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Trucking Costs on the Rise: Big Companies Face Pressure

February 22, 2019

While the truck driver shortage is plaguing the industry, money issues are coming up for big companies. Basically, the costs for trucking goods are on the rise. And, since this increases costs for companies… it could lead to higher costs for consumers. Some of these co .... Read More

Telsa at the Top: The Most Satisfying Car

February 11, 2019

Well, it’s official! The Tesla Model 3 topped the lists for the “most satisfying car” currently on the market. This is according to .... Read More

Uber Freight: Saving Truckers Time and Money

January 31, 2019

Truck drivers in the industry understand the frustration involved in making shipments, especially when it comes to detention. Many are expected to wait for hours at a time at warehouses, while loads are unloaded or loaded onto the trucks. This occurs when warehouses don’t have shipments ready when the truckers arrive. The .... Read More

Trucking in Teams: Pros and Cons

January 16, 2019

Trucking on your own is daunting at first. That is normal for every new driver on the job. So, after completing training, it may seem appealing to work as a team before setting off on your own. However, there are both pros and cons to the idea. Teaming up for trucking jobs may sound tempting for new drivers… but it isn’ .... Read More

Musk’s EPIC Tunnel Fail

December 20, 2018

Elon Musk had planned to revolutionize Los Angeles’ mass transit. Unfortunately, not everything went as planned. Musk, and The Boring .... Read More

Reviewing… Yelp?

November 26, 2018

Where do you look for company reviews? Looking to try a new product, restaurant, or company? Where do you go to find out what other people said about it? New social media platforms and advertising channels have been constantly increasing over the years. As a result, the reviewing platform, Yelp, is facing a lot of competition. Facebook, I .... Read More

Starbucks Forced to Put Cancer Warnings On Cups: 1st Amendment Violation or Not?

October 11, 2018

The Council for Education and Research on Toxics released a lawsuit against coffee vendors in the state of California, forcing to put cancer warnings on labels. The lawsuit forces to comply with Proposition 65. Over millions of dollars have been taken from coffee brewers such as Starbucks for the same cancer sign warning violations till this day. A .... Read More

We Are To be Slaves to Machines: Artificial Intelligence Predicting Earthquakes

August 30, 2018

Nowadays, when the technologies are developing very fast, there is not much to do than sitting and following. Artificial Intelligence is about to take our will and decide everything for us. But is it possible or is it required? Everyone has its own opinion. And now, a new type of artificial intelligence will be using its brain to mapping earthquake .... Read More

The New Type of Screening at Metro Areas Will Prevent Terrorist Attacks

August 16, 2018

Los Angeles’s transit agency becomes the first in the US to deploy a network of body scanners to screen passengers. The aim of the network is to avoid terrorists’ attacks on rail and subway stations as the federal government looks for enlarging all kinds of screenings beyond airports.   The Transportati .... Read More

How to Keep Your Personal Data Safe as a Trucker: 6 Tips to Be Secure

August 2, 2018

When asking a trucker what the most important thing on the road is, he/she will surely answer “safety”. Indeed, you as a trucker, care about your life, as if something can happen on the road. But what about the safety of your personal information?   Legal complications can threaten trucker’s livelihood. And that’s might be one of .... Read More