May 2012 News Archive

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Electric trucks ready to go

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Communities across the country are considering implementing electric truck lanes adjacent to major highways in an effort to reduce traffic congestion and sound pollution, which could improve fleet management efforts by providing more efficient trucking routes.

Reducing fleet fuel costs

Monday, May 21st, 2012

The Atlantic recently listed a few ways trucking companies can reduce costs to improve fleet management efforts and free up capital for new technology and innovation.

The transportation industry is realizing its environmental impact and is looking to reduce its carbon footprint by finding cost-effective solutions.

Town meeting focuses on safety

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Snowbridge Roto-Rooter of Breckenridge, Colorado, is teaming up with the Colorado Motor Carriers Association of Denver to host a truck town meeting and safety seminar.

The HTAA is starting a $20 million program that will pay 10,000 commercial drivers more than $800 each if they lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

In recent years, trucker health has been a major concern, with many drivers suffering from obesity and sleep apnea. A new partnership between Rolling Strong and Healthy Vending Management is looking to ease those concerns.

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