7 Tips for Helping Your Drivers Stay Healthy

For the sake of your drivers and your business, it is essential to encourage driver health, including eating right and staying hydrated, physical exercise, proper posture while driving, mental health, sun protection, a clean work environment, and sufficient sleep.

8 Ways to Grow Driver Loyalty

Retaining drivers is absolutely necessary to remain successful in your industry. In such a competitive and volatile market, how can you ensure drivers’ genuine allegiance to your company?

12 Quick Tips for Hiring Drivers

In a competitive job market, you need to be able to attract, recruit, interview, evaluate, and hire candidates via steps that are quick and thorough.

9 Tips for Improving Your Driver Coaching Program

Safe and efficient driving decreases fuel and maintenance costs while protecting drivers and the company's reputation.

7 Tips for Maximizing Your Trade Show Attendance

Industry events are great opportunities to make connections, find products to take your business to the next level, and -- of course -- try to find the best giveaways.

Let’s Drive, Kids: Millennial Recruitment During the Driver Shortage

The pool of potential workers is shrinking just as an aging driver population is retiring, federal regulations are restricting hours of service, and younger generations are increasingly associating trucking with low pay, poor working conditions, and an isolated and unhealthy lifestyle. In short, it has become harder and harder for

4 Ways to Retain Truck Drivers

Each time a driver leaves a company, there are considerable costs for on-boarding new candidates and covering the costs of disruptions to the shipping schedule.

Should Former Convicts Be Hired As Drivers?

There are millions of free and on-parole felons in the U.S. who are looking for a fresh start through meaningful work.

Truckers Are Here to Stay, Despite Self-Driving Tech

While the widespread adoption of automated vehicles (AVs) may seem inevitable, truckers won’t be so easily pushed out of the driver’s seat - at least not for the next few decades.