Planning a Taxi Ride at Night? Here’s How to Stay Safe

Whether you've had a few drinks at a bar and are ready to head home or are looking for an easy way to get to the airport to catch a red-eye flight, calling a taxi is a logical choice. Riding in a cab is a smart method of transportation in a variety of scenarios, but it's always important to keep your safety in mind -- especially when you're travelling at night. Read More 

3 Ways That Hiring A Courier Service Can Actually Save You Money

When you think about hiring a same-day or next-day courier service, you might assume that you will have to spend a lot of money. Luckily, this isn't always true. There are actually a few situations in which one of these services can help you save money. If you find yourself in any of these situations, you might want to look into the potential cost savings of hiring a courier service. Not only can you save money, but you can enjoy the benefits of convenience as well. Read More 

On The Road Again? Tips For Truck Drivers Suffering From Home Sickness

From transporting retail goods to moving large pieces of construction equipment, truck driving is an important part of the world's economy. Unfortunately, it can also be a stressful type of employment due excessive hours spent on the road.  If you are a truck driver, you may be experiencing bouts of homesickness. While surprising to hear, this condition can lead to serious health problems and a possible reconsideration of your employment choice. Read More 

6 Strategies For Helping Your Party Bus Guests Avoid A Hangover

You're working out the details of the club-hopping extravaganza for your special event, including arranging for a party bus. That way, everyone can travel together and nobody in your group will be drinking and driving. Since you're helping everyone be responsible and doing your best to make this event a great time, use some proactive strategies to prevent hangovers -- or at least reduce the severity.  Keep Alcohol Off the Bus Read More