We found some newsworthy things in trucking that we think you should know about. It’s exciting times in trucking. From a Tesla truck to the upcoming ELD mandate coming into effect – there’s plenty of things happening!
December 18 will come and go as any other day for us because of the hard work and dedication of our drivers and our team. Becoming compliant with the ELD mandate hasn’t been easy. Our drivers have been professionals and have learned to adapt to the change. We’d like to thank them for working hard and making the changes that needed to be made. Great Job!
It's never dull in the trucking industry. Here's what caught our eye in trucking over the past couple of weeks. Arizona wants commercialized rest areas, calls prohibition 'archaic and nonsensical' - Per federal law, states are not allowed to permit commercial activities at rest areas. A few exceptions include items designed to promote tourism, travel-related [...]
Trucking News You May Have Missed There’s never a dull moment in trucking. Here are some things that have recently caught our eye in the trucking world.
Lots of exciting happening in trucking. Here’s trucking news you need to know in case you missed it. Attracting women to trucking is about visibility - “If you want to attract women into your fleet, you have to show them they can work for you. That’s according to Jane Jazwary, CEO of CarriersEdge, who spoke [...]
What You Need to Know in Trucking It's been a crazy time for trucking. Of course, it usually is. This industry is always changing and we're affected by major events, such as weather. Here's what we found interesting this week.
Busy week in trucking news. Some good news with Rhode Island not being allowed to ban trucks off certain roads to BC adding free wifi to rest areas. Let's take a look at what you might have missed in trucking news.
The new buzz word for the past year has been “fake news.” Trucking is an easy target for reporters who know little about the industry or politicos who want to score points by demonizing trucking and truckers. But is it new? Not really. This is just the latest way to make truckers the boogeyman.
This year’s Sept. 7 Brake Safety Day follows up on CVSA’s May 3, 2017, unannounced Brake Safety Day and replaces the seven-day Brake Safety Week campaign from previous years. More than 3.4 million brakes have been inspected since the program’s inception in 1998.
Volvo Trucks´ Collision Warning with Emergency Brake demonstrates one of the industry’s most advanced safety technologies. The system alerts the driver if there is a risk of collision with a vehicle in front, activating the brakes if necessary.