Tuesday, January 16, 2018
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Woman joins husband to ‘read the map’; now she’s 15-year veteran of driving OTR

Woman joins husband to ‘read the map’; now she’s 15-year veteran of driving OTR

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Yvonne McKlveen, 44, never wanted to be a truck driver. “I played with dolls and wanted to be a florist,” she said.

Toxins assault our bodies daily; try fasting one day a week

Toxins assault our bodies daily; try fasting one day a week

As time goes on, not a day goes by that we don’t hear another statistic or new term related to the increases of poor health and the costs of our illnesses. It’s absolutely mind boggling that those numbers just continue to increase even with all the available information, products, books, diets, drugs and exercise programs. Still — we manage to get sicker and sicker — so much so that last year almost 3 billion prescriptions were written in an effort to help us get well.

Money Matters: Financing your equipment

Money Matters: Financing your equipment

You are ready to acquire a tractor, trailer, or an entire rig. It might be your first purchase or your tenth. Either way, you will most likely need financing.

Dad helped son learn trucking business, now son helps brother

Dad helped son learn trucking business, now son helps brother

Henry file How long driving: 16 years Owner-operator leased to Phil Walker Trucking Hauls: Flatbed, step deck Route: All over the U.S. Drives: 1999 Peterbilt Birthday: July 9, 1973

Carriers under microscope under CSA 2010

Carriers under microscope under CSA 2010

Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part story.

Covenant fights fiction with fact, finds the numbers speak louder than words

Covenant fights fiction with fact, finds the numbers speak louder than words

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Like many other motor carriers during the recent recession, Covenant Transport found itself on the wrong side of the financial ledger.

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