- Medical Providers for Trucker's 2 Year Physicals to Set Up Shop at Truckstops
With a trucker's schedule, finding time for your DOT physical can be tricky. You need to find a Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration–approved medical examiner every two years to maintain your CDL, and sometimes the two-year-deadline approaches when you're out on the road.
- Iowa 80 - the World's Largest Truckstop Stacks on the Amenities
If you are an over-the-road trucker, then I'm sure you've stayed in your share of motels, hotels and rooms along the way. It goes with the lifestyle, and that's part of why you do what you do. But if you ever get into Iowa and are driving down I-80, make sure to stop by the largest truck stop on the face of the planet.
- Fitness Guru Monitors Truckers Fitness for Prime Inc's Drivers
Most semi truck driver news involving health focuses on sleep issues, but truck driving can also take a toll on drivers' physical fitness as well. Drivers spend a good part of their workdays sitting behind the wheel, keeping irregular hours and relying on convenient fast food places for meals.
- On-the-Road Trucking Fitness Rules
Hey you – put down the jelly doughnut! Just because your office is mobile doesn't mean you can't stay fit! Shuck the excuses and stay in shape – on and off the road. Drop and give me seven!! Following these seven simple strategies can encourage great fitness results, despite all those long, sedentary motoring hours…
- 5 Healthy Alternatives to Caffeine
Over-the-road truckers spend long hours traversing and crisscrossing the highways and the byways of America. After endless hours of negotiating through city traffic or seeing the same stretch of pavement, drivers get weary. Add to the fatigue unexpected issues that mean driving longer to meet schedules and it's a situation where driving safety comes into play.
- Make a Trucker's Snow Emergency Travel Kit
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- 5 Healthy Habits for the OTR driver
Truckers have the propensity to lead one of the unhealthiest lifestyles in today's working class. The very nature of the drive is charming. It draws us to this business and at the same time it is what makes us overweight. Here are five tips on how to make better and healthier choices and at the same time enjoy the job that we love.
- Pork Rind Leader Says, "Thank You" To Truck Drivers
Rudolph Foods, the world's largest manufacturer of pork rinds, and ShurTech Brands, LLC., makers of Duck(R) brand duct tape, are preparing to celebrate National Truck Driver Appreciation (NTDA) Week September 16-22, 2012 with an eight-week campaign that begins July 2, and celebrates the spirit of the American truck driver.
- Trucking Company Roundup - DOT Foods
A Quick look at DOT Foods story of success. Robert Tracy started out in his home, delivering goods via station wagon. He then advanced to a pickup and finally was able to purchase a truck. He and his wife, Dorothy founded their company in 1960 and named it Associated Dairy Products.
- Atlas Van Lines Releases Driver Preferences
For the eighth year in a row, Atlas Van Lines has released results from its King of the Road survey. Although the results reflect the preferences of Atlas drivers, it can be concluded that many long-haul drivers have similar feelings when it comes to favored brands, ways to stay healthy, use of technology, and many other findings.
- For Truckers, Fast Food Doesn't Have to Be Only Choice
Truckers face many different challenges with their work, and one of the hardest to deal with is the need to eat out all the time. Truck stop restaurants are expensive to eat at two and three times a day, while fast food--which is growing more common in truck stops each year--is neither healthy nor satisfying on a daily basis, for weeks at a time.
- FEDERAL TAXES and O-T-R & O-O TRUCKERS DEDUCTIONS LIST
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- Slow Cooker Crock
A slow cooker crock from 12 Volt-Travel is the solution to eating healthy and hearty.
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