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X One XDA Energy tire

The X One XDA Energy tire features Infini-Coil technology, more than a quarter-mile of steel cord wrapped around the crown, and three-dimensional matric siping that lock together. The company says that independent tests showed the tire to be 7 percent better than competitors. The X One XDA Energy tire is available in size 445/50R22.5 coast-to-coast, and will replace the Michelin X One XDA tire. MICHELIN, (800) 847-3435

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Engine, transmission flush

Engine and Transmission Flush is a detergent-based flush that cleans sludge, varnish and deposit build-up and can be disposed of with waste oil. Flushing loosens sticky valves, helps quiet lifter noise, helps unclog fluid passages, improves erratic shifting and promotes smoother operation and longer transmission life, the company says. The flush prepares engines and transmissions for the installation of new motor oil or transmission fluid and is recommended for both diesel and gasoline engines and ...

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Groups lobby for biodiesel tax credit renewal

NATSO urged lawmakers to quickly reinstate the tax credit that expired Dec. 31.

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DOT funds to go to Rhode Island roads

The $3 million in federal funds will help Rhode Island repair and reconstruct six key bridges that are closed.

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Truck Stop coupons available

The application for iPhones can be downloaded for free in the iTunes App Store.

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Trucking groups oppose fuel economy rules action

A Senate bill would transfer authority from DOT to EPA when determining fuel economy rules for medium- and heavy-duty trucks.

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Oregon extends studded tire season

The Oregon Department of Transportation is extending the studded tire season through Saturday, April 17.

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Daimler engines rated high

Daimler Trucks North America, based in Redford, Mich., ranked highest in satisfaction among drivers of trucks with heavy-duty engines.

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Smile at the birdy

Check out The Photographer -- Truckers News' Photo Group on Flickr, where you can find more photos from the road and share your own.

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Crackdown on drivers using cell phones

Pilot programs in Hartford and Syracuse will test whether increased law enforcement can get drivers to reduce cell phone use.

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