Attention: If you're interested in a career as a professional truck driver, this could be the most important five minutes you have ever spent....

Let Me Show You How to Get on the Right Road to Becoming a Trucker AND How to Enjoy Immediate Trucking Success... Without All the BS!

Jim Purcell – founder of Trucker Country and Trucking Made Easy

Trucking can be a great career, with the potential to...


(You can realistically make between $30-50K+ in Year 1)


(Well, you'll get to see much of America, anyway)


(Or, at least you won't have one looking over your shoulder)

But that's IF...

As you can see, there are a lot of IFs on the path to trucking success. That’s why I created Trucking Made Easy. . . To guide you every step of the way on that path.

Step 1:


Becoming a Trucker will start your trucking education. This is a 3-book e-series helping to guide you through the beginning stages of your trucking journey and was written with every future or beginning truck driver in mind.

Book 1:
Welcome to the World of Trucking

Discover all the great things about trucking and why it may be the career for you!

  • Job security. There’s currently a huge demand for new truck drivers.
  • A trucker’s income, and financial destiny, is in their own hands.
  • See the country, experience adventure, and face ongoing challenges.
  • Be your own boss – you experience freedoms and responsibilities not found in other jobs.
  • There are virtually unlimited opportunities and choices available!

Truckers have many driving options to choose from and decisions to make

There are different types of trucking as well as different ways to drive. We’ll be looking at a few of these including…

  • Do you want to go it alone or with a partner? A look at solo and team driving.
  • How far do you want to drive? Exploring the options of driving OTR (over-the-road), regionally, or locally.
  • Can you take your family and/or pets on the road with you?

How Will You Get Paid and How Much Can You Really Earn?

  • How much money will you make immediately following truck driving school?
  • Training with a driver-trainer until you’re ready to go it alone.
  • Analyzing pay based on level of experience, pay by the mile, pay by percentage, by the load, by the hour, etc.

There are many types of products to haul. We’ll look at the various types of trucking operations

All the following are discussed:

  • Van
  • Reefer (refrigerated – produce, meat, beer, etc.)
  • Flatbed and specialized trucking (heavy haul, oversize, etc.)
  • Tankers – liquid bulk (fuel, oil, dairy, etc.)
  • Dry bulk operations
  • Household moving
  • Multiple trailers (doubles, triples, etc.)
  • Livestock (chickens, cattle, etc.)
  • Intermodal (containers)
  • Automobile haulers
  • Wood and forestry products
  • And even more!

Additional  information for new drivers

  • A brief history of trucking.
  • Helpful trucking terminology and definitions.
  • CB Radio 10-Codes and terminology.

Helping you make the decision to become a trucker

  • Try not to get too comfortable. The conditions are always changing in trucking.
  • Looking at the many responsibilities of a trucker… the truck, the load, communicating with dispatchers and the company, the customers, the law, and everyone else out there on the road!
  • Trucking company policies which are sometimes…difficult.
  • The concern about getting home. Home and family time, the challenges it presents, and how to handle all of it.

Book 2:
The Insiders Guide to Getting Your CDL & Truck Driver Training

Getting Your CDL

  • What is a CDL and why do you need one?
  • Learn how to get a CDL, step-by-step.
  • CDL regulations and the requirements to become a trucker. Includes federal and state CDL requirements.
  • Information about CDL endorsements and which ones you need.
  • CDL testing information. Learn which state exams you must pass and exactly how to pass them without endless hours studying the state CDL manual!

Truck Driving Schools: Getting Trained

It’s vitally important to your success that you don’t get taken in by the wrong school. CDL mills and unqualified schools are everywhere these days. We’ll show you how to select the RIGHT school for your situation.

  • The truth about truck driving schools: Analyzing truck driving schools’ claims, including free and guaranteed training, tuition reimbursement, and more.
  • Free or paid training, guaranteed employment, CDL mills, tuition reimbursement, and how to choose depending on your circumstances.
  • Learn about the different types of schools: private, public, and in-house / company-sponsored truck driving schools.
  • Learn how to select a high-quality truck driving school: What are the essentials?
  • Is attending truck driving school mandatory? 
  • Information about truck driver training for veterans of the US Armed Forces.
  • How long will training take and how much money is required?
  • Truck Driving Schools Can Be Expensive! How Do I Get the Money?
  • How to find a high-quality school in your state.

Book 3:
Starting Your New Trucking Career

Truck Driver Options and Opportunities

  • Find the right job – one that’s perfect for your abilities, goals, and situation.
  • How to find jobs based on: distance/time away from home, potential money you can earn, type of trailer and cargo you want to haul.
  • Can you change from one type of trucking to another?
  • What to do if you want to relocate to a different area of the state or country?
  • Examining other factors which affect driver pay.

Your Driving Record and Job History

  • MVR, DAC, and PSP reports, the CSA Program, plus negative items truckers must avoid.
  • Making too frequent job changes (or job hopping).
  • About your work history, creating a professional resume, and more.

Resources to Help You Find the Right Truck Driving Job

  • How to evaluate trucking companies and job opportunities.
  • 18 Important features you should compare to narrow down your list of top trucking companies.
  • Ensuring you meet trucking company hiring requirements.
  • Making your final selection and applying to the trucking company or multiple companies.

Starting a New Truck Driving Job

  • On-the-job training for new drivers.
  • Information about driver orientations (what to expect, typical procedures, remember you’re interviewing them too, etc.).

Trucking Company Information and Procedures

  • Driver pay information: getting cash on the road.
  • How to get more miles and make more money!
  • Handling non-driving trucking duties efficiently to increase your bottom line.
  • Communicating with the company: texting, check calls, qualcomm, etc.
  • How trucking companies operate: department roles & responsibilities.
  • Other key company policies, traffic violations, accidents, dispatcher relations, etc.
Trucking companies, truck driving schools, websites for or about truckers ... DON'T all have your best interests at heart. But TRUCKING MADE EASY will help you succeed. I guarantee it.
Jim Purcell
Your Guide to Trucking Success

After BECOMING A TRUCKER helps you get started on your new trucking career, TRUCKING MASTERY will take you to the next level!

Step 2:


The Ultimate Guide to
Professional Trucking Success

If you made it through school and got your CDL, you’ve really come a long way. Great Job! So, what now? Trucking Mastery, of course!

If you’re thinking, isn’t that what truck driving schools are for? Well, to a degree, yes. But let me ask you this. Do you merely want to survive, with a somewhat decent paycheck, while only rarely seeing your home? That’s if you even have a normal life at all!

Or, do you want to succeed at trucking? Real success. To make great money at a job you work efficiently, and profitably? Maybe become an owner-operator, eventually even owning your own fleet of trucks.

Or, thinking outside the box, investing your profits into other profitable endeavors.

The sky’s the limit, if you master the trucking profession! 

Don’t settle for average results. Achieve outstanding, lasting trucking success with the help of Trucking Mastery!

You’ll go way beyond the trucking school basics as you learn what only the best truckers out on the road know.

If you’re just curious about trucking, you’ll get a realistic, birds-eye view into the lives of truckers. Seeing the good, the bad, and even the ugly parts of trucking will help you to make a more informed decision about whether a trucking career is for you, and exactly what type of trucking you’d be best suited for.

Truck driving schools teach you a lot about trucking, and are essential in helping you become a successful truck driver. A good trucking school can help you learn basic driving skills, get your CDL, and often help you find a truck driving job.

But … most trucking schools don’t teach you enough about life on the road and how to succeed at each step of the trucking job and life. This is NOT a slam on these schools. It’s just not possible to learn all of what TME teaches in just a few weeks of CDL training.

Then, how can YOU succeed?

Most drivers (yes, even me!), had to learn trucking through trial and error. Some people call this the “school of hard knocks” and this school can take many years to graduate from.

And sadly, many truckers never even get that far. They end up quitting because trucking, and the road itself, can be tough to endure, let alone master.

That is, until now!

Trucking Mastery was written to help you quickly get up to speed and excel as a professional trucker. You will master trucking in no time at all!

Start Your Trucking Journey Today

Trucking Made Easy

The Complete E-Series

Here's What You Get Inside!


Inside this guide you’ll find subjects essential to job success and enjoyment, but very rarely discussed.

Whether you’re still deciding on a career in trucking, or you’re a trucker who wants to get more out of the trucking life, you’ll find invaluable information and resources inside to help you in your trucking life.

Inside, you’ll find…

The Trucker’s Guide to Layovers discusses layover activities and resources, including plenty of layover activities truckers can do while on the road.

The Trucker’s Life at Home  goes into more personal areas of an over-the-road driver’s life. How the job effects a driver’s relationships with his family, how to deal with the time away, and financial issues are a few of the subjects covered.

In Truckers Can Be Healthy, you’ll get a real world view of trucker diet and nutrition, and alternatives to the usual truck stop restaurant routine.

There’s also a section on self-contained trucking, in which you’ll learn how to save money, time, and your health.

Finally, Truckers Can Also Be Fit! discusses a driver’s usual routine, and offers many great ideas for getting and keeping in shape while still maintaining a high level of trucking productivity.


You name it, if a resource will help you in your trucking job or life, it’s included  in The Trucking Supply Guide! This guide will help you in many ways:

  • Determining what to take with you on the road.
  • How to get organized and keep it that way.
  • Exploring the many options you have in the trucking job and life.
  • Resources you can use while you’re on the road, for job efficiency or personal enjoyment.

Some of the major categories include: tools, load securement & protection, household mover’s supplies, truck & personal supplies, food & beverage supplies, computers, trip planning, organizational supplies, and electronic appliances & accessories!

In addition, you’ll find many money and time saving links. This is a very useful resource for all truck drivers!

Top FAQs About Trucking Made Easy

Sorry, no ships are used in delivering Trucking Made Easy to you.

Seriously though, it’ll take no time at all! It’s an instantly downloadable digital eSeries so you can have it on your computer, phone, or tablet just minutes after entering your payment details, so you can get started today! No waiting required!

OK, good question. First I have to mention my experience. Over 20 years in trucking, I ran up over 2 million miles without an accident. 

That’s quite a bit, right? However, there are more than a few truckers out there with similar qualifications and experiences. So more importantly, it’s how I got started in trucking, along with the many challenges I experienced and problems I had to overcome, that qualifies me to write these guides and offer advice about “all things trucking.”

Truth is, if I would’ve stumbled upon a high-quality truck driving school in the beginning, and maybe started driving for a stable and honest trucking company, I might have never had first hand knowledge of the struggles new drivers were having. And I might’ve never created Trucking Made Easy!

Trucking Mastery is available as a separate product for current truckers who want to experience greater enjoyment and success in the trucking industry… the kind of success seen in far too few drivers out there.

Even when you’re just getting started in trucking, or even if you haven’t yet made the decision to become a trucker, one thing that can be the most helpful is seeing what it takes not only to become a trucker, but what it takes to become the BEST truck driver, one who experiences success at every level of trucking. The job and the life, making the most money you can, getting home as much as possible, enjoying your life while you’re out there driving, whether you’re a local driver or an over-the-road warrior who rarely sees home!

You’ll be better able to envision yourself as a professional truck driver, and more easily determine whether or not you could successfully see yourself living the trucking life.

If you’d still prefer to get started with just the Becoming a Trucker eSeries for beginners without Trucking Mastery, click here.

Seriously, I don’t think this will be the case. But if for some reason you feel that Trucking Made Easy is not what you expected, or somehow it’s just not worth the investment, no worries. Let me know and I’ll immediately issue you a complete refund.