Roady, a handsome trucking Rottweiler, wasn’t getting much sleep.
Every night he stood guard over his owner, Tim Blevins, waiting for him to stop breathing. Blevins, a trucker from Cleveland, Okla., didn’t know he had severe sleep apnea, but several times a night Roady jammed his wet nose into Blevins’ face, startling the breath back into his lungs. When Blevins finally told his doctor about the nightly episodes, the doctor diagnosed sleep apnea and said Roady probably saved his life. “I had no idea what was going on, but Roady knew it wasn’t right,” Blevins says.
Roady, a trucking Rotweiller, dons cool shades. Tim Blevins’ (left) owner of Roady, believes his pet saved his life.
If you run a business, you may often have to transport goods from one place to another. But instead of investing in expensive trucks and freight trailers, why not outsource the task to professional transporting services? Not only will this save your resources, but you can also focus on more important business operations.
Before you acquire professional services for transportation of heavy equipment, you should know about the different types of trailers. Flatbeds and drop decks are two prominent types of trailers and here are a few tips to help you decide which option will work best for you:
If you’re into the transportation business where you move heavy equipment from one place to another, you should invest in the right trailers to make your work easier. Flatbed trailers are one of the most popular heavy equipment carriers that help you with your task.
Flatbed trailers work best for transporting construction materials, large equipment, and heavy machinery. Here are a few reasons why this type of trailer can be the right option for you:
5,000 people lose their lives every year due to accidents involving flatbed trailers. These alarming statistics suggest that trailer drivers should be more careful during driving to reduce the risk of road accidents.
While these semi-trucks have good controls, the weight of the equipment and size and speed of the vehicle lead to accidents. But with the help of the following safety tips, you can drive your trailer in a safe way and won’t endanger your own life as well as that of others: