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Centerline Drivers will serve as the exclusive sponsor for the National Private Truck Council (NPTC)’s Driver Safety Letter beginning in January 2021
The reality is that numbers are spiking again and the potential for relief is still uncertain. With the holidays coming up, it is important to stay vigilant about protecting yourself from the virus.
This holiday season, show the truck driver in your life your love and appreciation with a gift picked out specifically with them and their lifestyle in mind.
Winter is coming, but the supply chain needs to keep moving. Products need to get to stores and medical supplies need to get to those who need them.
Watch our safety video with Coastal Pacific Food Distributors showing how to safely and effectively apply snow chains to truck tires. · Lay chains out next to tire and inspect for damage · Drape chai
‘Tis the season to be wary. From weathering snow, sleet, ice and wind to fighting holiday traffic and working longer hours, truck driving during the holiday season is anything but merry and bright.
You can reduce or prevent sprains and strains by following a simple 3-point rule when getting in or out of your truck.
With personal obligations and increased holiday traffic and deadlines, your stress level may be at an all time high. Some simple habits can help alleviate stress this holiday and beyond. Some simple
COVID-19 has put the phrase "cold and flu" on a new level entirely. Use these 5 tips to stay healthy during cold and flu season this year.
When the temperatures plunge and the snow starts falling, even the most experienced truck drivers can have a hard time. There are a few steps you can take to help you stay safe this winter.
The last few months have been very trying for drivers, but no matter what safety is always a priority. We chatted with Centerline's safety manager, Jim Ledbetter, about how drivers can stay safe.
Centerline’s Ira Knapp, a truck driver based in New Columbia, Pa., drives from Pennsylvania to New Jersey to help out with distribution at a food bank.
For truck drivers, who encounter dangerous road situations as a regular part of their job, staying safe adds another layer. This is particularly true when it comes to navigating busy construction zone
At Centerline, our business would not be possible without our drivers. As we look back on this past year, the “new norm” has become an environment of constant change. Yet, what hasn’t changed is the t
Here at Centerline, keeping our drivers safe is our number one priority. Use this quick checklist as a a tool to help your drivers double check their trucks to eliminate downtime and violations.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has approved changes to the hours of service (HOS) regulations. These changes improve driver flexibility while still promoting safety.
Sleep deprivation and fatigue has always been a hurdle for truck drivers. But not being alert as a driver can create a variety of problems. Not only are you at a higher risk of causing an...
There are many ways to prevent striking a fixed object when on the job. Eliminate your work tasks near fixed objects or avoiding installing fixed objects near paths of travel in the first place
Pallet injuries are very common in industrial and warehouse settings as people often do not store them correctly or use them as stepping stools. If you have a warehouse and store products on...
A 20-year veteran of non-profit work in the US and Nigeria, Efosa started Big and Caring Heart, a not-for-profit organization based in Dallas that aims to eradicate hunger and homelessness