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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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    Love’s Travel Stops Asks Drivers To Snag A Meal During ‘Truckersgiving’

    Love's Travel Stops have the Thanksgiving spirit within them. This is in specific is a reference to the fact that Thanksgiving is for some a very lonely time. Especially for truck drivers. I mean, just think about it. You have to transport cargo all across the United States at the base of the heaviest time of year for consumers... And you don't even get to see your family in the…

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    Pilot, The Truck Stop Retailer, Says Veterans Will Get Free Meals

    Pilot is being the coolest truck stop retailer these days. They're doing the absolute most they can by offering any drivers that happen to be active duty or former military members a free meal. This is all in honor of Veterans Day. In addition to that, the Pilot Company has made it known that this will be an active offer at more than 750 participating United States travel center locations…

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    Hurricane Season Is A Worthwhile Time To Prepare For Disaster

    A good manner to label the hurricanes of 2020 in the Atlantic? Unstoppable. In that year alone, there were 31 tropical storms and 17 hurricanes. While seven of those disasters being major. And if you see any major winds on the road as a trucker? Then you definitely need to be safe. Hurricane Laura is a CAT-4 which barely hit a CAT-5. Laura was so strong, it hit about 150…

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    Western Star is Debuting a New, Lighter X-Series Model

    Western Star is overhauling its vocational line. This week, it did continue with the debut of the all-new 47X. Western Star 47X has Major Flexibility The 47X is going to use the Western Star 4700, with a standard 111.6" bumper-to-back-of Cab (BBC). Moreover, it is going to do so by adding major flexibility. In fact, the 4700 is going to be available on the 110" BBC. Yet it is available…

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    The Freightliner Cascadia Designed for Waymo Driver

    The first Freightliner Cascadia trucks have been receiving by Waymo Via its engineering team. It was developing precisely for its autonomous-tech Waymo Driver. Freightliner Cascadia has Been in the Works Waymo and Daimler Trucks North America announced they would work together last fall. The purpose was to build a redundant L4 Freightliner Cascadia built for level-4 autonomous readiness. In fact, this is a critical step toward the commercialization and the…

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    Autonomous Trucking Is Likely For The Future Of America

    Alphabet is a tech company that owns Waymo. And if you haven't already known before, you can tell that they are opening an autonomous-friendly facility. It is that which will accommodate many trucks at once. Waymo is planning on growing presence along many major interstates as they spread the Autonomous trucks throughout the area. There are already so many carrier partners that are using the space for new technology. Meanwhile…

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    Self-Driving Trucks Not Putting Drivers Out Of Work For Good Reason

    There's supposed to be some big revolution happening on the part of the tech companies for trucking. That crazy amount of money is going to be contributed to the thousands upon thousands of new patents that have been filed past the last five years. Meanwhile, manned machins still have a stronghold on the future. However, a study from Patent Forecast shows that while there was competition and innovation coming in…

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