Monthly Archives: November 2017

Before now, the trucking industry has not really experienced the influence of technology. At least, trucking tech has never drastically changed the direction of the industry as it will be. Yes, we have seen legislation for cleaner emissions, and we...
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The news is out, and Tesla’s line of electric semis are about to hit the road. However, what signaled growth in the private car market is being approached with much more caution by truckers. Tesla’s Electric Semis Tesla’s electric semis...
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Statistically speaking, there are two demographics in among truckers who have the cleanest records and the fewest accident. Both women and veteran truckers are perhaps the safest and most efficient drivers in the industry. Where the two groups overlap, women...
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Fleet consolidation is an ongoing trend in the trucking industry. Large fleets are merging together, or buying up smaller carriers in a move for aggressive expansion. While many look at fleet consolidation as marginalizing smaller and emerging carriers, it may...
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EFF2The number of independent truckers is on the rise in the United States. With the availability of reliable apps for picking up and delivering shipments, combined with an increase in small businesses across the country, independent truckers can set up...
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For a while now, port truckers have felt exploited by certain companies. Now, a federal bill is is being proposed to increase pay and reduce the exploitation of port truckers. Port Truckers And The Leasing Dilemma Port truckers are the...
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Throughout the United States, diabetes is becoming a very coming health problem. However, within the trucking industry, the occurrence of diabetes is 50 percent higher than in other industries. With the robot revolution of self-driving trucks getting delayed at every...
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A few months back, we reported that there was a stagnation in truck sales. Truck sales were down to the point that vehicles were not moving off of dealership lots, and fleets could not unload used vehicles for anywhere near...
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