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It's not enough for a trucking fleet to simply care about its drivers. There is a lot more that goes into being chosen as a Best Fleet to Drive For. Part two of a three-part look into the Best Fleets to Drive For competition.

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Do You Have What it Takes to be a 'Best Fleet to Drive For'?

It has been a dozen years since the Best Fleets to Drive For program was launched at the depth of the economic crisis. Here's a look at how far the program has come – and what factors are gaining in importance when evaluating the truckload fleets most favored by truck drivers.

TCA's Heller: ELD Data Already Transforming Trucking

Dave Heller, vice president of government affairs for the Truckload Carriers Association told the Machinery Haulers Association that ELDs are already providing never-before-seen data on truck use and how drivers spend their days-- all of which that will eventually yield better regulations and more efficient operations.

Speed-Limiter Bill Garners Support of Trucking Groups

Solid support is growing from trucking lobbies in favor of a new bipartisan Senate bill that would require all new Class 7 and Class 8 trucks to be equipped with speed-limiting devices set to a maximum speed of 65 mph.

Dealing With the Dark Side of Social Media

Many executives fear social media because of the damage an irate poster can inflict. But if handled properly, even bad posts can be a good thing for your fleet. (Part of a three-part series on how fleets can use Facebook to recruit and retain drivers.)

Keep Your Eye on Trucking’s Moneyball

Thoughts on how ELD data may help reshape HOS and what else trucking may see next year, per the crystal ball of TCA's resident sage. Blog commentary by Executive Editor David Cullen