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On the Border
On the Border

November 8, 2010
Now that the elections are over, Mexican officials are likely to push even harder to get the cross-border trucking dispute ironed out in this window of time...

Why Don't Military Trucks Have to Meet the Same Emissions Standards We Do?

November 3, 2010
I got an e-mail the other day from an owner-operator who was curious about why the government doesn't have to follow its own emissions rules when it comes...

Aftermarket Truck Equipment Counts in Gathering Groundbreaking Tornado Data
Aftermarket Truck Equipment Counts in Gathering Groundbreaking Tornado Data

October 29, 2010
Viewers of the Discovery Channel's "Stormchasers" program may not give much thought to the truck equipment that helps these daring tornado researchers do...

Port Carriers Find a Loophole
Port Carriers Find a Loophole

October 27, 2010
Seems some carriers at the Southern California ports have found a loophole that allows them to continue operating some older, higher-polluting trucks that...

Gone in 30 Seconds

October 25, 2010
Remember the movie "Gone in Sixty Seconds," where Nicolas Cage is a retired master car thief who has to steal 50 cars in one night to save his brother's...

Helping Out the Little Guy
Helping Out the Little Guy

October 24, 2010
The recession may officially be over, but many smaller trucking companies are struggling to come out of it strong. One company is trying to help with some...

Think Pink: Truckers Help Fight Breast Cancer
Think Pink: Truckers Help Fight Breast Cancer

October 15, 2010
Each year around this time, I usually get at least one press release in my in-box about a trucking company that is painting one of its rigs pink as part of...

A Satisfying Verdict
A Satisfying Verdict

October 15, 2010
It's nice to hear about a trucking lawsuit that went the way of the trucker for a change

Trucking as Art
Trucking as Art

October 14, 2010
"We all have an idea of what a truck driver's like when we're a kid - but we don't really know much about them.

One Man's Business Philosophy: Innovate, Solve Customer Problems ... and Have Fun
One Man's Business Philosophy: Innovate, Solve Customer Problems ... and Have Fun

October 10, 2010
When the black-and-yellow, pointy-tailed Marmon Wasp won the first Indy 500 race in 1911, it was thanks to innovation. Not a faster engine, or even the more...