Blog Monthly Archive: 10/2017
Learning to drive a truck is a complex skill that takes some intense training and focus. It is not a skill to be taken lightly. To be able to maneuver a truck and trailer through busy cities and highways, you are going to need proper training from someone who knows what they are doing. This kind of training is best given by specially-trained individuals who are experts in their field.
The Department of Transportation requires that drivers who have a CDL get regular physicals. This ensures that all drivers are healthy and keeps everyone on the road safe.
The DOT physical is not just a regular checkup. There are specific things that the doctor is required to check for and pay attention to. There are a few things that you will want to know before going to get your DOT physical.
YOU MUST GO TO A DOT CERTIFIED PHYSICIAN
Smith & Solomon is proud to present their Freedom Truck sponsored by Werner Enterprises. Freedom Truck honors those who have serve and are serving our country. The Freedom Truck will showcase the importance of veterans in the trucking industry. In honor to our veterans the truck displays the American flag, military tag and pays tribute to the five branches of the US military with each of their logos.
Linden, October 12, 2017.
Smith & Solomon Hosted Werner enterprises for a hiring event full of opportunities. As a result, Werner enterprises showcased their career opportunities and benefits offered for CDL drivers. From raffles, contest, trucks, to Miss Coco Bean and the Elites from Werner Enterprise every attendee was excited.
The trucking industry has been changing and adapting to new technologies, leading to new automatic transmission trucks. As the trucking industry continues to grow and embrace a new trend here you have five reasons why you should drive an automatic commercial truck.
1. Fuel Economy
Trucks used have a strong reputation for being vehicles of large fuel consumption. Nowadays, with automatic transmissions trucks we can see true fuel economy. As a result, automatic transmissions are more fuel efficient than manual trucks.