Carolyn MagnerCarolyn Magner is director of content marketing services and covers special topics for Overdrive. Email Carolyn at firstname.lastname@example.orgSmall Fleet ChampIn worst of times, owner seizes opportunities — Hallahan TransportFiscal discipline has paid dividends for Rob Hallahan's small fleet. Read about his strategy navigating the COVID-19 biz landscape, growing through it. allJuly 10, 2020Overdrive ExtraBleach bath? Garlic?…Manure? Debunking the wild COVID-19 myths and scams bouncing aroundOverdrive sets the record straight by debunking common coronavirus myths and scams. Stay safe out there by knowing what's fact vs what's fiction here.March 31, 2020RegulationsThe CDL’s open door for deaf driversSuzie Helgerson and Sandy Sloat discuss life on the road since the FMCSA granted its CDL hearing exemption. Learn more from these truckers here on Overdrive.March 30, 2020Business‘I didn’t want to believe it’: Celadon closure leaves thousands jobless as fleets reach outCeladon, after a weekend of swirling rumors, announced in the midnight hours between Sunday and Monday that it would be closing its doors after 35 years, leaving thousands of drivers without a job, many of them still on the road in company trucks attached to company freight.December 9, 2019LifeIndustry attitudes about LGBTQ truckers evolving for the betterFleet recruiters, faced with high turnover, an aging workforce and low unemployment are widening their nets as they reach out to women, minorities, millennials and other nontraditional populations — including LGBTQ truckers. However, that’s not the only example of industry’s evolving attitudes.August 8, 2019LifeAcceptance increasing, but LGBTQ truckers still face danger, rejection at truck stopsThe fear of harassment, and even violence, is ever-present for many LGBTQ truckers. In an industry that’s traditionally reflected a hyper-masculinity, gay men and trans women report the greatest sense of perceived danger. Truck stop parking lots, restrooms and showers are areas of concern for most LGBTQ truckers.August 7, 2019LifeRide with Pride: With changing times, LGBTQ truckers move more confidently in spite of lingering harassmentThe openness of the LGBTQ community has increased in trucking, as it has elsewhere, in recent years. There are signs of tolerance in major sectors of the industry – fleets, truck stops and truck makers – and in some cases active endorsement of diversity in sexual identity. At the same time, gay and trans women truck drivers often struggle with hatred, prejudice and violence.August 6, 2019BusinessPolice: Key to homicide mystery may be found on truckers’ onboard video recorderTruckers may have information that could solve a homicide that occurred on Interstate 81 in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Get more information on Overdrive.February 8, 2019Life16 pawsome pets strut their costumesTruckers dress up their dogs, cats and even a surfing chicken for the Overdrive and Truckers News Halloween pet costume party.November 2, 2018LifeInside help: From grammar, a rule for lifeFrom Scott Igo's suicide prevention wrapped semi-truck to the Truckers for Truckers Facebook group, check out what some truckers are doing to prevent suicides.September 27, 2018Page 1 of 23Next PageTop StoriesOverdrive RadioOwner-operator business evolution in 'Partners in Business': RoundtableThis wide-ranging discussion with Red Eye Radio's Eric Harley, ATBS' Mike Hosted, and Overdrive's Gary Buchs keyed in on vital aspects of owner-operator business practice, from basic task management to make-or-break of cost/revenue numbers engagement....RegulationsNot comprehensive enough: Trucking responds to FMCSA's proposed CSA-scores changesBusinessThe work-life balancing act: With rates down, focus on family, customer relationshipsRegulationsTruck parking funding, weight flexibility bills advance in HouseSponsor ContentKeeping you safe, secure, and compliant. At your nearest travel center.