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Driver Todd McCann puts the ‘Trucker Dump’ podcast/blog between book covers

And more. 19-year veteran driver McCann has spent time organizing the book as an effective introduction to the world of long-distance trucking, capturing his whimsical and sometimes sarcastically humorous voice.

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Voices on the issues in post-crash litigation following June cover story

Readers respond to the issues around post-crash litigation, including strategies for prevention in the event that the worst happens.

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uShip Pro to drive European 3PL’s carrier connections

uShip's "Pro" technology backbone will power "Drive4Schenker," an online freight-matching and -management model launching later this year from a major European 3PL.

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Photos: Six new military-themed tractors and their drivers

A happy and healthy July 4 holiday to all of you, whether on the road or at the house. Here find further information about the six trucks, and the honored military veteran drivers, I wrote about Friday from U.S. Xpress.

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New music vid: ‘I became an American,’ by Jennie Simpson

Australia-born Jennie Simpson's new "I Became an American" single is about what it means to her to be a citizen of the United States after making her working life here as an owner-operator.

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U.S. Xpress launches military hiring initiative, unveils custom-designed tractors

The U.S. Xpress fleet handed three solo drivers and three teams -- all with military veterans among them -- the keys to six patriotically decorated trucks at an event at Chattanooga headquarters launching a new military hiring initiative.

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At — and out of — risk in Illinois

Could an abundance of risk be a good thing? If IL state lawmakers and the guv don't reach a budget deal today, $2 billion worth of construction projects could halt. But if the state can't pay for the construction, who's to say whether it'll pay to remove all the barrels ...

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Demand indicators for vans, reefers, flats up in the last week

An increase in the load-to-truck ratios for vans and reefers particularly indicates that rates on average could rise this week as the second quarter ends and a holiday weekend begins.

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Oversize hauler donates to breast-cancer effort

Quebec-based Express Mondor's third annual benefit for the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation brought in $28,000 -- over the last three years, the specialized hauler has donated more than $80,000 to the Foundation.

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Retirement rewards: Tobby Donalson’s 1959 Peterbilt 351

Two years after saying goodbye to the highway, independent owner-operator Tobby Donalson finished a rig he waited nearly 30 years for the time to rebuild just right

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