Life on the road is both a career and a lifestyle.
From mountains to oceans to the store down the street, CRST Dedicated drivers can see it all.
Our Behind The Wheel blog brings you information about topics affecting dedicated drivers as well as the trucking industry as a whole.
Team driving involves two truckers working together, taking turns driving the same truck. Team driver jobs usually involve a longer haul that’s more time-sensitive. What would be difficult for a single driver can be accomplished by a team, with one driver sleeping while the other is driving. As part of a team, the amount of […]
Truck driving isn’t your typical 9 to 5; trucking is a lifestyle. Here are answers to a few common questions you may have if you’re considering a truck driving career: What does a typical day look like? The time truckers dedicate to a typical workday is a big part of the truck driving lifestyle. Long-haul […]
You’ve dusted off your truck driver resume and have started looking for a job on the open road or are considering another trucking opportunity. What are your prospects in the coming year? Very good! The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the trucking industry to experience up to 21% growth through 2020. With the stage set […]
When you’re in the trucking industry, safety should be your top priority. Read these important tips to ensure your being safe while on the road.
When pursuing a trucking job opportunity, it’s important to ask your trucking recruiter questions about the job. Many truckers want to know about pay, benefits, home time and company policies. Read on to review a list of helpful questions to ask your trucking recruiter.
Our country will always need truckers, no doubt about it. Tucking jobs are everywhere. In order to become one though, you have a few qualifications you need to meet.
Are you considering a local dedicated trucking route? Here’s some things to know about dedicated trucking jobs to help you make your decision.
Both team truck driving and solo truck driving have their merits. It’s up to you to weigh the pros and cons of each option to decide what will work best for you and your trucking career.