November 2011 News Archive

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The region around Niagara Falls on the New York and Canada border is being discussed in the trucking industry, due to its high traffic areas and its importance in cross-border transportation.

Seasoned veterans of trucking and newly minted drivers who have recently completed their CDL training may know that jobs on the road have been experiencing an increase despite current issues with the economy and unemployment.

Truckers need to stay connected while on the road, but this sometimes can be difficult due to the constraints from laws about cell phone use while driving.

As the economy continues to experience some uncertainty, trucking organizations are doing all they can to ensure drivers across the country are gaining the wherewithal to handle their jobs, know new regulations and learn about job opportunities wherever they may reside.

According to Supply Chain Digital Magazine, there is a new application, or app, for smartphones and tablets on the market that can help assist fleet management within a trucking company

Website helps truckers search for jobs

Friday, November 4th, 2011

The conditions under which truckers work can vary from company to company, which new drivers may want to keep in mind while searching for employment after completing their CDL training.

The Rhode Island Trucking Association (RITA) announced that it has reached a milestone in its history.

As the fall turns into winter, fleet management owners know that their paperwork for their Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) is due for this year.

In Texas, state officials are changing some of the rules of the road to better accommodate truckers who have to stick to strict delivery deadlines.

Smartphone app helps file trucking taxes

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

When fleet management owners are handling their expenses, they may feel overwhelmed when it comes to organizing taxes owed for their trucks.

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