Monthly Archives: September 2016

Qualities that are instilled in a veteran during military service can be of enormous value in a truck driving career afterward. With the trucking industry in need of a great many drivers to handle increased demand for overland shipping, it...
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When you’re a new truck driver, it can be difficult to separate the good advice from the bad.  Whether you’ve just finished truck driving school or are considering joining the industry, there are some definite strategies to being a successful...
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Freight factoring is an arrangement made between a trucking company and a factoring company, in which both parties benefit and are in better situations than they would be without factoring. In essence, a trucking company ‘sells’ some or all of its invoices...
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Are you a new truck driver or hoping to break into the transportation industry?  Here are ten helpful success tips from experienced truck drivers who know this business. Befriend Your Dispatcher.Your dispatcher should be your new best friend.  Often, they...
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Many small businesses, particularly those in the trucking and freight hauling industry, struggle with irregular work demand, long lead times in payments, and rigid terms for bill due dates.  While there are some risky alternative funding options that could make...
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Anyone who owns or runs a small business is likely familiar with those financing offers that arrive in the mail and your electronic inbox.  Many guarantee fast access to small business cash advances through a variety of risky-sounding terms.  Since...
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The demand for truck drivers is exploding across America these days, and it is estimated that over the next decade that more than six times the current 35,000 drivers will be needed, to haul freight from coast-to-coast and all destinations...
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Building a team of great drivers for your trucking company can be the most important aspect of growing your business, as opposed to just treading water and trying to maintain your position in the market. This makes it essential to...
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Statistically, drivers have more health issues than almost any other group of professionals, and even more alarming, they also have shorter lifespans. This isn’t too hard to fathom, since the job is characterized by very little exercise, working areas that...
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