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Smart Phone Truckers: Speeding Tickets? Protect your Rights with My Max Speed
My Max Speed™ documents your rate of speed by geo-location every 5 seconds to accurately confirm your speed at the time of a citation or need. Iconosys announces the release of My Max Speed™ for smart phones – a speed … Continue reading
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Gender Equity for Professional Drivers by Ellen Voie
When you’re a professional driver, the steering wheel doesn’t know whether you’re a man or a woman! That’s something my friend Ingrid reminds me of when I talk about the benefits of being a woman in the trucking industry. You’re … Continue reading
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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
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Ray TheHood RINO does not get it
It is obvious when one reads the United States Department of Transportation Secretary – Ray LaHood’s blog that he does not get it. Ray TheHood is a perfect example of what a REAL RINO (Republican In Name Only) is. Why … Continue reading
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Obama Administration Doing What It Does Best – Waste More Money
It makes no sense to waste money that you don’t have on things you don’t need. The Obama administration has said: “Now, there are still thousands of miles of roads, railways, and runways left to repair and improve. And engineers, … Continue reading
Another Distracted Driving Summit – why
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced that the second National Distracted Driving Summit will be held on September 21st, 2010, in Washington, DC. Lahood wants to build on the growing momentum sparked by the first summit last fall, Secretary … Continue reading
Diesel verses Natural Gas – In Trucking
There has been a big push in recent months about the trucking industry going “greener.” The push is for natural gas – but is it really better? I have a hard time seeing the advantages to “going green” at this … Continue reading
Freight industry can’t wait for transportation measure
Congress needs to act quickly to authorize $450 billion in spending on transportation projects over the next six years in order to avoid economic gridlock. That’s the message a coalition of business and transportation groups are sending as the Sept. … Continue reading
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