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Melting Snowballs and Flying Pigs

John Latta Executive Editor Jlatta@eTrucker.com How's your purchasing ...

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Layoffs Expected to Follow Truck Order Slowdown

Engine and truck makers are laying off or planning to lay off employees in anticipaiton of a truck sales slump. Peterbilt, Detroit Diesel, ...

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Let the Big Horses Run!

Although NASCAR racing had already broken its regional bonds and become a national phenomenon, there was still skepticism when the sanctioning...

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A Drive Down Memory Lane

1977 was a significant year in trucking. Issues like deregulation, the 55-mile-per-hour speed limit, highway use taxes, the increasing cost of...

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Readers Speak Out

A Great Big Thank You My husband is a driver for Don Garrett Trucking. On Thursday, July 18, 2002, the fuel...

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Driver Driven

Trucks, engines and other components have changed dramatically over the past 25 years and truck drivers are the major inspiration for this evo...

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New Ford Models

These new products and services were introduced at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas in September:...

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Trucking 2002

Think of all the drivers a quarter of a century ago who thought their tractors were dream machine compared to the iron horses of the 1950s. Ta...

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October 2002

TAX ADVOCATES IN THE DARK ON TRUCKING I would like to say to anyone who is in favor of increasing fuel taxes for truckers that they ...

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October 2002

TRUCKERS FLOCK TO DALLAS FOR GREAT AMERICAN TRUCKING SHOW Thousands of truckers and their families filled the Dallas Convention Cent...

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