A good diet for truckers seems challenging. It doesn't have to be. It's so easy to make excuses to justify unhealthy choices. Fast food is at every truck stop and more and more fast food restaurants are starting to provide truck parking just to make it a little more convenient for us to indulge in the cholesterol, fat laden, life shortening, tasty, appetite busting menu. (Lol, still hungry?) Drink less (stopping would be ideal) sodas and sugary drinks. (including juices) Drink more water Eat more fiber Use spices and herbs that boost your metabolism Do not skip breakfast Eat 5 or more times a day Eat smaller portions Eat more fruits and veggies Cut out processed meat. A good diet plan could include an occasional visit to a fast food
Crash avoidance and bringing the vehicle to a sudden stop requires not only effective brakes, but also the ability to react swiftly and apply adequate pressure to the brake pedal. Despite this awareness, few drivers pay enough attention to the footwear that will best enable them to control their vehicle safely! In a recent survey many female drivers confessed that their choice of what to wear was based on what went best with their outfit. Female drivers are often warned of the risks of driving with high heels but why is this so dangerous? For safe driving the heel of your foot needs to be on the floor to apply the correct controlled pressure on the pedals - this requires you to use your heel as a pivot. The accelerator and brake pedals should be used with the heel on the floor. ...
MANY PREGNANT WOMEN ASK, “WHEN SHOULD I STOP DRIVING WHILE PREGNANT OR CAN I DRIVE THE WHOLE TIME?” The general answer is you never have to stop driving while pregnant. You can drive throughout your pregnancy as long as you are comfortable, can reach everything you need to in your car, and can comfortably and safely maneuver the car. Some women find they are exceptionally tired so they may stop driving while pregnant. After all driving while sleepy is akin to driving while drunk and never a good idea. Other women find that they are uncomfortable sitting in a car either because of the seat belt feeling tight across their low belly or because of the position their body is in due to the angles of the seat. For instance, in a low bucket type seat, the woman’s legs may be angled upward,
If you are one of many USA's many daily motorists or an occasional weekend driver, it's vital that you possess basic car maintenance skills, specially when these skills might help keep you safe on the road. For women in USA, there's still an important deficiency of confidence when it comes to car maintenance: as outlined by a new study by LV=, nearly four in ten (37%) admitted that they can don't feel relaxed performing any maintenance tasks over a car. That will help you feel well informed traveling and within bonnet, allow me to share five basic car maintenance tasks every woman should know. Check and top-up fluid levels Before checking your oil level, ensure your engine is powered down and cold. Start by detaching the dip stick and wiping it clean, before replacing it into the t