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Tough life: Costs catastrophic to truckers

Mar
10,
2008
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Article describing the devastating effects that Owner Operators within the Trucking Industry are experiencing because of the High price of fuel. Truck Drivers from all over the country are being forced to make drastic changes in their lifestyles, some on … Continue reading

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The Importance of Communication

Feb
12,
2008
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Emily Discovered “Motionless” by Donna: Off to a Better Place

Jan
29,
2008
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Today was one of my rare days off.  I was glad, because today Donna found her  beloved pet cockateil “Emily” motionless on the bottom of her cage.  I don’t even need to say how terribly upset Donna was, and those of … Continue reading

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Hours of Service to Change Again?

Jan
20,
2008
5

After a long, hard battle advocates finally accomplished their goal in having the hours of service for truck drivers changed to the current 14/10 rule with the 34-hour restart thrown in for support. Remember all the news this was making … Continue reading

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Independent Truck Drivers Have It Tough

Aug
19,
2007
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By [http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=L._Winslow]L. Winslow  It has never been easy to be an independent truck driver and with the high fuel prices, high cost of insurance and over regulations and bureaucracy; including out of control taxes it is a wonder that there … Continue reading

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Miami, Florida Tops Road Rage List . . . Again

May
17,
2007
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Truck driving jobs allow those professionals tough enough to handle the hardships of the lifestyle, a means of exploring this great country of ours. From Bangor, Maine to San Diego, California or Tacoma, Washington to Key West, Florida . . … Continue reading

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The Brotherhood of Trucking

Feb
27,
2007
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Trucking has seen a lot of changes through the twenty-nine years I’ve been involved in the profession. I can only imagine what the pro’s with forty to fifty years of trucking under their belts have seen. I remember when I … Continue reading

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