The family-oriented atmosphere at Carter Express supports and celebrates father and son driving teams for Father’s Day.
Before there were electric signals, truck drivers used hand signals to communicate with one another and other motorists on the road. The advancement of technology has made many of these signals obsolete, but others have stood the test of time. Whether it’s by hand or by lights, do you know what another truck driver means when they signal to you?
Darin Pope, a professional driver with Carter Express, made an unexpected stop that potentially saved a life.
Check out this list of five things professional class A truck drivers should be doing to maintain a good work life balance.
The first year in a new job can be fun and exciting, but it can also consist of some learning curves, stress, and time of adjustment. This is definitely true for new professional truck drivers. Wouldn’t it be great to hear from someone who has been in the driving industry for a long time and knows the ropes?
At Carter Express, drivers work with one of three types of tractors depending on the types of load assignments they have. As their names suggest, Yard Tractors, Day Cab Tractors, and Condo Sleeper Tractors are built for different kinds of routes and operations.
To help your trips be as comfortable and safe for you as possible, we have developed a packing guide of ‘must-have’ items for truck drivers. With this guide, we hope that you feel prepared and have peace of mind as you hit the road.
This month, Carter Express is pleased to honor their trainers. During training at Carter, the ultimate goal, according to one driver trainer is to “make drivers want to stay and work with Carter and make them feel comfortable.” The trainers help to accomplish this in many ways.