The summer solstice is a special day for many as it means the start of the summer. The First Day of Summer 2016 (Summer Solstice) is on Monday, June 20. Hot Summer means, the sun coming in through the driver’s side window of a truck can feel great when out on the open road, however it’s important to take heed of driving tips for driving in summer.
“Summer Is Here, Let’S Give A Big Cheer!”
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The Heat is On! Take Care.
There’s much more traffic on the road during the summer months, so make sure you’re staying safe on the road and practicing safe driving procedures. Be healthy and have healthy food, Healthy Truckers Means Safer Drivers. Take stock of some important Summer Safety Tips.
Clothing: Wear protective clothing like long sleeves, hats, and sunglasses to protect your skin from the sun’s rays.
Sunscreen: I know it may seem like a pain, but the best way to prevent skin cancer is by using sunscreen. Lotions rated 15-30 usually block most harmful rays. Apply it on your arms and face before beginning the day.
Window covers: Another option is installing window film on your truck windows to block out some rays. While dark tints are not generally allowed, there are some clear films that still help to block UV rays, like 3M’s Crystalline Automotive Film. Remember to check with your carrier first on whether things like this are allowed or not.
Sun sleeves: A sun sleeve is basically what it sounds like — a sleeve to put over your arm when in the sun to protect it from UV rays.
Staying Hydrated: During the summer, it’s important to remember to stay hydrated, especially if you’re going to be outside for long hauling on busy roads.
The summer months can be a dangerous time for both the driver and the truck, so it’s important to take heed of these tips for driving in summer. Wish you Safe and Happy Trucking.