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TDMST Email Newsletter, 2019-10
October 11, 2019

Truck Drivers Money Saving Tips Email Newsletter

Issue #123, October 11, 2019



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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


  • Keep the Home Fires Burning

    Tomorrow, we (Mike and Vicki Simons) celebrate our 28th wedding anniversary!

    Woohoo!

    The Lord has blessed us in many ways, including with having a close marriage and good health.

    Just like any couple, we have had to work at making sure that there are no communication, financial or other issues that come between us -- including during those years when Mike was away from home for weeks at a time as a regional trucker.

    We share information on our site about positive encouragement between a trucker and his/her home support team, including telecommunications options and what to do on special holidays like Valentine's Day.

    If you have ideas about how to stay close to the ones you love while you're on the road as a trucker, we'd love to get your feedback.




 

Media


TDMST Weekly Round-Up: 2019.09.21

This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending September 21, 2019.



TDMST Weekly Round-Up: 2019.09.28

This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending September 28, 2019.



TDMST Weekly Round-Up: 2019.10.05

This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending October 5, 2019.



TDMST Weekly Round-Up: 2019.10.12

This is the TDMST Weekly Round-Up of news affecting professional truck drivers, written by Vicki Simons for the week ending October 12, 2019.






 

Earn More, Save More

A number of articles this week -- including this one -- revealed that the tanker division of Stevens Transport "will permanently cease all business operations on or before October 15" and that "all of the division's [nearly 600] employees are being laid off permanently".

Ouch!

We hope that these truckers had at least a little time to prepare for this transition and that other nearby trucking companies that haul tankers will offer them good-paying jobs.

However, what if the truckers can't get work in their chosen field right away?

Perhaps some of the former tanker drivers will find other types of trucking work, such as hauling dry vans instead of tankers.

You're probably aware that a number of trucking companies have stopped operations or shut down so far this year.

It's always good to have something to fall back on, including an emergency fund and a second income.




 

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Temperatures have started to fall in many parts of the USA -- and in some areas, major amounts of snow have already fallen.

You may wish to review these articles on our site having to do with winter weather:

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
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