James Jaillet

Infographic: Electronic logging device maker PeopleNet pushes driver pay, convenience as e-log benfits

Major electronic logging device provider PeopleNet this week unveiled an infographic detailing stats that the company says show use of ELDs can boost a driver's annual pay by about $1,500 and save about 30 minutes a day.

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‘Her and the memories’: Owner-op’s 1981 Kenworth W900

"The truck is gone,” owner-operator Jerry Martin says of his first KW. "But I still go the best part of it — her (his wife) and the memories!”

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Restart rollback: Congress could take further action on hours regs, block insurance increase rule

A bill introduced in the U.S. House this week would is passed further entrench the suspension of certain 2013 hours-of-service rules and block the DOT from proceeding with a rule to increase the minimum amount of liability insurance required of motor carriers.

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Photos: Beauty shots of Pride & Polish winners from 75 Chrome Shop Show

Beauty shots of the Best of Show winners from this weekend's show.

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‘88 Mike’ takes home win in first ChampTruck race weekend: Photos, crash video and more from the races

Nashville-based Mack technician Mike Morgan won the first-ever Meritor ChampTruck World Series race this weekend in Millville, N.J., where the series’ inaugural race weekend hit the New Jersey Motorsports Park.

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75 Chrome Shop Pride & Polish winners: ‘Disorderly Conduct,’ three others pick up Best of Show wins

In addition to Roccapriore's '99 Pete, three others won Best of Show honors, qualifying all for the 2015 Pride & Polish National Championship. Here's a full list of winners and photos of the Best of Show trucks.

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Photo gallery: Dozens of show trucks turn up for 75 Chrome Shop Pride & Polish

The first Overdrive's Pride & Polish show of the year, taking place this weekend at the 75 Chrome Shop in Wildwood, Fla., wraps up Sunday, April 26. Here's a look at some of the trucks on display.

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GAO studying FMCSA predictions vs. reality on hours rule, ATA says in regulatory, legislative update

Dave Osiecki, the American Trucking Associations’ head of regulatory affairs, said the results of the GAO’s study are expected in the coming months. Osiecki and Chris Spears, ATA’s head of legislative affairs, offered a regulatory and legislative update April 24.

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Swift, nation’s third-largest fleet, implementing driver-facing, forward-facing cameras in all trucks

Swift, the U.S.’ third largest carrier, will be outfitting its more than 6,000 company-owned trucks with Lytx DriveCam systems, which include forward-facing and driver-facing cameras that record and upload video clips before and after events like hard braking and swerving.

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25 custom truck videos to celebrate 25 years of Pride & Polish: Here’s the red-out 379 ‘Cathouse’

Continuing our 25 best show truck videos countdown — Oklahoma owner-operator Mike Lemley's award-winning Peterbilt 379.

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