I know what you’re thinking. I’m the type of guy that likes to get on the computer at least once a day, and I’m always trying to improve my internet speed. But the truth is that my internet speed is pretty slow, and I find myself spending more time than I want to on the internet. Why? Because there are a number of websites that are designed just for the trucks that I work with.
I have not had internet access in my truck since the internet went down. I just keep thinking of everything I need to do with my truck and don’t want to mess that up. I have to admit I’m not a big fan of sitting in the truck for hours on end, waiting for internet to come back up. I’m looking forward to the internet coming back up soon, though.
This summer I was asked to write an article about how to make the best use of your internet connection while on the road for truckers. First of all, I think it’s important to note that I don’t believe truckers are the most tech-savvy bunch of people.
I will never forget the day I picked up a truck and drove it to work. All of a sudden I realized that I didn’t know how to drive. I was driving a truck that was going 95 miles an hour to work. I know that sounds insane, but it was the first time I ever sat in the driver’s seat of a truck.
What is so great about the internet for truckers is that it is a tool that allows the owner of a vehicle to manage their business. A trucker can manage a fleet of different types of vehicles, including pickup trucks, SUVs, vans, and even boats, all from a single website. This type of tool is valuable for drivers like myself who want to make sure that their fleet is well-organized and has the tools they need to operate smoothly and efficiently.
A trucker’s lifestyle is far different from that of other occupations. The work takes place in a very regulated environment and the hours are usually much more restrictive than on a typical job.
Since the dawn of the internet, when it was still just a concept, there have been millions upon millions of miles of cables connected to landlines and cell phones to connect different parts of the world. With all of this bandwidth, it’s easy to forget about the internet for truckers.
As a trucking professional I am a huge fan of internet, but we have to be honest with ourselves and realize that we don’t always use it for trucking. We might be doing our jobs, but we rarely do the internet. That said, I know of a lot of truckers that use it to get information and ideas.
The internet is everywhere. The internet itself is actually an invention of humanity. For a very long time, we have lived in caves with only the internet as our means of communication. As technology has evolved, our internet connection has gotten increasingly faster and more reliable. But, sometimes our internet connection is just as slow and unreliable as our old “cave” internet connection.