Get a life!

  

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Life as a Trucker – Making Trucking Life A Successful Career

  

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One of the many difficulties facing fleets in the truck driver recruiting arena – especially long–haul motor carriers that send drivers out on the road for weeks at a time – is the growing demand for better "work-life balance."

  

To live a happy life, you have to find balance between work and play. Too much work and you are overstressed and physically exhausted. Too much play and you end up sleeping on your buddy’s couch. As an OTR trucker the line between work and play is even more skewed. After all, you live, work, eat and sleep in your big rig. How on earth can you create a healthy work-life balance as an OTR trucker?

  

Articles Tagged "Life On The Road"

  

The Grueling Life of a Long-Haul Trucker – Logging 12,000 miles a month, surprisingly clean truck stop showers, and dogs riding shotgun — we go inside the cab with an American road warrior.

  

"Let Them Truckers Roll, 10-4:" America’s Fleeting Folk Heroes and the Trucker Convoys of the 1970s

 
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