Five Signs You’re Meant to be a Truck Driver

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Five Signs You’re Meant to be a Truck Driver

Signs to be a Truck Driver - Sisbro

Deciding on a career can be a frustrating experience if you aren’t sure what is it you want to do. The truck driving industry offers advantages allowing for flexible schedules, time off, and paid benefits. Along with the multitude of benefits offered by companies such as Sisbro, you may find yourself relating to these five…

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Tips To Keep Truckers Awake

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Truck drivers must deal with unusual driving schedules and erratic sleep habits. Whether they get paid by the mile, by the hour, or by how much work is done, staying awake and alert is critical to productivity and safety. We put together some tips to help over the road drivers maintain the best habits. Nap…

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Military and the Truck Driving Industry

Veterans and Sisbro Trucking

Commercial truck drivers are in high demand, and military veterans transitioning to civilian life can find comfort in the structure and atmosphere of a truck driving career. Our drivers are expected to be reliable, dependable, on time, and willing to work when the job calls for it. Here at Sisbro, we acknowledge the importance of…

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Sleep Apnea: The Sleep Disorder Plaguing Truck Drivers

Sleep Apnea Sisbro Blog

According to the American Sleep Apnea Association, around 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea occurs when a person stops breathing for a short period of time during their sleep cycle. This sudden interruption can range from moderate (a few times per cycle) to severe (multiple times per cycle), and requires medical attention.…

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Truck Driver Summer Must Haves

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Like the Boy Scouts, many truck drivers live by the motto, “Be Prepared”. Long hours on the road can become less profitable when you forget something at home. Over the road truck drivers even pay attention to the ever-changing temperatures and seasons, as their livelihood depends upon it. We’ve got a great summer list for…

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What is a truck driver recruiter?

Illinois Truck Driving Jobs-Sisbro

Thirty years ago, there were no such thing as a truck driver recruiter in the trucking industry. It was unheard of primarily because it was unnecessary. Trucking companies didn’t have trouble finding drivers for their trucks because trucking was a well-paying, respected profession. In recent years, there is a higher demand for truck drivers but…

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Finding the freight job for you

Driving a Sisbro truck

Truck driver jobs are demanding and dangerous. The industry has various types of jobs that range in complexity and levels of training and conditions vary widely by the job. We are happy to take a few minutes to go over all the different types of freight jobs. Dry Van and Refrigerated Freight Dry van and…

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Women in the trucking workforce

Woman truck driver speaking on behalf of Sisbro

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics categorizes truck drivers, as well as several other manual labor jobs, as nontraditional for women. Steadily, that is changing. Women made up 6 percent of the 3.5 million sales workers and truck drivers employed in 2018, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, but it was a…

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Navigating The Roadway Alongside Semis In High Winds

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High winds and severe weather create unique challenges for both the truck driver and other drivers. Sisbro put together a few tips to help the average car or truck safely navigate around tractor trailers in special conditions. Anticipate wind gusts The best way to deal with windy conditions is for both the truck driver and…

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High Blood Pressure and Truck Driving

Doctor taking blood pressure measurement

If you have high blood pressure, you may be fit to drive as long as you are working to reduce stage 1 or 2 hypertension. Your DOT physical will become part of your driving record and you may be medically certified to drive a truck anywhere from three months to a year depending upon the…

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