Overdrive Staff

Trucker named Highway Angel for helping heart attack victim

While talking with the 911 operator, Brian O'Leary unbuckled the man and pulled him from the truck onto the ground, then performed CPR for more than four minutes.

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Partners in Business tip: Use a separate credit card for business expenses

Try to find a credit card without an annual fee and with a low interest rate. If possible, pay the balance in full every month

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Missouri enforcement blitz places four drivers, five trucks out of service

The three-day operation held Jan. 9-11 took place on a stretch of I-44 that the Missouri State Highway Patrol says has a history of criminal activity, as well as a high rate of CMV violations.

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Robert Hill’s 2015 Kenworth T660

The truck is powered by a Paccar MX-13 with 455 horsepower, a 13-speed transmission and 3:25 rears.

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Fibertech low-rider fenders

Fenders are designed for 52-inch axle spacing

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USA Truck launches new military apprenticeship program

The program allows veterans to receive Class A CDL training with no up-front costs, and allows them to begin working at USA Truck while still receiving VA benefits.

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Arizona crews narrowing section of I-40 to one lane through March

The I-40 Rock-Fall Mitigation Safety Project began this week on westbound I-40 near Joseph City, ADOT says. The interstate will be narrowed to one lane at milemarker 279 between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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Driver named Highway Angel for helping motorist who had stroke

Jerry Ginter helped a driver who had a stroke get out of his vehicle to safety.

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Kevin Parker’s 2016 Peterbilt 389

Sitting on a 275-inch wheelbase, the truck features a diamond-plated deck plate, a Texas-style bumper and custom tarp boxes.

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Trucking rap sheet: Carrier owner arrested for $1M in unpaid tolls, Pa. med examiner suspended

A New Jersey trucking company owner was recently arrested for having more than $1 million in unpaid tolls and fees accrued over a 13-month period, and a Pennsylvania woman accused of continuing to perform CDL medical exams after being suspended by the state has been suspended by the FMCSA.

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