Overdrive Staff

Shell, Bridgestone partner to offer Rotella, other oils at Bridgestone network retailers

The program will make products such as Pennzoil, Quaker State and Shell Rotella engine oils available at Bridgestone affiliated retailers that choose to enroll in the program.

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POLL: Ideal future for the 34-hour restart?

With Congressional attention back on the 34-hour restart in the hours of service after language of the FY 2016 appropriations bill put its very existence in a kind of limbo, what's your preferred version of its future?

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TugForce freight platform opens pre-registration period

Latest 'Uber for trucking' launches pre-registration period for its mobile- and web-apps-enabled freight platform, which will be fully functional in May.

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Ritchie Bros. sells record at Orlando auction

The auction featured more than 500 truck tractors and more than 390 trailers.

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Papé Kenworth named KW Dealer of Year

In the past nine years, Papé Kenworth has earned four Kenworth Gold Awards and five Silver Awards. The dealership was chosen as Dealer of the Year from a pool of more than 360 Kenworth dealers.

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California driver shut down after failed drug tests, crash

The driver was found to be medically unqualified to operate a commercial vehicle during a May 2015 FMCSA investigation in which the agency discovered he'd tested positive for the use of prohibited controlled substances, amphetamines or methamphetamines, on three separate occasions since 2012.

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James Dockery’s Mayfield Dairy yellow Peterbilt 389

James Dockery’s 2013 Peterbilt 389 is painted Mayfield Dairy yellow and pulls a Vantage bulk tank.

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Highway Angel calls for help after fellow trucker suffers stroke

Joel Dees, a driver from Port Orchard, Wash., has been named a Highway Angel by the Truckload Carriers Association for saving another truck drivers’ like after she suffered a stroke while alone in her truck.

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‘Highway Thru Hell’ follows heavy towing company through hellish Canadian winters

The Weather Channel’s “Highway Thru Hell” series, now in the midst of its fourth season, follows Jamie Davis and his heavy rescue company based in British Columbia, Canada.

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Partners in Business tip: Open a separate checking account for your business

Run a one-truck owner-operator business? Separate your business account from your personal account -- here's why.

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