Monthly Archives: August 2017

It seems that Uber is trying every way to make inroads into the trucking industry. From their app, which is designed to match drivers and customers, to research and development on self-driving trucks, and everything in between. Most recently, Uber...
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Advanced Driver Assisted Systems, or ADAS technology was front and center at a discussion held by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the National Safety Counsil (NSC) at the end of July. The focus of ADAS technology was to...
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These days, the news is filled with articles focusing on Uber, Amazon, and other companies which are focused on matching shippers with haulers for on-demand trucking. However, many people overlook that Convoy, a start up from the Pacific Northwest, was...
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Inflatable tires go back more than a century. That little invention by Dunlop has since exploded into a major industry for personal and commercial vehicles around the world. However, not many drivers pay much attention to truck tires. After all,...
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The American Trucking Association recently released a report showing industry growth, with some interesting projections for the upcoming years. Most notably, despite what we’ve been hearing about vacancies in the industry, there has been marked trucking growth with a projected...
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Whether you work for a large trucking fleet, or if you are an owner operator, electronic logging devices (ELDs) are now a mandatory part of the industry. However, not all ELDs are created equal. Before you drop money on an...
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