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How Your Experienced Truck Drivers Can Get Proper Sleep in Madison, WI

November 4th, 2018 · No Comments

We’re told again and again the importance of a good night’s sleep, but when you run a business, that’s easier said than done. How can you possibly sleep when you have so much to do? You have orders to take, customers to keep happy, meetings to schedule… do the doctors and “health experts” think you can just drop everything to crawl into bed? While it’s a problem for you, it’s an even more serious problem for even the most experienced truck drivers on your Madison, WI, team. If they don’t get a good night of sleep, or sleep at all, they put themselves and others in danger. They could get into serious accidents that will leave you both with a long road of recovery ahead. Keep this from happening with the tips below.

Park the Truck in a Quiet, Safe Area

It goes without saying that, when you’re in a loud, chaotic area, it’s hard to close your eyes and go to sleep. Experienced truck drivers should park their trucks in quiet (and especially safe) areas for the night so they can rest. It’s also important for the bed in the truck to be comfortable. If the bed is lumpy, slanted, or just plain uncomfortable, the driver will suffer.

Block Out as Much Light as Possible

When the driver goes down to rest, they should try to block out as much light as possible. Bright surroundings can hinder sleep. If they can’t seem to block out any light, or there is still a bit of light they can’t get rid of, they can try using an eye mask. Even the most seasoned over the road drivers will know the benefits of this.

Contact Bay & Bay Transportation at (888) 801-3026 and learn about our experienced truck drivers in Madison, WI and what they can do for you.

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