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October 26, 1998 - Industry News

Kenworth Introduces Used Truck Locator On Internet

Oct. 26 – Kenworth’s new used truck locator on the Internet makes it easier for customers to find the used truck they’re looking for

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October 26, 1998 - Industry News

Paccar Announces Record Results

Oct. 27 – Paccar, which makes Peterbilt, Kenworth and DAF trucks, reported record sales and net income for the third quarter and first nine months

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October 26, 1998 - Industry News

New Jersey Cracks Down On Truck Pollution

Oct. 27 – Nearly 8% of trucks and buses tested randomly for emissions standards in New Jersey have flunked the test

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October 22, 1998 - Industry News

Truck Sales On Pace For Record Year

Oct. 23 – Sales of heavy duty trucks continue to surpass all expectations, with a 20.2% gain in September over last year’s figures

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October 22, 1998 - Industry News

Mudslide Causes Major Detour In Idaho

Oct. 23 – A mudslide that cut U.S. 95 in two near Bonners Ferry, ID, last week is causing a 112-mile detour for commercial traffic. Some people have been complaining that it’s taking too long to make

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October 21, 1998 - Industry News

House Transportation Chair Guaranteed Re-election

Oct. 22 – U.S. Rep. Bud Shuster, a republican and chairman of the House Transportation Committee, is virtually guaranteed re-election Nov. 3 – he faces himself on the ballot. Shuster is on the ballot as both the

October 21, 1998 - Industry News

U.S. Xpress Announces Record Quarterly Results

Oct. 22 – U.S. Xpress Enterprises, Chattanooga, TN, announced record revenue, income and earnings for the quarter that ended Sept. 30. The company reported operating revenue for the third quarter of $150.2 million, a 30.2% increase from

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October 21, 1998 - Industry News

Kentucky Lifts Overweight Fine Cap

Oct. 22 – A new Kentucky state law that took effect in July caught some truckers by surprise when they got overweight fines of $6,000 to $7,000. House Bill 495 gave county fiscal courts the leeway to

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October 20, 1998 - Industry News

Office Of Motor Carriers To Stay In FHWA

Oct. 21 – After intense lobbying by the trucking industry, the Office of Motor Carriers will stay where it is

October 20, 1998 - Industry News

M.S. Carriers to Buy Wisconsin Company

Oct. 21 – M.S. Carriers, Memphis, TN, plans to purchase certain operating assets of Interstate Trucking Corporation of America, a dry van truckload carrier based in Merrill, WI

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October 19, 1998 - Industry News

New York To Test Truck Emissions

Oct. 20 – New York Gov. George Pataki signed legislation last week requiring trucks and buses to pass the same emission tests required for cars – the 15th state to do so, according to the Associated Press

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October 19, 1998 - Industry News

Cummins To Be Mack’s Exclusive Vendor Engine

Oct. 20 – Mack Trucks and Cummins Engine have announced a long-term agreement that will broaden Mack’s engine line-up and make Cummins its exclusive supplier of vendor engines

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October 19, 1998 - Industry News

Truck Beauty Show Rescheduled

Oct. 20 – After Hurricane George forced the cancellation of Lowboy’s Truck Show in Pensacola, FL, scheduled for Nov. 7-8, the National Assn. of Show Trucks rallied and scheduled a replacement show for the following weekend

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October 19, 1998 - Industry News

Teamsters Debate Canceled

Oct. 20 – After James P. Hoffa said he wouldn’t participate in a debate among candidates for the presidency of the Teamsters, a second candidate decided it wasn’t worth his time, and the event was canceled. Tom

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October 19, 1998 - Industry News

Wabash To Supply Yellow

Oct. 20 – Wabash National Corp. has formed a new supply partnership with Yellow Services of Overland Park, KS. The deal is expected to include several thousand DuraPlate trailers, smooth-sided aluminum vans and converter dollies over

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October 14, 1998 - Industry News

California to Close Drug-Testing Loopholes

Oct. 19 – California will close some loopholes that let drug-using drivers slip through the drug and alcohol testing process, under a bill recently signed by Gov. Pete Wilson

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October 14, 1998 - Industry News

AF Raises Rates, Con-Way Stays The Same

Oct. 19 – American Freightways, Harrison, AR, is raising its general freight rates 5.5% to 5.9% on Nov. 1, reports the Journal of Commerce

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October 14, 1998 - Industry News

USA Truck Posts Record Results, Raises Pay

Oct. 16 – USA Truck, Van Buren, AR, announced its operating revenues were up 10.3% for the third quarter of 1998 compared to the same quarter of 1997

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October 14, 1998 - Industry News

Trucker Organization To Give To Truckers This Christmas

Oct. 16 – A trucker’s family support organization based on the Internet plans to give out hats, gloves and scarves to truckers who have to work this Christmas

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October 14, 1998 - Industry News

Truck Show Canceled

Oct. 16 – Lowboy’s Truck Show, scheduled for Nov. 7-8 in Pensacola, FL, has been canceled due to damage from Hurricane Georges. The truck beauty contest was to have been for the members of the National

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October 14, 1998 - Industry News

Roadway Express Unveils Redesigned Web Site

Oct. 16 – Roadway Express has unveiled its redesigned web site. The revamped site loads more quickly, is simpler to navigate and allows customers to get shipment information faster and easier. A streamlined Customer Tools menu at

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October 14, 1998 - Industry News

Illinois License Scandal Broadens

Oct. 15 – As federal officials dig deeper into allegations of commercial driver licenses for sale in Illinois, they have subpoenaed a former state agent to testify about being ordered to drop a driver’s license investigation,

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October 14, 1998 - Industry News

New York Symposium Addresses Driver Performance

Oct. 15 – Who’s responsible for commercial driver performance? About 130 representatives from the trucking industry, enforcement agencies, driving schools, the government and other organizations attended a symposium addressing that issue in Liverpool, NY, last month. The

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October 13, 1998 - Industry News

Landstar Says Bye-Bye To ATA

Oct. 14 – Faced with higher membership dues, the nation's third largest truckload carrier and largest user of owner-operators has pulled out of the American Trucking Assns. After 10 years' membership, Landstar System terminated its affiliation Oct.

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October 13, 1998 - Industry News

Pennsylvania Sues for Highway Damage

Oct. 14 – The state of Pennsylvania is suing the estate of a truck driver and his employer after a Memorial Day accident that caused $2.7 million in damage to Interstate 95. The suit accuses Samuel Coraluzzo

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