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RoadStars Driver – for truck drivers on RoadStars.
Have you already noticed the blue truck steering wheel on some profiles? Those are “RoadStars Drivers” who have already registered for this new status.
Together with you, we want to keep on strengthening your love of trucks and our range of offers. This will ensure it's easier for you to benefit from our exclusive content and competitions.
We wish to interact more actively with you and offer you exclusive access to our driving events and special offers.
Every RoadStars member with a valid truck driver's licence can take part. In the following sections, we'll explain how you can become a RoadStars Driver.
In future, RoadStars Drivers will be rewarded with exclusive content and special offers.
Exclusively for RoadStars Drivers:
Anyone with a valid truck driver's licence and a RoadStars profile can participate in RoadStars Driver.
Not currently part of the active RoadStars community? Log in using your Facebook account and add your truck driver's licence as described in the next step.
Or would you like to create your own RoadStars profile? Then use our registration feature which has been expanded by a number of additional fields. Please enter your driver's licence number there as well as your name as it appears on your driver's licence. These fields serve merely to confirm your driver's licence. The data will be handled as strictly confidential and will not be visible to other RoadStars members.
Already a member and would like to become a RoadStars Driver?
Then simply log in and edit your profile. There, you will find a new tab entitled "Personal details". In this tab, you can enter your truck driver's licence and your name as it appears on your driver's licence.
Would you like to meet other RoadStars Drivers? Then use the RoadStars Driver icon as an identifying feature and send other RoadStars Drivers a friends request.
You can easily recognise other RoadStars Drivers by the blue steering wheel next to their display name.
It is used in all places where the display name of the user is used. Examples include: