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Readers comment on video urging Congress to support EOBRs … app reviews
Court rejects EPA’s Navistar engine exemption. SMS comment period extended. ATA urges highway bill conferees to address trucking’s needs. FMCSA clarifies oilfield hours exceptions. ATA to Congress: TSA efforts must be risk-based. Economic outlook: Slow growth, weak employment.
CCJ Symposium panel says fleets should detail fuel surcharges
Survey shows surprising social media trends for truckers
Con-way Truckload seeks out military vets
Yesterday’s technology won’t run tomorrow’s trucks
Fleet executives open the playbook at Qualcomm Vision conference
Intermodal boom fuels market for tracking solutions
The Claysburg, Pa.-based fleet markets itself as a “crossover” company that combines the simplicity of truckload hauling with the partial load flexibility of a less-than-truckload carrier.
Carriers of all sizes are able to expand their capacity for managing driver information. With a chronic shortage of qualified drivers, savvy IT managers and executives are focusing on ways to increase the transparency and connectivity options for drivers to increase their satisfaction as well as performance.
Tires perform so well, it’s easy to take them for granted – and wise fleet managers understand that it can be a costly error to do so since tires consistently rank as one of a fleet’s top expenses. Understanding what tires work best on your vehicles and in your specific applications is fundamental for ensuring fleet productivity and efficiency.
The third and final portion of CCJ’s annual three-part guide to trailer specifications takes a look at popular flatbed models from leading suppliers.
Snap-on’s 110V welder, Parker Chelsea’s compact power take-off and more
As John Doe prepared to turn, a four-wheeler rocketed out of a shopping mall and crashed into his truck’s right fender. Was this a preventable accident?