One of the trucking industry's most respected carriers has introduced an innovative new driver pay package as they look towards a major milestone in company history.
Content Sponsored by GT Express Inc. A growing Illinois-based flatbed carrier is turning heads in the trucking industry by rewarding their most dedicated and productive truck driver of...
A Nebraska-based trucking company has been quietly carving out a reputation for being one of the best fleets in the nation to drive for -- and they've recently raised pay to show appreciation for their professional driving team.
For 17 years Arkansas-based Century Finance has partnered with the hardworking men and women of the trucking industry to provide smart financial solutions -- without a long wait to get paid.
Content Sponsored By Amazon Relay Short-term contracts with Amazon Relay now bridge the gap between spot work and long-term contracts, with a self-service program that empowers carriers of all...
Bay & Bay Transportation (Bay & Bay) is giving drivers another reason to join their team.
This May, ExpressTruckTax is giving truckers a way to beat the pack and file their 2021-22 Form 2290 early.
Content Sponsored by Century Finance Cash flow issues can strike no matter how carefully you plan, but this Arkansas-based freight factoring company is here to provide you with the...
Illinois-based trucking company GP Transco has thrived in a year when many other trucking companies have either stagnated or struggled -- laying off office staff and drivers, or even closing their doors for good.
Content Sponsored by Continental Express SIDNEY, OH – As the nation nears its year-anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ohio-based fleet, Continental Express, is working to appreciate the many drivers who’ve...
See how one Minnesota trucking company is treating drivers to an upgraded drivers lounge and a major CPM increase!
However, there are three threats that every OTR driver should be aware of that can cause damage to their truck and interrupt their income: water contamination, particle contamination, lack of pump and injector lubrication.
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.
Every single day, American truckers answer the call to deliver essential goods like food, fuel, and medicine-- and they deserve our respect and appreciation every day of the year.