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Re-evaluating transportation risks required

While collisions remain the number one risk in the transportation industry in terms of insurance claims, it’s actually been on the decline for several years now in the face...

Different angles on traffic issues

I write a great deal in this space about behavior behind the wheel and the impact of distracted driving on highway safety, but sometimes interesting new angles appear in...

ATA chief sees move to natural gas, better days ahead for trucking

Bill Graves, American Trucking Assns. president & CEO, is optimistic about the future of trucking and predicts that the increased use of natural gas as truck fuel will bring...

DAT Survey: Brokers moved 19% more loads, saw revenues jump 31% in 2011

Brokers’ gross profit per load rose 10.3% last year   By all measures queried in the just-released fifth annual Transcore DAT Broker Benchmark Survey, 2011 turned out to be a second...

Reality TV show seeks ‘American truckers’

Truckers interested in becoming reality TV stars while also earning some extra cash are being invited to apply to be cast in a new trucker reality television competition called...

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