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Letters to the editor

TRUCKER'S 'L.A. STORY' ALSO FRAUGHT WITH HEAVY TRAFFIC Two corrections need to be made to your August story on congestion, ...

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Jumping right in

Like the dinosaur wearing cowboy boots next to the historic West End MarketPlace in the entertainment district of downtown Dallas, Jermi...

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Fleets’ famine

White males 35 to 54 years old, who now account for more than half of truck drivers, are expected to decline by more than 3 million over...

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A fresh start

Mike Reilly I am excited about beginning this new year as Randall Reilly Publishing, the new parent company of Overd...

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Going green

Most domestic biodiesel is made from soybeans, but sunflowers, rapeseed and other stocks are also used. Biodiesel has...

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How do you keep track of your tax deductions?

KATHY KNUTSON Monroeville, Ala. Transport America "I've got my logs, and I just claim a general per diem." D...

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Trailer trends

Dry vans, reefers and flatbeds continue to evolve as lighter materials make way for heavier loads and better revenue. ...

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A day to remember

Sept. 11, 2006, marks the five-year anniversary of the day Muslim extremists attacked our country, destroying the World Trade Center to...

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New products

MEDIUM-DUTY CABOVER Peterbilt's new medium-duty cabover, the Model 220, will be initially offered in Class 7 configurations and...

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Will you earn more in 2007 than you did in 2006?

JOE SMITH Eufaula, Ala. Landstar Systems "Yes, because I'm doing a dedicated run now, and I wasn't last year." ...

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