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Apr 16, 2014

The easy life of a truck driver?

One of the big partisan battles waging in America currently is the Democrats’ push for gender equality in pay. Regardless of where you come down on the issue of the government dictating pay practices, you should find quite interesting a recent grenade lobbed by Sen. Tom Harkin of Iowa, who is one of the Senate’s most liberal....More
Mar 18, 2014

Green vs. Green: Winners but no Losers

That trucking is greening ever faster was exceedingly evident to me while in Indy  attending numerous news conferences and taking in a dizzying array of booth displays promoting the environmental bona fides of all sorts of truck equipment at the annual NTEA Work Truck and its accompanying Green Truck Summit....More
Apr 14, 2014

Put down the phone and promise to drive distraction free

In 2012, nearly 3,400 people (3,328, actually) died in distraction-affected crashes, according to the U.S. Dept. of Transportation (DOT). An estimated 421,000 people were injured in crashes that involved a distracted driver. Approximately 660,000 drivers use a cell phone for talking or texting at ANY GIVEN MOMENT in time across the....More

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