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Stress-Relieving Tips for Truck Drivers

Some people may believe that trucking is a stress-free job full of blue skies and open roads, but those of us clocking all the miles and missing our families along the way know better. From rough weather conditions and jammed-packed roadways to tight deadlines and hours of sitting in one place, professional driving can be […]

Tips for Safe Driving in April Showers

While April showers may bring May flowers, the rainy month also bring a lot of weather-related accidents for unsuspecting drivers. In fact, 70% of weather-related crashes happen on wet pavement and 46% happen during rainfall. For a truck driver, driving in less-than-perfect conditions is inevitable, but there are some very important steps you can take […]

How to Avoid Blood Clots as a Truck Driver

Blood clots are a definite danger to truck drivers, as the sedentary nature of driving for hours lends itself to the formation of blood clots in the legs. DVT, or deep vein thrombosis, occurs deep in the thigh or lower legs and generally happens to anyone who sits for long periods of time. For truckers, […]

Healthy Fast Food Options for OTR Drivers

As a truck driver, eating healthy can be a challenge, especially when you spend most of your days passing fast food joint after fast food joint. Staring at those Golden Arches can be a huge temptation, and it can be difficult to say no to a fast food meal when all you want to do […]

On-the-Road Exercises You Can Do Easily

February is American Heart Month, and it’s no secret that most Americans are not getting an adequate amount of exercise. This is posing a pretty big problem, as exercise is a key component to maintaining a healthy heart. In fact, the American Heart Association recommends that adults get at least 150 minutes (or 2.5 hours) […]

Heart Healthy Tips for Truckers

American Heart Month is the perfect time to focus on getting your heart healthy. For truck drivers, heart health is especially important. In a study posted by the CDC, 26% of truck drivers said they had hypertension versus the 24% totaling the rest of the U.S. working population. Living life with cardiovascular disease is a […]

Healthy Snacks for Truck Drivers

Trucking is a tough job that requires hours and hours of time on that long, open road. Sometimes when you’re driving, you just want to reach for a snack to satisfy you until your next stop. But that’s where the trouble comes in. Some of the easiest to eat and most convenient snacks come in […]

Tips for Losing Holiday Weight for Truck Drivers

The holidays are a time for friends, family, and, of course, food. But after a whole season of salty snacks, creamy dips, and decadent desserts, your waistline may not be quite where you’d like it to be. And while vanity may play a factor in wanting to shed those holiday pounds, the more important reason […]

Health Hazards for Truck Drivers in Winter

Driving in the winter can present a challenge to even the most seasoned truck drivers. Snowfall causes low visibility, the roads are often covered in ice, and you have to constantly contend with other drivers who are not well-equipped for winter road conditions. All these factors can cause truckers to be at higher risk when […]

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