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Happy Holidays From Heavy Duty Trucking Magazine

Heavy Duty Trucking’s staff will be out of the office today and Monday for the Christmas holiday weekend and will be back to cover trucking news on Dec. 27.

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The Capitol Christmas Tree Journey [Photos]

Updated: A specially-decaled Kenworth T680 transported the 52nd U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree on a special cross-country tour to the U.S. Capitol. The tour visits 27 community celebrations during the 4,000-mile journey. Photos courtesy of Kenworth

The Holidays Are a Time for Reflection

As the year comes to a close for us here at Heavy Duty Trucking, we take a look back at 2015 through the eyes of our readers by posting 10 of our most popular feature articles of the year.

Photos: Kenworth and the Capitol Christmas Tree

The Capitol Christmas tree was transported 3,000 miles by a Kenworth T680 from Seattle to Washington D.C., just in time for the lighting ceremony on Dec. 3. 

Photos: Hauling the Capitol Christmas Tree

On Dec. 2, U.S. Speaker of the House John Ryan will be ready to light up this 74-foot tall Lutz Spruce on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building with thousands of LED lights and 4,000 ornaments. The official welcoming of the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree and the kickoff to the holidays is a tradition that began in 1964 by House Speaker John W. McCormack.

16th Annual IEOA Truck Light Convoy

The 16th annual Island Equipment Owners Association Truck Light Convoy and Food Drive took place on Vancouver Island, Canada. The line of 80 brightly decorated trucks made their way along a 22 mile long stretch of road showing off their holiday spirit. Photos courtesy of Today's Trucking.