News

July 2002

STYLING MORE THAN A BUSINESS ISSUE Skip Michael's letter appears to miss something very basic. He assumes that traditional and cla...

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What keeps you in trucking?

MARION BONNER Aliceville, Ala. Cassado Trucking "It's a paycheck to take home." BRUCE BRYANT Mobile, Ala. ...

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You’ve Got Junk Mail

FIGHT BACK You can report a spammer to a site that will notify the spammer's network administrator, who can then turn off the spamme...

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No cars allowed

Picture yourself cruising down an interstate that is free from annoying four-wheelers who cut you off, lurk in your blind spot and pass you - ...

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Getting it Done

Trucker: Charles (Chuck) McQuerry, 43, of Ringgold, Ga. Family: Wife, Theresa; sons, Chuck and Desmond Leased to: ...

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Playing Smart With Your Helper

Sixty-three percent of Overdrive readers receive management help from their spouses or significant others. What do you think...

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Caterpillar/ACERT

Caterpillar decided last year to jettison its EGR research in favor of its own Advanced Combustion Emissions Reduction Technology. It won't b...

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Legally Blind

With so many regulations and potential legal trapdoors in this industry, it's not unusual for owner-operators to need sound advice. Many good...

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

Ties That Bind

Gregg McDevitt believes he could easily be among the 58,229 names on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. McDevitt, who has b...

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Neatness Pays

When you spend most of your waking and sleeping hours inside your cab, it soon starts to show the wear: dust, grit, stains from drinks, foods,...

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