Increase Your Earning Potential with a Career in Trucking

February 22, 2019 | Blog

With a high demand for truck drivers and an ever-dwindling number of qualified drivers available, new truckers have boundless career opportunities. The pay is what attracts many drivers to the industry, and new drivers can quickly see their salaries increase as the demand for drivers far outpaces the supply. Even in this marketplace that is … Continue reading “Increase Your Earning Potential with a Career in Trucking”

Answering New Drivers’ Questions about Staying Healthy on the Road

December 14, 2018 | Blog

Many new truck drivers plan meticulously for things like routing, keeping in touch with loved ones, and managing their paychecks, but they overlook another important part of trucking life: Staying healthy on the road. When you’re on the go and eating out of truck stops and fast-food restaurants, your health can quickly head south if … Continue reading “Answering New Drivers’ Questions about Staying Healthy on the Road”

Preparing Yourself for Your First Long-Haul Trucking Job

October 12, 2018 | Blog

Your first long-haul trucking job may be exciting and anxiety provoking at the same time. Despite careful training and education, it’s natural to have some nervousness about going out on the road for extended periods, hauling large loads and navigating tight loading docks. Preparation is key to having the best possible experience on your first … Continue reading “Preparing Yourself for Your First Long-Haul Trucking Job”

What Does It Take to Get Hired As a Professional Trucker?

September 21, 2018 | Blog, HDS Truck Driving Institute News

Trucking is a great choice for people who are concerned about job security. The country runs on big rigs. Without an army of truckers working across the country every day, food wouldn’t reach supermarkets, medicine wouldn’t reach hospitals, and online shoppers wouldn’t get their purchases. Although there is always a high demand for qualified drivers … Continue reading “What Does It Take to Get Hired As a Professional Trucker?”