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How One Woman Built a $400 Million Trucking Company

In the trucking world, women aren’t the forerunners. In fact, women make up 5.8 percent of 3.4 million truckers in the US as of 2015. This is up from 4.6 percent in 2010 according to the American Trucking Associations (ATA). …

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The Dream of a Trucks Only Highway System

When it comes to dangers on the job, truck drivers experience one danger that is out of their control. They are constantly at risk from the drivers around


Show Trucks: The Best of GATS

Truck shows bring out the beauty of the trucking industry. Whether you have yet to attend your first Great American Trucking Show,


The Best Truck Stops in South Dakota

Anyone who has driven through South Dakota will tell you. There isn’t much here. It’s one of the least populated states in the nation with fewer than 1


Truck Driver Training On Your Own

Getting into the truck driving industry begins with one three letter acronym—CDL. If you are going to be a trucker, you have to get your commercial driver’s license.


Trucking and Sleep Apnea

It's estimated that about 1 out of every 5 Americans have sleep apnea, a sleep disorder characterized by regular


Idling Versus Sleep Apnea Machines: The Power Struggle

Truck drivers with health problems tend to lose their CDL. As it goes, having a heart attack and dying behind the wheel of a multi-ton truck careening through


Confessions of a Truck Driver : Wild and Wacky Over the Road Experiences

A major draw for getting a career in truck driving is the thrill of the open road. Think about it. When you are an over the road truck


Top Trucking Trends for 2016

The trucking industry is shaping up to have a banner year in 2016. This is good news for the United States as a whole,


How To Really Prepare for a Life in Trucking

Making the career decision to be a truck driver requires you to dig deep, deeper than you would if working a normal-hours job. As an over the road