A group of truck drivers working for an Illinois-based carrier recently went above and beyond to coordinate the delivery of desperately needed medical supplies during the COVID-19 crisis.
While these may be tough times for trucking, one family-owned carrier has found a way to not only survive but to thrive while helping to deliver the supplies Americans need during the Coronavirus emergency.
The COVID-19 outbreak has put pressure on carriers to find a way to keep the U.S. supply chain moving to provide essential supplies to Americans while at the same time protecting drivers and staffers from exposure to the virus.
We could all use a little distraction from the news right now, and the makers of a brand new truck stop casino app have just the thing to help you pass the time while you're waiting for your next load.
A North Dakota-based trucking company is setting themselves apart from other carriers by making sure that their drivers don't have to stress out about their next meal and their next paycheck.
Van Buren, Arkansas-based carrier USA Truck has debuted a new plan to help experienced team truckers earn more.
An Illinois-based carrier was recognized by a popular trucking website as one of the best companies for to work for because of their industry-leading driver pay.
Owning your own truck is the ultimate goal for many members of the trucking community, but it requires grit, determination, and know-how to be a success.
A North Dakota-based carrier is changing the game by providing their company truck drivers with common sense solutions to some of the most persistent problems that they'll encounter on the road.
Starting next month, one trucking company is flipping the script on driver-facing cameras with a unusual new policy designed to empower drivers with choice.
A family owned and operated trucking company is fighting driver turnover by offering skilled, safe truckers the pay and benefits they deserve along with beautiful equipment to operate.
One trucking company is working to help truck drivers stranded by the sudden Celadon closure to get home safely to their families.
When you're a student truck driver trying to navigate your way into the trucking industry by beginning your CDL training, it can be confusing or even frustrating!