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Time to Explain the Myths about SETA – Heavier Weight for Tractor Trailers
This is beginning to really make me mad. These fools that are pushing the government to allow states to “raise” the legal weight limits for tractor-trailers – actually believe it will be safer and more fuel efficient. There is no-way … Continue reading
Posted in trucking news Tagged advocates, axle trucks, Bill, common sense, Competitive Edge, critical opportunity, director john, Executive Director, FOOLS, heavy truck, Inefficiency, motorists, Myths, paper, percent, rig, sense ideas, SETA, shippers, shipping standards, tractor trailers, transportation act, truck, truck space, trucking industry 1 Comment
E-logs: Do they really Increase Driving Time?
Thanks @ToddMcCann for posting this. Every day in America, people who “know what’s best” for truckers are trying to convince us how great e-logs are. One of the biggest things these pushers are trying to make us snort is that … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Amount Of Time, Answer, Brains, Bush, double duty, drive time, driving time, Duty, initial question, jerks, little bit, paper, Paper Logs, Physics, pimps, Precedence, Running, Scissors, Second Half, stop, Tad, time space continuum, time thanks, truck, truckers 2 Comments
WIT and JJ Keller Team up to offer Anti-Harassment Best Practices Policies for Carriers
The Women In Trucking Association, with the support of J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.® will present an anti-harassment best practices white paper for carriers to adopt for driver training. The trucking industry has struggled with how to avoid harassment … Continue reading
Posted in Women in trucking Tagged Association, best practices white paper, Compliance Products, Construction Safety, driver trainers, Employment, female trainee, Female Trainers, Hamblin, harassment issues, human resource issues, initial weeks, J. J. Keller, jj keller, Jjkeller, keller associates inc, negative interaction, paper, president ceo, Regulation Compliance, safety, subject matter experts, trucking association, trucking industry, Women Leave a 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
Schneider National going to paperless logs
Schneider National Inc. soon will begin tracking the work hours of its 13,270 drivers electronically, a significant move in what could turn into a more general shift away from the trucking industry’s much-derided paper logbooks. That shift may come voluntarily … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Bob Baylor, Don Osterberg, electronic recorders, government mandate, Ind., industry, Milan, paper, Perry, Schneider, Schneider National Inc., shift, Trucking, trucking firm, trucking firms Leave a comment
Monson Trucking to close; 200 jobs will end in August
Monson Trucking, based in Duluth, is shutting down operations for good by Aug. 31, putting 200 people out of work. Many of its 100 employees in Duluth were told Wednesday in multiple meetings, said Michael Monson, one of the owners. … Continue reading
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