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The following paragraphs contain helpful suggestions on what to include when writing reviews submitted to Truck-Drivers-Money-Saving-Tips.com.

That is, these are suggestions that we prefer to see in the four different types of reviews on our site:

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We ask for reviews with as much detail as possible for the sake of credibility and trustworthiness. We realize that asking for too much information can discourage submissions. That's why we point to these as suggestions to guide your review writing process.








Suggestions for Writing Product Reviews

Please provide your name, the number of years you've been a professional driver, and the type of truck you drive (example: Freightliner Cascadia hauling a dry van).

In your product review, we prefer to see this kind of detail (noting that not everything listed will apply to every product being reviewed).

  • the full name of the product;
  • product specifics such as its model number, ISBN number, size, volume, weight, color, cover, etc.;
  • the date on which you bought it (or as close as you can get);
  • if necessary, the power source required to operate it and its wattage;
  • the manufacturer's or author's description (such as may appear on its packaging) and whether or not you found it to be accurate;
  • the manufacturer's warranty and/or any additional warranty that was available (not necessarily that you bought);
  • a general description of where you bought it (example: truckstop, department store, small retail shop, office supply store, etc.),
  • the price you bought the product for and whether you feel it was worth less than what you paid, was priced exactly right, or was worth more than what you paid;
  • what you were expecting the product to do and whether or not it met your expectations;
  • whether or not the item is for seasonal use (example: snow chains are for use only in the winter and when the road is impassable without them);
  • the use(s) you gave it, the circumstances under which you used it, your experience(s) with it, and whether or not you would buy it again or recommend it to others;
  • any items that were required to make the product work (such as propane gas, electricity from a 12-volt outlet or electricity via inverter);
  • anything noteworthy regarding product assembly or installation, especially any tools that were required and how long it took to assemble or install it;
  • any applicable and related links, such as to the manufacturer's website;
  • any and all pros and cons you can think of regarding the product;
  • if you had a bad experience with the product, please specify whether or not you took it back for a refund or exchange within the return period and stated to the cashier or manager why it did not work for you; and
  • an overview of how you feel this product could save professional drivers money.







Suggestions for Writing Service Reviews

Please provide your name, the number of years you've been a professional driver, and the type of truck you drive (example: Freightliner Cascadia hauling a dry van).

In your service review, we prefer to see this kind of detail (noting that not everything listed will apply to every service being reviewed).

  • the name of the service;
  • the date and time when you bought the service (preferably within the last 90 days);
  • where you bought it (such as "XYZ Truckstop, exit 21 on I-999 in Statename);
  • a description of the full service you requested or ordered;
  • a description of the service you received;
  • anything required on your end to make the service work (apart from your truck);
  • the service provider's description (if available) and whether or not you found it to be accurate;
  • the price you bought the service for and whether you feel it was worth less than what you paid, was priced exactly right or was worth more than what you paid;
  • what you were expecting the service to do and whether or not it met your expectations;
  • whether or not the service is available only seasonally (example: having someone apply chains to your truck's tires before you go up a grade where chains are required);
  • the length of the service agreement (or contract period);
  • any fees that you felt were exceptionally high or low;
  • any terms or conditions that you felt were exceptionally lax or restrictive;
  • your experience(s) with the service, and whether or not you would buy it again or recommend it to others;
  • anything noteworthy regarding the service;
  • the title of the person providing the service (name not necessary if review is generally negative);
  • any applicable and related links, such as to the service provider's website;
  • any and all pros and cons you can think of regarding the service; and
  • if you had a bad experience with the service, please specify whether or not you spoke to a member of management, explaining the problem, and giving the business an opportunity to make it right; and
  • an overview of how you feel this service could save professional drivers money.





Suggestions for Writing Truck Parts Reviews

Please provide your name, the number of years you've been a professional driver, and the type of truck you drive (example: Freightliner Cascadia hauling a dry van).

In your truck part review, we prefer to see this kind of detail (noting that not everything listed will apply to every truck part being reviewed).

  • the full name of the part;
  • part specifics such as its model number, ISBN number, size, volume, weight, color, cover, etc.;
  • the date on which you bought it (or as close as you can get);
  • the manufacturer's or author's description (such as may appear on its packaging) and whether or not you found it to be accurate;
  • the manufacturer's warranty and/or any additional warranty that was available (not necessarily that you bought);
  • a description of where you bought it (name of business and location),
  • the price you bought the part for and whether you feel it was worth less than what you paid, was priced exactly right, or was worth more than what you paid;
  • what you were expecting the part to do and whether or not it met your expectations;
  • the use(s) you gave it, the circumstances under which you used it, your experience(s) with it, and whether or not you would buy it again or recommend it to others;
  • anything that was required to make the part work that didn't come with the part;
  • anything noteworthy regarding part assembly or installation, especially any tools that were required and how long it took to assemble or install it;
  • any applicable and related links, such as to the manufacturer's website;
  • any and all pros and cons you can think of regarding the part;
  • if you had a bad experience with the part, please specify whether or not you took it back for a refund or exchange within the return period and stated to the cashier or manager why it did not work for you; and
  • an overview of how you feel this part could save professional drivers money.







Suggestions for Writing Truck Stop Reviews

Please provide your name, the number of years you've been a professional driver, and the type of truck you drive (example: Freightliner Cascadia hauling a dry van).

In your truck stop review, we prefer to see this kind of detail (noting that you may be writing on just a specific aspect of what the location offers).

  • the full name of the truck stop (if you want to review more than one, please do so individually);
  • what gave rise to your visit to this location;
  • what part or parts of the business you are reviewing (such as fuel islands, parking lot, showers, travel store, restaurant, etc.);
  • the date on which you visited the location which prompts your review;
  • what you expected and whether or not the location's provision met your expectations;
  • any special notation about weather conditions or seasonal needs you may have had;
  • your experience and whether or not you would visit the location again or recommend it to others;
  • anything noteworthy about the location;
  • any and all pros and cons you can think of regarding the truck stop you are reviewing;
  • if you had a bad experience at this truck stop, please specify whether or not you immediately spoke with a member of management and gave the business an opportunity to make it right; and
  • an overview of how you feel this location could save professional drivers money.







We have provided these suggestions as a guide to help you write credible and trustworthy reviews (the type that other professional drivers can believe and learn from).

Throughout our site, you'll notice that we use lots of images to document and describe what we have done. The old adage that "a picture is worth a thousand words" is perhaps our strongest suggestion for inclusion with your review.

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Please use as many of these suggestions as you feel comfortable with in writing your review. (You may submit as many reviews as you like!)

Thank you for taking these suggestions to heart as you write your review(s) on:

We look forward to receiving your review and publishing it on our site!

Did you know that you as a professional truck driver can write a review -- like the one on or linked from this page -- to help other truckers in the worldwide trucking community? You can even earn money in so doing.






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