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TDMST Email Newsletter, 2019-06
June 14, 2019

Truck Drivers Money Saving Tips Email Newsletter

Issue #119, June 14, 2019



Featuring content from and supporting:

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"Because truckers know that no trucker deserves to be stung financially."

  • 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.



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Important Notice


  • Goodbye, Truckers Savings App

    Thanks to everyone who supported and installed our Truckers Savings App (either version).

    We have determined that there is not as much demand for our content through our app as through other platforms.

    Therefore, we will be unpublishing it on June 15, 2019.

    If you have it installed on your mobile device, please uninstall it.

    All of the functionality that has been available through Truckers Savings App is available through our website and social media channels.



  • Next Month: A Milestone

    If you've been monitoring our email newsletter, we will be achieving a milestone in July.

    Stay tuned!




 

Media


TDMST Weekly Round-Up: 2019.05.18

This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending May 18, 2019.



TDMST Weekly Round-Up: 2019.05.25

This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending May 25, 2019.



TDMST Weekly Round-Up: 2019.06.01

This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending June 1, 2019.



TDMST Weekly Round-Up: 2019.06.08

This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending June 8, 2019.



TDMST Weekly Round-Up: 2019.06.15

This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending June 15, 2019.






 

Earn More, Save More

More and more continues to be written about autonomous or driverless trucks, including what was covered in a May 21, 2019, article:

Autonomous truck company, TuSimple, believes they will meet their stated goal of beginning to replace America's truck drivers by the end of 2020...

If "truck drivers... currently employed by the United States Postal Service (USPS)" -- a government entity -- can be replaced with driverless trucks, it follows that what the U.S. government warned could also be true:

900,000 Truck Drivers Could Lose [Their Jobs] To Autonomous Trucks.

In case you don't think it could ever happen to you, we never would have thought -- prior to CSA -- that it was possible for a trucker to be "pointed out" of the trucking industry based on too many vehicle violations.

However, there is good news: you can start to prepare for or with replacement income right now.

Learn more about earning a second income as a trucker from the cab of your truck.




 

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Be on your guard when driving near large recreational vehicles and vehicles hauling camper or boat trailers, especially during the summer months.

Some non-CDL drivers or haulers of these units do not have much experience with combination vehicles having dimensions wider or longer than their personal passenger vehicles.

Also, some non-CDL holders do not properly connect the lights from their power units to their connected trailers, thus making it harder to notice when their vehicles are slowing or stopping.

Aim to maintain awareness of where these units are on the road around you, in order to avoid a collision.

To all of our readers who are professional truck drivers, we wish you safe travels and lots of money saving opportunities on the road!

Best regards,

Mike and Vicki Simons, Owners
NKBJ InfoNet, LLC

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