Lucinda Coulter

Experts: Tire maintenance critical in CSA era

Truckers should use fuel-efficient, properly mounted tires that suit the hauls they carry, experts said during a tire technology seminar.

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Truckers, health buffs run in early morning 5k

Seventy-two contestants finished the so-named 5k Big Rig Run shortly after dawn today as part of the growing health advocacy at the Great American Trucking Show.

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Revamped IdleAir plans expansion

Electrification services will expand from 21 sites currently in operation to 100 by the end of 2013 with more expansion planned, the company says.

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Trucking exec urges industry to adapt as market shifts

The trucking industry is reshaping itself within rapid market changes, Navistar’s sales and marketing vice president James Hebe said today.

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1970s-era Overdrive staffer enjoyed storied past

Former Overdrive receptionist, Bonnie Robinson, remembers a storied past at the magazine, whose headquarters were once in Hollywood, Calif.

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Cheers, stars launched the Great American Trucking Show

Randall-Reilly Publishing's first Great American Trucking Show in Dallas had a spirited start in August 12 years ago.

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Lassie come home: Calling all dog stories

OverdriveRetro is sponsoring a reader-submission contest for the doggone best trucking dog stories.

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For the dog days of summer: Doug dog to the rescue

Doug Dog, a canine with his own twitter account, has trucking roots with Overdrive and is a reminder of a pooch's warmth.

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Blasts from the past: Bennies and bad checks

Cartoons by Overdrive artist C. Livolsi in the 1960s were hard-hitting satires fused with corny humor.

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A yellow butterfly flitters in her golden years

The 1974 Kenworth "Lady Butterfly," once featured as Overdrive's Tractor of the Month, is still pulling her weight and more.

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