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ATA Members and Lawmakers Seek Low-Emissions Delay

The American Trucking Associations, many of its carriers members and more than 70 lawmakers are lobbying Washington to delay low-emission engi...

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Don't Spill! But If You Do . . .

Taking care of your upholstery and keeping it in near-perfect condition is a little like taking care of Humpty Dumpty. It's easier if there a...

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Sabrina's Palm Beach Secret

McNally's Chance Lawrence Sanders Reviewed by Barbara Watson Company Driver for Tyson Foods ...

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Drivers Lose More Than Week of Work to Traffic Delays

The average rush-hour driver sits in traffic the equivalent of more than a week of work a year, according to a new report. After analyzing ...

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Reach for the Sky

If ever there were a product designed for truckers this is it. Having satellite television is like being able to carry your cable television a...

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PTL Honorees

Paschall Truck Lines recently named Juventino Cortez, Jr., of Los Fresnos, Texas, as its Driver of the Month for February 2002. Cortez has ...

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Alabama Trucker Running for State Lieutenant Governor

An Alabama trucker, who is Libertarian candidate for the state lieutenant governor post, is on a campaign to crack down on violent crime and h...

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A Real Driver's Engine

International's research and development facility in Ft. Wayne, Ind., sits conspicuously at the edge of the city, far from any serious mounta...

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Readers Speak Out

Thanks, Tim! Thank you (Equipment Editor Tim Barton) for your timely information on 53-foot trailers. My co...

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Annual Inspection Reports Fewer Problem Trucks

An annual nationwide inspection of trucks in early June found fewer trucks with critical safety defects than a year ago, the Commercial Vehicl...

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