Friday, September 22, 2017
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TA initiates fall SweepSTEAKS promotion

TA initiates fall SweepSTEAKS promotion

WESTLAKE, Ohio — The TA Restaurant Group is inviting guests to help clean up this Fall with its SweepSTEAKS’ promotion in its full-service restaurants.

Georgia driver, an ex-Navy man, named Trucking’s Top Rookie at GATS

Georgia driver, an ex-Navy man, named Trucking’s Top Rookie at GATS

DALLAS – Between the ever-growing demand for drivers and the ever-advancing average age of drivers already behind the wheel, it’s enough to have the entire industry wondering, “Where’s the next generation of quality drivers coming from?”

Friends pull off a surprise tribute to Dave Nemo during GATS

Friends pull off a surprise tribute to Dave Nemo during GATS

DALLAS – For decades, Dave Nemo has been a traveling companion to more truck drivers than he’ll ever know, and he’s been to more truck shows than he can probably remember. But the 2017 Great American Trucking Show is one he’ll never forget, thanks to sly bit of deception by a few of his best friends.

CVSA announces it will hold off out-of-service criteria related to ELD rule until April

CVSA announces it will hold off out-of-service criteria related to ELD rule until April

GREENBELT, Md. – There’s a bit of good news for carriers still clinging to hope for a delay to the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate, although it’s just a sliver of a reprieve.

'Rigs Without Cigs' smoking cessation program kicks off at GATS

'Rigs Without Cigs' smoking cessation program kicks off at GATS

DALLAS — For 10 years, the St. Christopher Truckers Development and Relief Fund has helped commercial truck drivers who’ve experienced financial hardship due to medical problems.

N.Y./N.J. Democratic senators demand data prompting withdrawal of sleep apnea rule

N.Y./N.J. Democratic senators demand data prompting withdrawal of sleep apnea rule

WASHINGTON — Four Democratic senators from New York and New Jersey have sent a letter to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao pressing Chao on DOT’s decision to withdraw the proposed rule to mandate sleep apnea testing on the federal level for rail workers and commercial truck drivers if a symptom is observed.

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