Get the latest information road conditions, chaining requirements and parking at Colorado’s newest site for truck drivers.
This sweet 1953 Mack W71 comes to us from Dr. Bill Comcowich who restored it out of an old yard. Dr. Bill is a dentist from Aspen, Colorado who loves old trucks and restores them as a hobby. At CDL Life, we love our classic trucks. We’ve featured several from around North America. If you [...]
Get a closer look inside and out at this old lumber company chip hauler.
Where has common decency gone? What would you have done?
This rest area closed earlier than its projected closing. Find out which rest area has been shut down.
While Ben Nighthorse Campbell continued his drive to Washington D.C. hauling the Presidential Tree, he helped some community college students experience trucking.
Update on missing Colorado girl: she may have been spotted in Maine.
This busy interstate will be temporarily closed for the Presidential debate. Find alternate routes here.
This Colorado rest area will soon close for the winter.
Developing news story: Colorado gunman kills 12, injures 38.
The Colorado Department of Transportation installs traffic information kiosks. What does the program offer truck drivers?
A Colorado boy is suspended and accused of sexual harassment for singing a popular song. Has the school gone too far?
It sounds like it should be the beginning of a joke, “So, a cow walks up to a McDonald’s drive-thru…” but it’s not. Get the details of Darcy the cow’s trip to McDonalds.
The comic geniuses behind South Park tackle the issue of government regulation for the new season premiere, this Wednesday night.
The Colorado Supreme Court overruled University of Colorado Board of Regents decision to ban conceal & carry on campus, citing it as contrary to the state’s constitution.
Get a look at some of the incredible athletes in the Splashdog Long Jump League, coming to a pet show near you!
Panther has announced they may pay out nearly $15,000 for every qualified driver who enters their loyalty plan.
Lawmakers, Law Enforcement and Trucking groups are at a stalemate regarding states use of red light and speed cameras. It’s safety vs. revenue and no one’s happy.