March 5, 2021The Three Pros and Cons of Trucking
We do enjoy our work and we fund pleasure in doing business with courteous and responsible persons. Our aim is to hire as many of those share our core corporate values. However, in order to be fair and square – which we always strive to be as a company – it is important for us to show the both sides of the same “bright coin” known as a “truck driver”.
You will always get to know new people and new landscapes so you will be surprised by the number as well as content of positive responses and great experiences.
The probability for you to find so satisfying job like this one is scarce. You are only obliged to the transportation service you perform.
You get paid to travel
Indeed, it is a tough job and also dangerous at times, but who else is instantly ready to pay you so that you can travel across America? We are.
Loneliness can literally leave you destroyed. However, it is being lonely in the cabin during those long hauls that can make you do something creative, too.
Being far away from home so frequently
It goes without saying that you will certainly miss many of those fine moments you could have spent with your family or your loved ones or your neighbors. Missing those moments is the price for being you as a truck driver.
Long story short, this job is not an easy one. Rules, regulations, safety, breakdowns, DOT audits, logbooks, late deliveries, reports, and more can create loads of stress for drivers.