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    Interstate Carriers: What Do You Need?

    New interstate carriers have a lot to think about and hoops to jump through. It can be intimidating, even for experienced truckers, to navigate the regulations surrounding interstate operators. Luckily for you, you're in the right place! DOT Operating Authority has helped people like you get everything they need to transport interstate goods legally. Here's what you'll need to be an interstate carrier: A USDOT Number Hopefully, we don't have…

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    Daimler Concerned Over Theft Of CPC4 Modules
    If you want to be on the right side of history, learn how you can prevent theft of your CPC4 Modules before the same fate happens upon you!

    Daimler Concerned Over Theft Of CPC4 Modules

    Have you ever had something so precious just stolen from you, that it kinda ruined your whole world? If only for a little while? That type of thing happens all the time in the trucking industry. Your girlfriend breaks your heart. A cheerful stray dog at a truck stop goes missing. A fellow owner-operator decides to retire early because they want to explore Europe. All at once, everything, everywhere kinda…

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    Almost 80,000 Trucks Are Stopped From Operating In California

    Starting as early as January 1st, 2023, there's an estimation of about 76,000 owners, owning or operating trucks in California will needing to fess up to using a pre-2010 emissions-spec engine. Why is this the case? Because outdated tech cannot be useful when you're under the expectation of transporting loads and goods across the country between multiple locations. This is a tale as old as a decade. The California Air…

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    Autonomous Trucks: How Could They Handle Blowouts?
    When driving a standard semi-truck, you might know how to change the wheel in a blowout. But will a robotic truck know how to, too?

    Autonomous Trucks: How Could They Handle Blowouts?

    Don't you hate it when your tires blowout on the freeway? It's such a drag. But just imagine how much more difficult it must be when your truck isn't manual! Autonomous trucks may be the future, but it's not a very positive future if they can't handle the bare necessities of auto repair. Like fixing a blown-out tire. What's stopping autonomous trucks from overcoming humans? For starters, the statistics. According…

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    Gear Up for Truck Driving Competitions!
    Truckers around the country are getting ready for driving competitions!

    Gear Up for Truck Driving Competitions!

    After two years off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, driving competitions are back on the menu. The National Truck Driving and Step Van Driving Championships will be held from August 16–20 in Indianapolis, IN. The state level competitions are held throughout the first and second quarters of the year; only the winners of these advance to the national championship. The NTDC dates back to 1937 and aims to encourage driver…

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    Amazon Effect: What Is It And How Does It Affect Long Haul Trucking

    In case you haven't noticed, Amazon, Jeff Bezos' billion-dollar-making Internet marketplace, has for themselves made a proper name in the world of logistics. In specific, this has to do with the E-Commerce Giant's means of giving the industry a new set of rules. But will the "Amazon Effect" prove too heavy for long-haul trucking to bear? Who's to say? As more warehouses and distribution centers come into existence, over-the-road divisions…

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    Supply Chain Mayhem and the Port Impasse Drags Into 2023
    Supply Chain and Port Challenges

    Supply Chain Mayhem and the Port Impasse Drags Into 2023

    Supply chain disruption including port congestion is at an all-time high with the "tide turning" so to speak by 2023. “Actually, there are forecasts for a market correction. It has been ongoingly moving forward down the road,” said the online liner shipping solution tool, on Tuesday. “In fact, there is a mounting consensus which suggests that the present supply chain chaos will, in fact, last at the minimum throughout 2022.…

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    Jason’s Law Inspires Florida DOT’s Truck Parking Solution

    In 2009, a man shot and murdered a truck driver Jason Rivenburg to steal $7 in money. Since then, there has been an addition to the highway bill. Jason's Law will make room for safe parking for truck drivers along freeways. It's hopefully to be more than just a national priority-driven idea. It's to save other truck drivers the hassle of having to get better parking instead of having to…

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    Trucking Affected by Labor Shortage due to COVID-19

    COVID-19 hit the world like a whirlwind. A scenario like that is likely to occur. Truck drivers are always going to be prone to trouble. But something on this scale? Trucking is a stronghold that the world at large relies on heavily. The trucking industry is in need of more workers and employees. This whole thing is truly a revolutionary labor shortage. Many industries have been suffering from the suffering…

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    Clashing Priorities Face Large Fleets and Their Drivers

    Clashing priorities between large fleets and their drivers is a big concern. This is according to Rebecca Brewster, the president and CEO of the American Transportation Research Institute. According to Brewster, and the data, while fleets remain concerned about staffing challenges, the drivers are wondering how they'll pay their bills and whether or not they are going to have a safe place to sleep tonight.  Clashing Priorities Brought to Light…

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