Monthly Archives: October 2016

Driving those long miles on the open road can get lonely, and having a dog along not only relieves the boredom, but also ensures that you have an amiable companion. However, some dog breeds travel better than others. Here are...
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  Freight factoring is a common funding method in the trucking field. But many companies are not familiar with the specifics of this form of funding. Here is a look at 8 things you need to know about freight factoring....
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When it comes to profits at a trucking company, it’s best not to put too many of your eggs in one basket with your customer base. The best way to safeguard your shipping profits is to have varied clients in...
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If you are paying trucking insurance premiums that are too high, there are several factors that can be adjusted to lower your rates. Insurance companies examine your drivers, your fleet, and your safety record to determine your rates; to get...
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When your trucking business is thriving, it is natural to think about expanding. But don’t jump into it. Take the time to consider four important elements of a successful expansion. You Need a Strategic Plan   When you take the...
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The trucking market might be booming, but just owning a trucking company isn’t enough to keep you in business. As an entrepreneur, you always have to look at the bottom line and make sure that your costs are managed effectively...
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It may seem like there are very few physical requirements of a truck driver, since much of the time is spent in a sitting position, driving down the road. However, there are some basic physical requirements which, if not met,...
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Truck drivers spend a great deal of time on the road, and after seeing pretty much the same sights for mile after mile, hour after hour, it can easily happen that a truck driver becomes hypnotized by the road. This of...
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