June 2011 News Archive

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Trucker health and truck driving safety are key factors to ensuring the industry's reputation remains positive and strong.

With millions of trucks hauling freight nationwide every day, this massive industry can pump pollution into the air at a dangerous pace.

Fleet management businesses throughout the nation are increasingly aware of the importance of utilizing renewable energy for their trucks.

An innovative trucking company is answering the call to find solutions for high fuel costs.

The baby boomer generation is getting older, and more of them are on the roads than ever before, with numbers expected to double within the next ten years.

Although a truck's exterior aesthetics may not be on the minds of drivers, many talented designers have put time and effort into some of the advertisements on the big rigs that haul freight nationwide.

Texting or talking on a cell phone while driving is a hazardous practice.

The freight weight debate

Monday, June 27th, 2011

How much a truck is legally allowed to haul can make the difference between big profits and a struggling business.

Although an increase in taxes on fuel may cause some short term headaches, a recent national survey found that many drivers are in favor of additional taxes if the roads are well-maintained and other driving conditions are improved, reports Trucking Info.

Due to recent flooding in the Midwestern states, truck drivers remain diligent about completing their job despite trips being re-routed, reports Land Line.

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