Managing Type 2 Diabetes is a challenge, especially out on the road! However, with proper diet, exercise and medications, drivers can maintain a healthy lifestyle.
While hours of service regulations are required to give truck drivers adequate hours to sleep, falling and staying asleep in a semi-truck is not easy for them.
Driving in the fog can be stressful for commercial truck drivers, and putting into practice safe driving strategies is a great way for drivers to demonstrate industry care to their peers.
Inside This Issue:
– COVID-19 Update
– Safety: Inspection Ready
– Health & Wellness: Stay Hydrated
– National Ice Cream Month
– Employee birthdays, service announcements, new hires, Driver of the month
The Fourth of July is one of most traveled holidays of the summer months, and in honor of both the… Read more »
Continental Express has the perfect gift ideas to give to Truck Driving Dads for Father’s Day. Looking to find that… Read more »
Driving a semi-truck can be hard on your body and mind, and while there are medicinal ways to treat your ailments, another option is through the use of aromatherapy via essential oils.
Trucking is not a stress-free industry and professional truck drivers find it helpful to not only learn to cope with daily stresses, but to also learn how to adapt to the industry, creating their own attributes to make them successful in their career choice.
Continental Express, alongside its professional drivers and personnel, has a strong history that originated in 1984. Since then, Continental Express… Read more »
The trucking industry is the backbone of the American economy, and in times of uncertainty, professional drivers may find that hauling temperature-controlled freight has an array of benefits.