May 31, 2022

Women in Trucking – Meet Whitney

.“Learning trucking is more than just getting your license. It’s being trained to watch ten things at one time. It’s being kind and courteous, caring about everyone on the road, and not just making the dollar.” – Whitney


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June 29, 2022

Where Will I Sleep?

Finding Open Rest Stops Has Become a New Challenge for Truckers Every job has its own set of challenges but what if one of those challenges affects your ability to even do your job in the first place, like “where will I sleep”? That’s the problem a lot of truckers are currently facing as rest […]


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June 24, 2022

Women in Trucking – Sharing the Joy in the Journey with Beth Goss

Whether working as a homeschool parent or reinventing herself as a CRST Expedited Truck Driver, Beth Goss keeps joy and gratitude central in her day to day.

“Even when things are frustrating, my job is so much fun. I love traveling this beautiful country — it’s breathtaking. My keys to succeeding every single day are enjoying the journey, being thankful, and respecting the people I meet.”


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May 16, 2022

Does Driver Retention, High Turnover Rates Matter

When someone is searching for a new company to work at, and they see high turnover rates, they often consider it a red flag. But with the job market being what it is right now, is that still the case? Trucking job openings are at an all-time-high thanks to increasing demand over the last few […]


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April 20, 2022

Trucking with a Dog

Trucking with a Dog: Things You Should Know Before Taking Fido on the Road We all know now how common it is for truckers to experience feelings of loneliness on the road. Being away from loved ones for days, or even weeks, at a time can take a toll on mental health. It’s tough for […]


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March 17, 2022

Truckers Against Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is one of the unfortunate realities that truck drivers may encounter at some point in their career. There are roughly 24 million victims worldwide, and with human trafficking being reported in all 50 states, it’s clear that this is an ongoing issue, and we need to play our part. So, how can truckers, […]


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March 04, 2022

Along for the Ride Podcast #16 – Expedited Solutions Driver Mentor, Tyler Jungwirth

CRST Dedicated East Solutions is highlighted in this episode. First, Dedicated East Safety Trainer, David Vavra joins us. David talks about training horses for the racetrack and what brought him to CRST. David offers some advice for new Driver Mentors and Students about fatigue.


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February 18, 2022

The Open Road Can Get Lonely: Ways to Help Truckers Combat Depression

Truck driving is a high-demand job and the open road can get lonely, because of this, along with a few other factors, truckers are more prone to experience depression. Mental health, including depression, can be a tough subject to talk about and seek help for. However, it’s incredibly important to recognize the symptoms of depression […]


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February 11, 2022

Along for the Ride Podcast #15 – CRST President & CEO, Hugh Ekberg

CRST Dedicated East Solutions is highlighted in this episode. First, Dedicated East Safety Trainer, David Vavra joins us. David talks about training horses for the racetrack and what brought him to CRST. David offers some advice for new Driver Mentors and Students about fatigue.


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February 10, 2022

How to Keep Shipments Safe and Secure

According to the latest research from Technavio, the courier and local delivery market is expected to see an increase in value of $23.18 million from 2020 to 2025, driven largely by the boom in internet shopping. While this is positive news for CRST The Transportation Solution Inc., CRST has put proper safety protocols in place to keep […]


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