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Playing the Odds

Ken England, leased to Landstar System, admits that "you can 'insurance yourself' to death." You might think the 54-year-old, who owns pol...

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Plugging Holes

Ohio-based owner-operator Duane Chatlain's tire dealer told him the first thing he'd do if he found a tire with sealant inside was to "put ...

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Pulse: Several moves ahead

Slide the $787 billion stimulus package under a microscope, but you won't find any of its countless line items funneling cash to owner-operat...

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Truck Gallery

Mountain climber Leased to Agland Inc., team owner-operators Skip and Ginger Torsell run their 1990 Kenworth W900L out of B...

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Courting your next carrier

Signing on with a carrier is similar to getting married: You should know the carrier well before you commit. Just as it is in matrimony, dissa...

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ViewPoint

Last month, as I wrote this column, the 44th president of the United States was sworn into office. He takes the reins of a country reeling fro...

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Speakout: The Voive of the American Trucker

REFLECTIONS MEMORABLE HAULS Owner-operator JOHNNY SHERRILL, of Jacksonville, Fla., says parachuting in the Army's 82nd Airborn...

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Mr. Clean

Reece Phillips was on a run from Montana to Idaho a few years ago when the electronic control module on his 2000 Kenworth W900L quit on the fr...

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Truck Gallery

Horse power Residents of Edmond, Okla., Steve and Caroline Fauks haul horses across the United States and Canada in this 2006 Kenworth...

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Cover Story: Flying high

In 1973, 14-year-old Steve Brosnan climbed inside a 1968 Freightliner cabover and was mesmerized.He had run away from home in Longview, Wash.,...

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