When you are a long-haul truck driver, there’s an added responsibility to stay safe on the road. You have your own well-being to worry about, as well as the other drivers on the road. And of course, you also have your freight to protect, your truck to take care of, deadlines to meet, and other important objectives that require your focus at all times.
Are you ready to start your career as a truck driver and enroll in truck driving school? If the answer is yes, there are a few things to keep in mind as you begin your training. We’ve compiled this helpful list of tips to make your experience as a truck driving student as rewarding as possible. Take a look!
Are you thinking about a career in truck driving? If so, we at America Truck Driving School are here to help! There’s something exciting about the thought of being out on the open road, seeing the country and having that sense of freedom. To see if truck driving is truly a career you’re interested in, we’ve compiled a list of questions to ask yourself to help you decide if it’s right for you.
2017 is already upon us. It’s time to make some New Year’s resolutions and follow through with them. We’re talking specifically about resolutions you can make as a truck driver to improve your health, enjoy a happier family life back home and experience better success in your truck-driving career.
As the premier truck driving institute in Southern California, America Truck Driving School offers several different programs to suit your needs. We help our students every step of the way, from their department of transportation physical and written tests until they pass the driving test at the DMV. When you take a class with us, we will do everything can to help you get your license!
It’s no secret that truck drivers work long hours, oftentimes spending days or even weeks on the road. Though not for everyone, this lifestyle often brings financial freedom for truckers and their families. However, spending weeks at a time on the road—especially during the holidays—can be rough for these long-haul drivers and their loved ones.