There are some things that have changed drastically over the years in the trucking industry. We relied on cabovers, 42 footers, pay phones, the Rand McNally (hard copy version), wrist watches, and many other things while out on the road. Today, we depend on double bunks, 53 footers, cell phones, GPS, and digital clocks. You depend on these things to do your job, but what do you depend on for your daily strength? Where do turn to keep your sanity? The next time you’re alone, ask yourself what or who it is you are depending on. If you don’t know, give us a call.
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