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OTR Trucks with Sleeper Cabs

A popular bumper sticker may have said it best: Without trucks, America stops. An over-the-road truck driver is responsible for operating a vehicle that often weighs in excess of 40,000 pounds. You typically travel over 600 miles per day and stay out from 4 to 6 weeks at a time before coming home. You haul many different types of freight with flatbeds, reefers, dry vans, and tankers. You wait at docks and terminals to be loaded with the items that magically appear in our grocery stores and department stores every day. Items that generally are not loaded by the forklift at the distribution center, but more likely are transported in the cab, are bed bugs. Even if it is a bobtail or deadhead – bed bugs are horrible passengers to have in the cab on long hauls. Bed Bug Heat Doctor/PrevSol has several solutions for treating sleeper cabs. Contact us to learn more about our heaters that can be used for the slip seat driver in the trucking industry and all-natural bed bug spray for any driver staying in occasional hotel rooms. Delivering the best in bed bug eradication to those who are delivering to America!