Commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers are one of the most important assets in the trucking industry, as 70 percent of all freight hauled throughout the United States is by truck drivers. Our goal is to provide you with health and wellness information targeted towards CMV drivers’ unique needs. We encourage you to explore the information within the Driving Healthy resources, to interact with other drivers on our Facebook and Twitter pages, and to share CMV-specific health related information. Our hope is that you will find this site, and the opportunities for discussion with others that it fosters, a useful resource for your health-related needs.
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