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What is your Time Worth Per Hour? by Ellen Voie
If you’re a driver, you get paid by the mile or by the load, but not usually by the hour. Have you calculated your value in terms of time? If you are a volunteer, your time is worth more than … Continue reading
Posted in Women in trucking Tagged 365 days in a year, Affliction, cause, check, Days In A Year, educational foundations, emergency transport, environmental efforts, Natural Settings, Nonprofit Organization, professional drivers, Rainforests, Spiritual Needs, television, Time Time, time worth, Trade Organizations, transport for christ, truck, trucking industry, trucking magazine, Truckload Carriers Association, Truckstop, twenty four hours, volunteer 3 Comments
Anne Ferro:”This is Why US-Taxpayers and American Truck Drivers need to Foot The Bill for EOBRs for Mexican Trucks”
Ever since the announcement of the “new cross-border deal” with Mexico, and upon finding out that US taxpayers and truck drivers would be paying for the Electronic on-board Recorders (EOBR) for the Mexican trucks. The question of “why” are we … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged agency, Annual Meeting, cost, cross border, federal motor carrier, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, ferro, FMCSA, Free Trade Agreement, hours of service rules, Hours-of-Service, Mexican, Mexican Trucks, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, North American Free Trade Agreement, pilot program, safety, salt on the wound, Slap Face, slap in the face, taxpayers, Truck Drivers, Truckload Carriers Association, way 1 Comment
Women In Trucking Association and Navistar Partner to Honor Trucking’s most Influential Women
The Women In Trucking Association and Navistar Inc have created an annual award to honor the trucking industry’s most influential woman. The inaugural award will be given at a reception to be held during the Truckload Carriers Association conference in … Continue reading
Posted in Women in trucking Tagged Association, belec, career environment, carriers, Chief Marketing Officer, federal motor carrier, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, inaugural award, influential women, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, Navistar, Presiden, president ceo, president president, Tom O Brien, Transport Topics, travel centers, trucking association, trucking industry, truckload, Truckload Carriers Association, Women, Women Face Leave a comment
TCA Supports Fuel Tax Increase to Fund Highway Improvements
The Truckload Carriers Association has decided for the first time to support a fuel tax increase as a preferred method of highway funding. “In a general sense, we are supportive of fuel tax increases over the other alternatives, such as … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged American Trucking Associations, fuel tax increases, preferred method of highway funding, privatization, support a fuel tax increase, tolling, Truckload Carriers Association, weight/distance taxes or ton-mile taxes Leave a comment