November 2011 News Archive

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Some small California trucking companies are raising concerns over the discussions about emissions laws and are taking the next step to make sure their voices are heard.

Some big trucking companies in major cities are helping organizations that advocate for a greener environment.

The Healthy Trucking Association of America (HTAA) has been making great strides towards educating drivers about their wellness and what can be done to improve their physical condition while on the road.

A special program is breaking down the stereotypes of truckers and educating students on the importance of this career.

Despite uncertain economic times, one trucking company has launched its load board and transport carrier directory and has experienced great success in the industry.

When female truckers begin their careers in the often male-dominated industry, they may wish to find other like-minded workers for support and solidarity.

As freight hauling requirements continue to stay steady throughout the country, some trucking companies are expanding their services and fleets to keep up with demand.

When truckers are beginning their career on the road after completing their CDL training, they may want to strive towards being the best of the best in their field, as these efforts are often recognized.

Even when truckers decide to retire from the industry, they are not forgotten for their dedication to the challenging career path.

A truck driving school in Arkansas is helping out local residents in Little Rock this holiday season by delivering food and other necessities to those who require a little assistance, reports the Associated Press.

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