Staying healthy on the road isn’t always easy, especially for busy truck drivers who often move from one route to the next without much of a break. Truck driving is a challenging job not just in terms of lifting or dealing with breakdowns that require road service but mentally and physically as well. Whether your back is aching, or you’ve put on a few extra pounds, these tips may help to get you back on track and feeling better.
Truck drivers may be able to prevent health complications by focusing on what they do for themselves every day, even while they are behind the wheel. Here are a few places to get started.
Just as you work to maintain your health, keeping your truck in good condition is also important. Breakdowns can create long hours of not getting enough sleep. You may even be at risk of a serious injury if you don’t have a well-maintained vehicle. While you can call for fast road service to get back on the road, you don’t want to find yourself skipping sleep to deal with vehicle maintenance. Plan for it in advance.
Without a doubt, STTC can help you with road service and maintenance needs. STTC offers 24/7 emergency road service when you need it. We can also help ensure your commercial tires are operating at their best, reducing your risk of an accident.
Give us a call now at 610-954-8473 or contact us online for an appointment and to ask about our road service.
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