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Truck Driver Cleared of Involvement in March 12 Motor Coach Accident
A bus crash at I-95 exit 14 in New York resulted in 13 fatalities and eight critically injured. The bus was traveling from the Mohegan Sun casino to New York’s Chinatown when the accident occurred on the Westchester County-Bronx border … Continue reading
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Frito-Lay Trailer Features Women In Trucking Graphic
Women In Trucking (WIT) and Frito-Lay North America continue to work together to encourage women to look at careers within the trucking industry. Now, this message will be seen on a trailer as it delivers Frito-Lay products to consumers across … Continue reading
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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
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Unfriendly States Cities – How are you going to get your Freight?
This is something that really gets my blood boiling. There are not many trucker friendly places left in the United States. Of course the Northeast has never been trucker friendly as far as getting around the different Cities in the … Continue reading
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Educating the Public Driving Tips: Traveling with Tractor Trailers
In my last post about driving tips, I gave you five tips that if you follow could save your life. We talked about what not to do such as: pulling out in front of tractor-trailers; don’t dead stop in front … Continue reading
Some States Want Heavier Truck Weight Limits
In 1956 Congress legislated maximum axle weight, gross vehicle weight, and width limits for trucks operating on Interstate highways. Congress adopted the weight limits recommended in 1946 by the American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHO), now the American Association … Continue reading
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Some Food For Thought – Concerning Truck Related Accidents
I have recently been seeing lots of truck vs car related accidents showing up in the news. I especially am keeping an eye on these accidents as it seems everybody and their brother is just looking for another excuse to … Continue reading
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Safe & Secure Trailer Lots Opening Nationwide – Sangar Cargo Security
With Cargo Theft on the rise, truckers and fleet managers are facing higher risks than ever before. We all know the stats, we all know the cost of the load that goes missing time and time again. We all know … Continue reading
Blind Spots – Learn Them and Live
Did you know there were four blind spots or “no zones” surrounding a tractor trailer that the driver of the truck cannot see objects from the drivers seat? Any vehicle driven has blind spots – but today I will only … Continue reading
Hauling More Weight Safer More Fuel Efficient – Says Who
How is allowing an 80,000 pound vehicle to haul 97,000 pounds “suppose” to be safer, let alone “more fuel efficient?” Well, believe it or not there is a bill right now being pushed upon congress to allow states to increase … Continue reading