Opinion
Opinion, Business

Opinion: Trucking Is Up to the Challenge!

The most important near-term component of our campaign to retain the current hours of service rules is industry involvement.

February 4, 2011
Opinion, Business, Equipment

Opinion: Truck Maintenance Tips: The Top 11 for 2011

Let’s face it; nobody likes to make the same mistake twice. Maintenance professionals in particular always should be looking for procedures that have prevented downtime and failures in the past.

January 28, 2011
Opinion, Business

Opinion: Driver Dock Detention Costs All

Anne Ferro, administrator for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, recently addressed members of the National Industrial Transportation League about an issue that’s become all too common industrywide — driver detention at the docks.

January 20, 2011
Opinion, Safety

Opinion: Enlarging the ‘Circle of Safety’

Safety is contagious — it benefits everyone. By sponsoring the national championships, American Trucking Associations gives thousands of drivers the opportunity to show the nation how safe truck drivers can be on the road.

January 11, 2011
Opinion, Business, Equipment

Opinion: Late Fees and Supply Chain Integrity

Appointment scheduling is common in today’s transportation industry. It allows for the orderly receipt of shipments, reduces waiting time and increases routing and operations productivity. When all goes according to plan, the supply chain flows with optimal efficiency.

January 7, 2011
Opinion, Business, Safety

Opinion: The First 24 Hours After an Accident

Any commercial carrier accident involving personal injury or property damage has lawsuit potential, and the public is usually quick to blame the truck driver.

April 29, 2010

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