Lifestyle

Staying healthy and happy is critical to achieving success as a truck driver.

  • Surviving summer peak season

    Surviving summer peak season

    The busy season of summer is here. It is now the time of more construction, more traffic and more heat. As a driver, you need to make sure you are prepared. Use these tips to stay at your best

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  • 5 myths about being a truck driver

    5 myths about being a truck driver

    Truck drivers keep America moving. They are some of the hardest working people on the road but they are often misunderstood. Here are the top 5 biggest myths about being a truck driver.

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  • Importance of proper hydration for truck drivers

    Importance of proper hydration for truck drivers

    Drinking enough water is critical to both your mental and physical health as a truck driver. Learn how drinking more water can benefit your health and learn how to increase your water intake.

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  • Helping the Hungry

    Helping the Hungry

    As a tanker driver for Hawk Logistics and Centerline Drivers, Efosa Harry Ogiorio helps people keep roofs over their heads by transporting lime from a plant in Texas and hauling it.

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  • Do you have what it takes to be a mobile driver?

    Do you have what it takes to be a mobile driver?

    Do you love traveling but feel you can’t because of your work schedule? Do you want new and different routes? Then mobile driving is the perfect fit for you.

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  • 5 resolutions for truck drivers

    5 resolutions for truck drivers

    The new year is upon us. It’s a good time to reflect on the past year and set goals for the coming months. When goal setting, it’s better to make specific, attainable goals.

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  • Tips to reduce stress during the holidays

    Tips to reduce stress during the holidays

    The holidays are a joyous, but stressful, time of year. With personal obligations and increased holiday traffic, your stress level may be at an all time high. Here are some simple tips to cope.

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  • How to protect yourself from skin cancer as a truck driver

    How to protect yourself from skin cancer as a truck driver

    As a professional truck driver, you get a lot of sun exposure every day. It hits the left side of your face and body. Although glass does filter out harmful UVB rays, it cannot filter out UVA

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  • 7 healthy snack ideas for drivers to take on the road

    7 healthy snack ideas for drivers to take on the road

    Staying healthy on the road can be difficult. The choices are often gas stations or fast food restaurants, both filled with unhealthy landmines. Packing your own snacks is often the best option.

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  • 7 ways to reduce stress as a truck driver

    7 ways to reduce stress as a truck driver

    As you already know, stress is part of the job. Between traffic, tight deadlines and long hours of sitting, driving can be an incredibly taxing job. Learning how to cope with the built up stress that

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  • 5 tips to stay healthy during cold and flu season

    5 tips to stay healthy during cold and flu season

    With the impending cold and flu season just around the corner, it’s important to be vigilant about protecting yourself. Here are 5 tips to help reduce your chance of getting sick.

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  • Meditation for truck drivers: A simple way to reduce stress

    Meditation for truck drivers: A simple way to reduce stress

    It appears every time we turn around, the world has increased its pace by five-fold, placing more and more demands on our time. As a truck driver, you have the added stress of bad weather, traffic jam

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  • National Truck Driver Appreciation Week 20181:27

    National Truck Driver Appreciation Week 2018

    At Centerline, we're thankful for our drivers today and every day. Have you thanked a truck driver? Music Credits: Lights by Sappheiros https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusic Creative Commons — Attri

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