WWW.TruckInfo.Net is a trucking resource guide that has a number of unique sections above and beyond the typical load boards, driver wanted ads, and “equipment for sale” ads.
The government agency section has many links to websites the USDOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, US Customs Service, Federal Highway Administration, and the EPA. It also has state DOT links for all the states and state senator contact information.
The trucking association section has links to many organizations like the American Trucking Association, Citizens for Truckers Rights (set up by the trucker’s wives to enact positives changes to the trucking industry) to the Midwest Truckers Association who can help with areas like drug and alcohol testing and insurance.
The truck stop directory sorts truck stops by type (Flying J, Pilot, Petro, TA Travel centers, and many more) and lists the type of amenities they provide like restaurants, lodging, barber shop, scales, game rooms, # of showers, # of parking spaces, etc. This can be helpful for movers and truckers with a certain type of fuel cards to verify where the nearest participating truck stop is located.
The truck parts directory lists part sections, alphabetically from aftermarket parts to wheels and then lists possible vendors. There are also sections on what’s new in trucking, safety products directory, cost per mile calculator, license cost per state, Top 10 issues that the trucking industry face, weather and traffic maps and much more. So if you’d like to take a look and see what it has to offer, click on www.truckinfo.net and see if it can be of help as a resource.