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April 3, 2020
Truck Drivers Face New Challenges Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic
Truck Drivers are Essential Workers

Truck Drivers Face Challenges that Make an Already Stressful Job, More Stressful   Many American companies are pushing for employees to stay at home as Coronavirus cases continue to climb. Stay-at-home orders are in place for Illinois, Florida, California, and New York. But, along with service workers, health care providers, and other folks with at-risk […]

April 2, 2020
Tips for Truckers to Avoid Coronavirus Infection

  What You Can Do to Stay Healthy on the Road We’ve all seen the top news stories on how to protect yourself against Coronavirus. This isn’t the basic list of suggestions that blanket the whole United States populations on what to do to stay safe. Rather, this is a list specifically for drivers on […]

March 25, 2020
Do Truckers Wear Capes?

  Do Truckers Wear Capes?   The Heroes of the Start of the Coronavirus Pandemic   As media outlets around the world race to cover vital angles of the coronavirus crisis, much attention has been paid to health care workers – and rightfully so. Truck drivers and their essential work as part of the supply […]

March 23, 2020
Tips for Truckers to Avoid Coronavirus

  Tips for Truckers to Avoid Coronavirus   Tips specific to truck drivers   We’ve all seen the top news stories on how to protect yourself against Coronavirus. This isn’t the basic list of suggestions that blanket the whole United States populations on what to do to stay safe. Rather, this is a list specifically […]

December 23, 2019
Dynamic Transit: The Year in Review

It’s that time of the year again. The time when we look back at the past year to see what we’ve accomplished. At Dynamic Transit, our 2019 year in review focuses on our employees. We couldn’t do what we do without them!     In 2019, Dynamic drivers drove 29,619,505.4 miles (as of 12-23-19 at […]

December 12, 2019
Winter Weather Essentials for OTR Truck Drivers

In less than two weeks, winter officially begins. The United States has already been hit by a couple major winter storms. And, more snow and frigid temperatures are certainly on the way. This is especially true for driving jobs that run the Pacific Northwest.   Each winter, trucking companies put drivers in the Pacific Northwest […]

December 6, 2019
How to Keep Your Cool When Others Don’t

Getting cut off by someone on the highway.  A receiving clerk demanding the on-time policy doesn’t excuse lateness – even if only by five minutes. Another truck parking too close to your door.  Hearing excessive noise in the middle of the night inside a truck stop. It may take different forms, but drivers do experience […]

November 27, 2019
Benefits of Working with a Small Business

Small Business Saturday celebrates its 10-year anniversary this week on November 30. It was created to encourage people to shop small and bring more holiday shopping to small businesses. Why? Because for every dollar spent at a small business in the United States, approximately 67 cents stays in the local community.   The following numbers prove the […]

November 21, 2019
Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse: What it Means for You

In just over a month, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) Commercial Driver’s License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse will become operational. Although most trucking companies and their drivers are well-informed about it, we’re going to break down what it means for you.   First, the clearinghouse is designed to address the problem of drivers […]

November 13, 2019
Three Key Strategies for Drivers to Reduce Stress

Everyone deals with stress. Drivers of trucks aren’t immune to it. They’re responsible for keeping cargo safe and getting it to its destination on-time. This can be especially tough with road construction, traffic congestion and unsafe weather conditions.   Stress can take different forms. It may cause some people to become easily agitated, feel overwhelmed […]