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Truckers Arrested for Soliciting Prostitution

An investigation of the Pride truck stop on Burnett Road in Chicopee, Massachusetts has unveiled very disturbing news. Continue reading

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Attention: Hazmat Carriers

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced, last week, a new safety initiative geared towards hazmat carriers. Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) scores and rankings will be used. Continue reading

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A Diamond in the Rough

We’ve been hearing about many trucking companies that are near-shutting down, or have already shut down because of this, that, or the other regulatory mandate. This trucking company, however, is predicting just the opposite. Continue reading

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ELDs to Blame…

It is no surprise to us that small carriers are, unfortunately, becoming less and less stable. There are trucking companies going under because of recently-mandated regulations and that needs to be addressed.  Continue reading

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Unknown Cost of Safer Roads

We know that deadly head-on collisions can occur when tall trucks are blocking the vision of other motor carriers. Samsung’s Safety Truck is designed to make the roads safer, but at what expense? Continue reading

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New Fuel Efficiency Standards: Good or Bad?

A big announcement was made on Friday by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). These new standards may affect more than you think. Continue reading

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Thirteen Years N’ Counting

Although communication between these two companies started a while back, Freightliner Trucks just announced a partnership with Agility Fuel Systems, a provider of natural gas systems. Continue reading

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Update: Safety Violation Fines Increase

The second of the month hit and now all truckers are facing increased fines for safety violations. Find out what those changes could mean for you. Continue reading

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Drivers Cheated Out of Hard-Earned Money

An L.A. Times article began by identifying the trucking industry’s current crisis as: “It cannot find enough people to sit behind the wheel.” Although change is hard for people to do, do you think the time has come to change the way truckers are paid? Continue reading

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Safety Violations Shut Down Carriers

This month, The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) shut down two trucking companies for a variety of safety violations. Continue reading