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Vote now for the top singing trucker

Overdrive-Red Eye Radio’s Trucker Talent Search is open for voting through June 15. Visit the contest page to see videos and select your favorites. The top three will compete live at The Great American Trucking Show in Dallas in August.

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Carrier who sued Pilot over fuel rebate fraud now claims truck stop chain lied about diesel prices

Wright Transportation has amended its lawsuit against Pilot Flying J to accuse the truck stop chain and fuel provider of fudging its diesel fuel prices to defraud the carrier out of owed fuel rebates.

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Photos: Werner hauling Vietnam War memorial replica across U.S.

The United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration The Wall That Heals tour is traveling to different communities across the country with the aid of the trucking industry.

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WB I-70 in Colorado reopened after emergency road work shut it down

The Colorado Department of Transportation reported westbound lanes of I-70 between milemarkers 419 and 412 were shut down at 10 a.m. local time; the roadway reopened approximately eight hours later.

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Former trucking company operator sentenced to 3 years, fined $500k for brokerage scheme

The former operator of an Illinois-based trucking company who pleaded guilty in December to wire fraud has been sentenced to three years in prison and ordered to pay $532,000 for double-brokering loads.

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POLL: What’s on your hours of service wish list?

Among the choices in this poll, what do you think would be the best way to improve the hours of service with safety in mind? Don't see your choice here? Call 530-408-6423 to weigh in or drop a comment under the post.

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Cargo theft update: Value increases as number of thefts falls

The average loss value per cargo theft incident in the first quarter of 2015 jumped 25 percent from 2014’s first quarter to $256,966, while the number of thefts fell, according to the quarterly cargo theft trends report from FreightWatch International.

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Bill dictating direction of hours-of-service restart rollback, insurance rule advances

The 2016 DOT funding bill that would keep in place the current hours-of-service suspension until FMCSA can justify the HOS rule changes put in place in July 2013 and block FMCSA from increasing carrier insurance minimums.

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

Video: Riding in Freightliner’s autonomous truck, how drivers interact with autonomous features

Freightliner unveiled North America’s first state-licensed autonomous truck earlier this month at a press event in Las Vegas. Overdrive had the chance to ride in the truck, the Inspiration, last week following the truck's debut.

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Analyst: CSA ‘sea change’ coming

Following broad movement among motor carrier groups and individual interactions at the Congressional level and throughout government, more than 80 percent of readers say yes to pulling back the reins on the CSA program.

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