Staying healthy on the road can be tough. With long hours, lack of exercise and eating meals away from home, it can be difficult to stay in shape and manage your stress. However, you can maintain a healthy lifestyle by watching what you eat and increasing your activity. It takes hard work, planning and discipline.
Audiobooks help pass the time as a truck driver by providing the opportunity to become engrossed in a great...
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What U.S.-based truck stops can help inspire this type of feeling in professional drivers? It depends on what you’re looking for. Here a few of the top truck stops in the country.
Part of being a responsible driver is making sure your truck is safe for the road. But one responsibility you may not be thinking about as a person who drives for a living is your eyesight.
As a drive you have the option of being a local route truck driver or a long haul one. If you’re not sure which option is best for you, here are seven benefits of staying local.
Audiobooks help pass the time as a truck driver by providing the opportunity to become engrossed in a great story. Here are the top audiobooks to listen to while driving.
It can be hard to stay healthy on the road. Luckily, we’ve made it easy with this wellness guide for truck drivers with tips on reducing stress, meditating, nutritious snacks and exercises.
There are a few exercises that are perfect for truck drivers that can benefit you while on the job. Here are five to consider, as well as the advantages they provide.
Weight loss is important for truck drivers to improve your health and safety on the road. If you’re a truck driver interested in losing a few excess pounds, here are a few tips that can help.
Podcasts help to keep your mind engaged while driving. Here, we provide some of the top podcasts to listen to when driving a truck, whether you want something industry-related or totally off-topic.
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?
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.
Foodshare and Centerline joined forces on drive-through food banks in Connecticut. From February 2020 through March 2021, they provided 6.7 million meals to 250,000 households.
Centerline's Sheila Castaneda overcame a life-threatening illness and continues to live in service to others.
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.
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...
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...
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. 1. All...
Drinking enough water is critical to both your mental and physical health as a truck driver. Although it can be tempting to not drink a lot of water in order to eliminate stops, the consequences...
The summer months are quickly approaching and based on your current location, you may already be experiencing the heat. However, just because snow storms and icy roads have diminished, doesn’t...
Extremely hot conditions during the summer months are not something to take lightly. Just like your trucks, your body can overheat. Without knowing the symptoms to watch for ultimately can put...
The issue of work-life balance continues to be the center of attention as more millennials enter the workforce. The transportation industry is no exception.