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What would you do if you won the lottery?

FRANK BROUSSARD Baton Rouge, La. Swift Transportation "I'd take care of my family and friends - all the ones who have bee...

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The Sleep That Kills

In 1995, Timothy Douglas, 40, fell asleep at the wheel of his rig and hit a pickup truck carrying 14 people, killing seven. A few month...

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Letters From Readers

COMPARISON MISSES THE MARK I was so enraged by Dustin Lowdermilk's curt and condescending attitude about truckers [September...

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Six For Success

Did you forget to make new year's resolutions? It's not too late. These half-dozen tips will pay off whether the long-awaited economi...

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Melting The Winter Blues

Driving through Northern states or at night can bring out SAD symptoms. Test yourself at ...

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Repossession Realities

A truck locked behind gates on private property is usually off limits to a repo man - but only until he returns with a court order. ...

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Bankruptcy: On The Edge

WHAT BANKRUPTCY DOESN'T COVER Federal, state and local taxes. Child support and alimony. Fines, such as outstanding tr...

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Outlook 2003: Great Expectations

"I'm still making about the same as I was 20 years ago - $1 a mile after paying the brokers." Owner-operator Vernon Miller ...

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Online Interface Makes it Easier for Drivers to Find Need-it-Now Parts

Keeping It Clean

FRANKIE BOWMAN HOME: Pell City, Ala. FAMILY: Daughters Caroline and Candy, son Frankie, and grandchildren La...

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Specialized Trailers: Open For Business

Specialized open trailers offer opportunities for high-dollar hauling. Some owner-operators looking to make more ...

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