We pass them everyday running down the highways and byways of our nation. But what do we know about trucks and the men and women that drive them. Here at A Truckers Life, we aim to change that. Get to know the drivers behind the big rigs that drive our nation.

Spend some time chatting with them, learning about them and get advice from them. Truck drivers know that best places to park for the night, get a fresh home cooked meal, or just find the best place to visit as you are traveling through a town or city. ​​

Trucking Headlines

  • The road to a new Manawat-Hawke's Bay highway has a long way to go 21 Apr 2019 15:21 Auckland News ANALYSIS: The first step in the process to replace the crippled road through Manawatū Gorge has finished, but it's not a fait accompli.  Why do we need a new road? State Highway 3 through the Manawatū Gorge has been closed since April 2017, after …
  • The end is near for the Nashville Predators as we know them 20 Apr 2019 22:17 Tennessean NASHVILLE – Six days earlier, Predators forward Brian Boyle went under the knife to have his appendix removed, yet there he was on the Bridgestone Arena ice Saturday, trucking guys with a stitched-up hole in his side. That’s how important this was, this …
  • I didn't even have furniture after UB40 split left me bankrupt, says drummer Jimmy Brown  20 Apr 2019 21:55 Charleston Daily Mail Jimmy Brown, the UB40 drummer, has spoken out publicly about his bankruptcy for the first time since the band behind pop hit Red Red Wine had an 'acrimonious' split with lead singer Ali Campbell in 2008.  It left them with a string of financial …
  • Our zero-emission future 20 Apr 2019 20:10 MENAFN (MENAFN - Gulf Times) The solution to human-induced climate change is finally in clear view. Thanks to rapid advances in zero-carbon energy technologies, and in sustainable food systems, the world can realistically end greenhouse-gas emissions by mid- …
  • ‘Love thy neighbor’ 20 Apr 2019 19:52 Jacksonville Progress Sometimes, it takes a disaster to remind us just how united we are. On April 13, residents of Alto and outlying areas were in the path of what the National Weather Service survey teams described in preliminary conclusions as three separate tornadoes with …