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What California Bill on Independent Contractors Means for Truckers

August 20, 2019

When the California Senate agrees to allow provisions in the Dynamex decision about the classification of independent contract workers, like of course, truck drivers, then it won't make concessions for the trucking industry. Joe Rajkovacz, director of governmental affairs .... Read More

Company Raises $70 Million in Freight Tech Boom

July 25, 2019

The tech boom in the freight logistics space keeps growing. And it doesn’t seem like it’s poised to stop anytime soon. In fact, Sennder, an online platform and marketplace that aims to link up comme .... Read More

Ridding Distracted Driving Key to Safety

June 20, 2019

The dangers of driving while distracted, especially in this age of distraction, are self-evident. Nevertheless, when you read a study on the matter, the issue is really brought home. And that’s what happens after reading the study put out by artificial intelligence telematics startup .... Read More

Electric Cars Keep Selling, Yet Emissions Keep Rising

May 20, 2019

It’s remarkable but it’s absolutely true. In spite of the fact that half of the nation’s clean cars are in California, planet-warming pollution strictly from transportation has been climbing. In fact, the emissions from the transportation sector amount to almost half of the state’s greenhouse-gas emissions. If the s .... Read More

Lexus debuts strange new minivan

April 16, 2019

Lexus has managed to design one of the most hideous yet simultaneously appealing vehicles I have ever laid eyes on. The Lexus LM 350 debuted at the Shanghai Auto Show. It is an obtuse luxury van modeled after the Toyota Alphard. What makes this car so remarkable .... Read More

How Everyone Plays a Role in Efficient Trucking

March 20, 2019

Many factors are involved in the trucking industry. In fact, getting freight delivered from one place to another is done with the help of many people. While the fleets, drivers, as well as vehicle manufacturers have a lot of responsibility in this process, especially in terms of fuel and efficiency, others play a role too. .... Read More

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

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