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Sierra snowstorm could close more roads this weekend

The snow seems to never stop falling in the Sierra Nevada. Some locations like Northstar, at 8,601 feet in elevation, have received eight feet of snow […]

More than 150 trucks caravan to Ottawa to protest carbon taxes, support pipelines

A 159-truck convoy left western Canada on Thursday to kick off a four-day, 2,500-mile caravan to the nation’s capital, Ottawa, with a plan to push for […]

Flashback Friday: CB radios are still truckin’

By Scott Mall Citizens band radios… remember them? While the popularity of CBs has declined dramatically since the era of disco and bell bottom jeans, a […]

Certain car haulers get reprieve from warning flag regs for overhanging loads

Car haulers driving stinger-steered car transporter equipment are no longer required to place warning flags on overhanging loads of new cars. The exemption was granted to […]

Daimler shows why a Level 2 autonomous safety package should be standard on all trucks

What happens when a truck driver becomes distracted and pulls his or her attention from the road, letting go of the steering wheel in the process? […]

Trucker recognized for helping save trapped motorist, dog after crash

A New Hampshire-based truck driver has been named a Highway Angel by the Truckload Carriers Association for rescuing a trapped motorist from a crushed vehicle just before the […]

Drivers hauling livestock, insects remain exempt from ELD compliance in budget deal

    The budget deal reached by lawmakers this week to thwart another government shutdown and to fund the government through the 2019 fiscal year includes a […]

Cell phone-based freight tracking is dead

As visibility into shipments become increasingly relevant, track and trace solutions now play a vital role in the transportation and logistics industries, helping fleets automate real-time […]