Henry "H.G." Frautschy of Oshkosh, Wis., is completing his first year as a Schneider driver. Previously he served as the editor of EAA's Vintage Airplane magazine, and the Executive Director of the Vintage Aircraft Association. A longtime private pilot and FAA-rated mechanic, he enjoys writing about ground and air-based transportation issues.
Recent Blog Posts By Henry Frautschy
Life of a Truck Driver: What an Average Day is Really Like
You see the advertisements with smiling drivers, but what is the life of a truck driver really like? One driver walks through a typical day on the job.
‘7-Second Following Distance? Really?!’ — A Truck Driver’s Perspective
Is a seven-second following distance reasonable for truck drivers? Even in traffic? A Schneider driver shares his insightful perspective.
Choosing the Right Time: Being the Patient Professional Truck Driver
A professional truck driver needs a different mindset than a motorist. Here's what it really looks and feels like to be a patient professional on the road.