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Who is Sisbro?

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Working in the truck driving industry is competitive and sometimes can be stressful. You’re consistently working to get the most of every mile you drive and trying to get the best rate for those miles. Sisbro Inc. wants to put an end to the uncertainty some drivers feel from their current employers. So, who is…

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5 Tips For Long Drives

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Do you have a long drive in your near future? If you’re a truck driver, chances are this isn’t your first long haul. Harvard’s School of Medicine discovered that over 50 percent of participants would admit to driving while drowsy. But there are a couple of things you can do to make your trip safer…

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3 ways to survive cold and flu season

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Fall begins later this month, which means cold and flu season is coming fast. We all deal with germs daily and most of us try to stay mindful of avoiding sickness. This comes easy for those that sit in an office every day, but truckers don’t have that luxury. A truck driver’s surroundings are always…

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Enjoying Your Mobile Office

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When you think of a truck driving career, your potential office space may not be one of the first benefits that comes to mind. However, an office in the cabin of a truck may just be the work environment you’re looking for. Here are some advantages to a traveling workplace: Changing Office Views As an…

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Truckers beat chronic back pain

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Chronic back pain is known to commonly trouble truck drivers. This is because truck drivers are behind the wheel for hours at a time and they face near constant vibrations from the road. Sisbro recommends to our drivers that they develop a stretching routine to make it through each day. By stretching properly, driving can…

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Keeping roadways safe of distracted truck drivers

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Sisbro expects its drivers to abide by federal law and industry standards, which includes all matters involving distracted driving. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, there are five rules of thumb for truck drivers to follow to avoid distracted driving: No reaching; No holding; No dialing; No texting; No reading. The FMCSA also…

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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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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?

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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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