Recent Posts
Oct 17
Those of us in the trucking business are lucky to take part in an industry that serves the country as whole, but none of us would have gotten that chance if not for the brave men and women who’ve sacrificed for us as part of our nation’s military. [More]
Oct 09
How often have you pulled up to a shipper or receiver’s yard, only to be left waiting for hours to get loaded or unloaded? Getting compensated for that detention time is a problem a lot of small carriers or any other driver getting paid by the mile, because extra time spent at the loading docks doesn’t put extra paid miles under the tires. [More]
Sep 24
It’s a point we’ve made plenty times before, but driving is just a part of the trucking business. Another part of the business is IFTA, which requires that carriers file fuel taxes four times a year. In order to file, you have to keep detailed mileage and fuel records, which includes saving all fuel receipts (or tickets for bulk fuel purchases), odometer readings, dates, and miles/kilometers for the state or province you traveled through. You also have to keep these records for four years. [More]
Sep 17
We're always looking for ways to make the Getloaded load board even better, and your suggestions are key to the latest and greatest version of Getloaded. With Getloaded Version 3, we took the feedback we were getting from drivers and ran with it, adding tools designed to help you find the loads you want. [More]
Sep 12
Getloaded might be chock full of trucks made for hauling – everything from reefers, vans, and flatbeds to cargo vans, lowboys, hopper bottoms – but do you know who’s credited with building the first semi-truck? [More]