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The D&D Driver Difference, Part 3: SUPPORT

July 29, 2016

Drivers: are you getting the support you need?

After decades in the trucking industry, we at D&D Transportation understand that our drivers require our unwavering support to do their jobs effectively. Here are just a few of the many ways we support our drivers.

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The D&D Driver Difference, Part 2: BENEFITS

May 02, 2016

Truck drivers: how much do you love your job? Are you receiving the technology, benefits, and support you deserve? At D&D Transportation, we know that if our drivers aren’t happy, we have work to do.

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The D&D Driver Difference, Part 1: TECHNOLOGY

April 05, 2016

At D&D Transportation, we offer amenities drivers don’t always consider or prioritize during either their job search. But what may seem to be minor company perks during the application process are much more—they make all the difference when it comes to having an enjoyable trucking career.

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Faces Behind the Fleet: Dena Freeman

September 18, 2015

National Truck Driver Appreciation Week is winding down, but here at D&D Transportation, we believe our nation's truck drivers and transportation industry professionals deserve appreciation all year round. It's with this sentiment that we share our first "Faces of the Fleet" story.

We begin our Q&A series with Dena Freeman, D&D's own Billing Manager. 

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10 Ways To Know If a Truck Driving Career is Right for You

July 23, 2015

It’s no secret that the trucking industry has faced some major challenges in recent years: among them, fuel cost increases, a heightened demand for trucking and, simultaneously, a tremendous driver shortage. So how do you know if a career in trucking (and the inherent lifestyle) is right for you? Here are a few things we look for, as well as success factors we’ve identified over our 35 years in business.

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