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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 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

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

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

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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October 13, 1998 - Industry News

Volvo, Cummins Join Forces

Oct. 14 – Volvo Trucks North America and Cummins Engine have announced they will join forces “to create innovative solutions for Volvo Trucks’ customers in North America.” The first project will be several new Volvo truck models

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October 12, 1998 - Industry News

Hoffa Won’t Debate In Teamsters Race

Oct. 13 – James P. Hoffa, widely considered the front-runner in the race for Teamsters president, doesn’t plan to participate in the Oct. 19 debate scheduled by the court-appointed officer overseeing the election, reports the Associated

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October 8, 1998 - Industry News

Fleet Management Seminar Offered

Oct. 12 – The College of Engineering at the University of Washington is offering Effective Fleet Maintenance Management, Oct. 23. The course will present a detailed explanation and review of the entire range of maintenance responsibilities,

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October 8, 1998 - Industry News

Dallas Truck Park Project Dies

Oct. 12 – Arrow Truck Sales has canceled its plans for a $30 million truck-focused business park in southern Dallas, reports the Dallas Business Journal. The truck sales and maintenance park had been slated for the north

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October 8, 1998 - Industry News

Kenworth Rolls 150,000th Truck Off Ohio Line

Oct. 9 – Kenworth’s Chillicothe, OH, plant recently rolled its 150,000th truck off the production line. The 1999 T2000 with 75-inch Aerodyne sleeper was sold by Hissong-Kenworth of Richfield, OH, to Edwards Transportation, headquartered in Ravenswood, WV. Kenworth-Chillicothe

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October 6, 1998 - Industry News

TMC Unveils Revised VMRS

Oct. 8 – The Maintenance Council of the American Trucking Assns. has introduced a major upgrade to the Vehicle Maintenance Reporting Standards. The first products released under the new VMRS 2000 banner are Code Key 33

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October 6, 1998 - Industry News

Standard & Poor’s Puts Western Star On CreditWatch

Oct. 8 – On Oct. 1, Standard & Poor’s placed its double-B-plus corporate credit and senior unsecured debt ratings on Western Star Truck Holdings Ltd. on CreditWatch with negative implications. The CreditWatch placement follows Western Star’s release

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October 6, 1998 - Industry News

New Immigration Law Could Cause Border Delays

Oct. 7 – A new immigration law that was to go into effect Oct. 1 could cause delays for truckers entering or leaving the United States. The law, Section 110 of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigration

October 6, 1998 - Industry News

Navistar Workers Walk Out

Oct 7 – A strike by 150 workers at Navistar International’s truck customizing plant in Springfield, OH, is not expected to affect the company’s truck assembly and body plants, according to the Associated Press. The workers went

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October 5, 1998 - Industry News

Crackdown On Canadian Trucks Put On Hold

Oct. 6 – Tough inspections of Canadian trucks entering northern prairie states will be put on hold now that officials from the United States and Canada have agreed to trade talks. Seven states have been scrutinizing trucks

October 5, 1998 - Industry News

Volvo Owners Say VN Is Best

Oct. 6 –Volvo VN Series owners love their trucks, according to a new survey by Volvo Trucks North America. The 1998 Class 8 Heavy Truck Customer Satisfaction Study measured customer satisfaction among recent purchasers of the three

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September 29, 1998 - Industry News

Freightliner To Invest $40 Million In Parts Plant

Oct. 1 – Freightliner plans to invest $40 million in its Gastonia Parts Manufacturing Plant over the next three years. The plant produces parts for four Freightliner truck and chassis manufacturing plants, American LaFrance fire trucks,

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September 29, 1998 - Industry News

Travel Ports Reports Record Results

Oct. 1 – Despite lower gross profit margins from diesel fuel, Travel Ports of America reported record net income for its first quarter ended July 31 – the company’s 29th consecutive quarterly profit. The reason for the

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September 29, 1998 - Industry News

Volvo Trucks Returns To Super Bowl

Sept. 30 – We don’t know yet who’ll be playing the 1999 Super Bowl, but Volvo Trucks North America has announced it will return to the game with a new 30-second ad in the first quarter. Volvo’s

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