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D.C. Memorial Procession to honor 500 slain workers in interstate transportation

Mar
8,
2017
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As yet another trucker is murdered in Houston, TRUCKER LIVES MATTER declares September 5th, 2017 is “DAY WITHOUT A TRUCKER”                                                                                 Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB)March 08, 2017 Traditionally, the day after Labor Day represents the first day back to work … Continue reading

Women trucker self defense course confronts attacks against women

Feb
20,
2017
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Social Trucking Group to Engage Taekwondo on the High Seas United States Taekwondo Directory FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Jan. 10, 2017 – PRLog — The Real Women in Trucking Organization, a 501 (c) 6 trade association, will host a two … Continue reading

Driver comments needed NOW to improve Rest Area Parking

Dec
19,
2016
2

On December 12th 2016 was the final meeting for the National Truck Parking Coalition held at the United States Department of Transportation in Washington D.C. These meetings began November 2015 and followed with 5 more during the year. The National … Continue reading

Truck Parking Coalition proceeds to focus on parking crisis

Sep
21,
2016
4

In an effort to address the truck parking crisis, the Federal Highway Administration created the National Coalition on Truck Parking consisting of industry stakeholders.  Four events were scheduled to discuss the problems. As we approach the final meeting of 2016, … Continue reading

Attorneys discuss live 3.1M sex discrimination case

Jun
29,
2016
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Attorneys discuss live 3.1M sex discrimination case June 30, 2016 Thursday 6:00 pm Eastern Listen on your phone (646) 200-0616 or via the Link “Discrimination is not the Solution to Sex Harassment in Trucking”     Discrimination appears in many … Continue reading

Truckers Fighting Speed Limiter Regulation

May
23,
2016
2

Truckers Fighting Speed Limiter Regulation           If drivers do not want Speed Limiters on heavy trucks from becoming another law, then they will need to do something. As professional truck drivers, we are aware of how … Continue reading

Another Trucker Gets Shot: Allow Truckers to Defend Themselves

Jan
11,
2016
4

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) January 11, 2016 “Another Trucker Gets Shot: SBTC Challenges NRA to Back their Michael’s Law Amendment to 18 U.S. Code 926A to Allow Truckers to Defend Themselves…” In the aftermath of yet another trucker being shot … Continue reading

Veteran Health Care and CMV drivers

Nov
6,
2015
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Veteran Health Care and CMV drivers On October 9, 2015, Congressman Rob Woodall of Georgia introduced a bill, H.R. 3739, Veterans Expanded Trucking Opportunities Act see the text of the bill  What does this bill mean? If passed, this bill … Continue reading

SBTC Challenges the NRA to Stand Up for Truckers’ Gun Rights

Oct
28,
2015
2

  Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB)October 26, 2015 SBTC Challenges the NRA to Stand Up for Truckers’ Gun Rights Small Business in Transportation Coalition Challenges the National Rifle Association to Protect and Promote Truckers’ Gun Rights The Chairman of the Small … Continue reading

The Evolution of the Driver Shortage, Trucker Wages, and Safety

Oct
25,
2015
3

Truck Driver Shortage: Addressing Safety,  Driver Wages, Retention, Driver Job Hopping and Turnover rates. The time has come for everyone within the trucking industry to address the facts about the infamous truck driver shortage. The driver shortage is not really … Continue reading

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