One of the reasons people get into trucking is the chance to travel all over America. Maybe you are from a small town or city and have not been many places. Or maybe you have just been stuck in the same city all of your life, working a dead end day to day job. Well, if you get into truck driving, you will have the chance to go in and out many different states. You will get an upfront look at why many people consider America one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Some of the great sites you could see are The Grand Canyon, Rocky Mountains, Oceanfront’s, Great Lakes, and much more.
Another of the great benefits of being a truck driver is the fact that you won’t have a boss breathing down your back or watching over you. Your main job will be to get to your destinations on time and legal. What you do in between the drive is up to you. As a truck driver, you decide when you wake up, when to take a break, and when you want to take off. Just as long as you schedule your time right and deliver your loads legally, you’re pretty much able to work on your own time frame. There is no boss riding along with you.
People in other sectors are getting laid off from work due to the recession. Some others are just making a career change. Either way enrollment in trucking schools has increased by thirty percent in part due to the idea that the trucking sector is recession proof, as well as the promise of big money! In this weeks episode of the blind spot trucking talk show we discuss the recession and the future of trucking. This show is a live recorded weekly show from real truckers telling it like it is, not recruiters or some one selling you a product or a dream. If you would like to support this show simply share it with a couple of friends.
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