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Convoys Ahoy!

The World's Largest Truck Convoy will line up on highways across North America and Canada on Sept. 13 to raise money for Special Olymp...

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Outgoing EPA Head Unveils Idle-Free Initiative

Alongside dozens of trucks idling on a hot Atlanta truckstop parking lot, Christie Todd Whitman, outgoing administrator of the Environm...

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Truck-related Deaths Drop for Fifth Consecutive Year

The number of truck-involved fatalities dropped for the fifth straight year despite increases in other highway deaths, according to the...

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Bratmeister

Interesting to Know That: A brat is a seasoned coarse-ground pork sausage of German origin. They can...

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Hail the Heroes!

Last year, Charles Ingram, a professional truck driver from Jackson, Ga., risked his life to break out the windows of a burning car and...

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Christmas Cheer for the Highway

If you can't be home for the holidays, bring the holiday spirit on the road with you. Truckers away from home during the holidays can b...

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Logging in Your New Hours

As of Jan. 4, the log book will reflect a revised hours-of-service rule, and drivers will need to adapt quickly to avoid violations of t...

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A Good Outfit

Roger Smith, (l) shown with hunting buddies Rick Taylor and Gary West, left the road behind after 30 years, but he kept his 1979 cabove...

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

No Use Calling Dispatch

Tim Barton Equipment Editor tbarton@eTrucker.com Basra is a town of 2 m...

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Bush's Transportation Plan Calls for Tougher Penalties

Tougher penalties for out-of-service violations and false records are part of the surface transportation reauthorization proposal annou...

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