The book tackles a broader subject: the link between murders and the Interstate Highway System.
Driver data could go public, U.S. and Mexico sign trucking deal, broker regulatory bill reintroduced and other industry news items are featured.
The legislation would permit states to sell food and fuel from interstate rest areas.
For hard-working owner-operators trying to survive in a highly regulated industry, Overdrive became the Voice of the American Trucker.
Without raising the federal gas tax, the federal government could increase spending on interstates by $10 billion a year, the study concluded.
The report warned of highway gridlock and a shortage of train trackage in the future.
When a Devon, Penn., lawyer representing big commercial construction contractors insists that "Nobody's against this," referring to tolling major interstates as a method of funding their upkeep and expansion, I suspect he's not talked to anyone ...
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