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Category Archives: trucking life

Improving Trucker “Gut Instinct”

Jun
22,
2016
1

Improving Trucker “Gut Instinct” Gut Instinct: Transform your life and health with the power of your gut So many drivers endure the numerous sacrifices of over the road trucking. Their lives include living for days, weeks, and sometimes months in … Continue reading

SBTC Challenges the NRA to Stand Up for Truckers’ Gun Rights

Oct
28,
2015
2

  Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB)October 26, 2015 SBTC Challenges the NRA to Stand Up for Truckers’ Gun Rights Small Business in Transportation Coalition Challenges the National Rifle Association to Protect and Promote Truckers’ Gun Rights The Chairman of the Small … Continue reading

Safety Fines Used to Track States’ Workplace Incidents

Sep
4,
2015
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Posted on August 27, 2015 by Rod Rehm   Safety Fines Used to Track States’ Workplace Incidents The U.S. Department of Labor Blog recently released a resource that encourages the continued discussion of workers’ compensation and safety in the workplace. … Continue reading

Truckers and their trucks – Instruments for suicide

Aug
21,
2015
1

One of the dark secrets that you may not hear about very often are the stories about the truckers and their trucks who have been the unfortunate chosen targets used as the means to end another ones life. As suicide … Continue reading

The Keys to Maximize Owner Operator Success and Profits

Jul
25,
2015
1

In an ideal world, carriers, shippers and freight brokers would all be working well together making sure that all are fairly compensated for the roles they play in moving freight across the country. Unfortunately that’s not what happens, and there … Continue reading

FMCSA NPR to amend certification of drivers using insulin: “sketchy” at best

Jun
4,
2015
3

  The FMCSA NPR to amend the certification of drivers using insulin: “sketchy” at best Originally posted By Randolph Rosarion M.D. on May 25, 2015 • ( 1 Comment ) There is a reason why the PDR (Physician Desk Reference) … Continue reading

Driver sees wages synonymous with trucking safety

May
30,
2015
1

By Allen Smith Low wages, driver shortage, high driver turnover, low retention, poor recruiting practices, cheap freight, working without pay, low hiring standards and unskilled labor are just a few of the phrases you will hear included in any discussion … Continue reading

Telemedicine offers truckers access to medical care 24/7

May
26,
2015
1

For many, the trucking lifestyle is difficult enough, but when a driver is faced with an illness or sickness on the road, the difficulties can become much more serious. I remember years back when I became extremely ill while miles … Continue reading

Information and Resource Hub now available for Trucking

May
17,
2015
1

We are at an age of information overload, we’ve been there for awhile, and it’s getting even greater.  With that said, is it really overload or is it information disorder, leading to confusion? Let’s face it, we can pretty much … Continue reading

Freedom Drivers Project Impacts Human Trafficking Crisis

Apr
23,
2015
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With yesterday’s passing of bill S. 178, known as The Justice for Victims of Human Trafficking Act of 2015, American society has taken one step closer to fighting such atrocities against humanity. Unanimously passing in the Senate by a vote … Continue reading

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