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Improve Motion, Relieve Stress With Proper Stretching

Sitting for prolonged periods behind the wheel or at a desk is bad for your health. Regular stretching can help improve flexibility, circulation, and ...

What Truck Drivers Need To Know About Germ Protection

Influenza (flu), COVID-19, and other contagious respiratory illnesses can be spread by coughing, sneezing, and talking. These illnesses can attack ...

Establish Career Paths To Retain Top Trucking Talent

Adapting to ever-changing business conditions is nothing new for motor carriers. Staffing, in particular, has been exceedingly difficult in recent ...

Proper Mirror Usage Reduces The Risk of Crashes

Mirrors are an essential piece of safety equipment. A skilled driver should know how to use mirrors to help manage the space around the truck and ...

Tips To Effective Truck Driver Coaching

Coaching and mentoring are two different approaches to improving human performance. A mentor is someone who shares their experiences and skills to ...

Tips To Avoid Spoilage Or Rejected Loads

Spoilage and rejected loads are potential risks when hauling refrigerated loads. Various factors can lead to a cargo loss if you are not careful. To ...

Tips To Help Avoid Jackknifes

There is an increased risk of jackknifes in winter due to icy roadways, but this type of loss-of-control crash can occur any time of the year. To ...

Hours of Service Exceptions During Adverse Conditions

Question:How does the hours-of-service (HOS) exception work during adverse driving conditions? Answer: According to Federal Motor Carrier Safety ...

Know the Defense Against Winter Weather Hazards

Winter can bring frigid temperatures and slippery conditions around the truck. The key to protecting yourself is to recognize the hazards that can ...

Assess Your Company's Culture With These Tools

Company culture plays a pivotal role in a motor carrier’s success. Culture impacts every facet of operations, from safety and compliance to hiring ...