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2017 Fleet Safety Conference

Ken Marvenko (left), director of safety and driver development, Paper Transport was awarded Heavy Duty Trucking's 2017 Safety and Compliance award. Joe Rader, vice president of risk services for Fisher Auto Parts, was the recipient of the Fleet Safety Award.

The 2017 Fleet Safety Conference opened Tuesday with a keynote from the National Safety Council's Deborah Hersman, who also spoke on Monday at an NTSB-NSC roundtable about advanced driver assistance systems. Safety awards were given at a luncheon. The second day of the conference featured a session from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security - TSA regarding security threats against transportation fleets. The conference closed with a presentation from Shell's Karen Spring about the company's mission to eliminate fleet fatalities.  Read more here. Photos by Andy Lundin and Jim Park.

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Tags: Safety, Fleet Safety Conference, Fleet Events, FSC, FSC2017, Fleet Safety Conference 2017

Old Cars At Old Car City, USA Part 1

Pontiacs are easy to spot with their distinctive front grilles. Photo by Christina Hamner

HDT Senior Editor Jack Roberts recently stopped in at Old Car City, USA, north of Atlanta during an International LoneStar test drive, and came away with these photos of classic cars out to pasture.

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Tags: Chevrolet, Mercury, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Antique Archeology, Ford, GMC

Old Trucks At Old Car City, USA

Where has this old Mack bulldog been, and what has it seen...? Photo: Jack Roberts

HDT Senior Editor Jack Roberts recently stopped in at Old Car City, USA, while on a test drive. The site has been an automotive graveyard since 1931 and is the final resting place for a wide array of old cars, trucks and vans from the Golden Age of the Automobile. Photos highlight some of the old working trucks and vans slowly melting away in the woods near White, Georgia.

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Tags: Cargo Vans, Pickup Trucks, Medium-Duty Trucks, Full-Size Vans, History

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