Mobile phone holder for truck drivers
There are various types of mobile phone holders for truck drivers in the marketplace so choosing the Best Mobile phone holder for truck drivers depends on a few factors.
The main factor when choosing a mobile phone holder is to decide where you would like it to be mounted in your truck cab.
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Celebrities who used to be truck drivers
These top 5 celebrities who used to be truck drivers found fame and fortune after being behind the wheel, truck driving is an occupation where you spend a large amount of time on your own behind the wheel of your truck.
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There are many challenges that truck drivers face everyday and having a the best trucking boots can help with important issues, like feet that become tired and sore after a long day of driving and dealing with difficult deliveries of many different types of goods.
Health and safety regulations determine what footwear a truck driver can wear, so it is essential for drivers to have work boots that protect them.
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Haulage Companies criticised by Nicola Sturgeon
The recent Snow storms that swept across Britain left many motorists stranded in there vehicles for long periods of time.
Nicola Sturgeon, The First minister of Scotland, has been accused of placing unfair blame on haulage companies for the road blockages caused by the beast from the east that resulted in thousands of motorists being stranded on the motorway for over 18 hours.
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Reasons why truckers should have a Dash Cam
While you could easily put a Dash camera in just about anything these days, it actually makes sense to have one in your truck.
We see so many acts of stupidity on the road by other drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, even animals!
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HGV DRIVERS CHECK YOUR CPC
HGV drivers need to complete a drivers CPC course to be able to drive legally on British roads.
You must do 35 hours of periodic training every 5 years to keep your CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) to drive your truck.
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