Celebrating Love Your Pet Day with Freymiller

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In the world of trucking, where miles stretch out into the horizon, and the road becomes a second home, companionship can make all the difference. As Love Your Pet Day approaches on February 20, Freymiller prides itself on not just being a trucking company but also a haven for truck drivers – and their beloved furry friends! As Love Your Pet Day approaches, we want to celebrate the connection between truckers and their pets.

Love Your Pet Day, celebrated annually on February 20, is a perfect occasion to shine a spotlight on the unique relationships formed between truck drivers and their pets. It’s a day to acknowledge the comfort, love, and camaraderie that these four-legged companions bring to the lives of those who crisscross the country on the open road.

At Freymiller, we understand the bond between truckers and their pets beyond words. We proudly embrace a pet-friendly policy, recognizing the positive impact that pets can have on a trucker’s well-being. The benefits of a pet-friendly working environment range from reduced stress levels to increased job satisfaction.

  1. Reduced Stress: The presence of a pet has been proven to reduce stress levels, providing truckers with a sense of calm during long hours on the road.
  2. Companionship: Pets become loyal companions, making solo journeys more enjoyable and helping truckers combat loneliness.
  3. Improved Mental Health: The unconditional love and support from a pet contribute to improved mental health, creating a positive and uplifting atmosphere.
  4. Increased Job Satisfaction: A pet-friendly environment enhances job satisfaction, fostering a sense of belonging and connection within the Freymiller community.

As Love Your Pet Day approaches, Freymiller encourages our drivers to share their heartwarming stories of companionship on the road. Whether it’s a wagging tail, a friendly meow, or a soothing presence, every pet contributes to the unique tapestry of life as a trucker. Share photos of how you’re celebrating with your pet today!

Love on the Road: Eight Unique Valentine’s Day Celebrations for Truck Drivers and Their Loved Ones

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Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate love and connection and show our friends, family, and partners just how much they mean to us. It may feel difficult to celebrate while on the road, but there are still plenty of ways to stay connected with your loved ones and make this special day memorable. At Freymiller, we want our drivers to be able to make the most of every holiday. Here are eight creative and heartwarming ways for you to celebrate Valentine’s Day, even if you are miles away from home.

  1. Virtual Dinner Date: Thanks to technology, you can enjoy a virtual dinner date with your significant other this Valentine’s Day. Coordinate a time to share a meal over Facetime or Zoom, allowing you to enjoy each other’s company despite any physical distance. You could go one step further and set the mood by dressing up and creating a romantic ambiance in your cab.
  2. Surprise Deliveries: Coordinate with local florists, bakeries, or gift shops to arrange surprise deliveries for your loved one. A bouquet of flowers, a box of chocolates, or a personalized gift can bring a touch of romance and specialness to your partner’s day. To make it even more meaningful, include a heartfelt note expressing your love and appreciation.
  3. Love Letters and Voice Messages: Take advantage of downtime at rest stops or during breaks to write heartfelt love letters to your significant other. While snail mail isn’t as popular these days, there’s nothing like receiving a letter in the mail – especially from someone you love! Alternatively, you can record voice messages sharing your thoughts and feelings. Send these messages via text or email to surprise your loved one throughout the day.
  4. Plan a Day of Fun For Your Loved One: Even if you can’t be there in person, you can still create a memorable Valentine’s Day for your partner by planning a personal celebration with their friends and family. Coordinate with those close to your loved one to plan a day filled with fun activities that they’ll enjoy. This will help ensure that your partner doesn’t feel alone when you can’t be there.
  5. Plan Ahead with Care Packages: Prepare a special care package before hitting the road. Include items that remind your partner of you, such as a piece of clothing, a favorite snack, or a small keepsake. Label each item with a note expressing your love, and either let them know where to find the package or schedule it to arrive on Valentine’s Day.
  6. Collaborative Playlist: Create a collaborative playlist with your significant other. The blend feature on Spotify makes this incredibly easy. Share your favorite love songs or add tracks that hold special meaning for both of you. You can tune into the playlist while on the road, and your loved one can do the same as they go about their day-to-day activities.
  7. Surprise Visits: If your route allows, plan a surprise visit to your loved one. Coordinate with their schedule and location to make an unexpected appearance. The joy of seeing each other in person, even briefly, can make Valentine’s Day extra special.
  8. Virtual Movie Night: Choose a romantic movie or series to watch together virtually. Sync up your viewing time and use video chat to share your reactions and thoughts. It’s a simple yet effective way to enjoy an activity together, even when physically apart. To make it even more special, you could ensure your loved one has access to their favorite snacks by planning ahead and buying them before you hit the road.

Being a truck driver doesn’t mean missing out on the joy of Valentine’s Day celebrations. With a bit of creativity and thoughtful planning, you can make this special occasion memorable for both you and your loved one. At Freymiller, we believe that love knows no distance on the road. Happy Valentine’s Day!

10 Bits of Interesting Trucking Trivia for Real Road Warriors

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Whether you’re a seasoned trucker or a newbie hitting the open road, there’s always something new to discover about the fascinating world of trucking. In this blog, we’ll rev up your curiosity with a mix of entertaining and informative trivia about the trucking industry – from historical milestones to quirky culture tidbits. So, buckle up and let’s hit the road with some trucking trivia!

  1. World’s Longest Truck Convoy: Imagine being part of a convoy with 590 trucks stretching over 20 miles! In 2015, Alberta, Canada, set the Guinness World Record for the longest truck convoy, all in support of the Special Olympics. Now that’s a convoy worth remembering.
  2. The First Semi-Truck: Take a trip back to 1898 in Cleveland, Ohio, where Alexander Winton crafted the very first semi-truck. With a 20-horsepower engine and a 5-ton payload capacity, it laid the foundation for the modern rigs we see on the roads today.
  3. CB Radio Lingo: Truckers have their own language when it comes to CB radios. “10-4” means “message received,” and the classic “breaker, breaker” is a surefire way to grab someone’s attention on the airwaves.
  4. Ice Road Truckers: Ever heard of hauling freight over frozen lakes and rivers in the Arctic? That’s the daily grind for the truckers featured in the TV series “Ice Road Truckers.” It’s a job that demands nerves of steel and a serious love for adventure.
  5. Biggest Truck Stop: For a pit stop like no other, head to Walcott, Iowa, home to the world’s largest truck stop – the Iowa 80 Truckstop. With 220 acres of amenities, including a movie theater and a trucking museum, it’s a trucker’s paradise.
  6. Highway Hauling Stats: Did you know that in 2020, trucks moved a whopping 72.5% of the nation’s freight by weight? That’s over 11 billion tons of goods rolling down the highways, showcasing the crucial role of truckers in keeping the wheels of the economy turning.
  7. Convoy Song: C.W. McCall’s “Convoy” became a hit in the 1970s, telling the tale of truckers protesting government regulations. The song’s popularity even spawned a movie, immortalizing the rebellious spirit of truckers on the big screen.
  8. Truckers’ Coffee: When it comes to caffeine, truckers take it seriously. Many truck stops offer “bottomless” coffee cups, and in the trucking world, coffee is often referred to as “diesel fuel.” Keep that java flowing, and the wheels keep turning!
  9. Longest Truck in the World: Picture a truck over 300 feet long with 79 trailers – that’s the Guinness World Record holder set in the Netherlands in 2002. It’s a sight to behold and a testament to the incredible engineering behind these colossal rigs.
  10. Trucker Slang: Every subculture has its own language, and truckers are no exception. From “gravy lane” (smooth, easy driving conditions) to “chicken coop” (weigh station) and “green stamp” (a rest area), the trucker slang adds a unique flavor to life on the road.

Another interesting fact for you: Freymiller is always hiring professional truck drivers who want to grow their career in a family atmosphere, backed by industry-leading pay, top equipment, and benefits you won’t find anywhere else. Connect with us today to learn more about how you can get started on the journey of a lifetime.

Wellness on the Road: A Guide to Healthy Living in 2024

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As the calendar turns a new page and resolutions are made, truck drivers often find themselves facing the challenge of maintaining a healthy lifestyle while on the open road. At Freymiller, we understand the importance of well-being for our drivers, and we’re here to offer a guide to healthy living that aligns seamlessly with your New Year’s resolutions. Let’s embark on a journey together to prioritize health and wellness on the open highways. Here are seven ways you can commit to a healthy lifestyle in 2024.

Utilize Tech to Your Advantage

In 2024, there is no shortage of advanced tech devices. Leverage the power of technology with wellness apps designed for truckers. Apps like MyFitnessPal can help you track your meals, monitor hydration, and set fitness goals. With your smartphone as a companion, you have a wealth of resources at your fingertips to support your journey to a healthier lifestyle.

Tip: Schedule reminders on your smartphone to prompt you to check in with your wellness apps regularly. Consistent engagement enhances accountability and ensures you make the most of the technological support available.

Invest in Wearable Fitness Trackers

Consider wearable fitness trackers to monitor your daily activity levels, like Apple Watches or Fitbits. These devices can provide real-time data on steps taken, calories burned, and even sleep patterns. Having a tangible record of your efforts can serve as both motivation and a concrete way to measure progress.

Tip: Set achievable daily or weekly goals on your wearable device and celebrate when you surpass them. The small victories, tracked by your wearable, act as tangible evidence of your commitment and progress on the road to a healthier lifestyle.

Create a Visual Calendar for Progress

Design a calendar dedicated to tracking your wellness journey. Use different colors for various aspects such as exercise, hydration, and healthy meals. Having a visual representation of your efforts can make it easier to identify patterns, celebrate achievements, and adjust goals as needed.

Tip: Use different colors for each activity and accomplishment, providing a tangible representation of your commitments and successes.

Make it a Friendly Competition

Transform your resolutions into a “winnable” game by incorporating a bit of friendly competition. Challenge yourself to reach specific milestones and compete with your loved ones, friends, and or fellow truckers. Utilize apps that turn fitness and wellness into a game, adding an element of fun and motivation to your daily routine.

Tip: Set up challenges for steps taken, water intake, or consecutive days of sticking to your exercise routine. Consider rewarding yourself or fellow participants with small incentives for reaching goals.

Incorporate Micro-Workouts into Your Day

Break down traditional workout barriers by incorporating micro-workouts into your daily routine. These are short, intense bursts of exercise that can be completed in a matter of minutes. From quick bodyweight exercises (with collapsible equipment you can stow away in your cab) during mandated breaks to stretching sessions in your cab, micro-workouts add up to significant health benefits over time.

Tip: Explore apps that offer short, effective workouts tailored to your fitness level and time constraints.

Embrace Flexibility and Adaptability

Life on the road can be unpredictable. Be open to adjusting your goals based on the challenges you encounter. If circumstances change, find alternative ways to stay on track rather than abandoning your resolutions altogether.

Tip: Establish a “Plan B” for each of your resolutions, outlining how you can adapt when faced with unexpected challenges. This way, you’re prepared to pivot without losing sight of your overall wellness goals.

Celebrate Milestones Along the Way

Regularly assess your progress and make necessary adjustments to your goals. Reflecting on your journey allows you to identify what’s working well and what needs modification, ensuring a realistic and sustainable approach to wellness.

Tip: Break down your larger goals into smaller milestones and celebrate each achievement. Whether it’s completing a week of consistent exercise or reaching a weight loss target, acknowledging these milestones reinforces the positive habits you’re building.

By setting New Year’s resolutions that get you on the road to better living, you’ll be on the path to a successful and fulfilling journey in every way. As you navigate the open road in the coming year, let Freymiller be your partner in achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Connect with us today about our career opportunities open now.

Freymiller’s Tik Tok page offers a look inside our positive culture

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As one of the leading trucking companies in the industry, Freymiller is not just navigating highways; it’s also cruising through the digital landscape, connecting with a broader audience through engaging content on TikTok. Let’s take a closer look at our TikTok page, and how it gets our entire team closer to lifelong, rewarding, fun careers behind the wheel.

A Glimpse Behind the Wheel

Our carefully crafted and curated TikTok page provides viewers with an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the daily life of truckers. From the driver’s seat to the open road, we share moments captured by our drivers that showcase the challenges and triumphs of the trucking industry. This unique perspective offers a fresh and authentic portrayal of the hardworking individuals who keep goods moving across the country.

Building a Strong Community

Beyond showcasing the professional side of trucking, Freymiller’s TikTok page is all about community building. We actively engage with our audience, responding to comments and creating a space where truckers, enthusiasts, and the general public can come together. By fostering a sense of community, we’re setting the standard of not just being a trucking company but being committed to connecting people with shared interests and experiences.

Sharing Content that Truckers Just Get

Our TikTok isn’t just a digital billboard or some marketing scheme; it’s an online haven that resonates deeply with truck drivers, providing a digital space they can truly call their own. From captivating road trip stories and stunning scenic views to quirky trucker humor and real-time glimpses into life on the road, the TikTok page is a celebration of the trucking lifestyle. Tailoring our content to the unique experiences and challenges faced by those behind the wheel, we’re committed to delivering a mix of engaging and relatable content that truck drivers love and enjoy. It’s not just content; it’s a virtual trucker’s lounge where every video is a nod to the unsung heroes of the road, providing entertainment, camaraderie, and a refreshing digital pit stop for truck drivers to unwind and connect.

Education on What Matters

Freymiller goes beyond entertainment on TikTok by providing valuable and educational content. Our posts include safety tips, insights into the logistics of the industry and more to educate viewers about the inner workings of trucking. This commitment to sharing knowledge not only establishes us as an industry leader but also contributes to a safer and more informed community.

So, buckle up and hit the follow button – Freymiller’s TikTok page is a journey worth taking!

Haul-iday Cheer: Festive Tips for Truckers on the Road

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‘Tis the season to be jolly, even if you’re behind the wheel of a big rig! While spending the holidays on the road might not be everyone’s idea of festive fun, professional drivers can still bring some holiday cheer to their journeys. Here are some creative ways for you to make your time on the road merry and bright this holiday season.

Deck the Cab

Start by transforming your truck’s cab into a winter wonderland on wheels! Consider adding battery-operated string lights, hanging ornaments, and even a small, artificial Christmas tree. For that fresh pine scent that is nostalgic of Christmas past, pop up a balsam air freshener! It’s amazing how a few decorations can turn your cab into a cozy holiday retreat and really get you into the warm holiday spirit.

Tune in to Holiday Music

Create a playlist of your favorite holiday tunes to keep the spirit alive. Whether it’s classic carols, merry pop hits, or holiday jazz, music can make the miles seem shorter and the journey more enjoyable. Some truck drivers even opt to tune into a holiday-themed podcast to get them in a celebratory mindset. “Merry Little Podcast” digs into the interesting origins of holiday traditions, while “Tis the Podcast” discusses some of the iconic Christmas movies and music that have been deemed cult classics. 

Take the Celebrations with You

Just because you’re on the road doesn’t mean you have to miss out on family celebrations. In 2023, it has never been so easy to set up a Zoom or Facetime call with your loved ones and participate in all the holiday celebrations virtually. One of the most challenging parts about being on the road for the holidays is missing out on traditions — seeing familiar faces and participating in virtual celebrations can really lift your spirits!

Festive Attire

Bring out the Santa hats, reindeer antlers, or “ugly” sweaters to add a touch of holiday flair to your attire. It might bring a smile to your face and the faces of fellow travelers as they spot your cheerful get-up on the road.

Treat Yourself

The holiday season is all about giving, and that certainly doesn’t mean excluding yourself from receiving gifts! Treat yourself to small, portable gifts that can make your time on the road more enjoyable. This could be a new audiobook, a cozy blanket, or anything that you’ve had your eye on throughout the year. Unwrapping a small present can bring a sense of celebration to your journey.

Explore Holiday Recipes

Get creative with your meals by incorporating tasty recipes. Pack some holiday-themed snacks or try cooking simple holiday meals in your truck. If you have a favorite meal or yummy treat made by a loved one, consider seeing if they can whip up a batch before you hit the road. Having comfort foods with you can go a long way in elevating your spirits, and it’s a delicious way to embrace the holiday season and break away from routine truck stop fare.

The holiday season is a time for joy, even on the open road. So, rev up those engines and roll into the holidays with cheer, knowing that you’re bringing a touch of magic to every mile. For a gift that keeps on giving, connect with Freymiller and learn more about our driving opportunities! Safe travels and happy holidays!

The ultimate guide to beating holiday blues

Home is where the heart is

For truck drivers, the holiday season can be bittersweet. Homesickness can creep in, impacting mental health and overall well-being. At Freymiller, we genuinely care about our drivers and want them to feel supported all year round. Here are some practical tips for combating homesickness during the holidays 

Stay connected

One of the most effective ways to combat homesickness is to stay connected with loved ones. Thanks to all the tech available in 2023, it’s easier than ever to keep in touch. Use video calls, text messages, and phone calls to maintain a sense of closeness with your family and friends. Sharing the moments and traditions, even from a distance, can provide comfort during the holiday season.

Create a festive atmosphere

Consider making your cab feel even more like home around the holidays. It can be as simple as decorating with cozy holiday lights and sentimental ornaments or other small holiday decor. Tune into festive holiday music while on the road and switch on a nostalgic Christmas movie during breaks. These touches are sure to bring your mood up!

Embrace holiday traditions

You can still embrace your family’s traditions, even while on the road. During your off time, consider making your favorite holiday snacks or treats so you can pack them and enjoy them on the road. If you have a special tradition, like opening a particular gift or watching a holiday movie, bring it with you to keep the tradition alive.

Connect with other drivers

Professional drivers understand life on the road like no one else. Join an online forum where you can connect with other drivers. You’ll be surprised at how helpful it can be to have a place toshare experiences, seek advice, and find camaraderie with those who understand the challenges of being on the road during the holidays.

Practice self-care

Maintaining mental health during the holidays is crucial. Engage in self-care practices such as exercise, meditation, or journaling. It’s important to take breaks to relax and rejuvenate in order to keep yourself in a clear, calm headspace. Whatever activity or hobby helps lift your spirits, commit to keeping it consistent throughout the holiday season! 

Remind yourself of the impact you make

Remind yourself of the importance of your work as a professional truck driver. You play a crucial role in keeping goods moving, and your dedication helps keep the economy running. During the holiday season, your work takes on an even more special and heartfelt meaning. Focusing on the bigger picture can help provide a sense of purpose and motivation to keep you rollin’.


Remember, your contributions as a truck driver are significant, and your well-being is equally important. To partner with a carrier that supports their drivers, professionally and personally, connect with Freymiller today.

Freymiller partners with Wreaths Across America for another year of honoring, teaching, and remembering

Wreaths Across America

In the world of trucking, it is rarely just about making deliveries. At Freymiller, our team goes the extra mile in their dedication to making a positive impact. One way we do this is through our partnership with Wreaths Across America, which shares our mission of giving back to the community and serving a higher purpose.

Wreaths Across America is a nonprofit organization with a profound mission – to remember, honor, and teach. Founded in 1992, this organization is dedicated to ensuring that the sacrifices made by our military heroes are never forgotten. One of its most notable annual events is the placement of handcrafted wreaths on the graves of veterans across the United States every December. Professional drivers nationwide come together to make this happen, with over 2 million wreaths being transported by truck drivers in 2022.

Last year, we were an Honor Fleet for Wreaths Across America, the official name of fleets who provided their skill, time, and passion to safely deliver the wreaths to Arlington National Cemetery and other graveyards across the nation in a timely manner. 

We are honored and proud to have been one of those trucking companies showing our support to military veterans and their families, and we are looking forward to seeing what we’ll accomplish this year with Wreaths Across America. Transporting the wreaths in perfect condition takes skill and patience, and our involvement lies in the hearts of our drivers. Thank you for taking the time to participate in such an important event and for your dedication to honoring the memory of veterans and giving back to the community. 

Freymiller is also proud of our ability to financially support and contribute to Wreaths Across America and their greater mission of educating citizens about America’s service veterans. The nonprofit strives to ensure that no one is forgotten, and we are honored to be able to further that mission. 

We are not just in the business of transportation; we’re in the business of honoring, remembering, and teaching. Join us today for a lifelong, satisfying career at a carrier committed to making a difference.

How to maintain your truck in Fall 2023

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Autumn is here bringing not only some much-appreciated cooler temps, but also specific maintenance needs to keep your truck rolling smoothly. In our quick guide for truck maintenance, we’ll give you the key factors to consider for a safe and successful journey this time of year.

Check your tires

Fall means wet leaves and unpredictable weather, which makes tire maintenance a top priority. Start by inspecting your tires for tread wear and proper inflation. Make sure your tire pressure is within the recommended range, as colder temperatures can cause pressure to drop. Well-maintained tires ensure better traction and handling, especially when navigating through wet leaves and slippery roads.

Prep your windshield

In the fall, the angle of the sun is naturally lower, specifically at sunrise and sunset. This can lead to increased sun glare, reducing visibility. Dirty windshields including ones cluttered with falling leaves, make this issue worse. Before hitting the road, clean your windshield inside and out, ensuring there are no streaks or smudges. Seasoned professional drivers keep a supply of washer fluid on hand to quickly remove debris and dirt.

Prepping your windshield for fall includes assessing your wipers. Rainy conditions and falling leaves make effective wipers even more important. Check the condition of your wiper blades and replace them if they are worn or streaking.

Monitor your brakes

Ill-operating brakes are never a good thing, but in the fall, the danger only increases. Rain, and even snow, can be common during this time of the year. Wet roads and slippery leaves dramatically decrease traction and require well-maintained brakes to ensure safe stopping distances. Check your brake pads and rotors for wear and tear. If you notice any squeaking or grinding noises, it may be time to replace them.

Prepare for fog

Fall often brings foggy mornings and evenings. Ensure your fog lights are in working condition and replace any burnt-out bulbs. During pre- and post-trip inspections, make sure that your headlights are aligned correctly, as proper alignment is vital for top visibility in foggy conditions.

Watch out for wildlife

Remember that during fall, it’s mating season for deer and other wildlife. Watch for deer crossing signs and remain vigilant for wildlife, especially during dawn and dusk. Keep a safe distance, avoid sudden maneuvers, and drive cautiously to prevent collisions with animals on the road.

It’s not only time to keep your truck in tip-top shape, it’s also time to assess if you’re satisfied with your driving career. Looking for a better career home? Connect with us today to learn more about our opportunities for CDL-A drivers.

7 haunted rest areas truck drivers should know about

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One of the coolest parts about a career in truck driving is being able to travel and see beautiful sights across the country. But as the nights stretch on longer and the leaves start to rustle in the breeze, here are seven supposedly haunted stops along America’s most popular trucking routes.

1. Uniondale, Indiana: A Rest Stop’s Restless Spirit

Tucked right off I-69 in Indiana, Uniondale appears to be like any other small, quiet, Midwestern town. But its rest stop has a chilling secret behind it. Local legend has it that the ghost of a grieving mother has made the truck stop her home as she endlessly searches for her missing child. Some truck drivers have reported that they’ve heard faint cries in the dead of night.

2. Resurrection Mary: A Hitchhiker’s Ghost

Moving north to the Windy City, Chicago, several truck drivers shared stories of a ghost named Resurrection Mary. This ghost takes on the appearance of a hitchhiker and is most frequently spotted along Archer Avenue. Mary attempts to lure drivers into stopping and giving her a ride… destination unknown. Witnesses have described her as a young woman in a white dress, but as they approach the nearby aptly named Resurrection Cemetery, she vanishes.

3. Vicksburg, Mississippi: McRaven Mansion

While not a truck stop today, the McRaven Mansion in Vicksburg deserves to be mentioned. Originally built in 1797, it served as a rest stop along the Natchez Trace for pioneers en route to Nashville. The mansion sits close to I-20 and is rumored to be one of the most haunted houses in the South. Truck drivers who have stopped to check it out have reported seeing shadowy figures dart through the halls and eerie whispers come from empty rooms.

4. Highway 666: The Devil’s Highway

Now known as US-491, this stretch of road was once known as Highway 666. Located in the Four Corners region, a long history of infamy follows this highway. Many truckers believed it had been cursed due to an unusually high number of accidents and paranormal occurrences. Some have claimed to see unexplainable apparitions and otherwise strange phenomena while driving along this eerie route.

5. Jerome, Arizona: The Ghost Town on a Hill

Jerome is an old mining town that clings to the side of a steep and treacherous hillside in Arizona. It is well known for its turbulent history, with many believing the ghosts of past minors and misfits still inhabit the town. Truck drivers just passing through on their way to other locations have witnessed strange noises, and mysterious shadows, and some have even claimed to see ghostly miners wandering the empty streets. It’s a town forever frozen in the past.

6. Guthrie, Oklahoma: Stone Lion Inn

If you’re ever in need of a place to stop, maybe take the Stone Lion Inn off your list. It has a reputation for being one of the most haunted locations in all of Oklahoma. This historic bed and breakfast, situated right alongside several popular trucking routes, is home to many resident spirits. Miss Mattie is one of many who roam the halls and is said to have met her demise at the inn. Apparitions, flickering lights, unexplained footsteps, and haunting whispers all come free with a stay at the Stone Lion.

7. Emporia, Kansas: Red Rocks Roadside Park

Situated along I-35 in Kansas, this is a popular resting stop for truck drivers traveling through the area. While it may seem like an ordinary rest area during the day, it takes on a whole new, darker ambiance at night. Legend has it that the place is haunted by a girl named Molly, who was killed in an accident near the rest area. Truck drivers have reported seeing the ghostly figure of a girl appear around the rest area and have also heard faint laughter.

While these stories are sure to give you goosebumps, they’re all part of the rich tapestry of American folklore and legend. Whether you’re dealing with restless spirits or just heavy traffic, stay safe out there!