How can you give holiday gifts that are both thoughtful and actually useful? If you’re not especially familiar with the driving profession, that can be extra tough when buying presents for a driver. Luckily, Commercial Truck Trader has made it easy to shop for your favorite driver by putting together 19 holiday gift ideas for drivers:Continue reading “19 Holiday Gift Ideas for Drivers”
When driving days are particularly long (and most of them are), the last thing many truckers want to do is take the time to attempt a complicated recipe using their cab’s relatively simple cooking amenities. That’s why so many drivers’ dashboards are littered with fast-food wrappers, which is certainly convenient, but not very healthy. In fact, 65% of truckers say it’s hard to eat right1 and 70% of truckers are overweight or obese2. Luckily, there are easy recipes out there that use inexpensive ingredients prepared via simple instructions, which can help truckers lay off the fast-food. Plus, a nice home-cooked meal is a great way to feel at home during long-distance drives.
Below you’ll find some of our favorite recipes for cooking on the road. You’ll obviously need an APU/generator, power inverter, and likely some power-strips with surge protectors to power your amenities. You may not have tons of kitchen tools, but we’ve kept things simple – recipes on the list only require an electric skillet, hot-plate, soup-pot, blender, microwave, and/or slow-cooker. If you don’t have any one of those items, there are plenty of other recipes in the list that are still available. So without further introduction, here are 8 easy recipes for truckers: Continue reading “8 Easy Trucker Recipes for On-the-Road Cooking”