Overdrive Staff

OTR drivers at Crete, Shaffer to receive pay boost

Crete cites higher demand from customers and more miles for drivers as the main reasoning behind the pay increase.

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Two weeks remain to formally comment on speed limiter rule proposal

If the rule were to be made final, all new trucks would be required to use electronic speed governors. There is also a possibility it will require all trucks with factory-equipped speed limiters to be governed as well.

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‘Black Betty’: Chris Phillips’ 2002 Kenworth W900L

Colorado-based heavy hauler

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Web-based small fleet, broker TMS software

With a starting price of $69 a month and the first 30 days free, the Tailwind company's all-in-one Trucking & Freight Broker Software is built, the company says, to help small- to medium-size trucking companies and brokerages compete.

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ATA expects Congress to act on hours of service before year’s end

An ATA rep says Congress is expected to act to clear up the hours of service confusion created by a 2015-passed bill that could unintentionally remove the 34-hour restart as a tool for truckers to use to reset their weekly on-duty clocks.

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Hirschbach adds Lytx in-cab video system

The company says it tested different video systems over the last year and a half before deciding on Lytx and adds it will help exonerate its drivers when they are not at fault.

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‘The General’: Kyle Cousins’, Phillip and Carol Schneider’s 2017 Kenworth W900L Icon

Custom W900L Icon pays tribute to veterans

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Love’s adds new Tennessee, Texas locations

Love's opened new stores this week in Domino, Texas, and White House, Tenn.

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Trucker hauling Capitol Christmas Tree calls cross-country trip the ‘haul of a lifetime’

The trip, which began Nov. 6, will be the longest journey in his 33-year career as a trucker. Amoth is the owner of Twin Falls, Idaho-based Gary Amoth Trucking, a fleet of 125 trucks.

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Four truckers reach $260k settlement with J.B. Hunt after alleged religious discrimination

Carrier giant J.B. Hunt has reached a $260,000 settlement with four Sikh truckers who claim the carrier discriminated them based on their religious beliefs when they refused to cut their hair for J.B. Hunt's hair-sample drug screening program.

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