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Female truck drivers will occasionally get rude, unwelcome comments from men. Here are some hilarious examples of how I've dealt with it over the years.
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Small trucking companies are often hanging on by a thread because it's nearly impossible to survive as a small company in a commodity business. Here's why.
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Many people think drop and hooks are the answer to getting more miles, but that's not always the case. Here are some things to ponder.
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Truck drivers are given lot of freedom and flexibility for accomplishing the task, which can be a blessing. But it's also one of the biggest challenges new drivers face.
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Truck drivers can be vulnerable to attackers after their money, their freight, or their truck. Here are some great ways to keep yourself safe on the road.
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Starting a new career is difficult. You face so many unknowns. Here is the story of how I handled my fears and overcame some very tough situations early in my career.
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Before you begin CDL training there are a lot of requirements and things to consider. Here are some of the most important.
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Every driver gets stuck in tiny parking lots or on narrow rural roads with seemingly no place to go. Here are my stories of tough times in tight spaces.
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Being humble and coachable is critical to success, especially as a student in CDL training. Many careers were cut short by inflated egos.
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Team driving sounds like a good idea to many new drivers, but the reality is often far different.

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