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How Trucking-Related Businesses Help Truckers Save Money for Free


Aiken, SC -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/21/2013 -- Today's professional truck drivers look to save money on the products and services they use wherever they can. Finding information from individual businesses offering money saving opportunities used to be challenging -- until the creators of launched the Truckers Savings News program on their site. To help truckers easily find their money saving deals, trucking-related businesses that meet the program's revised requirements can publicize them on the site for free.


Professional truck drivers used to face these challenges in finding money saving offers:

- Which businesses selling which products and services are offering savings?
- When do the offers start and end?
- How big are the savings?
- Where are the details?

To make it easy for truckers to find these money saving opportunities in one place, Mike and Vicki Simons of launched the Truckers Savings News program on their site. Trucking-related businesses that meet the program's revised requirements can publicize their money saving opportunities on the site for free.

"Our website has been proven to be the place to 'get and share great money saving tips for truck drivers,'" says Vicki Simons. "As trucker consumer advocates, we think of our website as a clearinghouse of how truckers around the world can save money. Letting trucking-related businesses share their special savings opportunities through our website is one more way we serve hard-working professional truck drivers."

When published, each news submission

- Is placed on its own page on the site and permanently linked on the Truckers Savings News page;
- Is sent to the Truckers' Savings Blog on the site and then social media websites; and
- Is linked in the next issue of Truck Drivers Money Saving Tips Email Newsletter.

Money saving news for truck drivers accepted through this program must meet the following requirements

- Be submitted by a company that has no reports of exploiting truckers;
- Contain a timely and genuine money-saving offer, whether time-limited or not, that is geared specifically for professional truck drivers;
- Be in news release format;
- Be hype-free such that it contains or links to substantiation of any claims made; and
- Contain at least one hyperlink to a page on the company's website with information contained in the news release.

One business that submits its Truckers Savings News as often as it has money saving offers is IdleAir. Jeff Maurer, the company's Chief Listening Officer, said:

" continues to be an invaluable resource to new and experienced drivers alike who are seeking information, good ideas, and assistance in running a more efficient trucking operation. IdleAir is pleased to publicize its special offers through their Truckers Savings News program, which helps drivers save even more."

Trucking-related businesses are invited to submit their Truckers Savings News through the form on the website at:

For more information about IdleAir, please visit:

Through, Mike and Vicki Simons provide real world tips that help professional truck drivers save hard-earned money and personal reporting about products and services for use on the road. They have developed their unique website as a place to share the tips they have learned through the years and where other professional drivers can do the same.

Since 2009, Mike and Vicki have helped untold numbers of professional truck drivers and their home support team members save money in many different ways. The couple's 21+ years of marriage, frugal lifestyle and commercial driving experience serve as the backdrop for blending two of their passions: truck driving and saving money. Not only have they published hundreds of articles and reviews on their site, but they have also sent thousands of news snippets to their continually updated blog. The blog is about how truckers can save money or are being forced to spend more money in their jobs. They also publish a free monthly email newsletter that is in its 4th year of publication.

Vicki Simons, President