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Melting Snowballs and Flying Pigs

John Latta Executive Editor Jlatta@eTrucker.com How's your purchasing ...

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Layoffs Expected to Follow Truck Order Slowdown

Engine and truck makers are laying off or planning to lay off employees in anticipaiton of a truck sales slump. Peterbilt, Detroit Diesel, ...

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Let the Big Horses Run!

Although NASCAR racing had already broken its regional bonds and become a national phenomenon, there was still skepticism when the sanctioning...

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A Drive Down Memory Lane

1977 was a significant year in trucking. Issues like deregulation, the 55-mile-per-hour speed limit, highway use taxes, the increasing cost of...

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What do you take with you on the road to remind you of home?

BEN SALAZAR Las Cruces, N.M. MEI "I take small pictures of my children and my granddaughter. Sometimes I take my laptop so I...

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More Respect

Randy Grider Editor Rgrider@eTrucker.com As far back as I can remember ...

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Treating People Right

TRUCKER: Bob Roberts, 44, of Wichita, Kan. FAMILY: Wife, Donna; one son and two stepdaughters RIG: 2002 Peterbil...

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October 2002

TAX ADVOCATES IN THE DARK ON TRUCKING I would like to say to anyone who is in favor of increasing fuel taxes for truckers that they ...

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

October 2002

TRUCKERS FLOCK TO DALLAS FOR GREAT AMERICAN TRUCKING SHOW Thousands of truckers and their families filled the Dallas Convention Cent...

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Used Trucks: First Steps

Making time to read the clues takes the mystery out of buying a used truck. ...

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