Electronic Logs and the Owner/Operator
How the Owner/Operator can simplify the Electronic Log transition Almost everyone who works for themselves enjoys the freedom it offers. But they also experience the many hassles and costs that come with being self-employed. Owner/operators now face the responsibility to install electronic logging devices (ELDs) which can average anywhere between $200 and $2,000 per truck,
Collections From the Road
The Everyday Life of a Holland Driver In Photos From sunsets to cows crossing the road, Holland drivers see so much on the road that makes each and every day an exciting new adventure. Drivers aren’t just out there hauling freight, they’re traveling, sight-seeing, staying fit, making new connections, and so much more. Check out
Do You Speak the Trucker Lingo?
If pop culture has absorbed anything from the trucking industry, it’s trucker slang being spouted off through CB radios. Think old 70s and 80s movies like Smokey and the Bandit or Convoy. CB radios were invented in the 1940s and circulated for public use, but became particularly popular among truck drivers in the 1960s.
4 Ways Truck Drivers Keep America Moving Forward
We asked drivers to show us what kind of freight they’re hauling… and they delivered! Truck drivers haul everything from raw electrical materials to the delicious popcorn you find in your local grocery store – that’s what keeps their job so interesting! Each day brings a new adventure on the road… a new place, a
Holland Takes On Pokémon Go
Gotta Catch ‘Em All! With all the Pokémon Go craze happening since the game’s debut, we asked our drivers to capture the little critters that pop up throughout their days. Some of them hadn’t heard of the game or weren’t players to begin with, but our drivers have such positive attitudes that they said, “I’ll
12 Sights That Prove Truck Driving Is a Blast
When your office is mobile, you see just about anything you could ever imagine! We asked Holland truck drivers to share their “office” views with us this month, and we can’t believe how well they delivered. From power plants and police stations, to vast mountains and road-crossing cows, our drivers get to see it all.