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Bluetooth headsets

The LYTE COMM 737 and PRO BOOM 747 mono headsets feature Bluetooth V 2.0 technology, 10X noise-canceling technology, DSP dual mic technology, background noise reduction, a 180-degree flex boom mic and rechargeable batteries. Each model delivers 6-hours of talk time and up to 250-hours of stand-by time. The headsets include a boom mic, adjustable mic stem, adjustable headband, call-waiting, three-way calling, voice-activated dialing, one-touch call answer/end, as well as a USB travel charger and USB ...

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Roadside Medical + Lab to open 3 clinics

The medical clinics will be at Pilot Travel Centers in Oklahoma City; East St. Louis, Ill.; and Waco, Texas.

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Schneider National celebrates 75 years

The company was founded in 1935 when Al Schneider sold the family car to buy his first truck.

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Kansas enacts primary seatbelt law

The new law makes Kansas eligible to receive $11 million in federal incentive funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation.

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Kansas enacts seatbelt law

The new law makes Kansas eligible to receive $11 million in federal incentive funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation.

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Agency adjusts duty policy

A record of duty status may be satisfied through providing an original handwritten record and subsequent scanned image of the original.

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Fleet hosts fuel-savings contest

Averitt Express drivers may compete for twenty $500 gas cards and a Ford F-150 four-wheel drive in a company challenge on fuel-efficient practices, the Cookeville, Tenn.-based carrier says. All of the fleet's drivers may enter. Truckers will work on teams whose goals are to save more fuel in six months than was saved in the same period last year. All who meet or exceed the goal will be entered in a drawing for a chance to win the ...

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States to develop Illiana road

Illiana Expressway would link I-55 south of Joliet, Ill., to I-65 near Lowell, Ind., and skirt the congested Chicago area.

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West Virginia begins anti-idling rules

State’s anti-idling rule will require operators of diesel-powered vehicles to idle no more than 15 minutes an hour.

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Truck stops join rebate program

More than 400 truck stops joined a fuel card rebate network in May, the transaction management company Multi Service announced. Now nearly 1,000 truck stops among the 3,200 using the Multi Service Fuel Card participate in the rebates. The Overland Park, Kan.-based company started the rebate program in 2008 to provide fleets with rebates of up to 10 cents on fuel gallons purchased within the rebate network of truck stops. For details, go to www.multiservice.com.

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