December has a certain reputation. Some know it as the jolliest month of the year. Some even look forward to the long nights and cold weather (hey, to each their own). But above all, December is known for..
November 11 is a day set aside to honor and thank the veterans who have fought for our country. While many of us spend the day in our usual routines, Veterans Day is a federal holiday, meaning all state-run..
As fall transitions to winter, we turn the calendars to November.
In 2023, Indigenous Peoples’ Day, previously known as Columbus Day, is Monday, October 9. (Coincidentally, that is also Thanksgiving Day in Canada.)
It’s frustrating when your freight rates change — especially on short notice. Freight transportation isn’t your company’s only expense, but the more you pay these bills the more you realize how volatile..
While many of us are enjoying a turkey dinner with family and friends, many drivers are on the road carrying seasonal gifts, holiday baking items, winter gear and the essentials we need every day.
In the trucking industry, July makes busy bees of us all as produce season in southern states continues to ramp up and Q3 stretches its legs in anticipation of an exciting three months.
The four weeks of June — weeks 22-26 on your refrigerator calendar— are, year after year, some of the trucking industry’s most strenuous.