Technology is transforming the logistics space, including monitoring shipments from origin to destination. The visibility in the monitoring of shipments helps hold vendors and suppliers accountable for freight-related carrier violations. However, growth in the logistics industry means that most shippers use several carriers, often depending on what they need to ship at the time. Larger carriers often
Before you load up your dog into your truck and hit the road, make sure you’ve got everything you need and a plan in place in case anything goes wrong.
If you’re one of the lucky ones who gets to take their best friend to work every day, check out these tips for how you can best travel with your little buddy in tow.
Driving on ice and snow in white-out conditions is serious business. If you’re new to truck driving and worried about hitting the road this season, check out some winter driving tips that should help you get where you’re going.
If you’re driving a truck that’s not ready for negative temps and freezing roadways, you could end up a bad situation. Taking some precautions now could save you later.
When we think of summer, we tend to think of picnics, barbeques, fishing, swimming, and a lot of other outdoor activities. But did you know the stretch between Memorial Day to Labor Day are the deadliest days of the year? Not due to swimming, camping, or heat stroke. Not bad mayonnaise. It’s driving. Teen driving
Michael’s Law Amendment is another step closer to reality. Named in honor of Michael Boeglin, who was killed while parked in an abandoned warehouse lot in June of 2014, Michael’s Law Amendment is aimed at ensuring states recognize and grant reciprocity for concealed carry laws. Truck drivers face a multitude of dangers while traveling across