For those who haven’t heard of a dashcam, it is simply a small camera that people install either on their dashboard or the inside of their windshield. The purpose of a dashcam is to record the events of the drive. These little cameras are inexpensive, easy to find online or in stores, and pretty simple to use. So why should you, as a trucker, need one? Here are three reasons why.
Archive for May, 2020
The humid Maryland weather can often be unkind once the season gets warmer, and that is especially true for truckers who spend long hours on the road. If you have had too many uncomfortable trips, then you probably know that you can’t always rely on the air conditioning in your truck cab to help. Here are some ways that you can prepare your truck for the warmer weather so that you can stay healthy.
If you are looking for a truck as an owner-operator, then you have a big decision to make that will influence your career. The first question you’ll probably deal with is whether you should start looking for a new or used vehicle. Both options have their pros and cons, and it just depends on what you’re looking for. Here are some things to think about when choosing between a new or used freight truck.
No trucker wants to be faced with a costly and time-consuming breakdown. Sometimes bad luck just happens, but usually, breakdowns can be avoided by keeping up with maintenance. Read on to see some of the common areas that cause trucks to break down, which you can avoid by keeping your truck well maintained.