Schneider Offers Driver Leaders Specifically for Your First 3 Months
Getting into a truck by yourself for the first time can be daunting. That’s why Schneider pairs you with a leader who specializes in helping new drivers.
Video: Driving on Schneider's Viracon Glass Hauling Dedicated Account
Hauling glass for Viracon is one of Schneider's most unique, high-paying Dedicated accounts. Watch the video and learn more about this unique
Schneider Driver Captures His Adventures Through Photography
Elliott Connor found the perfect job for him when he began driving for Schneider. Read how he practices photography and stays healthy while on the road.
Facebook Live Chat Events: Recent Highlights and Upcoming Schedule
Schneider's Facebook chats are growing in popularity and we now hold two different types of regular live chats you can participate in.
Where Do Truck Drivers Sleep? Answers and Advice for Great Sleep on the Road
Unless you're a driver with daily home time, you'll need to master the art of sleeping between the times you're driving. This info and advice will help.
Driving and Sleep Apnea: How Sleep Apnea Testing Leads to Safer Roads
Sleep apnea affects 1 in 5 Americans. Learn how Schneider combats this disorder to ensure the health and safety of its drivers and the motoring public.
Shifting Gears to Automated Transmissions: A New Generation of Trucks
Schneider passes the halfway mark for adopting the new automated transmission technology in its fleet.
The Singing Trucker: Schneider Driver Moonlights as Singer-Songwriter, Author
Multi-passionate Schneider driver Herrington is also an author, singer-songwriter and volunteer. Learn how he makes it all work with life on the road.
Being Married to a Truck Driver: Linda Wyatt's Advice From 50 Years as a Trucker's Wife
Linda Wyatt has supported her husband Bob in his career for nearly 50 years. Learn about her experience as a truck driver’s wife.
Schneider, State Patrol Show Semi-Truck Blind Spots at Public Safety Day
Thousands of people received an eye-opening demonstration of what truck drivers can — and cannot — see during the recent Public Safety Day.