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Truckers: Be heard on the proposed HOS changes
I’m known as the king of a few things. The Evil Overlord calls me the King of Cheese. I’m guessing it’s because of my love of Sharp Cheddar. Yea. That’s gotta be it. I’m also the King of Justification. With enough … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged accidents, amp, Brilliance, character limit, Cheese, evil overlord, good reason, hard style, hour, Hours-of-Service, Justification, king of procrastination, limit, percentages, reason, service, service changes, sorry butt, stupid decisions, Tendency, Today, truckers, trucks, Twitter, yea 6 Comments
E-logs: A Second Look
I knew it would happen sooner or later. I finally got the warning on my e-log unit telling me I had one hour of drive time left. This was bad, because I was fully aware that I wasn’t going to … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged 15 minutes, Angelina, biggie, bunny rabbit, butt, delivery point, dock, drive time, electronic logs, fear and loathing, Fears, Fellows, few days, few minutes, first impression, gestapo, Habit, hour, line, New Baby, post, shipper, Three Times, trailer, ugly head 3 Comments
Keeping a Watchful Eye on the Trucking Industry
As another year has passed us by, I will continue to act as a “watchdog” for the trucking industry. Last year was an unbelievable year for nonsensical rules and regulations that were forced upon the trucking industry. I wonder what … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry, trucking news Tagged bicycle paths, Bicyclist, billions of dollars, construction projects, Department of Transportation, FMCSA, Gusher, high speed rail, hour, motor carriers, parking, rest areas, road taxes, safety, safety administration, Secretary of Transportation, speed limiters, stimulus, Transportation, Truck Drivers, truckers, trucking industry, Watchdog, watchful eye 1 Comment
E-logs: My first impression by Todd McCann
I would like to thank @ToddMcCann for giving me the permission to repost this article. As always, he has done an excellant job with getting the information out. Despite the fact that I’ve been driving for 13 years, I made … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry, trucking news Tagged 13 Years, back handsprings, blog, Cheer Leading, Dean, electronic logs, excellant job, fear and loathing, first impression, God, half mile, hate factor, hour, mccann, mistake, Panties, paper, parking, problem, Running, rush hour traffic, Shhhhhh, shipper receiver, truck, Worries 2 Comments
Summer Of Recovery – Where?
Seems this is all you here from the Obama administration these days. My question is where is it recovering? Every day or so I see US Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood tout about how our Recovery Act projects are putting … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking, trucking news Tagged act projects, american economy, google, grocery store, hour, implementation, jobless benefits, labor department, layoffs, New Jobs, Obama, People, prevailing wages, Ray LaHood, recovery act, Secretary of Transportation, time claims, Today, transportation infrastructure, Truck Drivers, Trucking, trucking companys, unemployment, usdot 1 Comment
Time Change: Springing Forward – Here We Go Again
It’s that time of the season again. Yes, the time for resetting our clocks. On, or just before, 2:00 AM – Sunday, March 14 gets here, set your watches and clocks ahead one hour. The catchy little phrase “Spring ahead, … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged American Samoa, Arizona, change, circadian rhythm, Daylight, daylight saving time, daylight savings time, energy policy act, energy policy act of 2005, Hawaii, hour, Jason, Puerto Rico, Saving, sleep deprivation, Sunday, time, US, us virgin islands, Virgin Islands Leave a comment
Oklahoma Senator says “Slow them Trucks down”
After a wreck in June, 2009 that killed ten people on the Will Rogers turnpike in Oklahoma, Senator Earl Garrison wants to make the trucks go slower. The Will Rogers Turnpike is 88 miles long, running form Tulsa to the … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Class, cost, dangerous conditions, hour, Missouri, missouri state line, Oklahoma, ROGERS, Rogers Turnpike, Senator Earl Garrison, speed, State, state lawmakers, Tulsa, will rogers, will rogers turnpike 5 Comments