Make A Living Out of A Trucking Job

February 8, 2016

A trucking job is a job like any other and you need to consider some factors before committing yourself to it. The role of truck drivers is transporting business by way of wheels all over the country. Majority of them are usually away for two or three weeks. What makes it so different from a […]


CDL Truck Driving Courses Have Great Benefits

February 1, 2016

With the industry having the shortage of CDL drivers many people are enrolling to truck driving courses to take the opportunity of the large number of CDL jobs available. They are also discovering the benefits of being a truck driver including: Opportunity to travel
 – This one of the best benefits of being a truck […]


Trucking Jobs Get Rise From Lower Fuel Costs

January 25, 2016

Because of an increased production, especially in the United States, and lowered demand, oil prices have gone down from July 2014’s $109 to below $50 in 2016. It has since gone up slightly but that surprising drop has affected carriers of all kinds all over the country. Airlines, standing to gain the most from this […]


The End of An Era in Truck Driver Jobs

January 18, 2016

Ever since the Eastern and Western coasts were united by a highway system, American suppliers have depended on trucks to deliver their goods. During the late 60’s and all through the 70’s, an entire subculture was born out of the trucking industry. Singers like Red Sovine romanticized the “big rigs” while crooners like Willie Nelson […]


New Trucking Regulations in Truck Jobs

January 11, 2016

In an effort to stem the tide of accidents that has washed off the lives and property of many people on our roads, new trucking regulations have been introduced in the commercial truck sector. Although some drivers have expressed fears that the new measures could hurt consumers and truck jobs, the administration and other factions […]


Deadline for Electronic Logging Devices in Truck Driving Jobs

January 5, 2016

Following the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recent announcement of the adoption of the Final Rule that requires the use of electronic logging devices or ELD, trucking and bus companies have two years to implement this federal rule. The compliance date that takes effect on December 18, 2017, will not […]