How to Safely Back Up a Cargo Truck

There are many skills that can be learned by becoming a truck driver. However, backing up cargo trucks is an essential skill and one of the most challenging maneuvers for any truck driver. That said, not everyone knows how to do it without causing any damage. In that...

How to Change Truck Tires on the Road

It is impossible to know what will happen on the road, especially when handling cargo trucks. One of the problems that could occur while driving is a punctured tire. Without a service center nearby, what can be done? Well, you need to change truck tires on your own.  ...

Take Care of Your Trucks: Possible Causes of Oil Leaks

Unattended oil leaks can accumulate in hoses or rubber seals causing them to wear prematurely. What's more, they can cause unpleasant spots at the truck stops and are thus a danger to the environment. Worst of all, leaks inside the engine could cause a fire. This is...

How Can Truck Drivers Save Fuel

Making the most out of your truck's gas usage is the best way to achieve a better fuel economy. Not only will this let truck drivers save fuel but it will also allow them to save money, reduce climate changes and increase energy sustainability.   At the gas station It...

Essential Measures for Preventing Trucking Fatigue

No matter how professional or highly qualified the truck drivers are, they will never be able to overcome their natural need for sleep. Actually, nobody can. Bear in mind that fatigue is one of the most common causes of accidents, and preventing trucking fatigue means...

7 Rookie Trucking Mistakes to Avoid

If you’re working towards your goal of becoming a trucker, or are a rookie in the trucking industry, you probably feel a bit nervous. The most important thing is to relax and learn as much as possible. This is why we have prepared a list of common rookie trucking...

6 Tips to Conserve and Maintain Truck Batteries in Summer

Although many believe that a cold climate is much more damaging to truck batteries than high temperatures, this is just a myth – a widespread one, but a myth nonetheless. Of course, warm temperatures increase the capacity of the battery, making it easier to start the...

How to Build Strong Relationships within a Trucking Company

In order for people to perform better and give their best at their job, it’s important that they feel happy, healthy and productive. Of course, great connection with the colleagues is a must. This is true for every industry, trucking included. So, it’s essential to...

Welcome Our New Team Members!

We at Bottomley Enterprises want to use this opportunity to welcome one of our newest trucking teams, Ryan and Laura Brooks, to the trucking family. This beautiful couple is a true inspiration for everyone looking to get into trucking but fears the possible loneliness...

Why Should Truckers Use Social Media?

Of course, there are plenty of reasons why someone should be active on social media these days; the primary one being the fact that social media has become an integral part of daily life. However, there are also additional benefits that can make jobs such as trucking...