Opportunities in the Automotive Industry: From Glass Repair to Truck Driving

For every 1,000 people in the United States, there are 439 cars. It is hard to argue that a career in the car industry isn’t a relevant one. Barring a change in the laws of physics, we will not all be flying personal aircraft anytime soon. The car industry is here to stay. Not only […]

Message about the truck driver shortage

Hi there, My name is David, and I just wanted to say Thank you for taking the time to read this email. First off, I am 18 years old, and live in Caledon, ON (20 mins from Toronto, ON Canada). My main issue as i mentioned is age. In Ontario most companies require a minimum […]

The Implications of 85

The Implications of 85 Hank Barton is a second generation trucker-philosopher with a penchant for the written word. He enjoys blogging about long haul trucking, safe driving practices and life on the open road. He writes for E-Gears, an online CDL Test authority that specializes in a variety of study guides. The internet, the mainstream […]

How the HOS Regulations Affect Trucker Unemployment

It’s no secret among those in the trucking industry that there is a desperate shortage of qualified truckers. Most truckers are nearing the age of retirement, and very little fresh talent is entering truck school and passing the CDL test. Despite a considerable unemployment rate among the States and practically zero unemployment among those seeking […]

Guest blogger, Weighing in on the Ride for the Constitution Rally

If you frequent any of the trucking news sites that populate the web you may have caught wind of the proposed “Truckers to Shut Down America” movement that is set to take place on the second weekend of October (the 11th through the 13th). Since its inception around the 21st or so of September, the […]

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