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Truck OEMs, trucking orgs join in asking new EPA head to maintain clean diesel program

DERA offers rebates and grants to owners of diesel-powered equipment to aid in retrofitting older engines with more modern, lower emissions technology or in replacing older equipment all together. Trucking stakeholders hope to convince Pruitt of the program's merits.

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KW T880’s all-wheel-drive option

Available in 6x6 or 8x8 configurations, the all-wheel-drive T880 will likely see use in oilfields, configured as an off-road crane, in utility and construction work, or used with municipalities and fire/rescue.

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Ormond Beach Love’s to be fuel and go only March 10-19

Because of the high volume of traffic that will be in the area for Daytona Bike Week, the Love's location will not be able to accommodate long-term parking.

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‘It’s trucker sense’: Industry groups rally behind nixing of 34-hour restart restrictions

The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association, American Trucking Associations, The Trucking Alliance and the Truckload Carriers Association all issued statements of support for and agreement with the study’s results Monday afternoon.

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Schneider recognized for being ‘military-friendly’ employer

More than a quarter of Schneider's workforce has a military background, the company says.

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34-hour restart study affirms less restrictive hours of service, buries 2013 regs

The results of a new study confirm that truckers’ 34-hour restarts will not require two 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. periods and will not be limited to once per week.

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Tech accelerates freight movement visibility

While larger fleets have used trailer-tracking systems for years, more brokers and shippers are relying on mobile tech in the driver’s pocket to do the same. Some truckers are raising privacy concerns.

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Diesel prices barely budge in first two months of 2017

The average at-pump diesel price in the U.S. has remained within a 4-cent window the entirety of 2017.

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New autonomous trucking tech startup looking at taking drivers out of trucks

San Francisco-based Starsky Robotics' system uses software, front- and side-facing radar and camera systems for autonomous highway driving like other autonomous companies, such as Otto and Embark, but it also puts drivers in an office where they can remotely control the truck from a terminal to its delivery destination.

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Overdrive accepting submissions for annual singing trucker contest

Back for a fourth year, Overdrive-Red Eye Radio's Trucker Talent Search is looking for truckers who love to sing.

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