As a professional truck driver, you understand that not only does your body need the proper rest to keep you alert on the road, your truck needs downtime to keep it at top performance. This means setting time aside for truck maintenance and repair. At Cowboys and Engines, LLC, we understand your concern for your most prized possession, your truck. It is what keeps your business thriving and food on the table. Aside from committing to a routine maintenance schedule, the best way to avoid finding yourself sitting on the side of the road waiting for a repair vehicle is to take care of your rig.
While you may feel that every second off the road is lost money, consider the alternative. It really doesn’t take much to ensure your truck is performing at its best. Most of the smartest and safest habits are simply common sense. Here are ten tips to keep your rig running at great between service visits:
Tips for Safe Truck Driving
At Cowboys and Engines, we appreciate the integral role truck drivers and owner-operators play in sustaining the Texas economy. We also understand how demanding the truck driving industry is in many ways—financially, physically, and emotionally. Our desire is for you to be safe on the road and feel as comfortable behind the wheel as possible. So, we sat and wrote down some tips for avoiding accidents and injuries and want to share them with you. You deserve to come home in one piece, and better yet, your family expects you to return from whatever run you are making.
Here is what we came up with to ensure you have a safe haul:
We decided it was finally time to put out our own blog! We felt the need to share our expertise and ninja tricks about diesel trucks and heavy equipment. That's what you came here for, right? Ninja skills...
We hope you find the information useful and the blog articles entertaining if nothing else.
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