Truckload Carriers Association

Whitehead named Highway Angel

| November 20, 2010

Bill Whitehead, a driver with FirstFleet, was named by the Truckload Carriers Association for helping motorists whose car had been struck by a deer.

Boyd Bros. Transportation driver tops 2 million miles

| November 16, 2010

Company driver Virgil Shell recently exceeded driving 2 million miles safely, Boyd Bros. Transportation announced. A 16-year veteran trucker and resident of Columbia, S.C, Shell was given a bonus check and trophy for his accomplishment. Shell ...

Women in Trucking go for Pepsi Refresh grant

| November 09, 2010

In a presentation at the Truckload Carriers Association/ACS "Perfect Storm" conference in Nashville, sponsored by Overdrive's owners, Randall-Reilly Business Media and Information, Women in Trucking's Ellen Voie (pictured) talked about her organization's work identifying and ...

CSA 2010 to bring increase in driver pay?

| November 05, 2010

The news over at the San Francisco Chronicle yesterday included a release from editors at J.J. Keller, emphasizing the reach of CSA 2010 beyond just for-hire truck carriers. "When the term 'motor carrier' is used," ...

Hubbard named Highway Angel of Year

| November 01, 2010

The Ruan Transport driver saved the life of a man trapped inside a burning car.

Trucking to the Bowl Championship Series

| October 27, 2010

Five trucking sponsors have partnered to make possible a college football bowl game to be held on December 18 in Boise, Idaho, with a 5:30 p.m. ET kickoff on ESPN. With the Truckload Carriers Association, broker ...

Friday: Deadline for trucker award nomination

| October 26, 2010

The nomination deadline has been extended to Oct. 29 for the 2011 Overdrive TCA Owner-Operator of the Year.

TCA changes stance to favor higher truck weights

Jill Dunn | October 23, 2010

The Truckload Carriers Association now supports increasing the allowable truck weight from 80,000 to 88,000 pounds.

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