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Less than two weeks to enter Overdrive singing contest

The Trucker Talent Search is back for its fourth year and is looking for truckers who love to sing.

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Brad Kuhn presents ‘Another 4 minute ride with a truck driver’

Following his first-such compilation, reader Brad Kuhn offered this "compilation of videos from my dashcam focusing on aggressive driving by passenger vehicles around big trucks."

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POLL: Do you miss the ‘mom-and-pop’ independent truck stop?

What's your view of the growing reach of the large national truck stop chains -- an owner-operator offered this question up for Overdrive readers while pondering the days of full-service, family-style dining and other characteristics of the mom-and-pop truck stops of the days of yore.

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Overdrive announces winner of 2017 Most Beautiful contest

Stephanie Klang has been trucking for 37 years. Her early days were spent driving team, but she’s been solo for nearly 30 years and 3 million miles with CFI.

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Joseph Stelzer and another hauler cut off in ‘Crazy California driver’

A little white-knuckle moment caught by Stelzer's dashcam -- yet another example of reckless behavior by those with whom truckers share the road.

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Book of photo essays spotlights essential nature of trucking, down under and beyond

Australian photographer/author Alice Mabin's exceptional story is one of near-tragedy turned to new appreciation of the essential nature of trucking in all modern economies -- her new book, "The Driver," trumpets that message.

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Is your gut in order?

Does Wendy enjoying exercising? Grumpy cat answers, but the MATS2GATS Fitness Challenge is increasingly motivational for her and many others in practicing better health.

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New documentary aims to raise awareness of impact of failing infrastructure

“Be Prepared to Stop” looks to raise awareness about the impact of deteriorating roads and bridges and how the “impending breakdown” of these structures will obstruct the economy, as well as Americans’ daily lives, according to the show's creators.

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Supreme Court defers to lower court ruling on carrier’s requirement for apnea screening

Given the ruling, carriers could institute similar sleep apnea screening policies. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Medical Review Board last year recommended the agency adopt a rule requiring drivers with BMIs of 33 and higher, and who meet other criteria, be flagged for automatic apnea testing.

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Collin Raye, Tony Justice to perform at Walcott Truckers Jamboree

Mary Sarah and Collin Raye will be the headline performers at the Walcott Truckers Jamboree this summer with local favorite Dani Lynn Howe and trucker Tony Justice set to open for the headline acts.

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