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Throughout the United States, many carrier employees and owner-operators are ready to take the next step and launch their own trucking companies. They have the know-how and understanding of the industry, but starting a trucking company requires careful planning. There...
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Many owners of trucking companies either handle accounting themselves, work with a CPA, or use cloud-based accounting services. While accounting can sometimes cause major headaches, there is a way to make things easier for your trucking company and ensure you...
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In January of this year, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) was passed with an overwhelming vote of 89 to 10. USMCA was drawn up as a replacement for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) which took effect back in...
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Technology has been a stumbling block for the trucking industry for years now. From GPS integration to handling transactions from mobile devices and ELDs, new tech brings new headaches. But the trucking industry stands at a threshold, and technology can...
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Fuel expenses rank near the top of the biggest concerns for trucking companies of all sizes. The cost of fuel is a big part of every budget in the trucking industry, and prices can seemingly fluctuate overnight, making it difficult...
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After a turbulent year in 2019, spot rates are showing a slight stabilization in the first quarter of 2020. Spot rates at the end of December climbed to an average of $1.73 per mile, which is well above the average...
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Parking still remains an issue throughout the trucking industry. Parking is becoming more scarce, with repercussions ranging from lower take-home pay for drivers to penalties for drive time according to the ELD mandate. Last month, the Transportation Research Board met...
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As we get ready for spring, plans are being made for major construction projects throughout the United States. Carriers and owner-operators alike are being contracted to move building materials and heavy equipment to construction sites so workers can take on...
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Last Month the White House rolled out new guidelines for automated vehicle manufacturers. Automated Vehicles 4.0 (or AV4.0) was shown at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, with the goal of improving safety and security with self-driving vehicles. AV4.0 will impose...
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We are still in the middle of winter, which means oil and gas distributors are supplying gas stations, private individuals, and more with the fuel necessary to keep vehicles moving and houses warm. However, staggered payment schedules may mean that...
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