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'Middle E'

Kerry Earnhardt plops down on the couch in the lounge of his transporter, wipes the sweat from his brow and shakes his head. It is just...

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What Might Have Been

I wanted to write to let you know that I was impressed with John Latta's column titled, "Dreaming," in the May 2003 issue. I once...

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Just in Time

Company driver James McCoy was eager to save a woman and infant from a crashed car before it ignited but reluctant to be called a hero....

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Blizzard Wizards

Many veterans of the highway say winter driving holds no special fear for them. Others dread the onslaught of slick roads, whiteouts an...

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FYI

Dana Chief Dies Joe Magliochetti, Dana Corporation's chairman and chief executive officer, died Sept. 22 from pancreatitis co...

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Experts Foresee Better Trucking Economy in 2004

Economists at an American Trucking Associations panel discussion in October agreed that the economic recovery is well under way, and th...

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Manufacturing Rebound Delivers Good News to Trucking Industry

The trucking industry will continue to benefit from a stronger-than-expected economic recovery, according to the American Trucking Asso...

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There's No Trucker Mold

As I read Kathleen Blair's essay "You Want to be a Trucker?" in the December issue of Truckers News, a huge smile formed on my face ...

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

The 'Other' Rubber

Step 1 It's not just the rubber that meets the road that keeps you rolling, mile after mile. Tires aren't the ...

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Strong Start

Truck production and sales are off to a strong start in 2004, based on manufacturers' reports, and it appears more growth is in store. ...

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