5. Look after yourself
Very common amongst new drivers is failing to take care of yourself. This sounds like something that should be self-explanatory, but changing your lifestyle in order to adapt to life on the road is often proven challenging at times.
Having to drive when you’re tired is often times part of the job, but if you’re exhausted to the point where the massive vehicle you’re driving could hurt you or other drivers around you, it’s time to take a break.
Part of being a professional driver is knowing your limits, so take care of yourself as no job or amount of money is worth the risk of you causing injury or, in the worst-case scenario, death