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Tables Are Turning

LaRue Mitchell and her husband Mike, who recently leased on to Landstar, are optimistic about 2003. That's even with the "financial crunch"...

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Man With a Plan

TRUCKER: Dolyal Phillip Bickham Sr., 52, of Jackson, Miss. FAMILY: Four children and three grandchildren LEASED TO:...

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Last-Minute Tax Moves

EVERY LITTLE BIT HELPS Some of the tax changes for 2002, though not major, are good news for owner-operators, especially those trying...

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Don’t Let Sleeping Drunks Lie

As a trucker, you help save countless lives each day. You slow down to let cell-phone-obsessed four-wheelers merge safely, move over to give c...

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Letters from Readers

LOT LIZARD ARTICLES A GOOD START IN ADDRESSING 'SERIOUS PROBLEM' I have been trucking since 1955 or so and married for 40 years to...

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Where do you see yourself in 25 years?

Roylee and Magdalene McLaurin D&E Trucking Collins, Miss. "Still trucking. We love it." Bill Tinor CX Roberson ...

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Weighing in on Success

The late Bill Moon got the idea to build a better truck scale in the mid-1970s while operating his Iowa 80 Truckstop in Walcott. When he opene...

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One-stop Service

Large, multi-service truckstops - where a driver can fuel up, take a private shower, grab a bite to eat, shop in the convenience store, have t...

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

Moving Together

With a limited formal education, Ken Snyder Sr. knew early in life that hard work was the road to a successful career. "The key to success is...

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A Fairer Shake

Twenty-five years ago, at a town meeting in Clinton, Mass., President Jimmy Carter surprised his audience, his White House staff and many of h...

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