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Used truck volume to blame for Navistar’s $80M second quarter loss

Higher used truck losses, primarily resulting from a $60 million increase to the used truck reserve for the company’s legacy MaxxForce 13 used truck inventory, was the largest contributor to the company's $80 million loss in the second quarter, it says.

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Interactive map of the intrastate ELD mandates as of June 2017

This interactive map shows information on progress all lower 48 states (and Alaska) have or haven't made in adopting the federal electronic logging device regulations for intrastate haulers. Click through your state for more.

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Drivewyze expanding bypass service into California

The company says installation is underway at 37 locations throughout the state where there are existing weigh-in-motion scales, and the service is expected to be fully operational within the next 60 days.

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Tuesday round-up: Miracle on the road, and ‘retirements’ accelerate at Wes Memphis’ fleet in wake of e-log transition

A truck rolls safely with "no ELD, no ABS, no ERG, no SCR no DEF?" What gives? one reader cracks wise. And Wes Memphis returns to the blog with a suggestion that, should biz consultant Jeffrey Hayzlett's rule of thirds apply to post-ELD mandate trucking, there will be "no lack of trucking jobs"...

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Trucker who reported being shot while driving accidentally shot himself, police say

According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, the trucker admitted to investigators that he accidentally shot himself in the leg while driving and falsely reported being the victim of a shooting.

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Is it necessary for an ELD to ‘support’ intrastate hours rules?

The short answer: As a matter of regulation, no. The electronic logging device mandate is written in a manner that is more or less agnostic to the hours of service rule a particular driver is operating under. Nonetheless, say ELD providers, rule-set support can be helpful.

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FMCSA’s driver training rule takes effect after Trump-brought delays

In addition to establishing a core curriculum required to be taught to CDL applicants and driver trainees, the rule institutes two other key changes: Required behind-the-wheel training and a registry of FMCSA-approved driver trainers from which CDL applicants must receive training.

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International WorkStar getting new axle option

International's WorkStar 7400 and 7500 models will feature a Fabco FSD-20K right-hand offset axle as a new option. The addition of the Fabco axle, Mark Stasell, vice president of International Trucks' vocational truck business says, is part of the company's plans to continue investment into International's vocational truck line this year. "Listening to and providing the specific features they need for their applications is a key part of our strategy to be the ‘chassis of choice’ ...

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Overdrive parent company Randall-Reilly acquired by Aurora Capital

Private equity firm Aurora Capital has acquired Overdrive publisher Randall-Reilly, the two companies announced Monday.

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Rates gain momentum in May, truckload segments climb for second straight month

Per-mile rates on the spot market soared in May, with rates in all three major truckload segments -- van, flatbed and reefer -- posting solid gains from the month prior.

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