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DOT physicals in the trucking industry

In the trucking industry, knowing if we have healthy employees on the road is a safety precaution we use to ensure that everyone is safe. With just 30 to 60 minutes of your time, it doesn’t take long for doctors to draw blood, take urine samples…
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Tips for truckers in Summer

During the Summer season, it’s up to truck drivers to pay attention to their surroundings and be prepared for anything that may come their way. That’s why it’s important you build on your basics skills and training to be more aware…
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How truckers can help stop Human Trafficking

With 40.3 million victims being effected by human trafficking globally, it’s up to people in the trucking community to stop trafficking for good. No matter where it’s happening, truck drivers have specific training that the everyday civilians…
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How to prevent accidents at your next stop

For most truck drivers, being safe on the road is such a priority that it’s easy to forget that accidents can happen off the road as well. Anytime a driver is rushing, not paying attention or being careless with safety precautions, this increases…

How to recognize hazards while trucking

Some drivers find it a challenge to manage the space around their truck when dealing with other vehicles weaving in and out of the truck’s blind spots, tailgaters, construction zones and traffic congestion. That’s why all drivers must…

What truck drivers need to know to stop Human Trafficking

Annually, there are 17,500 people who are being trafficked in the United States. Meanwhile, just this last year, there were 5,147 cases of human trafficking reported. Approximately, 2,250 of those reports were made by truck drivers! With these…