Truckers with a BMI of 35 or more are being targeted in the 2012 Sleep Apnea witch hunt. Learn the symptoms, triggers, and who is behind the push for sleep apnea testing. Understand the money associated with sleep apnea and the potential risks for truck drivers.
This article follows one truck driver's experience with an overweight ticket. The driver was following instructions from their employer, but still received a fine. Learn about the unfairness associated with trucker regulations and what can be done to avoid overweight tickets.
Entering trucking in 2001, the author recounts the many changes and challenges they experienced as a driver. With truckers often facing difficult road conditions, conflicting rules, and even anti-truck sentiment, the author shares their experience and advice for those interested in entering trucking.
The FMCSA collects data in four areas to grade trucking companies with DOT numbers: Accident, Driver, Vehicle, and Safety Management. Law enforcement agencies monitor these statistics to identify those carriers with the most problems. Learn how to access this information and how it affects drivers here.
Learn the truth about life in the trucking industry from a 15-year truck driver's experiences. Find out what it's really like on the road, how to navigate through challenges, and the rewards of being a truck driver.
Part 7 of our series looks at the differences between driving for a dry van carrier and a tanker or flatbed carrier. Different job duties and lifestyle considerations need to be taken into account when deciding which type of trucking is best for you.
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