James Jaillet

Green Machine: Wes Malmgren’s ’04 Pete 379

Wes Malmgren poured all the artistry he could muster into his personal 379.

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Collapsed I-5 bridge reopens with temporary replacement span

The Interstate 5 bridge spanning the Skagit River near Mount Vernon, Wash., has reopened with a reduced speed limit of 40 miles per hour. The bridge reopened this morning, the Washington Department of Transportation announced.

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Pilot employees plead guilty, agree to testify against others

Three more Pilot Flying J employees have pleaded guilty to federal charges of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and have reportedly agreed to testify against others involved in the case.

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Fleet sues Pilot, names CEO directly as defendant

An Alabama-based carrier has filed suit against Pilot and its top-level executives in the wake of federal accusations that the company fraudulently withheld fuel rebates from customers.

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Lights out: California car hauler

Stephen Ashburn’s 2005 Peterbilt 379 presented an ideal starting point for his truck-showing career.

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Advice on lowering the front of a KW

What’s the best way to lower the front of a Kenworth W900A? Jeff Battler from 12ga. Customs has the answer.

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Report on I-5 bridge collapse says trucker ‘felt crowded’

An NTSB report written from preliminary accounts of the collision that caused the bridge collapse on Interstate 5 near Mount Vernon, Wash., says that the top of an oversize load collided with an overhead portal and some sway braces.

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Tennessee Pride & Polish show kicks off later this month

The newest addition to the Overdrive's Pride & Polish tour — the Fitzgerald Truck Show — will take place at the end of the month, June 28-29, at the headquarters of Fitzgerald Truck Parts & Sales in Crossville, Tenn.

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Americans prefer good roads to iPhones, electricity, Internet and sewage?

What's really more important in the lives of Americans — cable, cell phone, Internet, water, sewage or electricity? The surprising answer: Well-maintained transportation infrastructure.

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CSA’s kinks: Agency working on new site, possibly changing scoring

An FMCSA rep says a new site is coming for public display of CSA scores to more accurately portray safety risk in an attempt to mitigate carriers' concerns of the public nature of the scores.

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