Reading, writing, and 18-wheelers
New book share tips for succeeding in the truck-driving business.
You won't find a lot of scripture in The Trucker's Bible, but you will find a lot of practical advice for succeeding in the truck-driving business. Written by veteran driver Gerald Howard, the book is intended as a resource for both experienced truckers and those just getting started, covering the bases from starting truck driving school, landing your first job, and owning your own truck.
Howard shares lessons learned and earned over a 20-year career driving various types of vehicles as both a company driver and an owner-operator. "This book is intended to reduce your learning curve if you are new to trucking," Howard said in a release. "It will also help you survive the popular 'lease purchase' that so many trucking companies are using to attract drivers. This book will help you save money and reduce stress in your daily life. Even if you don't drive a truck, this book is full of insight into the life of truckers for those who are curious."
The book's publisher, Page Publishing, says The Trucker's Bible is available at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, and Barnes and Noble.
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