Danny Leon-Guerrero Photo via TCA

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Highway Angel Makes Special Delivery at Truck Stop

Central Oregon Truck Company driver Danny Leon-Guerrero has been named a Highway Angel for helping to deliver a baby at a Pilot Flying J truck stop.

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Driver Detention Rule Shelved For Now

A federal rule regulating driver detention may be shelved for the foreseeable future.

Courtesy Strategic Programs Inc.

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Surveys Yield Clues to Driver Satisfaction

Where can trucking companies improve driver satisfaction? It’s a question that has somewhat different answers for drivers at different stages of their careers with their employers.

 Taljinder Sohi Photo via TCA

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Canadian Trucker Helps Fellow Jackknifed Drivers

Taljinder Sohi, a truck driver for Bison Transport of Manitoba, Canada, was named a Highway Angel by the Truckload Carriers Association for helping out a fellow driver whose tractor-trailer jackknifed on the highway.

Photo: ATA

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ATA Announces 2017-2018 America’s Road Team

After a final round of selections, American Trucking Associations has named 20 professional drivers to the 2017-2018 America’s Road Team, a group of elite truck drivers that will serve as trucking industry ambassadors.

Photo via CFI

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CFI Appeals to Drivers With Better Pay and Tech

Truckload carrier CFI is investing in its drivers with a 2-cent per mile pay raise, improved home time policy, newer tractors, and upgraded technology,

The Volvo VNL 780 donated to America's Road Team. Photo: Volvo Trucks

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ATA Holds Final Round to Select America’s Road Team

The American Trucking Associations is currently in the final round of the America’s Road Team selection process, which includes evaluation of candidates by industry veterans.

Mark McConachie Photo via TCA

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Driver Performs CPR on Heart-Attack Victim

The Truckload Carriers Association has named truck driver Mark McConachie a Highway Angel for attempting to save another driver’s life by using CPR while on the job.

FMCSA Administrator Scott Darling and professional driver Stephanie Klang. Photo via Women in Trucking

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Women In Trucking Seeks to Accurately Count Women in Trucking

The Women In Trucking Association has created the WIT Index in an effort to more accurately track the number of women working in the trucking industry.

Photo courtesy Advanced Career Institute.

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Groups Want Behind-the-Wheel Time Restored to Entry-Level Driver Rule

A trucking association and several safety advocacy groups have petitioned FCMSA to reconsider the Entry-Level Driver Training Final Rule and add minimum behind-the-wheel training time for student CDL drivers.

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