Two very different fleets. Two passionate leaders. One important thing in common: A love of drivers that comes from the very top. That’s what Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge found after recent conversations with Joyce Brenny and Cari Baylor.
Every year we read about drivers who perish in their trucks during extended road closures where the driver goes off the road or runs into impassable conditions. Would you or your drivers be able to stay warm and safe if you were caught in such a situation?
Truck driver Clark Reed says slowing down and taking the time to let traffic situations sort themselves out on their own is one way to avoid unnecessary stops – and the fuel burn required to get a tractor-trailer up and under way again.