Archive for the ‘Semi Trucks’ Category

10 Awesome Holiday Gifts for Truckers

Thursday, December 8th, 2016
little girl giving her dad a christmas gift

Have you done this year’s holiday shopping?

Do you have a truck driving spouse, sibling, or friend? Make sure they’re well taken care of this holiday season by buying them an awesome truck driver gift. Here are a few gift ideas that every truck driver would appreciate. (more…)

The History of the Semi Truck

Friday, August 12th, 2016
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The semi truck has evolved incredibly since its inception.

Alexander Winton invented the semi truck in Cleveland Ohio in 1898, and he sold the first manufactured semi truck in 1899. The concept of the semi truck actually came about as a way to handle the delivery of Winton’s manufactured vehicles, as cars that were driven to their customers would experience wear and tear and the delivery would be quite expensive. Winton created the automobile hauler as a way to address this, and in 1899 he started manufacturing the hauler for his own and other car manufacturer’s use. Over a hundred years, the concept that Winton pioneered evolved from a two wheel semi trailer to the eighteen wheeled, three axles semi-trucks that we have today. (more…)

Customizing Your Freight Truck Interior to Make It Feel Like Home

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016
freight truck interior

Take home on the road by customizing your freight truck interior to your liking.

As a freight trucker, it can feel like you spend more than half your life in your truck. With nothing but your own thoughts and the voices on the radio to keep you company, that time on the road can get pretty tedious. Since you spend all that time in there, why not customize your freight truck interior to make it feel more comfortable and home-y? Here are some ideas to make your life on the road a little more comfy. (more…)

Freight Truck Spring Cleaning Tips

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016
freight truck spring cleaning

Be proud of the way your truck looks after giving it a thorough spring cleaning.

We made it to March! That means that, despite the fact there are snowflakes in the forecast later this week (who let that happen?!), spring is slowly but surely headed our way! You know what that means? You guessed it — it’s time for spring cleaning! Spring cleaning is a great excuse to really give your truck cabin the deep cleaning it’s been craving all winter. Here are some tips for freight truck spring cleaning to revitalize your home away from home. (more…)

Freight Shipping with Evan Transportation

Friday, September 18th, 2015

Freight-Trucking-CompanyThe Mid-Atlantic coast is known for having an active economy. With plenty of major airports, interstates, and ports, freight shipping can be easy to maneuver along the east coast. For years, Interstate 95 has provided truck drivers with the ability to successfully take part in freight shipping for a wide variety of businesses and customers. However, it is important to look for a professional freight shipping company in order to send your important stock. With Evan Transportation, freight shipping is easy and hassle-free.


The Traits of a Professional Truck Driver

Friday, September 4th, 2015

While almost anyone can easily learn how to operate a standard vehicle, not everyone can learn how to operate a truck. Because driving a tractor trailer requires such skill and patience, it is important to trust a professional truck driver when it comes to shipping your freight. You may find that there are several trucking options available to you when it comes to freight shipping, but only a handful of these options can provide you with a professional truck driver. But do you know how to determine if someone is a professional truck driver? Do you know the traits that create a professional truck driver?


Choosing a Professional Truck Driver

Friday, July 17th, 2015

Professional Truck DriverHaving the ability to properly operate a tractor trailer requires plenty of discipline, patience, and skill. While you can go online and find a number of different truck drivers available to ship your important freight, you want to make sure the truck driver you hire can get the job done properly. While it may take some practice to drive the truck, it takes a professional truck driver to get the job done.


Maintenance Tips for your Rig

Friday, July 10th, 2015

Baltimore Trucking Company Shipping Seasons

If you have ever spent any amount of time on a rig, you know a lot goes into keeping the vehicle running. With so many different components, it is important to keep up with the maintenance of your rig to ensure it is in top shape and running properly. Without proper maintenance, your rig could run into some problems while you are on your way to make a freight shipment. If you aren’t sure where to begin with rig maintenance, here are some tips:


Connected Semis: The Future of Trucking

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

In the United States, over two-thirds of the goods we consume are transported by a semi truck. This includes everything from food and building materials to consumer goods and it is safe to say that we rely on them to operate our economy smoothly. In total, the industry includes 3 million vehicles, is responsible for 9.2 billion tons of freight, and is worth over $700 billion. Although trucking has been an important part of our economy for quite a long time, some people consider it be old school, not taking advantage of technological innovation and new efficient practices. However, this could not be further from the truth. Today we will explore how the trucking industry has embraced technological progress to make freight moving safer and more efficient.


Semi Truck Technology is making trucking safer and more efficient


Thin-Oil for Virginia Trucking Companies

Monday, February 23rd, 2015

Oil for a Virginia Trucking Company is the second-most important resource behind trucks.  As what literally keeps business running smoothly, oil is a precious resource that drives a large portion of local and national economies.  So when fuel economy becomes an issue, then companies need to consider changes in order to keep business progressing at a strong pace.

Thin-Oil (more…)