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Credit Crunch - Surviving The Storm

November 1, 2008
A month of financial turmoil has turned the economic forecast gloomy. Truckers will need good management to survive recession and the credit crisis.

Fuel Crisis Survival

June 1, 2008
Diesel price hikes take trucking into uncharted territory. Industry pushes for help on Capitol Hill.

Searching For Middle Ground In Highway Debate

May 1, 2008
Oliver Patton's monthly update from Washington includes a report on the federal highway program, the Highway Trust Fund, and congestion pricing in New York...

Incentives To Invest In Safety

April 1, 2008
A group of manufacturers and their allies are searching for a new path toward highway safety improvements.

Roadway Reforms

March 1, 2008
Congress asked for the report in preparation for the 2009 reauthorization of the law that controls how we govern and pay for the system.

Washington Report: DOT Keeps Mexico Program Alive Despite Congress' Intent To Cut Off Funds

February 1, 2008
The Department of Transportation is going ahead with U.S.-Mexico cross-border trucking even though President Bush signed legislation intended to kill the...

Aftermarket Conflicted About How to Correct Right to Repair Fault

January 1, 2008
The breakdown is in the aftermarket. Manufacturers and independent repair shops cannot agree on how to share the information, tools and equipment needed to...

Washington Report: Hours Rule Remains In Effect Pending Another Court Decision

January 1, 2008
Our man in Washington reports on wireless and trucking, FMCSA wireless roadside inspections, and hours of service rules

Killer Trucks No More
Killer Trucks No More

November 1, 2007
How the industry is working to better its public image.

View From The Hill

October 1, 2007
Infrastructure, emissions incentives, hours of service, NAFTA and Mexico are the hot issues for 2008.