s engineers to calculate the most efficient way to get between two points, navigating the rivers...

7 tips for winter driving

There’s a certain set of skills for driving a truck in good weather. Add snow, ice or other wintry conditions and that skillset goes up to a whole new level.

3 trends in trucking

To the untrained eye, the future of trucking is looking uncertain. Freight will always need to be transported from A to B. The question is whether that freight will continue to be transported by road – or more specifically, in trucks driven by humans.

6 tips for driving at night

Clear roads. Those two magic words that make any truck driver want to drive through the night.

Truck or treat: 3 of the most terrifying stories about haunted trucks

When it comes to haunted stories we are always up for a good dose of chills, especially if it’s about trucks and haunted roads. With Halloween passing by, we thought it might be interesting sharing some blood-curdling and frightening horror stories all about trucks.

7 most dangerous roads in Europe

When you drive for a living, routes can seem endlessly repetitive. That’s not great, but it’s a damn sight better than being faced with miles of dangerous roads.

4 (unfair) trucker stereotypes we can do without

Just like any industry, trucking has a diverse workforce. Truck drivers come from a variety of backgrounds, educations and ethnicities and are a mix of ages, genders and personalities.

Here’s what everyone should know about driving a truck

Driving a truck is one of the most amazing (and essential) jobs in the world. It’s the kind of job that no-one wants, but everyone wants. On one hand, we’re out on the open road without the constraints of 9-5 working hours. But that also means long periods of driving alone and a fairly sedentary lifestyle.

5 biggest concerns in trucking

Trucking industry challenges come in many forms. There’s the constantly fluctuating fuel costs, the need for quality customer service, and staying up-to-date with new regulations. I could go on... However, the key concerns faced by fleets have one thing in common – their drivers. Here are five of the most pressing issues in trucking today.

4 benefits of social media for truckers

Whatever your views on Facebook’s data privacy policy (or rather, lack of it), if you’re not already signed up to a social media platform, you may want to consider it. Here’s why...

4 ways to show truckers you care

It sounds too good to be true, but I think people might be grasping just how important driving a truck really is. Not only are there the hashtags such as #thankatrucker on Twitter and the ATA’s National Truck Driver Appreciation Week in September each year, but there’s also an underlying sense that people are beginning to get it.

5 tips for healthy eating on the road

When driving long distances, it’s easy to swing by a truck stop and grab a bite to eat. But while this may be convenient, the food you end up eating is often as pricey as it is unhealthy.

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