Overdrive Staff

Jason Graves’ 2006 Kenworth T600

Graves uses the truck to haul steel with a covered wagon and on weekends pulls the marching band trailer for his daughter's school.

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Another trucker shut down following fatal crash

Immediately after the crash, urine and blood samples were collected. The blood sample collected from Johnson tested positive for marijuana and PCP. Johnson also hadn't kept proper logs for 6 months, authorities say.

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Partners in Business tip: Get an engine inspection before you buy used

For any truck you’re looking at buying, try to get an engine inspection by an original equipment manufacturer shop for that engine’s brand.

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Owner-operator served shutdown order by FMCSA

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has issued an effective shutdown order to a Lowell, Massachusetts-based single-truck owner-operator after an investigation showed he was in violation of several major federal safety laws.

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Robert Pandullo’s ’05 Pete 379 and ’94 Kenworth W900L

The Pete is powered by a 550-horsepower Caterpillar and an 18-speed, and the Kenworth is equipped with a Cummins N14 and 15-speed.

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Love’s opened company record 47 stores in 2016, expanded offerings for drivers

Those 47 new locations gave truckers more than 3,000 new parking spaces, the company says, along with more than 220 showers, quick-service restaurants and more.

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Jesse Phillips’ W900 decorated for Christmas

Jesse Phillips decorated his Kenworth W900 and tanker for a holiday lights parade recently.

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Truckloads freight matching app hits downloads milestone

Trucker Path says more than 700 brokers post approximately 1.5 million loads per month using the Truckloads app.

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Owner-operators, fleets participate in Wreaths Across America Day

More than 150 trucking companies, small and large, helped transport more than 1.2 million wreaths across the nation this year for the annual Wreaths Across America event.

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AAA expecting record number of travelers during holiday season

AAA says it expects 93.6 million people to be on the highways for the year-end holidays, a 1.5 percent increase over last year. The year-end holiday period is defined by AAA as Friday, Dec. 23 through Monday, Jan. 2.

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