What a rainy morning. Left Eugene, OR and headed out across Highway 58 on my way to Reno, NV today. Talk about raining. Pitch black and the wind was howling shaking my truck all over the road. It was raining so hard at times that the windshield wipers could barely keep up with the
It is show time again? Here is a video I made while working one of the many shows over the years. Posted just for fun.
Safety out on the highway is every Truck Drivers job. I think most professional drivers understand this. Over the years drivers have become more compliant and more often than not these days stand up to companies that try to push then into doing the wrong thing. How many news stories can we count about companies that
To A Fault Safe to a fault, is the way I was described in a conversation the other day. Is it possible for a truck driver to be out on the highway next to our families to be too safe? I guess it all depends on one’s perspective, their ethics, and what they value most
I was reading the other day the comment of a driver I found on truck driving social media describing his decent down a mountain grade. It seems that it was a foggy day and visibility was very low so many were keeping it slow, playing it safe as they traveled down the mountain side. Just
Here we go again, whack, whack, whack on the heads of those killers truck drivers once again. Good grief when will these folks give up. Again with this sleep apnea crap. Last week it was cell phones. Then the week before that, we had the TSA in Tennessee looking for it to go nationwide and
Dirty Word I set my camera up about a week ago, just for a trail run. I stood in front of it and spoke from my heart the things I think about such things as tailgating and our number one jobs as truckers keeping the highway safe. I spoke of the value of human life