Truck drivers often have a tough time dealing with dispatch because of misunderstandings. But for new truck drivers it can be even tougher to handle.
Truck drivers, to me, deserve more because I’m watching them make it all happen every day. Better pay and better treatment from trucking companies.
There’s a comfort in knowing that all is ok while being in the same room with the one you love in total silence. Never forget how lucky you are.
Camaraderie among truck drivers used to be a sacred thing. Understood and appreciated, lived by and upheld. But now, it just doesn't seem the same.
Being in a big rig is just as spiritual as being on the back of a Harley. But the thing that mystifies me the most is the “magic” of just being.
Truck stops are a trucker's haven, and it's nice to finally kick back and relax when you have the time. But not all are created equal, that's for sure
This story is based on my life, my emotions and my experience. I know there are “other halves” out there that will be able to relate.
This is a nice little poem by a truck driver's wife with an understanding and appreciation for truck drivers and all they go through.
After traveling with my husband in his big rig I noticed that there are a lot of things I'm concerned about, and this is a big one.
This story is dedicated to every long-haul truck driver out there. I am the wife of a long-haul driver, and there is so much I'd like to say.
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