30 Winter Driving Tips For Truck Drivers You Need To Know

Snow and ice are two of the most dangerous weather conditions that truck drivers must deal with.

When the roads are covered with ice and snow, the truck will have less traction, and the truck driver must be able to control the truck on the roads.

The visibility may be decreased with heavy snow, and the driver must decide if it is time to get off the roads until the weather improves.

Winter is soon approaching, and truck drivers will have to deal with different types of weather and road conditions. Read More

22 Practical Tips To Stay Healthy As A Truck Driver

Truck Driver Health TipsTruck drivers can face many health issues due to their profession. Over the road truck drivers and local drivers find it difficult to eat healthy, exercise, and sleep enough, which leads them to having health issues.

In this article you are going to find 22 tips to stay healthy as a truck driver.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) did a research and study and have learned that nearly seventy percent of over the road truck drivers are overweight and obese. Read More

Where Do Truckers Pee? Get Ready For The Truth

Where and how do truck drivers pee? Truck drivers pee in two places: at a rest/truck stop or in their trucks. When peeing at a rest/truck stop they use the restroom just like everyone else. When a restroom is not available to them truck drivers pee in their trucks using a wide mouth plastic bottle or milk jug, portable toilets, commercial urinal bags or bottles, and even plastic bags. Read More

10 Best Truck Stops In Texas You Shouldn’t Pass Up

Texas is one of the biggest trucking states in the country. There is no shortage of truck stops in Texas, but what arethe best truck stops?

We’re looking at the stops that pull out all the stops. Some of them are unique, some of them have history, and others are just great at being a haven for truckers to stop in.

Here are the 10 Best Truck Stops in Texas! Read More

Where Do Truck Drivers Shower?

Where do truck drivers shower? Truck drivers shower at truck/rest stops along interstates. Truck drivers have to park their trucks and use the shower for a small fee (usually around $10.00) or they get a free shower after filling up with fuel.

Contrary to what some people think truck drivers do not shower in their trucks.

As a matter of fact, they don’t have any running water. The only thing back there is a twin size bed to sleep on, a small refrigerator, and some storage space. Read More