On the road with

Jeff Clark

Jeff Clark is the owner of Clark Trucking based in Kewaunee, WI. Jeff has owned a 2000 Century Class Freightliner and a 2006 Volvo 670 prior to joining Team Runsmart. Currently, Jeff is running primarily southeast and midwest. He has been a trucker since 1988. Jeff worked his way through school in the warehouse industry. He has a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, but prefers driving a truck.

Contact Jeff: Jeff.Clark@teamrunsmart.com


One Person

One Person

1/19/2017, Jeff Clark, Comments (4)
There are times when one person can make a difference. After a lousy day last week, that one person made a positive difference for me. How often do we get a chance to be that one person?
Reflections at 58

Reflections at 58

This year I am going to run a little more, eat a little less and finish a marathon. At 58 - I have lost too many people and it has made me more reflective of my own health and what is really important.
And So It Begins

And So It Begins

1/9/2017, Jeff Clark, Comments (0)
I have started training for another marathon. It is similar to starting a trucking business. Start with information and a solid foundation.
To Split or Not to Split

To Split or Not to Split

1/4/2017, Jeff Clark, Comments (2)
There are times when using the 8/2 split will get you to your destination sooner. It does not always work out, but do the math.
Lifelong Friendsip

Lifelong Friendsip

12/30/2016, Jeff Clark, Comments (0)
Skin cancer took my lifelong friend from us. I hope that by telling his story that many in the trucking industry will become more aware of this disease and take precautions.
Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

12/25/2016, Jeff Clark, Comments (3)
The best way to celebrate the gift of Jesus Christ is to help someone who desperately needs it.
Experience Teaches

Experience Teaches

12/20/2016, Jeff Clark, Comments (3)
When I was a young pup an old dog trucker taught me the ways of the road. He not only pulled me out of an icy parking place - He taught me the spirit of trucking.
Adverse Weather Extension

Adverse Weather Extension

12/15/2016, Jeff Clark, Comments (0)
The adverse weather exemption allows drivers to drive an extra 2 hours per day. That is if you don't exceed your 14 hours. That makes the exemption essentially useless. We need to change it.
RELAX

RELAX

The longer that I drive: the more I realize that most bad things happen from a series of mistakes. We all make mistakes. Relax - and do not compound a simple mistake into a big problem.
Trailer Tracking

Trailer Tracking

12/5/2016, Jeff Clark, Comments (0)
Technology keeps getting better - and cheaper. The professional drivers' time is limited. I believe that the break even point has been crossed, and every trucking company should be looking into some form of trailer tracking.
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