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

  • Looking Back: 1968: New assembly back coming in Jackon 19 Sep 2018 15:08 Daily Globe After more than 30 years in business, the Worthington's Hardee's restaurant closed its doors for good on Wednesday. The property was sold for future redevelopment. Autumn Hartwig, the 10-year owner of the local eatery and owner of six other Hardee …
  • Historic Pittstown Train Station protected with tarps 19 Sep 2018 14:44 NJ.com A long-time goal to cover the 1891 Lehigh Valley Railroad passenger terminal in Pittstown with tarpaulins to help protect it from the weather has been accomplished. Rural Awareness, Inc., a non-profit organization in Franklin Township, coordinated the …
  • Facebook is letting job advertisers target only men 19 Sep 2018 14:23 Arc Technica Hundreds of thousands of Americans drive for Uber. And the company is looking for many more. It runs ads on Facebook that say, for example, “Driving toward something? Make extra money when it works for you and get there faster.” Another touts, “Earn $1, …
  • TomTom Bridge Hub to Power Connected Navigation & Professional Mobility Services 19 Sep 2018 13:47 Odessa American HANNOVER, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 19, 2018--IAA Hannover -- TomTom ( TOM2 ) today announced that its vehicle-integrated TomTom Bridge Hub platform has been chosen by Daimler Trucks to provide navigation and vehicle data to drivers, globally. Now …
  • Editorial: Transportation needs fueling state proposals 19 Sep 2018 13:44 The Reporter Whether they are sitting in traffic during a busy commute or sitting in the Capitol building in Sacramento, there aren’t many Californians who think the states highways, bridges and streets don’t need fixing. How to set priorities and, more importantly, …