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After a year of insanity, things are beginning to return to something that resembles what life used to be like. With the economy trying to right itself amid uncertainty, we are seeing fuel prices on the rise. And the impact...
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We are accustomed to seeing price hikes on diesel every summer. We got an early gift from Uncle Sam this spring; and not a pleasant one. Fuel is already climbing past $3.10 a gallon, and with the normal summer hike,...
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Take Advantage of Plentiful Freight to Grow your Business “Retail Sales Explode in March” “Third Round of Stimulus provides a huge boost to consumer economy “ “Freight Volumes Push Higher“ After a roller coaster of a year last year, 2021...
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While unemployment is high in other industries, trucking is pulling ahead. Trucking industry analysts are pointing to a driver shortage of roughly 50,000. The shortage combined with high demand, has created a perfect situation for anyone looking for a new...
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The trucking industry is starting to gain a firm foothold in the economy, despite the challenges posed by pandemic restrictions, high unemployment in other sectors, and new legislation. For trucking companies and owner-operators to keep up their momentum, they cannot...
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If you had a magic eight-ball, all of the answers for 2020 would be “the outlook is uncertain.” For every region and industry in the United States that opens up, a new spike on COVID-19 infections sets everything back to...
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Cash flow has become the main focus for trucking fleets of every size. Especially now, when trucking companies need to maximize their access to working capital, speeding up cash flow can make a huge difference in long-term financial health. Shippers...
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The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) is placing pressure on Congress to either eliminate or suspend two trucking taxes to provide economic relief to carriers and independent drivers. Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Among trucking taxes the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax...
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Driver retention has been a big focus over the past five years. The reports of an ever-present driver shortage seem to be a mainstay in the news, and older truckers are preparing for retirement, leaving a gap for new hires,...
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While essential supply chains are the domain on Class-8 vehicles, trucking companies are realizing the need for medium-duty vehicles to stay competitive and relevant. While medium-duty vehicles may not have the capacity of larger trucks, their role is just as...
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