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ELD’s DO NOT prevent truckers from working more than 70 hrs/wk

May
17,
2016
3

  ELD’s DO NOT keep truckers from working more that 70 hours/week Has the General Public and Safety Advocacy Groups been Duped? THE BIG LIE: ELD’s keep drivers from working more that 70 hours/week and thus have the ability to … Continue reading

Trucker Issues Circulate via Video and Social Media

Mar
28,
2016
2

Announcement for All drivers who want their voices heard about the topics concerning them within the trucking Industry. WATCH and SCORE CONTEST VIDEOS We want to invite you to be a part of a unique Video Advocacy campaign using Social … Continue reading

First step towards Gun Control is upon us

Jan
28,
2016
0

The 2nd amendment is something many Americans hold on to with conviction and every ounce of strength and fiber from within themselves. The first 10 amendments form the Bill of Rights Amendment 2-Right to Bear Arms Passed by Congress September … 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

Trucking 2015 Highlights and 2016 Outlook

Jan
8,
2016
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It’s 2016 and many of us are reflecting upon 2015 and so many of the events which have taken place.  There were many highlights during 2015 , including one of the most controversial of the year, FMCSA’s Final Rule for … Continue reading

Recruiting New Truck Drivers 101

Oct
23,
2015
0

When someone mentions the term “Recruiting,” most folks wouldn’t associate marketing with it. Moreover, most people see the world of marketing and advertising as an annoying practice lacking any sense of boundaries. In the end though, marketing plays a vital … Continue reading

Defining the Truck Driver Shortage and the “Qualified Driver”

Oct
13,
2015
10

The Truck Driver Shortage- Part 1 Defining the Qualified Truck Driver In the recent ATA press release, addressing the continuous “driver shortage” plaguing the trucking industry, their analysis states that the shortage has grown to nearly 48,00 and could increase … Continue reading

Driver sees wages synonymous with trucking safety

May
30,
2015
1

By Allen Smith Low wages, driver shortage, high driver turnover, low retention, poor recruiting practices, cheap freight, working without pay, low hiring standards and unskilled labor are just a few of the phrases you will hear included in any discussion … Continue reading

Telemedicine offers truckers access to medical care 24/7

May
26,
2015
1

For many, the trucking lifestyle is difficult enough, but when a driver is faced with an illness or sickness on the road, the difficulties can become much more serious. I remember years back when I became extremely ill while miles … Continue reading

Information and Resource Hub now available for Trucking

May
17,
2015
1

We are at an age of information overload, we’ve been there for awhile, and it’s getting even greater.  With that said, is it really overload or is it information disorder, leading to confusion? Let’s face it, we can pretty much … Continue reading

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