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Truck Driver Kevin Kimmel Received 2015 Harriet Tubman Award from Truckers Against Trafficking

Apr
10,
2015
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  Kevin Kimmel received the Harriet Tubman Award from Truckers Against Trafficking at a ceremony on April 3rd.  He also has been announced as a TCA Highway Angel. Below is the Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) press release. Kylla Lanier, deputy director … Continue reading

44 year trucking industry veteran makes his case to Congress regarding unfair CSA scores

Apr
8,
2015
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Recently 44 year trucking veteran and 4 million safe miles owner operator “Tom” Byerley, had enough regarding the “unfair and faulty” Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program. After decades of driving, Tom elected to become a … Continue reading

Neglected 20 Year Old Semi arrives at MATS PKY area promoting driver health

Mar
17,
2015
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For Immediate Release. Louisville, KY At  the Mid-America Trucking Show (MATS) this year, there will be a different kind of truck among the country’s premier truck beauty show ! Among these shined and polished working show trucks, will be the … Continue reading

Will Trucks of the Future Revolutionize Freight Shipping?

Nov
26,
2014
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by  Lorenzo Estébanez Since the dawn of the space age, one of the biggest promises of the future was a driverless car. The future’s been a mixed bag—there aren’t any colonies in space, but the Internet is better than anyone … Continue reading

How to Submit Comments to FMCSA

Jul
1,
2014
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Many times drivers want to be a part of the Rule Making Process of the FMCSA or be a part of the public comments of the FMCSA ‘s Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee (MCSAC) however, they are intimidated by the … Continue reading

AIPBA Heeds FMCSA’s Call to Help USDOT Crack Down on Illegally Operating Brokers

Jun
30,
2014
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How to File a Complaint Against an Illegal Broker In his continuous effort to help “clean up” the actions and reputation within the freight broker segment of the transportation industry, James Lamb of the AIPBA (Association of Independent Property Brokers … Continue reading

Comments to FMCSA’s Data Systems to Improve Uniformity in the Treatment of Inspection Violation Data

Dec
3,
2013
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by Richard Wilson- TCRG Consulting On December 2, 2013 the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration via the Federal Register, made changes to it Motor Carrier Management Information System. Motor Carrier Management Information System Changes to Improve Uniformity in the Treatment … Continue reading

Case Closed: Autos Leading Cause of Car-Truck Crashes

Feb
13,
2013
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Most recently, the federal Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program continues to hold the CMV driver at fault even when it is clear that the car driver was the leading factor in the accident. This continues to be an issue that … Continue reading

Truck Tuning: What You Need To Know About Remapping

Dec
9,
2012
1

    We know that there are a lot of truck racing fans out there, and that they love the highly-tuned trucks you see tearing round tracks at surprising speeds. For the average truck driver though, there is often very … Continue reading

Making your transport business work harder for profit

Jul
25,
2012
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The recession continues to squeeze small business operatives in a number of ways, forcing entrepreneurs to be smarter about the way they work. With rising fuel costs added to the mix, this is especially the case for those who operate … Continue reading

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