| Issue #36 | July 13, 2012
Drivers Money Saving Tips
We provide real world
tips that help professional truck drivers save hard-earned money and
personal reporting about products and services for use on the road.
We've developed our
unique website as a place to share the tips we have learned through the
years -- and where other professional drivers can do the same. In other
- IdleAir Gift Cards Giveaway
We're giving away three (3) $5 IdleAir Gift Cards
in July. Just "like" us on Facebook, tweet your favorite truck driver
money saving tip and agree to review the service in 30 days when you
register to win.
- Are You Going to GATS?
If you plan to attend the Great American Trucking Show (GATS) and if
you're interested in exhibitor freebies and giveaways, then you'll want
to keep up with what we publish, just like we did before the 2012 Mid
America Trucking Show (MATS).
- Feedback Wanted on Trucker Apps
for Android and iPhone
Truckers with Smartphones know that apps are all the rage. On May 22,
we were asked if we were ever going to have an app for
Android and iPhone. That's where we need your feedback.
What kind of apps do our readers want and need? We don't want to
spend our time and money creating apps that no one will download and
Please suggest the kind of truck drivers money saving tips mobile app
you'd like to see us make (that hasn't already been created by someone
else) -- and which operating system you'd like to see it run on --
the form near the bottom of our Trucker
Apps page. Thanks!
- Get and Share
Great Money Saving Tips for Truck Drivers
Every professional truck driver has a story about saving money or
spending too much money in trucking. While we share our own successes
bone-headed mistakes on our website to help you, our site isn't just
about us. Our goal is for our site
to become a clearinghouse of how truckers around the world
money. Perhaps you've mastered something we haven't or you have
knowledge about something we don't.
We invite you to share
So, what's your truck driver money saving tip?
- your review of a product
marketed and sold to truck drivers,
- your experience regarding a truck
part you've used,
- your experience at a truck
- your personal experience (your
story) in dealing with money
on the road as a trucker.
- Truck Drivers Blog
Since our last email newsletter, we have posted
Drivers Blog from over 100 articles about how
truckers can save money or are being forced to spend more
money. We do the research and work so that you don't have to. While it
takes a lot of time and all of the content is free, we are honored to
serve you in this way.
If you prefer, you can use your favorite news feed reader to read our XML
file. By subscribing to the news feed, you can see the most
recent posts on our web page linked above.
- Do You Like Our Content? Please
Spread the Word.
If you find value in our website, social networking outlets, news feed
email newsletter, please spread the word in whatever way is most
convenient for you. (Please support our sponsors, too.) We constantly
seek to over-deliver
value to help professional truck drivers worldwide
save money. So we suggest that you
Reader Submitted Content
about keeping in touch.
I am looking at going back into the trucking industry
after apx 13 years of working in an office. I used to drive OTR for apx
5 years but that was long
trying to find a dealer that sells tracking and
curtains for a freightliner columbia 2006. Mine came without one. can
you help? ----- Response from Vicki:
Hey Mike and Vicki, I've found it helpful to set aside
all change from purchases made with cash in a glass jar for a year and
then count it up and use
If you know of news that helps truckers save money -- or
truckers to spend more money -- would you please let us know? We're
only a tweet
post away. Thanks.
To all of our readers who are professional truck
drivers, we wish you safe travels and lots of money saving
on the road!
Mike and Vicki Simons, Owners
NKBJ InfoNet, LLC
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