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Foreign Workers Program for U. S. Trucking Industry

May
27,
2010
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Is there an intentional movement building towards the initiating of a foreign workers program within the United States trucking industry?  With three major initiatives in the process :  CSA 2010, the FMCSA sleep apnea testing and the work in progress … Continue reading

Truck Drivers Discuss Problems within Trucking Industry

Nov
11,
2009
0

The most recent Dan Rather Reports, a second in a series, filmed on location in Carl’s Corner, Texas at Willie Nelson’s truck stop, Willie’s Place – brought a large number of truckers together who had the opportunity to mingle and … Continue reading

NAFTA Could Cost Drivers Two Million More Jobs

Sep
22,
2009
2

Opening Mexico’s border under the NAFTA agreement could cost professional truck drivers in the U. S. as many as two million jobs.  With an estimated four million active U. S. truck drivers, that would equal cutting half of the work … Continue reading

What Every CDL Student Should Know

Sep
11,
2009
0

In today’s economy, many people are looking at professional truck driving as a possible career.  Their first stop?  CDL truck driver training school.  Before heading to the nearest CDL school,  CDL students need to know certain, important facts before making … Continue reading

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