Summer means longer days and shorter nights. It also means hot weather. Sleeping when it is bright and hot is difficult, and truckers should do what they can to prepare their sleep spaces.
If you have to stop for the night and it is still light out for several hours, it can be hard to get to bed. You will want to make sure your sleeper allows you the ability to block out light. When it is extremely hot, you will want to make sure your air conditioner is working and can keep you comfortable.
Getting a good night’s rest is critical to your safety the next day when out on the road. Your sleep space should be made as comfortable as possible.