The New York Times is asking to hear from long-haul truck drivers about the realities of life on the road.

After spending two days at a truck stop in Effingham, Illinois, for an article with the heartbreaking title “Alone on the Open Road: Truckers Feel Like ‘Throwaway People’“, journalists with the New York Times decided that they’d like to learn more about the lives of truckers. The article opens the eyes of people outside the trucking industry to the struggles of the men and women who stress and sacrifice to keep the country moving. You can click here to read that article.

The Times has two major questions for truckers: “What do you wish car drivers knew about what it is like to be a long-haul truck driver?” and “We also want to see what it is like inside your cab and how you have made that space your home. Please a share photo of it — we may publish it.

If you’d like to share your story with the NY Times, you can click here to get started.

Ashley Neely has been a lead content creator and social media manager with CDLLife since 2015. Her passion? Helping the men and women in the trucking industry get the news they need and the respect that they deserve.