On the Fourth of July, many of us pause to give thanks for our nation’s independence. Sadly, it is also the most hazardous day to be on the road, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Here are driving tips to stay safe on the road this holiday.
We want to recognize our safest drivers that go above and beyond. Our new Driver Safety Recognition Program...
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Without drivers, essential goods wouldn't make it into our homes. At Centerline, we honor the amazing work these road heroes do each day. Thank you and Respect the Drive™
As summer comes to a close, children of all ages are returning to school. With more people driving on the interstates and more children walking on the side of the road, truck safety is critical.
We’re excited to announce our new program built just for our drivers called Respect the Drive™. This exciting initiative is to celebrate our amazing drivers and honoring the work they do.
Our drivers deserve recognition all year round, but to celebrate in style, we're taking over the month of September each year to recognize and reward not only Centerline Drivers, but all drivers.
Half of employees admit that finding and keeping some type of equilibrium between their job and home life is a struggle. What happens if the person who is grappling with this issue works as a driver?
We’re excited to announce our new program built just for our drivers called Respect the Drive™. Our employees wanted to honor our great drivers and the hard work they do in this tribute video.
At Centerline, our drivers are like our family and the focus of everything we do.We’re excited to announce our new program built just for our drivers called Respect the Drive™.
While truck drivers were recognized and celebrated as essential workers over the past year, the reality is that the driver shortage continues to affect the industry, so retention is vital to success
As a professional truck driver, you know that the summer heat presents an array of driving challenges—on your body and equipment. Stay cool in the summer heat with these tips.
We want to recognize our safest drivers that go above and beyond. Our new Driver Safety Recognition Program rewards drivers who make safety a priority. Our first round of winners are here!
Summer is finally upon us and it's going to be a busy one. Take the edge off construction, traffic and the heat with this driving mix.
June is National Safety Month and one way to promote safety among drivers is to celebrate safe driving. Centerline Drivers consistently promotes safety and compliance for its drivers and clients.
Here are distracted driving safety tips to help you stay focused on the road ahead and make you a safer driver.
38 million drivers are expected to take road trips this Memorial Day weekend. Before getting behind the wheel, get behind some safety tips from the people who know best: truck drivers. Safe travels.
Centerline Drivers State of Trucking survey shows drivers happy with roles, safety measures; employers worried about recruiting and hiring new drivers to take on expanding workload as economy reopens
Businesses continue to rely on truckers to get them their products and goods during the pandemic. What did all of this mean when it came time for the vaccine?
As a professional truck driver, you spend many hours alone in the cab of your truck, but there still are times when you will be at increased risk of exposure of COVID-19. Learn more.
For truck driving operations though, this means constantly playing catch up with the latest guidelines and news. We’ve gathered a quick guide of pandemic guidelines and general safety tips.
As a truck driver, there are quite a few things you can do to help lower these numbers and reduce your distractions while on the road for work. Here are a few to consider.
Truck drivers are a higher risk for back, shoulder and knee pain. But what causes each type of pain and, more importantly, how can you help ease it? We've gathered a few tips for truck drivers.