Top products from r/Truckers

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u/TheBuddha777 · 1 pointr/Truckers

For me the biggest barriers are weather and my irregular schedule. Sometimes it's just too windy, cold, or rainy to do anything outside. Some days I feel like working out but don't have time. Other days I have the time but don't feel like working out. So three variables have to come together: weather, free time, and energy level.

Lately I've been doing better though. I started doing isometric exercises in the truck, which I can do in any weather (I have a Steel Bow and Iso Bow). If the weather's nice I use my pushup stands and dumbbells, along with jumping jacks.

The food, though - obtaining healthy food is a definite problem.

u/larswo · 7 pointsr/Truckers

Elon mentioned before that they were doing some sorts of uphill climbs with a semi prototype. I think it was sometime in the Spring of this year.

You mentioned earlier that he is a salesman, and while he is the CEO of huge companies, you have to remember this guy has University degrees in physics and engineering. He got his hands dirty while working at Tesla and SpaceX when both companies were still young.

Judging from your comments you're more of a Tesla fan than a Musk fan, but I highly recommend reading his book. There are tons of things to learn about him and how he conducts business for the good and bad parts. I got it last year for Black Friday at a discount and since that is coming up, it might be a good option for some Christmas reading if you like that.

u/gatowman · 6 pointsr/Truckers

Study, I dunno. I like to listen to books about nuclear science, nuclear power, weapons, accidents and the like while I'm driving. I don't do many fiction books.

While it may not be studying, learning about the world around you can help expand your mind and keep it active while you're focusing on the road. I've listened to these books a few times over by now.

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u/CaptainHunt1701 · 2 pointsr/Truckers

Becoming A Truck Driver: The Raw Truth About Truck Driving:: Thinking Of Becoming a Truck Driver? You MUST Read This Book First.

Read this first. It's a great book alot of insight on the world of trucking.

u/work_login · 1 pointr/Truckers

I have this one in my truck and cars and I love it.

But make sure you get a high endurance card! The regular or ultra cards won't cut it and will crap out within months.

u/standardguy · 1 pointr/Truckers

If you have a way to power a crockpot that's the way to go. You can make a weeks worth of meals for under 20 bucks and it'll blow the pants off any fast food taste wise plus much healthier.

Had to buy a new car recently so had to tighten the budget, was blow away with how much I was spending on food. Check this out

u/F--K_the_mods · 6 pointsr/Truckers

Use a garbage bag before sitting down. Then take bag to dumpster.

Get a real seat. Much easier.

u/senorbolsa · 1 pointr/Truckers

Merrel mocs, comfortable slip ons, rounded heel, dont look stupid, I like the gun smoke color, goes with everything. Go through a pair a year, you can find them cheaper but here they are.

Also have a pair of timberland steel toes I've had for 5 years with regular but not daily use.

u/GitRightStik · 1 pointr/Truckers

Buy one of these. The spiral bound is much better.
I spent 8 years in the medical field. I feel your pain. Be prepared to work 60 hours per week, schedule will not be reliable.

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/Truckers

Feel free to bother. I'm home and bored out of my fucking mind.

Dont tell the school or the company anything. They dont need to know that. might be an inconvenience. you'll be able to stop at truck stops or rest areas 9 times out of ten just about whenever you want. But I'd reccomend you buy something like this

And keep a few strong trash bags on the truck in case of emergencies. Set up the bucket, line it with a trash bag, do your business and then throw away the bag asap.

I have one but I've only had to use it a couple times.
It's a life saver.

u/TexasTrucker1969 · 1 pointr/Truckers

Getcha one of these and mount it to a sturdy 2*4. Then use big u bolts or even straps to attach that to the frame. Another strap to hold the back tire down and your done.

Delta Bike Hitch Pro Locking Fork Mount with Lock

u/brandiniman · 2 pointsr/Truckers

I just did, the /r/dashcam pick is this one:

They also sell a suction cup mount if you change trucks periodically.

u/tobisowles · 1 pointr/Truckers

If your cat will tolerate it, get her this(amazon link). We got one for the spare box, a few of our dingbats can't figure it out but the ones who do use it, oh man so much less mess. They come in other sizes as well, you should be able to find something that fits your truck.