• How a Driver Cushion Can Improve Comfort and Safety on Long Hauls

    Every long-haul trucker knows that the road can be both physically and mentally demanding. But what if there was a simple solution to improve comfort and safety during those lengthy journeys? Enter the driver cushion—a game-changer that can transform your driving experience. In this blog post, we'll delve into the health benefits of using a cushion, explore how it enhances safety, provide tips on choosing the right cushion, and, of course, introduce you to the innovative Kogler driver cushion. Get ready to revolutionize your driving experience!
  • What makes a good fleet manager

    Behind every successful trucking operation lies a skilled fleet manager who orchestrates the complex dance of logistics. But what exactly makes a good fleet manager? It takes a unique set of qualities, skills, and knowledge to excel in this role. At Kogler Inc., we understand the importance of efficient fleet management, which is why we've crafted this guide to shed light on what makes a good fleet manager tick. Join us as we explore the key attributes, strategies, and responsibilities that contribute to effective fleet management.
  • The best GPS for truckers

    In the ever-evolving world of trucking, having reliable navigation is crucial for success on the road. Gone are the days of relying solely on paper maps and guesswork. Today, truckers have access to advanced GPS systems that can revolutionize their driving experience. At Kogler Inc., we understand the importance of reliable technology for truckers, which is why we have compiled this guide to help you find the best GPS for your trucking needs. Get ready to discover the ultimate navigation companion that will guide you safely and efficiently to your destination.
  • Honoring Our Fallen Heroes: How the Trucking Industry Can Pay Tribute on Memorial Day.

    As Memorial Day approaches, our nation comes together to honor the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the military. This day holds deep significance for all Americans, and the trucking industry has a unique opportunity to pay tribute to our fallen heroes. At Kogler Inc., we believe in honoring those who have given their lives for our freedom. In this blog post, we will explore meaningful ways the trucking industry can commemorate Memorial Day and show gratitude for our fallen heroes. Let's embark on this journey of remembrance together.
  • Top 5 Features to Look for When Buying Mattresses for Your Fleet Trucks

    Have you ever wondered why a good night's sleep is essential for truck drivers? Picture this: a well-rested driver, fully recharged and ready to hit the road with renewed focus and energy. At Kogler Inc., we understand the importance of comfort for truckers, which is why we've developed a range of innovative truck mattresses. In this blog post, we'll explore the top five features to consider when purchasing mattresses for your fleet trucks. Whether you're a trucking company or an individual driver, these features will ensure that your drivers experience ultimate comfort on their journeys. Let's dive in!
  • How to become a truck driver in the US in 2023

    Becoming a truck driver in the US can be an exciting and rewarding career path for those who enjoy the open road and don't mind spending long hours driving. However, before you can start your journey as a truck driver, you'll need to know what it takes to become one. In this post, we'll discuss the steps you need to take to become a truck driver in the US in 2023.
  • How the Trucking Industry is Supporting Veterans

    The trucking industry is one of the most significant industries in the United States, and it is also an industry that has a long history of supporting veterans. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, there are approximately 3.5 million professional truck drivers in the United States, and many of these drivers are veterans. In this blog post, we will explore how the trucking industry is supporting veterans, including providing job opportunities, training programs, and other resources.
  • Machine Learning predicts the future of driver safety

    As technology advances, it's changing the way we think about safety on the roads. One exciting development is the use of machine learning to predict future risks and prevent accidents before they happen. In the world of trucking, this technology is being developed and implemented to improve driver safety. In this blog post, we'll explore how machine learning is being used in the trucking industry to predict and prevent accidents.
  • How to save money on toll

    Are you tired of spending a fortune on tolls? As you hit the road, you can’t escape the fees and charges that come with driving on highways and bridges. However, there are ways to save money on tolls without compromising on your travel plans. In this blog post, we’ll explore some tips and tricks to help you reduce your toll expenses and save money on your next trip.
  • How to become a successfull owner operator

    As of December 2021, there are 3.5 million truck drivers in the U.S., out of which 90% are owner-operators. With such a high demand for truck drivers, many citizens opt for this as a full-time career option. So, if you are also planning to be a successful owner-operator, you must comply with the following 9 points. 
  • 6 Technologies for Truck Safety

    Trucking is one of the most popular jobs in 29 states of the US and contributes a big chunk to the economy. However, the numbers of accidents and deaths recorded are also enormous. Do you know almost 500,000 truck accidents are registered in the USA annually, out of which 5,000 result in deaths? 

    Statistics like these make it more crucial to enhance the safety features in the trucks. So, here we are bringing you 6 truck technologies that ensure the better safety of your drivers. These products and features fall under the category of the advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS).

  • The ultimate guide to truck driver recruiting and retention

    At present, the trucking industry in the USA is facing a shortage of approximately 80,000 drivers. With 300,000 drivers leaving the industry each year (as per the U.S. Department of Transportation), the numbers indicate a discouraging picture.