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Celebrity Drive: Meat Loaf

By Team Writer / September 27, 2016

When the singer Meat Loaf score his first contract it gave him money to buy himself a brand new 1976 Honda Civic. This car that he had bought was an instrumental part of the creation of his biggest album known as Bat Out of Hell. Recently the singer Meat Loaf had upgraded cars from his […]

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Speed limiters aim to save $1 billion in fuel costs annually

By Team Writer / September 26, 2016

Because of speeding accidents, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are proposing changes. To control the number of accidents from those speeding on the highways, vehicles that are over 13 tons, (travel buses, school buses, and trucks) will possibly be limited in such a way as to only […]

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Lincoln Continental Hits West Coast, Livery Style

By Team Writer / September 26, 2016

Many people are excited about the introduction of the new Lincoln Continental liverly sedan. Father and son Ron Stein and Brandon Stein both pruchased a black-on-black Lincoln continental sedan, and plan to purchase 20 sedans for their business. The new 2017 sedan features new designs, and is an upgrade from the old Lincoln. The car […]

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Climbing the Data Mountain

By Team Writer / September 26, 2016

Rolf Lockwood discussed how knowing how to manage data is necessary for a successful maintenance of a truck fleet in 2016. He recently spoke at the Canadian Fleet Maintenance Summit in Toronto. One of the biggest challenges is going through all the data to find hidden information. Knowing where to aim your attention is the […]

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Trailer Aerodynamics Not Overly Popular, Study Shows

By Team Writer / September 26, 2016

Gas mileage. How important is it for truckers? A recent study of the top 17 companies hauling across the states and Canada found that most are not taking aerodynamic measures to maximize their gas consumption. Unfortunately many companies although aware of the possible cost savings have chosen not to add aerodynamic skirts and other props […]

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3 Things to be Ready for in a Coercion Complaint Investigation

By Team Writer / September 25, 2016

The author has written this article hoping to target a specific audience, semi-truck drivers. The article starts out by describing a few changes in the way the FMCSA reacts to coercion complaints and then gives the top 3 steps to help you get ready for the process, the top tip is ensuring that your E-log […]

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OWL Detects Overhead Obstacles for Oversize Loads

By Team Writer / September 25, 2016

For all of you who drive big rigs or call any oversized cargo this new system is for you. The new Overhead Wire Laser-Detector, or OWL, is magnetically mounted to the top of a rig and can notify the driver/operator of any overhanging obstacles that could damage the vehicle or cargo. The OWL takes up […]

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