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Has trucking made you a better or worse person? Have your views on life changed?
It takes a certain type of person to drive a truck. A truck driver must be a self-starter, with plenty of patience, the ability to deal with being alone, and to maintain professionalism while dealing with an unruly shipper or receiver. Sometimes, this can be enough to change a person for the better or for the worse.
Mark Everest, The Road Athlete
Is there a truck stop that you miss because it’s no longer around?
Most of us remember chain and mom & pop truck stops that were welcoming sites along our travels. We remember some of the names and smiling faces of the fuel desk and restaurant staff and occasionally reminisce about the parking lot cookouts. Some of those once familiar truck stops are no longer around.
Mind Over Matter with Trucker Therapist, Buck Black.
Is there a particular truck that you haven’t driven yet, but have dreams of driving --or are you already driving your dream truck?
It’s not uncommon for a truck driver to dream of driving a particular make and model truck. They sometimes wonder how the truck drives, how they’d utilize the space and the important factor of how they’d look driving that particular truck.
The ST. Christopher Update with Shannon Currier.
Safety Tip Thursday
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