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Driver who saved two children from fiery crash named TCA’s Highway Angel of the Year

Colorado-based truck operator David Ragland has been named TCA’s Highway Angel of the Year award for his role in helping save two small children from a car crash.

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Peterbilt 567 with all-wheel drive

The all-wheel drive Model 567 is now available for order and will go into production in April.

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Calling all female truckers: Overdrive’s 2015 Most Beautiful contest accepting nominations through Sunday

Nominations for Overdrive's Most Beautiful contest, which highlights the accomplishments and inner and outer beauty of female drivers, are being accepted through March 15.

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NY: Latest Drivewyze state

Nine locations on I-81, I-88 and I-87 in the Empire State became operational for bypasses for users of the Drivewyze PreClear bypass software.

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Kentucky temporarily suspends hours rules for food, medicine, grain haulers

Kentucky has suspended hours-of-service rules for truck drivers supplies such as food, water, medicine, propane and grains headed to areas affected by severe winter weather in recent weeks.

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TCA names 2015’s Best Fleets to Drive For

Two Nebraska fleets were honored with the Best Fleets to Drive For award today at the Truckload Carriers Association annual meeting in Orlando, Fla. Here's who they are.

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Podcast: Entry level driver training conversations following rulemaking committee meeting

Will traditional training approaches survive the Entry Level Driver Training rulemaking? If statutory language is any indication, it's likely. Voices on training standards/practices in this podcast.

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Tracy Morgan v. Walmart suit halted so trucker can make case to intervene

Roper’s requests have twice been denied, but U.S. Magistrate Judge Lois Goodman issued an order March 4 to place a 10-day hold on action in Morgan’s suit pending an upcoming ruling on Roper’s latest appeal to stop the civil proceedings on a more long-term basis.

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

Tonka-branded F750 lands at Work Truck Show

"When the sheet was lifted off the mystery truck at ... the 2015 Work Truck Show" last week, reported Bruce Smith of Hardworkingtrucks.com, "no one expected to see their favorite toy..."

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Owner-ops allege in lawsuit oilfield co. cheated them out of pay, seek class-action certification

Owner-operators are seeking class action certification in a lawsuit against an oilfield services company that allegedly provided misrepresentative settlement statements in order to underpay them.

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