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Emergency Freight: What Harvey Tells Us About Irma

Less than ten days after Hurricane Harvey, trucks were already moving freight out of Houston, with almost the same volume as before the storm. That doesn’t mean nothing has changed. Harvey hit [...]

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I Just Started Using an ELD – Here Are the Pros and Cons so Far

Chad Boblett is the owner and driver of Boblett Brothers Trucking of Lexington, KY. Chad also founded the Rate Per Mile Masters group on Facebook, a communications hub for more than 13,000 [...]

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One Way Carriers Can Protect Their Driving Time

Do pilots ever start flying without knowing where they will land? No, and drivers should not drive without a detailed, mapped-out plan of where they are going and knowing if they have the time to [...]

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Flexibility of Paper Logs Doesn’t Transfer to ELDs

There’s no regulation that even mentions logbook flexibility, but every driver who has ever used paper logs understands what that means. Years ago, way before ELDs, the biggest fleets were [...]

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What Does Tesla’s Automated Truck Mean for Truckers?

Elon Musk rolled out Tesla‘s biggest gizmo yet: a fully electric semitruck. The Semi can go a whopping 500 miles between charges, hauling 80,000 pounds along the way. And it can sorta, kinda [...]