Articles written by: David Berger

Summertime Moving: 5 Tips You Need to Know

Summertime Moving: 5 Tips You Need to Know

Although the summer months are technically winding down, that’s not to say homeowners and families across the country aren’t packing their belongings and moving to a new location. Whether the trek is short or far, home relocation is never an easy task, especially if the weather isn’t on your side….Read more

The Trucking Industry Must Adapt to Succeed

The Trucking Industry Must Adapt to Succeed

Despite the recent suggestions that the trucking industry is in decline due to increased regulations and driver shortages, a new report released from the American Trucking Associations found contrary evidence. According to its “U.S. Freight Transportation Forecast to 2025,” the overall freight tonnage will grow more than 23 percent from…Read more

Show Us Your #uShiploads and You Could Win $25!

Show Us Your #uShiploads and You Could Win $25!

Transporters – it’s on your phone – now share it with us and cause some shipment envy!  Do you have a favorite shipment, one that shows you transporting sheer awesomeness? Now it can possibly earn you some cash. Share one of your favorite shipment photos via Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #uShiploads…Read more

Asleep Behind the Wheel: What’s Causing Fatigue Related Accidents?

Asleep Behind the Wheel: What’s Causing Fatigue Related Accidents?

Although the frequency of trucking accidents are relatively low compared to non-commercial crashes, the damaging effects of a semi-truck wreck are exponentially higher. The sheer size and inertia of an 18-wheeler far outweigh regular vehicles on the road, which typically don’t stand a chance against their much larger counterparts. According…Read more

The Golden State No More: The 3 Worst Things About Hauling in California

The Golden State No More: The 3 Worst Things About Hauling in California

Transporters know that every state has its ups and downs when it comes to cross-country trips. While some regions of the U.S. offer scenic landscapes accompanied by blue skies, others provide less memorable views. When it comes to hauling loads, each state has its own sets of regulations and requirements that…Read more

In-Cab Cameras: A Driver’s Best Defense

In-Cab Cameras: A Driver’s Best Defense

According to industry website TruckInfo.net, an estimated 41,000 to 45,000 traffic deaths occur every year within the U.S. Of that seemingly high statistics, 80 percent are the fault of non-commercial drivers. The accident ratio may seem low, but leaders in the freight industry want to reduce that figure even further….Read more

Hips Don’t Lie: Sturgis is a Long Ride

Hips Don’t Lie: Sturgis is a Long Ride

Being a part of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is an experience unlike any other. Whether you are a newcomer or a Sturgis veteran, it’s about having pride in your ride and being with your best buds. Riding to Sturgis is part of that, but the time commitment is a balancing…Read more

Vactrains: The Transportation Industry’s Next Revolution

Vactrains: The Transportation Industry’s Next Revolution

A recent shortage in truck drivers in the transportation industry has experts unsure of what the future may bring, but a new concept may provide a sustainable and low-cost alternative to traditional conveyance. Although it’s more of a theory than an actual reality, CNBC recently reported that an emerging technology…Read more

Craft Brewers: 3 Tips on How to Ship Your Alcohol Across State Lines

Craft Brewers: 3 Tips on How to Ship Your Alcohol Across State Lines

Even the most recreational of drinkers know that alcohol has cemented its place in American folklore over the past two and a half centuries. Major historical events such as the Prohibition Era in the 1920s attempted to outlaw beer, wine and spirits, but the government’s effort was to no avail,…Read more

The Driver Shortage: Is There An End In Sight?

The Driver Shortage: Is There An End In Sight?

There’s a shortage in the trucking industry and markets across the entire consumer landscape are feeling the aftershock. The Detroit Free Press recently reported that a combination of new federal trucking regulations, a harsh winter across the country, jettisoned fuel costs and the increased demand of products needing handling and…Read more