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Letters from Readers

LOT LIZARD ARTICLES A GOOD START IN ADDRESSING 'SERIOUS PROBLEM' I have been trucking since 1955 or so and married for 40 years to...

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Tables Are Turning

LaRue Mitchell and her husband Mike, who recently leased on to Landstar, are optimistic about 2003. That's even with the "financial crunch"...

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Moving Together

With a limited formal education, Ken Snyder Sr. knew early in life that hard work was the road to a successful career. "The key to success is...

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A Grade Flattener

The rolling Texas hill country west of San Antonio is excellent terrain to test the performance of new power units. It is a mix of grades rang...

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Dolly: Here She Comes Again

Halos & Horns Dolly Parton The 56-year-old legend cranks out another bluegrass dynamo with this Sugar Hill Records release. He...

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Chilly Job, Billy Bob

Bitterroot James Lee Burke Reviewed by Vicky Stowers Owner-operator Listening Time: 6 hours...

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Transport America Helps Charity

More than a dozen Transport America drivers donated their time and the company donated its trailers to help support the Minnesota Chapter of t...

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Melting Snowballs and Flying Pigs

John Latta Executive Editor Jlatta@eTrucker.com How's your purchasing ...

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A Drive Down Memory Lane

1977 was a significant year in trucking. Issues like deregulation, the 55-mile-per-hour speed limit, highway use taxes, the increasing cost of...

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Driver Driven

Trucks, engines and other components have changed dramatically over the past 25 years and truck drivers are the major inspiration for this evo...

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