Networking Skills for Beginning Truckers

March 24th, 2017 | Blog

It’s never too early to start making contacts, and truck driving school will be full of resources. You should also make sure that you represent yourself on social media so you can easily be found, and don’t miss an opportunity to talk to everyone you see when you’re out on the road. Here’s a closer more »

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Tips to Help You Pay for CDL Training

March 23rd, 2017 | Blog

You need your CDL in order to find a job in the professional driving industry, but training isn’t free. Considering your options, saving as much money as possible, and breaking into the truck driving field can also help you start your career on the right foot. Continue reading for a few tips to help you more »

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Use Trucking to Accomplish Your Academic Goals

March 10th, 2017 | Blog

Earning your CDL after going to a truck driving school can be a great way to start your career in the trucking industry, but the trucking industry can also facilitate other opportunities. You’ll have plenty of downtime on the road to pursue your studies, and you can use your trucking job to pay for your more »

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The Best Meals You’ll Find in America’s Truck Stops

February 10th, 2017 | Blog

From the time you earn your Tucson CDL to the time you turn in the keys for good, you’ll want to make sure you stay fed on the road. Travelling all over the country will bring you to truck stops you might have thought you’d never see, and there’s plenty to look forward to. Here more »

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Why Winters Are Great for Arizona Truck Drivers

January 27th, 2017 | Blog

Winters can be brutal in some parts of the country, but Arizona truck drivers get to enjoy a relatively mild season. The temperature doesn’t plummet, which means most roads will still stay drivable. Even if it gets chilly at night or in the morning, you can escape the cold in your truck’s cab. Earn your more »

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Why Qualified Drivers Are Still a Valuable Resource

January 20th, 2017 | Blog

Every job has qualifications, and they are stricter in some industries than they are in others. You can become a qualified driver by earning a Tucson CDL and honing your skills over time. Feel free to keep reading to find out why qualified drivers are still a valuable resource. Positions Are Open The truck driving more »

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Is There Room for Career Advancement in the Trucking Industry?

January 13th, 2017 | Blog

In addition to presenting a unique lifestyle and work environment, the truck driving industry offers the opportunity to work in an industry where jobs are plentiful. There is also room to move up after you earn your CDL and break into the industry now, as long as you prove yourself capable. Here’s a look at more »

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Building a Normal Routine in Your Trucking Career

January 6th, 2017 | Blog

Pursuing a new career can be exciting, and it might take some time for you to settle in. After earning your Tucson CDL and finding a truck driving job, you’ll need to get yourself into a sleeping and eating rhythm. You should also decide how to stay in touch with your family as well as more »

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Up Close with Over-the-Road Trucking

December 30th, 2016 | Blog

When you are thinking of getting your CDL, it is a great idea to gather information about the different types of trucking jobs that are available in your area. If you have always wanted to see the countryside and explore the open highway, you may find that over-the-road trucking jobs are appealing to you. With more »

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Are You Ready for a New Career in Trucking?

December 23rd, 2016 | Blog

If you are dissatisfied with your current job, you may be ready to make a new career move. Truck driving offers fantastic pay and benefits, and will also allow you to get away from the traditional 9 to 5 workday. By attending a CDL school, you will receive the knowledge and training that you need more »

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