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How do you get to your vacation destination? Do you drive your own car? Do you take a rental car? Do you take a bus, train or plane? There are so many great options for getting from one place to another, so, how do you know which means of transportation to take for your vacation? I created this blog with the hopes of giving myself a better idea of what my family could do to make our vacations even more fun and affordable. Hopefully, all of my research will help you and your family get away and enjoy yourselves even more.

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Hitting The Road: A Gift Guide For New CDL Drivers

When a loved one gets their CDL license and secures a job driving over-the-road, it's time to shop for a care package to help them get started with confidence. It can be hard to know what's helpful for them in the truck because it's hard to know what's really useful and what's going to just take up valuable space. Here are a few tips to help you choose items that will be worth the space they require in the cab.

Bluetooth Phone Headset

Most truck drivers rely on a hands-free device or speakerphone to communicate with their load dispatchers, the customers they're delivering to and their families. Since most states have laws in place requiring drivers to be hands-free when talking on the phone, a high-quality Bluetooth headset may be one of the most useful gifts you can give. Opt for a headset that includes noise-cancelling features, that way it drowns out the sound of the truck and the surrounding traffic when they're talking.

Another feature to look for is battery life. Truck drivers need a headset that has a long talk time and as long a stand-by time as possible. This minimizes the time required to charge the headset, which is beneficial. In addition, look for something that charges on a power adapter that plugs into the truck's open power plugs.

Travel-Sized Appliances

Travel-sized slow cookers are great for those who spend their time on the road. Not only do these slow cookers plug directly into the power port in the truck, they allow drivers to eat home-cooked food without having to be on their downtime to cook. You can find them in several different sizes, so it's easy to get one that works for your loved one's appetite.

Along with the slow cooker, you should think about a small travel-sized refrigerator. This allows the driver to store fresh ingredients and keep them cold while they're on the road. That way, the slow cooker will come in even more handy because it's not limited to just canned foods. It's also easier to keep drinks on hand, which minimizes the need for stops.

Entertainment

Since over-the-road drivers are on strict schedules for downtime and breaks, another thing you might want to consider is personal entertainment options. Look to streaming service subscriptions, portable DVD players with DVDs, a tablet with a wireless subscription and even an e-book reader with a subscription to an unlimited e-book service.

Talk to professionals, such as East Coast Driver Solutions, for more information.