What is it about road trips that feed our spirits so much? Whether it’s a couple of days on the road to visit family or a cross-country adventure with friends, road trips are a must-have adventure.
Whether you’re a brand-new driver or you’ve been on the road for decades, there’s a good chance you’ve forgotten a few of the rules you learned in driving school.
HiRoaders are a diverse group of people that are interested in a broad range of things, each person holding a unique perspective. The more we get to know our community, the more we see a common thread playing out – when we come together, good things happen.
Because our team is so focused on creating a mindful world 9-5, it’s important that we find ways to refill our cups when we’re not working in the office.
Connecting with the community is high on our priority list. Whether it’s showing support by attending a local event, buying produce and groceries from our local farms, or putting our HiRoad Green team to use cleaning up our city streets, getting our hands dirty (both figuratively and literally speaking), is what we love to do.
Your very well-meaning parental figures have likely been gearing you up for adulthood for quite some time. But what does adulthood mean? It’s a good question and our own team is still figuring out the whole “adult” thing too.
There are plenty of things to like about working at HiRoad. Our mission to create positive change in the world. Leadership who is committed to providing opportunities for growth and innovation. Tasty snacks.
There are 1,440 minutes in each day. In every one of those minutes, we’re faced with all kinds of choices: what socks and shoes to wear, how to get to work, what speed to drive on the interstate, what to cook for dinner.
“Don’t touch the thermostat. I know it’s 32° outside, but the house doesn’t need to be more than 55° — put on a sweater.”