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26
May

What the ELD Mandate Means for Your Fleet

In December 2015, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) set forth a new rule that would require all commercial […]
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18
May

How to Choose a Trailer: Aluminum vs. Steel

When you or your fleet need to haul heavy payloads, your trailer must be durable enough to handle whatever comes […]
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17
Apr

How to Choose Between Buying vs. Renting a Trailer

When you’re in the market for a new commercial trailer, you have many options: dry vans, dumps, lowboys, reefers, flatbeds, […]
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18
Feb

What Do Self-Driving Trucks Mean for the Trucking Industry?

The car, truck, and transportation industry are approaching new horizons as we head into a new decade: automated vehicles (AVs), […]
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11
Feb

How to Develop an Effective Fleet Asset Management Plan

Managing a fleet of vehicles is no easy task, and even if your fleet consists of only a few vehicles […]
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29
Jan

Truckers Guide to Driving in the Snow

Truck driving can be hazardous in all weather conditions, but winter truck driving presents unique challenges that can make it […]
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27
Jan

Best Practices for Proper Reefer Loading

Reefer shipments are a major part of the freight and logistics industry because of their ability to maintain temperature-controlled environments. […]
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20
Jan

What You Need to Know About DOT Tire Regulations

Truck maintenance is extremely important, not just to comply with federal regulations, but to stay safe on the road. The […]
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13
Jan

8 Steps to Unhook a Gooseneck Trailer

If you own or operate a heavy-duty trailer, knowing how to unhook a gooseneck trailer is an essential skill. Failure […]
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30
Dec

Everything You Need to Know About Semitrailer Length Laws by State

To the average person, semitrailers are highway behemoths that you wouldn’t want to find yourself driving next to. To kids, […]
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16
Dec

How to Check Your Company’s CSA Score

As a motor carrier, trailer company, owner/operator, or driver, it’s important to know what a company’s Compliance, Safety, and Accountability […]
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09
Dec

When to Use LTL vs. FTL Freight

Budget, type of shipment, speed, efficiency–these are all things to consider when choosing between LTL and FTL freight shipping. In […]
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