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Changing Gear: Aero, add-on and chrome rewind

Since most of you are busy enough trying to manage your own business, it’s likely you occasionally might have missed a few announcements for new products that we frequently relay to you at OverdriveOnline.com. This week, our “Changing Gear” series takes a look back at some recently introduced aerodynamic, chrome and other related add-ons designed to help you keep your truck looking and working its best. Pride Bodies, a supplier of service bodies used in the ...

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Truckers get $477k from carrier in case over medical requirements policy

PAM Transport was ordered recently by the Department of Labor to pay 12 former drivers nearly half a million dollars after it was determined that the carrier violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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CDC: Hundreds of truckers die annually from not wearing seatbelt

33 percent of truckers who died in 2012 crashes had skipped seat belts, but up to 40 percent would have lived if they had buckled up.

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Video: Trucker’s failed left turn leads to truck-train collision, crash still under investigation

North Carolina troopers say a 164-foot tractor-trailer and a passenger train collided recently after the trucker failed to negotiate a left turn at an intersection preceded by a railroad crossing.

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Court denies FMCSA’s attempt to dismiss lawsuit against CSA’s DataQ’s system

A bid by FMCSA to dismiss a lawsuit brought against it and its CSA program’s DataQ’s appeals process has been denied. The suit centers on FMCSA’s use of violations against drivers and carriers after citations were dismissed in court.

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VIDEO: Keith Sampson’s Trucker Talent Search ditty

The 2014 Trucker Talent Search winner, songwriter and Landstar owner-operator encourages truckers to take part in this year's TTS with a new song and video.

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Indy first ‘Hardest Working’ city

Freightliner Trucks named the Work Truck Show's host city, Indianapolis, Ind., as its first “Hardest Working City” honoree March 4, with the announcement coming at the show itself.

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Mack taking customer submissions for 2016 calendar

Mack Truck has announced that it is offering customers the chance for their Mack models to be featured in the company's 2016 calendar.

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

Pilot settles some of remaining lawsuits in fuel rebate scheme

Three of the seven carriers who opted out of Pilot’s $85 million class-action settlement are dropping their lawsuits against the truck stop chain and fuel provider, saying they have reached settlements with the company.

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FMCSA offering up to $2k for participating in hours-of-service study

FMCSA and the university tapped with completing the agency’s Congressionally required study on the 2013-implemented hours-of-service changes is still on the hunt for truck operators willing to volunteer for the study.

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