OTR vs Regional vs L...

TweetWhen you decide you want to become a truck driver, it’s important that you weigh all of your options. For instance, did you know that you have a choice between over-the-road (OTR), regional and local trucking jobs. Let’s discuss what each of these terms mean and some of their pros and...

Define an OTR Driver Jun11

Define an OTR Driver

TweetAn over-the-road driver, or OTR driver, can be defined as a person with a transportation job which involves driving a semi-trailer truck long distances. These long-haul drivers might work regionally, or they may travel to any of the 48 states and to parts of Canada. Function OTR drivers...

Flatbed Trucking Job...

TweetFlatbed trucks are versatile options for transporting outsize loads and items needing little or no protection from the elements. A major advantage of the flatbed truck is it allows offloading without the need for a loading dock, and from any side or from overhead. This allows cranes and...

How to Get Grant Mon...

TweetWhen applying for available grants, you must be creative with your application and make your idea stand out amongst the others. Open grants change often so make sure to check back once in a while to ensure you don’t miss an opportunity. Go to the U.S. government grant website,...

What Can an OTR Driv...

TweetOver-the-road (OTR) truck drivers can take advantage of numerous deductions related to their job. Employees can deduct ordinary and necessary job expenses when filling out income tax returns, according to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). These deductions include anything that has to do...