Sean Randall

Liquid heart medicine

Cardioprim is an all-natural plaque removal drug in liquid form made from a concentrate of amino acids.

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C.R. driver wins a Harley

C.R. England has awarded a Harley-Davidson 1200 Custom to Stacy Scott for showing improvement in mile per gallon and average idle percentage for the second quarter 2012. Scott drives for Daylight Transport in the Dedicated Division and drives from Los Angeles to Indianapolis every week. During the quarter he was able to achieve an average of 7.43 mpg and a 12.8 percent idle. He has been with C.R. England since September 2010 and calls Antelope, Calif., home. The ...

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Love’s unveils cardless fueling

Love’s Travel Stops launched radio-frequency identification (RFID) cardless fueling technology and Comdata’s financial processing software at their Pauls Valley, Okla., location. The company plans to continue to roll out the RFID software at all travel stop locations by the end of September. More than 100 of Love’s locations will have cardless fueling available for professional drivers by the end of August. RFID automates the fueling process with the use of low-cost RFID tags in professional driver’s vehicles. ...

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Robert Ludlum’s ‘The Bourne Imperative’

Eric Van Lustbader's latest book in the Jason Bourne series continues to follow the former special agent in his adventures of political intrigue, crime and betrayal.

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Top drivers to square off

The 75th anniversary 2012 National Truck Driving Championships and National Step Van Driving Championships, hosted by American Trucking Associations, will be held August 7-11 in Minneapolis, Minn., at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

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Audiobook discusses sleep apnea, DOT requirements

The audiobook “Truckers’ Road To Health,” available on iTunes, Audible.com, Amazon.com and other audiobook websites, is an educational health tool promoted by TheManInWhite.org.

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Peterbilt upgrades 382 suspension

Peterbilt's Model 382 will now be available with the Air Leaf, Low Air Leaf and Air Trac drive axle suspensions.

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New York dealership relocates

Kenworth of Buffalo has relocated its Syracuse dealership to a larger facility located at Interstate 90 (New York Thruway) Exit 35, accessible to I-81, State Routes 11 and 481, and the Syracuse airport. The dealership features 12 service bays, with one bay dedicated as a wash bay. The drivers’ lounge offers wireless Internet and flat-screen TV. The facility offers free shuttle service and is a New York state inspection station. To celebrate the new location, Kenworth of ...

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I-64 ramp to close at I-55/70 in E. St. Louis

The Illinois Department of Transportation announced that the ramp from westbound I-64 to eastbound I-55/70 in east St. Louis will be closed to all traffic due to construction beginning Monday, July 23, 2012, weather permitting. All traffic will be detoured around this area using I-255 to I-55/70. The work is expected to be completed by Jan. 31, 2013. For more information, call 618-346-3353.

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Chevron announces May 2012 Million Mile Club inductees

Chevron Lubricants recently named the eight drivers inducted to the Delo-sponsored Red Eye Radio (formerly Midnight Trucking Radio) Million Mile Club in May 2012, which honors truck drivers in the U.S. and Canada with one million miles of accident-free driving. Each new member receives a personalized Million Mile Club jacket provided by Chevron Delo, a Million Mile Club membership card and a gift from the other participating sponsors. The new members are: ...

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