Jeron Rennie

Having grown up around the trucking industry — with his dad and several uncles serving as truck drivers — it’s only natural Jeron found his way into the industry as well. Jeron joined ATS in 2018 as a member of the marketing team, where he grew his knowledge of the trucking industry substantially. Now as the driver recruiting manager, he is responsible for ensuring a smooth recruiting process in order to create a quality driver experience.

By: Jeron Rennie
June 21st, 2024

Don’t have an auxiliary power unit (APU) in your truck? Have one but it’s not working? Or maybe it’s just so hot out that it’s not cutting it? With summer in full swing, you’re probably feeling the heat — especially if you’re traveling in the deep south where the heat and humidity can feel thick. Plus, 2024 is set to be one of the hottest summers on record.

By: Jeron Rennie
May 7th, 2024

Are you a new driver eager to dive into the world of flatbed hauling but feeling unsure or anxious about where to start? You’re not alone. Transitioning from standard freight to flatbeds can be intimidating, with concerns about securement training, equipment handling, and finding the right company to kickstart your flatbed career.

By: Jeron Rennie
April 12th, 2024

Whether you’ve never leased before or you’ve leased multiple times, getting into a lease-purchase agreement with a trucking carrier can be an overwhelming process. Unlike with a company driver position, you’re responsible for your truck payments, maintenance costs, insurance costs and sometimes other fees the carrier doesn’t take care of like permits and trailer rentals. This can be intimidating in a world where everything. just. costs. so. much.

Dry Van Driver

By: Jeron Rennie
March 8th, 2024

Are you a dry van driver? If so, you want to find the best, most supportive company you can. It’s not enough just to find a company that will give you a job; you should search for a company that meets all your expectations. Looking for the best dry van company out there? We’ve got you covered!

By: Jeron Rennie
February 16th, 2024

Are you looking for a new driving career in trucking? Do you think the grass is greener on the other side at another trucking company? Maybe you aren’t taking home the pay your current trucking company promised, you need better insurance benefits, or the company is simply no longer a good fit for you. If it’s time for you to change trucking companies, do some research before putting in your two weeks’ notice. After all, you don't want to go to another company that makes you just as unhappy.

By: Jeron Rennie
January 3rd, 2024

If you’re applying for truck driving jobs, chances are likely you’re going to have to speak to a recruiter sooner than later. It’s difficult — if not impossible — to go through the entire process without talking to a recruiter at all.

By: Jeron Rennie
August 11th, 2023

Let’s imagine a scenario in which I decide I no longer want to work at the company I’m currently employed with. I’ll start putting out feelers to my professional contacts, reviewing openings in the area and sending out my resume. Because I work in a corporate office, I might have to take a long lunch to go to interviews or I’ll take paid time off. I won’t quit my current position until I receive a job offer and start date at another company.