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Trucking Group Supports DOT for ‘Common Sense Trucking Safety Ruling’ – Material Handling & Logistics

By Team Writer / last month

Right now, fleet operators are told to review and comply to a list of state rest break guidelines that are often repetitive and lack common sense. Fortunately, a movement started by Elaine Chao, the Transportation Secretary, is being funded to provide truckers with common sense rules that promote safe driving. The American Trucking Associations have […]

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4 Critical Factors for World Class Fleet Management

By Team Writer / last month

If you are managing major equipment such as those in the fleet management field, there are several critical factors that you need to become familiar with. It is important to know how to stop your equipment from prematurely breaking, the art behind managing the average fleet size for your company, and knowing how to maximize […]

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Future Fleet Management Trends

By Team Writer / last month

In order to stay relevant in the fleet industry, it is important for owners of transportation companies to stay on top of current trends. Right now, the number one trend in fleet management is that the manager role has transformed into a style of tactical management that requires efficient strategy. Other trends include issues such […]

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Elements of an Effective Fleet Contract

By Team Writer / last month

Contract specialists and legal departments are essential in the process of establishing a successful fleet contract for your company’s transportation department. Each contract should include sections such as invoices, a summary of financial deals, and details surrounding the terms of termination. It is also imperative to include a request for information (RFI), as well as […]

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Report: Public Agencies Should Buy Smaller, Safer Trucks

By Team Writer / last month

Public service and safety vehicles are involved in a larger accident rate per capita than any other vehicle. One thing that might help this is designing a better vehicle to accommodate the job it does. This is a complex matter , as first response vehicles typically carry large of heavy amounts of cargo, such as […]

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How to Use the 2017 Ram 2500 Power Wagon’s Electric Winch

By Team Writer / a couple of months ago

If you’re ever faced with an emergency that requires you to tow another vehicle to a different location, then knowing how to set up your Ram’s electric winch will be a top priority. You’re going to want to connect the controller onto the plug after the anchor has been set into place. Then you can […]

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Answers Still Vague in Horrific La Mesa Big Rig Accident

By Team Writer / a couple of months ago

A recent accident that occurred in the city of La Mesa unfortunately ended fatally for a mother and daughter, with another young girl experiencing critical injuries. La Mesa residents are in shock when it comes to how vague the details surrounding the crash are, and they are even more flabbergasted by how poorly it was […]

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