March 2015 Newsletter

by Austin Haskew on March 11, 2015

You guessed it, it’s time for this month’s newsletter.  Whether you have spring break approaching or not, make sure to take a little time for yourself.  We know you work hard on the road week after week, and we appreciate all you do.

We hope you enjoy this month’s articles, and as always, be sure to leave us comments.  Also, if you’re going to be at this year’s MATS, please stop by our booth (#69041) and say hello.

Have a great month on the road, and we hope to see some of you at MATS.

Reducing Stress

by Terri Jenkins-Brady March 11, 2015

You can’t very easily practice yoga while driving. But you can use some simple stress-reducing exercises to help you have a better day, even with too much traffic, construction zone overload, or misplaced paperwork that re-surfaced – after your delivery. Here are some tips: One way to relax a little and let loose some of […]

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Trucking Job Search: Investigation – Most Important Questions

by Timothy Brady March 11, 2015

Last month I discussed choosing which carrier to go with carefully and with forethought. That begins with your initial contact at a prospective carrier and the first eight questions you ask their representative. These eight questions are your major concerns; the things you just can’t live without, those items which are the most important as […]

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Tech4Trucks – Get the Picture? 10-4

by Tom Kelley March 11, 2015

Earlier this year, the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) once again featured several new video devices amongst the acres of other new gadgets and gear. While video gear might not have been very newsworthy for truckers just 5-10 years ago, it’s as common in truck cabs today as CB radios were 20 years ago. Although […]

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Keeping Track

by Terri Jenkins-Brady March 11, 2015

Enough storage space is definitely at a premium, and certainly so aboard a truck. Sometimes keeping track of things like receipts and check stubs seems impossible. Even when you don’t drive the same truck cab day after day, you still need to hang onto fuel receipts and paperwork from the office. (A truck will always […]

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Resetting Your Circadian Clock

by Ernest Sharpe March 11, 2015

Ernie-Earl here, T-Dawg’s better educated, Volvo-driving cousin, sitting at the third table from the door at the local Starbuck’s, sipping a mocha latté and wearing a Peterbilt cap with a quilted goose-down vest so the girls will think I’m a trucker. We all know sleep is an issue for truckers. The new Hours of Service […]

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Thank you for reading our March 2015 Newsletter! We look forward to seeing your comments. Don’t forget to keep checking EveryTruckJob as we updated our design. For more news on the trucking industry, you can check our Trucking Blog. Be looking for even more advancements coming soon!