Robert George’s new book “Killer Trucks” is an educational book about the history and impact of trucking in society

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Recent release “Killer Trucks” from Page Publishing author Robert George is a knowledgeable narrative that delves into trucking and the journey of truckers from a society’s standpoint.

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Robert George, a member of the 3-million-mile club and an experienced trucker, has completed his new book “Killer Trucks”: a gripping opus that teaches people about trucking, safety when working as truckers, and understanding its purpose in the community.

Robert writes, “Why did trucking go from the safest to the unsafest overnight? Why did the truckers go from upper middle class to lower middle class? Why did over-the-road drivers go from the knights of the road, to minimum-wage, aggressive bullies? This book explains it all. Plus, it will take you on trips that will teach you how to keep from killing yourself, or some poor four-wheeler. It will explain to you how to become a professional driver like the author who spent sixty years on the road.”

Published by Page Publishing, Robert George’s compendium hopes to shed light on the importance of trucking and learning precautions to avoid casualty and accidents.

“Killer Trucks” shatters taboos and misconceptions about trucking to create a more accepting and positive environment between common citizens and professional truckers.

Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “Killer Trucks” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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