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TDMST Email Newsletter, 2018-08
August 10, 2018
Truck Drivers Money Saving Tips Email Newsletter
Issue #109, August 10, 2018
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"Because truckers know that no trucker deserves to be stung financially."
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This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending July 21, 2018. We welcome your
This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending July 28, 2018. We welcome your
This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending August 4, 2018. We welcome your
This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending August 11, 2018. We welcome your
I love trucking, but let's be honest: I am in this business to make money. The only thing I like better than making money is keeping it. There are two factors
Earn More, Save MoreDon't you hate it when a road that you're used to traveling is closed (whether due to construction or an accident)?
According to a May 29, 2018, article, major traffic delays were expected when "a stretch of I-70 in the metro Kansas City area" was scheduled to be shut down for a weekend.
In this case, area traffic was going to be detoured onto other routes.
While it is always advisable to be prepared for things like this, it invariably takes longer to go the same distance on a detour than the original routing would have taken.
That hurts a trucker's drive time.
And if a trucker is paid based on a set number of miles (not including extra detour miles), that means being paid less per hour and less per mile than the original routing would have paid.
Don't you wish that there was some stability or way to make up for the loss of that income?
On SecondIncomeForTruckers.com, you can get access to our free Second Income for Truckers Video Mini-Course and more.
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As the new school year starts in many places this month, be on your guard for vehicles shuttling students from home to school and back.
School buses may travel at slower speeds.
So, take your time in being safe around school children and their parents.
To all of our readers who are professional truck drivers, we wish you safe travels and lots of money saving opportunities on the road!
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