Who is this blog for?
Be A Tracker has the purpose of informing anyone who is having an interest in the trucking industry.
This might be anyone who is not yet a driver but is testing the waters in the trucking industry or established drivers looking to optimize their current driving experience.
Why was this blog created?
While looking for a way to make a living, you can find success stories of drivers who built their dream lives.
But that’s not everybody’s case.
Many rookie drivers have to work hard to earn a living in the trucking business. They have to learn what a truck is and what's the difference from other types of other trucks. They have to learn how to drive a truck, how to build a business in trucking, how to find loads, and many more.
There are a lot of things happening in the trucking industry. And, if you want to succeed, you have to be smart and well informed,
Often, I noticed that I waste a lot of time searching for simple answers to my questions or looking for solutions to the driver's problems about certain aspects of the trucking business.
And I thought of starting a blog about trucking where I’ll do my research, organize the information and make it easily accessible to anyone who needs it.
From the moment when you make your first steps in the truck industry, you may find yourself doing things that you didn’t do before. And lots of questions may arise.
That's when the Be A Trucker blog is going to help by giving you all these answers.
Who am I?
My name is John.
I’m the founder and editor at Be a Trucker.
I gather the information, analyze it, and write the articles that should give you general answers about the trucking industry.
I write the content and I take care of everything related to the technical part of the site, site maintenance, and the blog.
I am working for a carrier company in the tracking and tracing department helping drivers do their job well.