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Foley partners with KeepTruckin for e-logs

The Foley company, a provider of compliance services for the transportation industry, has partnered with California-based KeepTruckin to bring together "the key competencies of two industry leaders in transportation compliance," Foley CEO Joel Sitak says. "With our compliance expertise and their technology, we're now able to provide our customers with some of the most robust, affordable and easy-to-use programs on the market today." KeepTruckin is the company behind the hours logging app and electronic logging device of ...

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Scale Buster app allows drivers to report portable scale locations

Drivers using the app can let other drivers know of portable scale locations by reporting the information in the app. It also gives the ability for users to report Port of Entry opens and closures, accidents, hazards, construction zones and more.

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Be wary of cargo theft when traveling through Los Angeles

The average loss value for cargo thefts in the greater Los Angeles area is 32 percent higher than the national average, according to FreightWatch.

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Guaranteed-issue life insurance from NAIT

The National Association for Independent Truckers' fairly new life-insurance offering is available to trucker members (membership is $11 monthly) on a guaranteed-issue basis -- up to $50,000 worth in coverage, $25,000 for a spouse.

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Used truck prices poised to continue to fall until 2020, analyst says

Given the high truck build rates in 2014 and 2015, the market for 3- to 5-year-old tractors is set to be flooded in the coming few years, a supply-side force that will continue to put downward pressure on used truck prices, said Arrow Truck Sales President Steve Clough.

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Diesel prices fall for third consecutive week

Prices decreased in all regions across the country with the most significant decrease coming in the West Coast less California region, where prices fell 2.9 cents.

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Trucking rap sheet: Border inspector charged with bribery, man pleads guilty to providing fake overweight permits

An Arizona border inspector was charged after accepting a bribe in exchange for assisting a drug smuggler across the border, and a man pleaded guilty to creating and providing falsified overweight state permits to trucking companies.

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Teamsters rallying XPO drivers to join

A group of 72 XPO Logistics drivers from the former Con-way terminal in Aurora, Ill., has filed for representation.

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CDL drug/alcohol clearinghouse rule expected this month, driver training rule in November

A Final Rule to establish a CDL Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse is set to be published Sept. 26, while the rule to set up minimum driver training standards for truckers is set for a Nov. 7 publication.

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Dashcam video monitoring platform with ‘artificial intelligence’ bonus aims at driver-rewards focus

The Netradyne company provided video as an example of some of the articial-intelligence capabilities within its new four-camera Driver-i platform, an on-highway video monitoring platform geared toward driver rewards.

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