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Tim Barton Equipment Editor tbarton@eTrucker.com If you talk to the old-timers, they'll tell you the times are cha...

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International Names Kapur President of Truck Group

Dee Kapur has joined International Truck and Engine Corp. as president of the truck group. Kapur, 48, will lead the company's truck...

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Mercedes-Benz Engines Upgraded for 2004 Standards

Freightliner Trucks unveiled the 2004 model Mercedes-Benz MBE4000 and MBE900 diesel engines for Freightliner heavy- and medium-duty truc...

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Volvo Makes $150 Million Investment in Powertrain Plant

Volvo says it will spend $150 million over the next four years to expand a Hagerstown, Md. truck engine plant. The Volvo Powertrain fac...

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Study Claims Border Truck Pollution Puts Children at High Risk

A new study shows children are being hospitalized and dying at greater rates in a Mexican city along the U.S. border, and pollution fro...

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Trucker News Seeks Entries for the 2004 Great American Trucking Family

Truckers News has begun its search for the third annual Great American Trucking Family. The magazine is looking for drivers w...

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TCA Contractor Meeting to Be Held with GATS

For the second consecutive year, the Truckload Carriers Association will hold its Annual Independent Contractor Division Meeting in Dal...

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A Bad Night's Sleep?

COULD YOU HAVE SLEEP APNEA? Of the 12 million Americans affected by the disorder, nearly 10 million are undiagnosed. Here are some qu...

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

Amendment Freezes Truck Length and Weight

A Senate transportation committee passed a six-year highway reauthorization bill, which included an amendment freezing current motor ve...

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High Wiring Act

Jeff Boesch, North American Institute service training instructor, uses a digital voltmeter to get a precise voltage reading. ...

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