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Trucking History

Popular culture once celebrated trucking as America's "Dream Job." But with truck drivers now the most common job in the country, it's no longer a celebrated occupation. Blog commentary by Senior Editor Jack Roberts.

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ArcBest: 95 Years and Counting [Photos]

ArcBest is celebrating its 95th anniversary. From its roots in less-than-truckload delivery, the company has transformed into a full-scale provider of end-to-end supply chain services. These photos offer highlights of its transformation, starting when it was formed in 1923 as OK Transfer & Storage Company.

American Truck Historical Society Display at MATS

While the South Wing of The Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville was missing a few OEM exhibitors, the ATHS made good use of the vacant space with a display of vintage iron that drew a lot of fans. Here's a sampling of some of the trucks on display. Photos by Jim Park  

Photos: A Visit to the Mack Trucks Museum

Over 100 years ago, Mack was building trucks, before anybody really understood waht a truck was. A visit to its incredible museum celebrating that heritage is a must for any trucking or automotive history fan.