Military Servicemen Can Become Truckers
Driving a semi-truck takes a lot of training and practice. Trucking companies tell their recruiters to search for the most reliable drivers they can get their hands on. The demand for such high standards makes military servicemen and women an ideal choice for employment.Read More >
Do Truckers Get the Holidays Off?
Professional truck drivers grow accustomed to being on the road for long stretches at a time. The trucking lifestyle is not for everyone, but for many, the financial freedom easily makes up for the time spent away from home. However, there are still certain times of the year (the holiday season especially) when no one […]Read More >
How Truck Drivers Can Prevent Back Pain
Truck driver or not, most people have probably experienced that nagging, awful ache at the base of the back. It never seems to go away, and sitting in the same constrained position for long periods of time only makes it worse. The ache can also be an effect of heavy lifting or strained movements, which […]Read More >
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Life Inside a Semi-Truck Sleeper
The inside of a semi-truck is a complete mystery to many people. Thousands of men and women spend weeks at a time inside these vehicles, yet many of us have never seen one from the inside. Because of the nature of the job and the amount of time spent in the cab, the actual amenities […]Read More >
Texting While Driving Laws Result in Higher Fine for Truckers
There are few things more frustrating that glancing at the driver beside you, only to find their eyes glued to their lap with one hand on the wheel, unfocused on the road. What’s worse is if that driver is in a massive, 18-wheeler semi-truck. The danger associated with distracted driving has put a texting while […]Read More >
How Does a Trucker Spend Time on the Road?
Considering a job as a semi-truck driver? Then you’re probably wondering about what life on the road is really like. Many truckers say the job of a semi-truck driver is not a job at all; it’s more of a lifestyle that takes a massive amount of dedication and a certain type of personality.Read More >
How to Be a Healthy Trucker
Life on the road can be long and tiring and pulling over for fast food or taking a break at a greasy diner has become the quick fix for many trucker’s hunger pains. Recent studies performed by Harvard Medical School have revealed that the truckers not getting enough sleep are often the ones pulling over […]Read More >
Why Choose CDL Training Today?
Truck driving is one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing industries. No matter what the product – if we use it – chances are, it got delivered there by a truck. For over 30 years, the nation’s best trucking companies have depended on CDL Training today to produce the finest truck drivers on the […]Read More >
Can I Use My G.I. Bill for CDL Training?
Many people have asked us whether or not you can use your Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) benefits to attend truck driver training programs. The short answer – yes. MGIB will help cover the cost of obtaining your Class A CDL. For veterans of the armed services, it can make getting your CDL less expensive.Read More >