- Why Your Battery Has to Work Hard in Winter
Why Your Battery Has to Work Hard in Winter
- 5 Tips to Driving Your Big Rig in Snowy Weather
5 Tips to Driving Your Big Rig in Snowy Weather
- Truckers: How to Stay Safe Even In Dangerous Winter Weather
Truckers: How to Stay Safe Even In Dangerous Winter Weather
- Make a Trucker's Snow Emergency Travel Kit
Make a Trucker's Snow Emergency Travel Kit
- Spring Brings Deadly Driving Conditions
Perhaps the most horrific traffic accidents in recent history were attributed to poor visibility due to fog, smoke, or a mixture of the two.
- Trucking Jobs in Alaska
You think you have it bad with driving problems, how would you like to drive your truck on 414 miles of gravel road through ice and heavy snow? That is what happens if you haul your load on Alaska's Dalton Highway like Ice Road Truckers do.
- New York Law Targets Professional Drivers
Truckers have every reason to be concerned about a New York law proposal which will mean that police can pull over drivers, both truckers and motorists. The next time you are looking at a truck for sale, see if there is a defreezing or deicing option included for the whole rig! The proposals allow police to pull over any vehicle which has not been cleared of snow, ice or hail stones.
- Do's and Don'ts of Winter Driving
Winter driving conditions force all of use to change our way of driving – this applies to hardened veterans as well as newbie rookies suffering from white line fever. The recent spate of bad weather which has hit the North East is not the last we are going to be seeing, but the brutal tally of road deaths and injuries caused by the latest snow and ice storm should ram it home to everyone – driving in winter is dangerous and you need to gear up.