safety

One Girl Trucking: ‘More courtesy now’

| June 01, 2012

An encounter with a pair of joy-riding, inconsiderate motorcyclists over Memorial Day turned dramatic when truck driver Bethany, blogging at One Girl Trucking, decided enough was enough and confronted the bikers at a red light. Read ...

Story in NY times tars oil field exemption

| May 18, 2012

I've been at work covering the uptick in oil field work surrounding new drilling techniques that have been enabling new oil and gas wells to explode in a number of areas around the country, from ...

Owner-operators back in the news on EOBRs

| May 14, 2012

The latest is following the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's formal removal of the remedial-directive rule, which would have required carriers with big hours compliance problems to install electronic onboard recorders. After being thrown out ...

Poster art for truck safety

| May 08, 2012

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrator Anne Ferro yesterday announced the two winners of this year’s “Be Ready, Be Buckled” Safety Belt Student Art Contest. Regular readers of the Channel 19 blog will remember this post ...

Truck safety flames fanned in Ind.; columnist banks dinner with police chief

| April 23, 2012

When Jerry Davich, columnist at the Post-Tribune of Chicago-area Merrillville, Ind., wrote about the case of an Indiana truck-car accident in which a death occurred recently, an area police chief challenged him to sit for ...

Crete Carrier wins Kellogg award

Truckers News Staff | April 01, 2012

FLEET INSIDER/BRIEFS/The Kellogg Company named Crete Carrier its 2011 National Carrier of the Year. Crete earned this award by providing outstanding performance in numerous categories.

Fleet Focus

Overdrive Staff | April 01, 2012

Carriers and truckers receive recognition and awards.

Speakout

Overdrive Staff | April 01, 2012

Truckes weigh in on safety and scheduling plus the biggest problems facing owner-operators.

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