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10 Best Apps for Truck Drivers in Canada and USA

10 Best Apps for Truck Drivers in Canada and USA

There are so many apps in the market nowadays, to cater to most of our business needs. With so many apps available, it becomes difficult to find the right one that fulfills your business requirements. Not to worry. A lot of our clients who are basically professional drivers (truck, taxi, limousine, or rideshare (Uber, Lyft)) ask us what apps to use for various purposes. We researched and compiled a list of the 10 best apps for professional drivers (especially truckers). These apps are essential for truck drivers (and other drivers) to help them do certain important tasks and take the load off of them. So they can focus on driving and staying safe.

Let’s take a look at these apps:


GasBuddy is a real money saver for anyone who drives, but it holds a special value for transportation employees such as truck drivers. The app provides you with information on gas stations and gas prices throughout the country so you can choose the best gas prices along your route. It also gives you a bunch of other tools like a trip cost calculator, gas price map, station outage tracker, and a fuel logbook. All to make your trips easier.

2. Trucker Path

Trucker Path is an incredibly useful trip planning app for truck drivers. Using the app you can plan multi-day trips and explore routes tailored to your specific truck type and weight, thus allowing you to avoid low overpasses and similar inconveniences. The app also provides useful information on parking availability and weight stations along with reviews of other truck drivers for over 40,000 truck stops in Canada and the United States.

3. Zoombooks

Zoombooks is a mobile app specially made for drivers. It helps drivers save their receipts digitally, and do bookkeeping and expense management, while they are on the go. A driver just has to take picture of the receipts (of all their business expenses, gas, repairs, lodging, etc.), Zoombooks will save the receipt, do the bookkeeping and provide valuable reports. That’s how you won’t lose expense receipts, keep your bookkeeping up-to-date and save tax money at the year-end.

4. Drivewyze

Drivewyze is tailored for truck drivers. It detects weight stations and inspection sites and alerts you 2 miles in advance, but that’s not all. It also sends in a bypass request and lets you know if you need to stop at the site or if you can keep going. It saves you a ton of time and has a preclearance network with more than 830 sites in North America.

5. Transflo

The Trasnflo app is a mobile scanning app that helps you keep track of your documents. You can use it to scan, send, and receive documents quickly. The app allows you to chat with your employer, carrier, or dispatcher. You can also keep track of your payroll and vehicle inspection reports with Transflo. To make things easier, it can easily link to other software and apps such as myPilot, CAT Scale, and Drivewyze.

6. Waze

Waze is a free community-based navigation app for drivers. You can use the app to enter information about traffic hazards, accidents, or traffic jams. When you’re driving with the app open, it will gather data and give you updates on traffic conditions and can even give you an alternate route, whenever it’s available, to avoid whatever is slowing down the traffic. Waze is a great way to get real-time updates and avoid unnecessary delays.

7. Trucker Tools

Trucker tools is an all-around truck driver app. It allows you to plan your route and gives you important locations such as weigh stations, truck washes, rest areas, parking, and even Walmart. You can make use of the truck stop guide and interact with other truck drivers on the app’s message board.

8. The Weather Channel

When you’re on the road, adverse weather conditions can give you a tough time and leave you stranded. We’ve found the perfect app to prevent this: the weather channel app. The app provides you with detailed forecasts that help you plan and prepare for your trip. It also gives you accurate weather updates wherever you are. These advance plannings and early warnings can really help you avoid a pinch and reach your destination in time.

9. Rolling Strong

Being on the road is tough on your health. The Rolling Strong app is a health and wellbeing app that makes it a little easier. The app is designed specifically for truck drivers and offers you wellness coaching along with guided workout routines for when you’re on the road. You can also keep a log of your food, water, and sleep habits to monitor your health using the app.

10. Audible

The Audible app gives you access to thousands of audiobooks. You can listen to these audiobooks when you’re on the road and with so many options and genres available, there’s an audiobook for everyone. Listening to these audiobooks is a great way to keep yourself alert and occupied on those long trips. Audible offers a 30-day free trial and you can sign in with your Amazon account if you have one.

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