The Truckload Carriers Association now supports increasing the allowable truck weight from 80,000 to 88,000 pounds.
The final Pride & Polish event of 2010 will take place at the Truckin’ for Kids show in Irwindale, Calif., at the Toyota Speedway. The show will feature truck drags and a Wash and Shine event, along ...
Sales of trucks, like everything else, slumped badly during the recession. Now there’s a shortage of used trucks in the sweet spot of four to five model years old, and it’s not going away anytime ...
Such opportunities will increase as the economy struggles to get on its feet, and trucking already is ahead of the curve. It’s easy in the flush of good times to forget lessons so clearly illustrated ...
The recovery is still on, but it’s getting winded. That’s the conclusion of the Institute for Supply Management, which released its monthly manufacturing report today. While ISM’s Purchasing Managers Index “reading of 54.4 percent is still ...
Trucking and construction industry personnel and enthusiasts will find plenty to see and do at the inaugural Charlotte Diesel Super Show at the Charlotte Motor Speedway z-Max Dragway in Concord, N.C., Oct. 8-9.
Gordon Klemp, head of the National Transportation Institute (formerly SignPost), will speak in November on "The latest trends in owner-operator compensation." He will share detailed third-quarter pay data just in from over 350 moderate and large ...
Trucking radio host and Overdrive columnist Kevin Rutherford will discuss how to make wise choices in planning your loads in Overdrive’s next webinar
Max Heine is editorial director of Overdrive and writes regularly for the Overdrive Extra blog. A CDL holder, he joined Overdrive in 1998 after more than two decades of newspaper work. You can reach him at email@example.com or 205-248-1038.
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