Overdrive Staff

Sitton Honored for On-Time Deliveries

From left to right: Lowe's Mt. Vernon, D.C., manager, Mike Sanders, presents Sitton Motor Lines' customer service national accounts r...

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DOT Agrees to Hours Rule Deadline

In order to settle a lawsuit, federal transportation officials have agreed to publish a final hours-of-service rule by May 31 and meet n...

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FMCSA Solicits Opinions on Graduated License

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is seeking public comment about beginning a graduated commercial driver's license prog...

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Atlanta Petro Getting Idleaire Electrification

IdleAire Technologies Corp. has started building its Advanced Travel Center Electrification project at an Atlanta Petro as truckers' a...

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International Spotlights Upgrades at Arizona Ride-and-Drive Event

Trucks were powered by low-emission engines from International, Cummins and Caterpillar. International Truck and Engi...

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ATA and NATSO Spar Over Price Gouging Concerns

As diesel fuel prices continued to rise in early March, the American Trucking Associations asked the 50 state attorneys general to watc...

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ATA Names 30 Road Team Finalists

The American Trucking Associations named 30 truck drivers as finalists in the competition to become captains on the 2003 America's Roa...

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Retired Trucker Wins $1 Million

Kevin Smith, a retired company driver, became the first million-dollar winner on daytime television's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire"...

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FYI

$1,000 Winner The eTrucker.com Money for Miles program's most recent $1,000 winner is Annette Robertson of Bastrop, La. For mo...

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Single Driver, Team Outdoorsman

It wasn't a perfect day for turkey in Camden County, Mo., but Don Seman's patience paid off. They say if you can...

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