Trucking News

Class 8 truck orders rise in September

Net orders for all major North American manufacturers increased 21.6 percent over August and was 38.8 percent higher than a year earlier.

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A coffee for St. Christopher

What says trucking more than a good cup of coffee? Though I haven't done much coffee-related reporting since the March 2008 Truckers News story probing haulers' coffee preferences, I suspect that with the turmoil we've all seen in the economy since that time, the 16 percent of drivers reporting they made their own brew on the road have been joined by many others today. This morning, I thought you'd appreciate, I myself had a few ...

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Core driver wins photo contest

Rodney Shackelford won Truckers News' September photo contest.

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Boyd honors 2 as safe drivers

Virgil Shell and Dennis Howard were recognized for driving two million consecutive safe miles.

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Traffic delays at I-225 in Denver

Ramp closures on Interstate 225 in the Denver area will begin Sept. 25 and continue until Oct. 2.

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One week left in photo contest

Join the Truckers News photo group to enter and win!

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Calif. sessions to focus on trucks

The state’s Air Resources Board will solicit input on modifying the truck and bus and drayage truck regulations.

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Clinic offers free health checks

Roadside Medical Clinic + Lab is providing free health and wellness checks to drivers at all of its clinics though Sept. 25.

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Former Arrow Trucking driver advocate Donna Creekmore needs your help

At the collapse of her employer, Arrow Trucking, just days prior to Christmas in 2009, she was there when stranded drivers the nation over needed her help getting home -- Arrow driver advocate "Momma" Donna Creekmore was up for much of four days straight in those heady times, though her own troubles were beginning as well. Creekmore, in addition to being rather high-profile among industry watchers for her efforts, was in the Tulsa news at ...

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Ice Road Truckers head to Himalayas

IRT: Deadliest Roads pits drivers against a continent with the world’s highest mountain ranges.

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