Blog Monthly Archive: 03/2015
For over the road and regional truck drivers most of their time is spent in their truck away from home. What’s great about that is the hobbies that you may not have had time for before becoming a truck driver can be now. Some truckers prefer to use their time to catch up on rest, but there are a significant amount of those who take up a variety of hobbies such as:
Reading (bringing a hardcopy of a book or on audiobook).
Listening to Music.
As the economy improves, the demand for commercial truck drivers increases. A lot of trucking companies are getting on board with increasing their driver pay and incentives.
Most trucking companies offer major benefits to their employees. These benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance and retirement plans. Holiday, sick time and vacation time are also a part of most companies’ incentive offerings.
Having a career in trucking is pretty exciting when you're on the road and have so much to see and experience while working. The ability to see the country and appreciate the different sites, restaurants and people is just one of the many perks of being a professional truck driver. Check out the list of apps for smart phones that have been the most downloaded by truckers:
So tax season has been well upon us for several weeks now. It may be annoying getting all of your documents together, but the “reward” of getting your refund check surely makes the process all worth it.
After you’ve gotten all of your documents in order and know what your return will look like, the next thing you start to do is plan what you will spend it on. What will you buy or invest in once you get it?
Most of the time people have plans to purchase some new electronic or put it towards a vacation.
I graduated your school during the summer of 2012 and landed a local driving job immediately and haven't looked back since. My life is back on track after being laid off in early 2012 and I'm on target to make over $75,000 this year. Again, thank you for the new skill. I just learned that truck drivers are more in the demand than ever as rules, laws, and regulations get more challenging, along with the next generation of truck drivers starting to retire creating a big hole in the industry.