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Where do the English muffins go for lunch?

"I totally get why I can't have a hamburger during breakfast hours at some places, and unlike William Foster, I don't freak out when I miss the deadline for sausage gravy and biscuits. I do, however, wonder where the English muffins go after 12 p.m."

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‘Not adding up’: Following Supreme Court’s hit to ELD challenge, owner-operators reckon with next steps

In the wake of the Supreme Court's official denial of OOIDA's appeal for it to throw out the ELD rule, attention turned to the Trump administration and, more closely, Congress. A bevy of readers faced down the reality of further limited options for an ELD challenge.

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The littlest truck show that could

"The 2nd Annual Take Pride Truck Show is in the books. We ended the weekend with a whopping total of $6,300 and some change, raised for Truckersfinalmile.org. To date, this is the largest dollar amount raised at a truck show for this charity, and we are thrilled to have been a part of it."

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Saturday round-up: Put a diaper on your dump; Video — Black Out military tribute rig at Rolling Thunder

The "Dumpster Diaper" company's product prevents leakage from some dump bodies/trailers, and video of Chuck Timbrook and military veterans' presentation of the colors ahead of the Rolling Thunder rally and ride two weekends back.

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Just his $2 worth

Bill Weaver's got a unique plan to draw attention to truckers' concerns: "Let's all get with our banks and have them order us in $2 bills to spend on the road for expenses ... as a form of protest to let the public know our plight."

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Thursday round-up: HHG hauler Finn Murphy’s excellent memoir, ‘Bear in the air’ makes radio primetime

Hear Truckers News editor David Hollis' podcast talk with household goods hauling owner-operator Finn Murphy about his new memoir, and: Mercy sakes alive, looks like we got ourselves a radio spot!

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2nd annual Take Pride Truck Show, June 9-10, 2017

"Please let me gush for a minute to thank and give a shout out to all our friends who helped. We are so honored to have been asked to help plan and organize this event. I am always in awe of how generous this industry is."

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Tuesday round-up: Miracle on the road, and ‘retirements’ accelerate at Wes Memphis’ fleet in wake of e-log transition

A truck rolls safely with "no ELD, no ABS, no ERG, no SCR no DEF?" What gives? one reader cracks wise. And Wes Memphis returns to the blog with a suggestion that, should biz consultant Jeffrey Hayzlett's rule of thirds apply to post-ELD mandate trucking, there will be "no lack of trucking jobs"...

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Translating talk-to-text practice

Wendy, preparing for the five-year overhaul of hand surgery: "Sometimes, translation is hard."

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Will Uber Freight ‘disrupt’ trucking?

More sophisticated load-matching, combined with the availability of real-time lane data, gives nimble owner-operators a better chance to customize their business as far as net income and efficient route planning.

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