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Cross Border Trucking with Mexico – Equals US Jobs Lost
Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood announced at a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing on May 6th that the Obama Administration was “very close” to announcing a plan that would resolve the cross-border trucking dispute with Mexico. What are they smoking? I … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged border, D.O.T, Mexico, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, North American, Obama, Ray LaHood, Rep. Peter DeFazio, Rod Nofziger, safety, senate appropriations subcommittee, trafficking, Trucking, U.S., U.S. Capitol, U.S. Department, U.S. House, United States, unsafe mexican trucks, US 2 Comments
ATA – ‘Why is everybody always picking on me’
Up until a few months ago, I always thought the ATA was for the truck drivers. It was not until I really started paying attention to somethings that the ATA has said did I realize they are not for the … Continue reading
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Rail System vs. Highway Infrastructure – Follow the Money
With the highway infrastructure deteriorating the way it is and with all the congestion around every major city. Why does the government seem to just “turn their heads” the other way from trucking? Or at least it seems that way. … Continue reading
Women In Trucking honors female drivers at ‘Salute to Women Behind the Wheel’
The Women In Trucking (WIT) Association’s “Salute to the Women Behind the Wheel” brought together nearly 300 female professional drivers at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, KY last Saturday, March 27. © 2010, Truck Drivers News Blog. All rights … Continue reading
Posted in Women in trucking Tagged America, Anne Ferro, Association, event, guinness world record, J. J. Keller, Louisville, Mid-America Trucking Show, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, Ohio, one million miles, Paul Hartley, President Ellen Voie, Rand McNally, Silver, the Netherlands, Trucking, U.S., WIT, Women Leave a comment
Open the Border up to Mexican Trucks – Might be a Good Idea
Opening the border up to Mexican trucks allowing them to haul throughout the U.S. might be a good idea. Realistically no, but hypothetically yes. I say this because of the implementation of CSA2010, which realistically is a stronger way to … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged border, border program, care, CSA, health, mexican truckers, Mexico, new health care, President, survival chances, U.S., U.S. DOT, U.S. Mexico, unsafe mexican trucks Leave a comment
NHTSA reports Traffic Fatalities down in 2009
Today the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released their report on traffic fatalities for 2009. The report indicates that fatalities are still on a downward trend. This is good news obviously, but still it is too many according to … Continue reading
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Salute to Women Behind the Wheel reaches Halfway Mark
With only two weeks left before the Women In Trucking‘s “Salute to the Women Behind the Wheel” the organization is half way to its goal to set a new Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of female professional drivers. … Continue reading
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FMCSA Orders Tierra Santa Inc to Cease All Operations Immediately
Following an emergency request by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). The United States District Court for the Central District of California on Saturday ordered the owner of Tierra Santa Inc, the illegal bus company … Continue reading
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U.S.Truckers, think you have it bad with HOS
American truck drivers, think the HOS here in the U.S. is screwed up? I think “Truckies” from down under would disagree with you. Truckers in the U.S. drive for 11 hours, then off for ten hours. But, there is no … Continue reading
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