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News from the fleets

Heritage Transport driver named nation's best Dennis Shirar, a Heritage Transport company driver of Indianapolis, Ind., was na...

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Gauge Check

Advances in electronics are reducing the need for a cockpit full of needles. Make sure the gauges you choose give you the data you need....

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Semper Fi

GEORGE SHEA Family: Wife, Sheryl; son, Mike; daughter, Patti Rig: 1997 Peterbilt 379EX has a 500-hp Detroit Diesel and Alcoa Du...

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Letters From Readers

TRASH TALKS For some time now, I have been hearing drivers referred to as nasty, trashy and dirty. People have stereotyped us ...

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Hard-Working Beauties

STAYING WITH STRIPES Mark Andersen of Durango, Colo., has replaced most of his 1984 Peterbilt 359 piece by piece. When he bough...

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Interesting Industry Tidbits

Get some sleep during the night with the Headshoe, an all-in-one headrest, ear cups and eye pillow that helps truckers trying to get a q...

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The Other Miles That Pay

TECH PAYBACK Accountant Perry Wiseman says owner-operators often overlook two technology expenses that can yield modest tax de...

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Independent ways

Rancher and owner-operator Eddie McCormick is feeling the pinch from higher feed and fuel costs. By Max Kvidera...

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Logbook: Turnpike lease in limbo; I-80 toll plan advances

Motorists pay tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, which is at the center of a leasing controversy among the commonwealth's governor and...

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Speak-Out

Letters to the Editor: Owner-operator status needs scrutiny I think we have to be reasonable and not insist that companies,...

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