Truck drivers have reinvented the image of their industry with the use of vlogs and social media. Truckers now share their life on the road and trucking knowledge online using vlogs and social media. Here are 6 trucking vlogs you should follow.
Trucking Vlogs You Should Be Following
Nic and Carla
Meet the women drivers in an industry dominated by men. This married couple quit their jobs for trucking. They share their life on the road as professional truckers on their now-popular YouTube channel. Nic and Carla are so dedicated to trucking that they sold their possessions to live permanently on the road.
Trucker Josh Vlogs
Josh drives across Canada and the US documenting the journey on his YouTube channel. He is a beloved member of the trucking world who is following the footsteps of his trucker dad. Josh and his dog, Diesel, have thousands of followers on YouTube and Instagram. He posts new videos each week.
Trucking with Selena
Trucker Brown drives his truck all around the US while documenting his trips, and offering insight and tips on the industry. He educates his vlog fans about the trucking industry based on his experiences. Sometimes he offers a glimpse of his personal life when he is not trucking. He has over 13 million views on his vlogs. Catch up with Brown’s journey on his YouTube channel or follow his adventures through his Instagram stories.
Red Viking Trucker
Red Viking Trucker has traveled through many continents and countries. He shares daily vlog posts of his trucking journey. Red also runs a truck driver coaching consultancy for new and experienced drivers trying to get their CDL. You can follow his stories on Instagram.
This vlog is run by professional truckers. They aim to support truckers by offering tips and advice about the profession. They also review truck models. The smart trucking channel is one of the best places to learn all about trucking.
Why You Should Become a Professional Truck Driver at CDS
- Trucking offers freedom from the typical 9-5 desk job.
- You can travel the country while working on the open road.
- There is currently a driver shortage which means drivers are in more demand than ever!
- CDS offers many financial aid options to make your CDL training affordable.
- Some trucking companies offer tuition reimbursements. They will pay for your training costs!
- We will help you find a job with the trucking company that’s the best fit for you with our Job Placement Assistance program.
Now is an excellent time to start your CDL training at CDS Tractor Trailer Training. Ready to move forward? Contact us for more information.