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Logbook – December 20081

CAN'T DRIVE 75: ATA WANTS FACTORY LIMITS ON SPEED The American Trucking Associations wants new Class 7 and 8 trucks governed a...

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The next round

HOW DO YOUR ORDERS LOOK THROUGH EARLY 2007? SCOTT KRESS, senior vice president of sales and marketing of Volvo Trucks North Am...

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Pride & Polish Winners: Bringing home the bacon

Zigs Pig visits Farmers Grill in the Farmers Market section of downtown Dallas, near the Great American Trucking Show. ...

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Say goodbye to bad guys

How much can I save? Single-unit owner-operators who use one or more buying groups estimate their average savings is $2,000 a ye...

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What entertainment do you like to take on the road?

JAMES MORRIS Troy, Ala. K.C. Transport "My wife, Lauree. She's been riding with me for 10 years." SCOTT CARDWEL...

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Delivering safety

Our industry has been so obsessed with improving air quality, via the 2007 engines and before that the 2002 engines, that it's easy to...

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A vision in the desert built a truck stop

Mom & Pop's Truck Stop on U.S. Highway 395 in Pearsonville, Calif. Veteran truckers in the Mojave Desert will recall...

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News from the fleets

GREATWIDE PARTNERS WITH TYSON FOODS As part of a five-year agreement, Dallas-based Greatwide Logistics Services will manage the...

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Big-Bore Engines Making Big Comeback. Don’t Compromise.

Letters to the editor

Ignorance and greed fuel fatigue According to regulators and our industry's "experts," the 10-hour off-duty/sleeper provisio...

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Carnival time

Spectators scream for "throws," trinkets tossed from the floats to the Mardi Gras crowds. Some of the Big Easy's f...

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