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Exploit the Driver Shortage!

The trucker market is at an all-time-high. Due to truckers’ increased demand, there is time to capitalize on the industry. Thus, independent owner-operators can reap the benefits. Along with new technology, being a trucker now means more flexibility, control and access of loads. As the industry keeps climbing, truckers climb with it. Due to the trucking shortage, drivers are being offered contracts or increased pay to entice and keep drivers…

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What’s new with Rivian?

CEO and founder of Rivian, RJ Scaringe, has big plans for the EV start-up company. The company’s first vehicles were introduced at the LA Auto Show last month. The vehicles were the all-electric pickup truck, as well as the seven-seater SUV. These are known as the R1T and R1S. At that time, Scaringe made some big announcements about future plans. Some of this includes new battery technology. He also hinted…

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Preventing Trucking Accidents – New & Experienced Drivers

A Dangerous Profession Big rig driving has been called one of the ten most dangerous professions in America today. With the dangers on the roads (even for drivers of other vehicles), this isn’t much of a surprise! Therefore, accident prevention and truck driving safety is a big concern in the industry. It is important to always be aware and alert and to do as much as possible to prevent accidents.…

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Why Manufacturers Spend Millions of Dollars on Concept Cars?

Have you ever heard of concept cars? Here is the main purpose of ‘’concept cars’’. Concept cars, also known as show vehicle, are made to display new styling and new technology, or both at the same time. These great looking concept cars have futuristic look. A lot of people wonder why manufacturers spend millions of dollars to develop them. The thing is that concept cars are never going to make…

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California is Number One in an Electric Vehicle Future

  Countries all around the world are currently looking ways to speed adoption of electric cars. while California has already accomplished its difficult task.   California Air Board Chairwoman Mary Nichols at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco last week once again highlighted the importance of the increasing the number of electric vehicles on the roads.   Nichols mentioned that reducing emissions from transportation will be the most…

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Who Are The Worst Drivers in USA? Los Angeles Drivers Ranked At 194 Out of 200
View of the Delaware Expressway from the Ben Franklin Bridge Walkway in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Who Are The Worst Drivers in USA? Los Angeles Drivers Ranked At 194 Out of 200

All State has released statistical proof of just how bad the drivers in  L.A. are and how good other places are by comparison. It happened just in time for Labor Day.   We might think the driving in L.A. is bad, but not as bad as in Baltimore. The worst drivers according to the statistic is Baltimore.   Out of 200 on a list, it ranks 200. Even though Los…

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FMCSA Director Ray Martinez Talking about Service Regulations in Coming Months

Administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Ray Martinez says he hopes to kick of dialogue on pulling hours of service regulations in the coming months. Also, allowing greater flexibility for drivers to split their 10-hour off-duty period into segments.   In an exclusive interview with Martinez was astonishing as he talked hours of services, the industry's transition to electronic logging devices. Also, about the nature of detention time and how…

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Q&A About Trucker Shortage Problem Simmering in the US

Over the years of the shortage of truck drivers simmering in the U.S., it has reached a full boil. And it is causing anxiety starting from small factories to the Federal Reserve. A respond came from the trucking companies while raising wages and boosting their hauling fees. Their customers then must choose between smaller profits or pass along the higher costs, which fuels inflation. If you think the problem will…

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Trader Joe’s Shooting in Silver Lake Lead to Death of an Employee

Over the weekend, there was a shooting that happened in a Trader Joe’s store which resulted in the death of a 27-year-old woman.   A family member of the suspect told police that the shooting was caused by frustration that had been building up for weeks.   The suspect, Gene Evin Atkins, had been arguing with his grandmother on and off for the past 2 to 3 weeks. His grandmother…

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State Trucking Companies Sue Rhode Island for Truck-Only Toll System

The state of Rhode Island being sued by trucking interests for its recently enacted unconstitutional truck-only toll system.   The suit filed in federal court by the American Trucking Associations, along with carriers Cumberland Farms Inc., M&M Transport Services Inc., and New England Motor Freight Tuesday. They claim the RhodeWorks tolls discriminate against interstate trucking companies and delays the flow of interstate commerce.   The 4 parties argue the plan…

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