It’s officially spring and that means it’s time to start cleaning up your home! And since your truck is probably your home most of the time, you need to be creative about how you manage that small space.
Here’s some great ways to start organizing your truck and some other long term goals for you to work towards to make your life over the road more comfortable. The possibilities for your truck are endless.
Semi Truck Organization
1. Don’t Try To Take Everything
Truckers are the original owners of tiny homes! And if we know anything about tiny home living it’s that minimalism is the name of the game. So your spring cleaning efforts should start with eliminating everything you don’t need. But figuring out what you can eliminate is half the battle.
One place you can start is with kitchenware. Obviously if you don’t cook in your truck at all, you can get rid of pretty much everything related to kitchenware. If you do cook, you can probably cut down your cooking items down to two or three essentials items.
For instance, with a pressure cooker and a microwave you can cook pretty much everything you need. Then, just keep around disposable utensils and cups and plates.
2. Add Shelves to Your Cabinets
If you have cabinets in your truck, consider subdividing that space with shelves to make everything accessible. This will help make your life feel more organized.
3. Add Outside Semi Truck Storage For Nonessentials
For those items that you don’t need immediate access to, consider adding more outside truck storage boxes. This way you can organize tools, cleaning supplies, and other miscellaneous items outside your cab but still have them available to you whenever you need.
4. Spruce Up Your Decorations
Part of spring cleaning is making your home feel fresh and new. One easy way you can do that is with some new decorations. That could be as simple as a new sheet and comforter set, or as complex as replacing cabinetry or upholstery.
5. The Ultimate Rig
And finally as a source of inspiration for your new truck mods, check out this incredible custom sleeper. Mr. and Mrs. Snow of Snow Trucking have spent the last two decades kitting out their rig with everything they could possibly need. Their setup is certainly food for thought!