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How to customize your semi-truck and make it as comfortable as your home?

October 5, 2017

The majority of truckers spend most hours on the road far from home comforts. You pass your daytime in your truck from driving to relaxing and sleeping. So, the truck cab becomes your second home. Therefore, you should take a time to customize your semi-truck and to put your personal traces there in order to make the time you spend there more enjoy .... Read More

You are a Truck Driver and don’t Know What to do to Stay Awake Longer? Here are 10 Tips that will Surely Help you

September 20, 2017

Truck drivers' schedule is very unpredictable. Usually, they have to drive many long hours and ways in order to get their job done. If you want to be a productive and safe trucker then staying awake and getting prepared for long period of driving is critical for you. The following 12 ways will help you to stay awake as well as to get prepared for a .... Read More

The Largest Brush Fire in LA history over 30 Years

September 5, 2017

Until this past weekend, the hillsides of Burbank had not seen a serious brush fire in decades once that was started near the 210 Freeway rapidly escalated.   However, currently all evacuation orders are lifted, 210 freeway is open again since fire officers handled the issue.   On Friday when the fire started, the fire engines .... Read More

New Call for Global Trucking Emissions?

July 11, 2017

Higher fuel-efficiency and lower emission for cars are known to the world for about a half century. However, semi-trucks or trucks have always been incognito to the global emissions. The information in the Green Card Report notes that the US, China as the European Union is responsible for one-fifth of the global oil. In other words, 17 million p .... Read More

What Truck Drivers Have To Know About DAC Reports?

June 5, 2017

  DAC Services is a type of information system which is providing a complete background of drivers. The information includes MVR reports,  credit reports,employment history, results of previous drug and alcohol tests and criminal records. They also report workmen's comp and disability claims. Everything that is on your DAC report will affe .... Read More

California Drivers: Say Goodbye To Botts Dot or The Bumps That Kept You In Your Lane

May 25, 2017

Heads Up Californians!   While driving on the freeway, the little bumps that make your car go thump, ya those little guys have reached the end of their road.   They have been at our service for over a half century. Elbert Botts developed this safety device in his lab in Sacramento. A popular referral to these devices was a loy .... Read More

How Big Data Can Make Trucking Better

May 15, 2017

  Now days every industry on the planet uses big data. Due to internet and computer technology, we can assemble data faster than ever before. We live in a world increasingly driven by data. Big data is a technical term that shows all of the information collected about you and every other driver. This information, such as driv .... Read More

What Determines the Cost to Ship a Car?

April 28, 2017

Many factors come in to play when determining the cost to ship your car.    Distance More miles mean more expensive shipping service, in general. Quite often automobiles that need to be transported to a small rural town cost more to ship just because the vehicle is located at an isolated area away from a major highway. .... Read More

Ways to Reduce Distracted Driving and Improve Fleet Safety

April 18, 2017

  In 2012,  3,328 people were killed in crashes related to distracted driving according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Another study by, revealed that under inflated tires are a contributing factor in more than 20 percent of accidents. These kinds of accidents are especially tragic because th .... Read More

TCA Takes A Step By Asking Congress To Not Increase Truck Weight Limits

April 12, 2017

The Truckload Carriers Association restated its support of the current five-axle, 80,000-pound federal gross vehicle weight limit for trucks. This was stated in an April 5  letter to the leaders of both the Senate Committee on Appropriations and the House Committee on Appropriations. TCA President John Lyboldt wrote to the lawmakers saying tha .... Read More

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