Whether or not you are new to trucking, you already know that there is a clear difference between cars and large commercial vehicles. In particular, semi-trucks run on diesel engines, which have their differences and similarities to a standard car engine. There has been a lot of misinformation about how to treat a diesel engine, and this post will help to clear up the three biggest misunderstandings.
Archive for September, 2019
3 Ways to Misunderstand Your Diesel EngineMonday, September 30th, 2019
How to Set Up Your Truck for a DockMonday, September 23rd, 2019
There is a lot of important information to learn when someone is just starting out, especially when it comes to safely handling a freight truck. And one thing that all new truck drivers should know how to do correctly is set up their truck for a dock. Whether you are a trucking veteran or a first-timer, here are the basic steps to setting your truck up for a dock.
Three Ways to Handle the Long HaulMonday, September 16th, 2019
How to Combat Distracted DrivingMonday, September 9th, 2019
One of the most common causes of accidents on the road for both truckers and car drivers is still distracted driving. Even though there is a lot of awareness about the dangers of texting while driving, you will still find people behind the wheel using their phones. It’s understandable how tempting it is to check your phone for just a second, or you might have something else going on that takes your attention from the road. Here are some ways to keep yourself from falling into the trap of distracted driving.
4 Main Types of Freight TrucksMonday, September 2nd, 2019
Although there are many different varieties of vehicles for transporting freight on the road, there are specific types of trucks that are better for certain jobs. If you want to hone your expertise in one area, then it’s good to know how different freight trucks work and which would be the best fit for you. Here are four of the main types of freight trucks you will come across.