a group of trucks on the road now that the trucking industry is rebounding from COVID-19

How the Trucking Industry is Rising Again

When 2020 began, the trucking industry was already in trouble. The month of January indicated that a recession was on the horizon, that tariffs were increasing, and that imports and exports were softening. Then, March hit, and COVID-19 was declared a pandemic. Although truckers were declared essential workers, low freight rates and rest area closures[…]

a truck involved in an accident during the 100 deadliest days on the road

100 Deadliest Days On The Road

Between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the 100 deadliest days each year for driving. These days make up the vast majority of teen driver fatalities, and they’re largely due to speeding, drinking and driving, and distracting elements behind the wheel. However, while the “100 deadliest days” primarily aims to address teen driving, it extends[…]

a coronavirus illustration representing the impact that the pandemic has had on the trucking industry

How COVID-19 Has Impacted the Trucking Industry

As COVID-19 has spread across the world, it’s impacted all aspects of our “normal.” The trucking industry is no exception. While non-essential businesses shut down immediately to prevent further spread, truckers remained operational. After all, who else would continue to move essential items to and from hospitals and stores? Here’s everything you need to know[…]