In all the hubbub over the mandate for electronic onboard recorders included in the highway-bill language, it's perhaps been easy to overlook some of better results for truckers and advocates, chief among them other language ...
Missouri will continue its initiative to expand interstate truck parking by transforming the I-29 Mound City rest areas to truck parking.
Cedar Lake, Ind., Town Councilman John Foreman says he doesn't want trucks parked near his $300,000 house.
It took some doing, but we figured out how to park the truck in Sacramento where we could enjoy a day of tourist fun.
Security told us to pay to park, then a load canceled later in the day.
Two-year $109-billion transportation bill includes funds for creating truck parking and an electronic onboard recorder mandate.
Truck parking is always an issue and more so with our present carrier that prohibits truck parking on the street.
Governmental efforts to expand truck parking continue in many states. The next step — providing real-time space availability information — is just around the corner in select areas.
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