Keary Nicely, of Atlanta, has only been driving a truck for four years, and he’s not looking to get out of it, although he would like to get home a lot more.
Truckers tarping loads, having to wait outside to be loaded or unloaded, doing their pre-trips, dealing with engine trouble or performing any other number of things outside are just as vulnerable to heat-related illness as anyone who has to work in sweltering summer temperatures.
A young man who does not have what it takes to perform military service is not likely to have what it takes to make a living. —John F. Kennedy
Someone once said we’re helped along the road to happiness if we follow this axiom: “Don’t think less of yourself, but think of yourself less.”
We looked with interest at the results of Roadcheck 2010, which arrived with comparisons for 2008 and and 2009.
I don’t know if you can put a price tag on the good public relations for trucking that took place in the community of Lexington, Va., during the 28th annual Shell SuperRigs truck beauty show last month (June 10-12).