TruckingSpace is a 100% free site for everyone in the trucking industry. As truckers ourselves, we know how hard it is to make and keep the money that we earn. It is for this reason that we have made TruckingSpace a free site. Everyone has their hands in the drivers pockets for everything and we just wanted to give back to the trucking industry in our small way to show our respect for those who work so hard for so little.
TruckingSpace is for truck drivers, their families, friends, supporters, and those who want to show their support of an industry that means so much to so many. If not for the truckers, life as we know it would not be so good. This is a huge site with a large array of applications for both business and personal use.
TruckingSpace is a family friendly place where your children can come and leave you messages, chat, look around, and post. We know that life goes on while you are away and that this is one way of staying close even though you are far away. after all, we do this for our families, but being able to keep in touch this way helps to ease the loneliness and resentment of not being home to be a part of it all.
TruckingSpace offers owner operators, pilot car escorts, and other companies a lot of different modules to help your business grow. Some of our modules that might interest Business entrepreneurs are: Resumes, Jobs, Listings, Notices, Portfolio, and a lot more.
These modules will help your business by getting you noticed from the different types of search engines around the world and by other members. When the search engines pick up your post, people other than TruckingSpace members will see it and that may bring them into the site for you.
As stated previously, TruckingSpace is free to join and you can begin posting as soon as you join. We do have a few special places that you will need points to be able to use. This includes items like placing an advertisement or promoting your business. Points add up quickly though. By posting, adding images, videos, and more. You will get points for all that you do on TruckingSpace. You could also buy points through PayPal if you are in a rush, but we prefer the active participation to earn points.
On TruckingSpace.com, you can create your own personal profile. you can personalize your profile by changing backgrounds and colors, you can also pick and move the blocks you want on your profile page making it unique so that you will stand out from the rest of the TruckingSpace members. And there is no need to worry, for each profile block you can set the privacy so that only those that you choose can see your blocks. Where else can you go to have fun, chat, post in trucking boards, video chat, post pictures and videos, keep in touch with family and friends, and have freedom to be yourself.
TruckingSpace has many more modules that you can also find. You can upload your images, videos, dash-cam footage, chat with others (whether it is family, friends, or new people), try out some of our amazing recipes or add some of your own, read news, add forum posts, blogs, and so much more. All at no cost to you.
So join us today and invite those special people in your life to join also. Bring your friends and fellow drivers along for the ride. There is so much to do and life rolls along quickly. Don't miss out on times that can be shared.
A truck with a bucket-like cargo area which the front can be raised, hinging on the rear, allowing the load to slide ("dump") out of the cargo area. Often a straight truck, semi-trailers are also common. Flatbeds and refuse container trucks can often "dump", but are rarely called that
An articulated (jointed) combination vehicle, often composed of a 10-wheeled (three axle) tractor and an 4-wheeled (two axle) trailer. There are also two axle tractors, single axle trailers, and occasionally combinations with extra lift axles. In some applications a semi can pull additional full trailers (doubles and triples) with the use of a single axle or tandem axle converter dolly.  The use of the term "semi" in the name comes from the semi-trailer, a vehicle whose load is carried partly by its own axles and partly by the pulling vehicle, which is commonly included in tractor-trailer rigs.