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What Kind Of Food Do You Keep In The Cab Of Your Truck?

Gene Boudreaux Groves, Texas Western Express "Always apples and oranges, sometimes some ranch dip and celery and carrots." ...

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The 2007 Hurdle

Honey, they shrunk the emissions - again. 2007 engines must put out less than half the NOx and less than a tenth of the particulate of 2...

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News From the Fleets

CARRIERS HONORED FOR INFORMATION TECH USE Arkansas Best Freight System won CIO magazine's Enterprise Value Award, which recogn...

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Off To A Good Start

I can't think of a brighter beginning to the new year than the news that many large carriers are introducing better owner-operator pay...

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Lessons Learned

They've logged millions of safe miles. They serve in driver's education programs, projects with school children and trucking image pr...

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The Risk of Sitting Still

Breaking up sedentary trips with short walks and exercise can help prevent blood clots in your legs. Sitting behind...

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Act Like An Owner-Operator

Are you an owner-operator? Or a company driver with a truck payment? To hear many owner-operators talk, you would never know they are i...

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News From The Industry

No one likes buying insurance, but it's a necessary evil for every owner-operator. Read the April Monthly Focus on eTrucker.com to lear...

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Fast Food

ELECTRONIC BAKING SYSTEM Cooking on the road tends to involve minimal results with maximum inconvenience. But why ...

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Bad to the Bone

The average cost of treatment for a hip fracture is about $30,000. You men have probably heard that osteoporosis - th...

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