April 28, 2017 1:58:14 PM EDT

Editorial Articles

April 1, 2017

Sticking By Your Brands

What makes a person always buy Chevy and never Ford? Or order Bud Light, but turn up his nose at Miller Lite? Drive a Peterbilt instead of a Kenworth?    Read More
RoadPro® Family of Brands, which is dedicated to bringing the comforts of home on the road, has created a lifestyle loyalty community for professional drivers   Read More

March 1, 2017

The Tech Truckers Want

The cab of your average long-haul truck has enough electronics to outfit a Best Buy, but there’s always some new device that promises to make the job a little easier and the downtime a little more enjoyable. To gauge what drivers want, we surveyed members of the RoadPro Road Warrior Club on what new technology most appealed to them. Not surprisingly, their answers revealed a strong bent toward the practical and proven   Read More
For all the talk about the freedom of the open road, long-haul trucking means a lot of nights spent away from home and family. Cabs might be equipped with electronics, appliances and other creature comforts, but they’re not home. And CB chatter is a poor substitute for real companionship   Read More
It’s said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. If that’s true, then long-distance truck drivers should have the strongest relationships of all   Read More
It’s said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. If that’s true, then long-distance truck drivers should have the strongest relationships of all   Read More
January is the time when we resolve to quit bad habits and adopt good ones; resolutions that often last no longer than February. There’s a reason our good intentions melt away before the snow does; psychologists call it “willpower depletion.&rdquo   Read More
January is the time when we resolve to quit bad habits and adopt good ones; resolutions that often last no longer than February. There’s a reason our good intentions melt away before the snow does; psychologists call it “willpower depletion.&rdquo   Read More

December 1, 2016

Make-A-Wish - Brayton Martin

When Lisa Martin was pregnant and a volunteer for the annual Mother's Day Truck Convoy in Lancaster, Pa., she never imagined needing the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Then her son, Brayton, was born with a life-threatening condition. Read More
Truck stops sell more than beef jerky and fuel additives. In fact, you can do all of your holiday shopping at a truck stop.    Read More

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