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Survival of the Freshest

On the boat docks and the loading docks of the fish houses along the New England waterfront, trucks and boats meet in an uneasy dance. Here th...

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Oklahoma's Registration Regulations Upheld

An Oklahoma County district court on April 12 upheld Oklahoma's new registration rules with tougher requirements for out-of-state trucking fi...

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Truckin' and Shuckin'

Legendary lover Casanova ate 50 oysters before heading out for a night of amorous conquest. Napoleon downed plates of them the day before majo...

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GATS To Get Family Focus

This year's Great American Trucking Show will put new emphasis on relations with the announcement of the Great American Trucking Family and t...

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Will Profit Impair Safety?

There's one common theme running through the Shell Rotella Safety Crew Trucker of the Month profiles. While their individual philosophies and...

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Brake It Down

Think about stopping for a moment. You hit the brake pedal countless times a day and it never jumps into your mind that your brakes might not ...

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Magazines' Readers Win Big Bucks

Readers of Truckers News, Overdrive, Commercial Carrier Journal and eTrucker.com recently won up to $2,500 for participat...

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More Than a Name on a Sign

Most of the time, when a construction project is dedicated it's in honor of a politician, philanthropist, war hero or maybe some once-famous ...

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This Way or That Way?

The novice might look at his atlas and decide that the best way to get to Chicago from Boston is I-95 and I-80. The veteran, meanwhile, may de...

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Sheppard Wins First Round of International Truck Challenge

Barry Sheppard, who drives the transporter for NASCAR Winston Cup racer Elliot Sadler, won the first round of the 2002 International Truck Cha...

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