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It Takes Two

By Brandon Baxter - Staff Writer
Posted Jun 17th 2024 8:00AM
Of course, most drivers would indeed prefer the solitude of the open road. Who wouldn’t? You get to take your work with you and make money wherever you go. No boss or supervisors to answer to (other than perhaps dispatch and the Department of Transportation), and you’re touring the countryside over the wide-open road. What’s not to like about that? As appealing as driving solo can be, it’s often accompanied by the risk of losing out on extra cash by limiting oneself i...
  • Marketing Yourself in Trucking

    By Brandon Baxter - Staff Writer
    Posted Jun 10th 2024 8:00AM
    When beginning a new job, many people simply want to learn their role and focus on only what they were hired for. If the...
  • Driving as an Independent Contractor

    By Brandon Baxter - Staff Writer
    Posted Jun 3rd 2024 8:00AM
    The best thing about being an independent contractor is that there are an endless number of opportunities in the world t...
  • Recruiting Youth

    By Brandon Baxter - Staff Writer
    Posted May 27th 2024 8:00AM
    Trying to reach our youth seems an ongoing struggle these days. But as I’ve observed many times throughout my recruiti...
  • Terminating Driver Turnover

    By Brandon Baxter - Staff Writer
    Posted May 20th 2024 8:00AM
    It’s almost common knowledge that driver turnover rates in the trucking industry tend to hover around or above the 100...
  • Tips & Advice for Sprinters

    By Brandon Baxter - Staff Writer
    Posted May 13th 2024 8:00AM
    Being your own boss induces a certain level of excitement, anticipation, and fear. When considering starting a career as...