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Increasing Number of State, Local Governments Order People to Stay Home

Increasing Number of State, Local Governments Order People to Stay Home

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing number of state and local governments have issued orders restricting public gatherings and even told residents to "shelter in place." Trucking, defined as essential by the federal government, is not subject to these orders.

March 23, 2020

The Pandemic Highway: Drivers Report in as COVID-19 Rages On
Truck Stops Step Up to Serve Drivers During COVID-19 Outbreak
Trucking on the Front Line in Fight Against COVID-19

Trucking on the Front Line in Fight Against COVID-19

As an increasingly aware United States mobilizes to contain the spread the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19, the trucking industry is uniquely positioned to help in the containment effort – or to spreading the disease.

March 12, 2020

FMCSA Extends Entry-Level Driver Training Rule Compliance Date
How Telematics Can Improve a Truck Fleet's Operations
How A Frankenstein Truck Averages Over 9 MPG
Can You Get Stellar MPG Without Holding up Traffic?

Can You Get Stellar MPG Without Holding up Traffic?

Owner-operator and fuel economy pioneer Henry Albert is attempting to take the lessons he learned breaking the 10 mpg barrier and see if he can log double-digit mpg numbers at higher highway speeds.

June 25, 2019

Driving to Get the Most Out of Fuel Efficient Technology
How One Driver Gets 10 MPG: Focusing on What He Can Control

How One Driver Gets 10 MPG: Focusing on What He Can Control

Truck driver Clark Reed says slowing down and taking the time to let traffic situations sort themselves out on their own is one way to avoid unnecessary stops – and the fuel burn required to get a tractor-trailer up and under way again.

June 25, 2019

Fuel-Efficient Drivers: Slow Down and Plan Ahead
ATRI Study Looks at Legal Marijuana's Impact on Fleet Operations
Study Highlights Limitations of Electronic Safety Systems

Study Highlights Limitations of Electronic Safety Systems

A new study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has found that while electronic safety systems such as advanced cruise control, collision mitigation, and lanekeeping can help save lives, improper use can lead to fatal accidents.

August 9, 2018

Scuttling of Sleep Apnea Screening Proposal Draws Heated Reactions
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