Daily Archives: September 11, 2018

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ATA, Rhode Island truck…

  ARLINGTON, Va. — Leaders of the American Trucking Associations and the Rhode Island Trucking Association (RITA) today pledged to continue fighting against what they..

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Diesel down 1.9 cents…

There’s a reason analysts call the price of oil and related products like diesel and home heating oil volatile. Today, the U.S. on-highway national average..

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Mack, Volvo to offer…

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Mack Trucks and Volvo Trucks North America are partnering with colleges in Florida, Ohio and Texas to offer the Diesel Advanced Technology..

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Rolling Strong, Enrollment First…

RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Rolling Strong, the provider of driver wellness programs for transportation companies and their drivers, as well as owner-operators, has formed a partnership..

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Civil engineers group says…

Every long-haul trucker knows America’s roads and bridges are in bad need of repair and that congestion is getting worse. But congestion aside, the American..

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Don Ake’s take: Bottleneck…

By Don Ake CV Equipment Expert Reprinted With Permission BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Institute for Supply Management’s PMI for Manufacturing (Purchasing Managers Index) jumped to..

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As Hurricane Florence barrels…

As Hurricane Florence headed Tuesday toward the Eastern Seaboard as a storm of what weather officials called a "staggering" size, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety..

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In this episode we cover:
- Insane U-turn by semi
- Cargo thieves get smarter
- Personal conveyance questions answered
Plus more news at https://t.co/l2LTQOYLDg

The EPA wants to place stricter emissions standards on heavy-duty truck engines: https://t.co/iRhBNePIHn

WINTER TRUCKING SAFETY: Look before you step! Make sure you place your foot where there is traction to support your weight. Be especially careful on uneven ground. Hold onto the vehicle as you transfer your weight. Be careful as steps may freeze up and not look slippery.

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