A real life account of a professional truck driver’s experience in a horrific crash – a reminder to truckers, big truck accidents can happen in an instant.
Trucking stories of life on the road and the day to day adventures of truckers.
A trucker tells his adventures and bad luck, in a ‘winning story’ about trucking in California….. a winner in our ‘worst load contest’!
My children and I were coming back from Windsor, Ontario and destined for Kirkland Lake, Ontario. We pulled out of Windsor around 6pm. It is always easiest
A husband and wife team tell of their adventures, on what they call, ‘the trip from Hell’: a very dangerous sitruation to be in.
It was about 18:30 and I pulled out of the Field BC rest stop. There was light snow falling and a mix of nervous anticipation and excitement. I had done
My first truck driving job. Going back in my memories, a few years, I remembered how I first entered into the trucking industry. First of all, I am
This incident happened in 1973. Three of us truckers had loads going to JFK Airport on Rag-top trailers. We needed to stop in New Jersey to get a trip
So I am sitting here on Christmas Eve and reflecting on lots of things. It has been a year filled with change for me and yet in December, I think it culminated
I received this letter from a proud new trucker. I am aware of his identity. He was not afraid to reveal his identity, however after some discussion, I thought it best that the letter remain anonymous.
I could write a ‘thesis’ about this letter. It’s loaded with ‘life lessons’.
I hope the some of the unhappy truckers out there, might take some advice, from this man who knows a good thing when he see it.
A truck driving job can earn you a good living. There’s also lots of jobs out there in the industry, that aren’t worth having, I’ll give you that.
But, if you really want to make it as a trucker, whether company driver or owner operator, YOU NEED TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.
Enough from me. Read the letter.