Tenstreet puts drivers in control of their own data

As technology catered to the transportation industry continues to evolve, players across the industry are becoming more aware of the importance of data security and transparency. After all, the last thing anyone wants is to be bombarded with unwanted  messages Tenstreet has made a name for itself in the recruiting, retention, and safety spaces. The company’s […]

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Summer safety tips for truckers

As the roadways clog with travelers, prioritizing safety is of heightened importance for commercial and passenger vehicles alike. Plan your routes When traveling, people may be unfamiliar with parts of the roadway, increasing the risk of accidents—be especially wary of out-of-state plates. Planning your route can help you avoid unwelcome surprises. If possible, schedule your departure […]

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Fatigue in Trucking

Unmanaged fatigue risk can jeopardize the safety of everyone on the road, be very costly, and negatively impact company reputation. Here are some of the key aspects to consider and tips to lower fatigue risk. OUR ABILITY TO BE ALERT ON THE JOB IS GOVERNED BY TWO WELL-UNDERSTOOD BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES. The first is our circadian […]

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Feds fast-tracking controversial trucker pilot program

A long-awaited but controversial initiative that will allow young truck drivers to haul freight across state lines is seeking fast-track status from the White House. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has asked the Office of Management and Budget for review and emergency approval of a three-year apprenticeship program to allow carriers to employ drivers […]

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Why now is the time to become a truck driver

The U.S. depends heavily on truck drivers. Without them, items ranging from critically essential supplies to everyday necessities wouldn’t be so readily available in stores, hospitals or doctors offices. Yet as important as drivers are to the flow of goods and supply chains, the trucking industry is now facing challenges with a severe driver shortage. […]

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Guide to Better Sleep for Truck Driver Safety

With COVID preventing in-person shopping, there has been a significant demand placed on at-home deliveries. But behind the deliveries is roughly 3.5 million U.S. truck drivers that, of course, are not immune to the virus. COVID-related driver shortages have upped the pressure on the drivers still standing, putting an increased emphasis on sleep deprivation and overworked drivers.With National […]

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