Blog Monthly Archive: 02/2017
Truck drivers have an important job that requires time flexibility and financial efficiency. Now as tax season is approaching, professional truck drivers can save as much money as possible, just by knowing their tax deductions.
Being young and strong, you can dedicate yourself to a better future with a prosperous income to help you and your family. There are many reasons why truck driving is the best career for people in their twenties. The trucking industry provides security for all those millennials out there looking to make “good money”.
Here is why you must become a professional truck driver:
1 Plan Your Trip
Before going on the road, plan your route to your destination. Keep in mind weather permitting conditions. Always keep in mind safety first, and take into consideration that some roads may be closed or too rough to navigate. Its always better to drive through melted snow or a road that has been plowed recently to prevent any accidents or inconveniences. If there is heavy snow keep your speed below 25mph and plan for safe parking places.
2 Pre- Trip Inspection
Graduated Feb. 2014, from the Lakewood, NJ campus. Went to Schneider, drove for a year and became a Training Engineer, did that for 3 months, then became an Instructor. Now, a year and 6 months later, I am the Southeast Regional Training Advisor, relocated to Charlotte, N.C.- Shawn Targett