Wednesday, January 17, 2018
The Nation
TCA names Stagecoach Cartage & Distribution driver, Adrian Parada, as Highway Angel

TCA names Stagecoach Cartage & Distribution driver, Adrian Parada, as Highway Angel

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Truckload Carriers Association has named Adrian Parada, a driver for Stagecoach Cartage & Distribution, a Roadrunner Transportation Systems company, as a Highway Angel for his life-saving assistance to a pickup driver whose vehicle caught on fire.

Mack Trucks introduces all-new Mack Anthem

Mack Trucks introduces all-new Mack Anthem

ALLENTOWN, Pa. — Mack Trucks today introduced its new, muscular, technically-savvy truck built for drivers, the Mack Anthem.

Freightliner Trucks names Detroit as next ‘Hardest Working Cities’ recipient

Freightliner Trucks names Detroit as next ‘Hardest Working Cities’ recipient

PORTLAND, Ore. — Freightliner Trucks has selected Detroit as the next city to be honored as a Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities award recipient.

Ajay Toor of Surrey, Canada, named Highway Angel for helping injured truck driver

Ajay Toor of Surrey, Canada, named Highway Angel for helping injured truck driver

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Ajay Toor, of Surrey, Canada, a professional truck driver for Bison Transport of Winnipeg, Manitoba, has been named a Highway Angel by the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA). He is being recognized for assisting a fellow truck driver who was hit by a passing vehicle.

Trucker appreciation event at Galloway Exit, North Little Rock, Ark., is family kind of day

Trucker appreciation event at Galloway Exit, North Little Rock, Ark., is family kind of day

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — It was a husband-and-wife, father-and-daughter, family kind of day Wednesday at the Idella M. Hansen North Little Rock Stopping Center at the Galloway Exit (161) as the Arkansas Trucking Association gave out free hot meals and cold drinks to show professional drivers some love.

ATA's Spear: Bring trucking to the table  in autonomous vehicle discussion

ATA's Spear: Bring trucking to the table in autonomous vehicle discussion

ARLINGTON, Va. — American Trucking Associations President and CEO Chris Spear testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation Wednesday about the importance of including commercial vehicles in the discussion around automated vehicles and urged the federal government not to stifle innovation around the technology.

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