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As the most widely read trucking industry newspaper, this product specifically targets truck drivers, which is printed and distributed to truck stops and travel centers nationwide, and to its subscription-based readers. The Trucker is published and delivered twice a month.
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In the Jan. 15 edition of The Trucker
, you'll read about how truck drivers helped others who were stranded when I-95 in Virginia was shut down during inclement weather. In the U.S., January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month. See our stories on Pages 4 and 19 to find out how the trucking community can help. In the business section, we take a look at tonnage for November. Thinking of buying a truck for your company? Make sure you pick the best engine for your needs; see story on Page 14. As always, the folks here at The Trucker
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In the Dec. 15 edition of The Trucker
, you'll find news about the growth of jobs in the transportation and logistics industry on Page 1, along with possible answers to drivers' questions about COVID-19 vaccine mandates on Page 3. On Page 13, we break down tonnage data for October, and Page 14 offers end-of-year tax tips. Can zero emissions be achieved without using electric battery-powered trucks? Find out on Page 17. And, of course, we've also got inspiring stories about drivers — take a look at Page 10 and Page 19. Click here for more issues of The Trucker Newspaper ...
, cybersecurity remains a hot topic across the world and in the trucking industry. We have full details in our top story. Also on Page 1, read about an ongoing lawsuit that claims a trucker's noise-cancelling headphones contributed to a 2020 fatal crash. On Page 3, read about dozens of migrants who were trapped inside a refrigerated trailer until authorities freed them. Important information is detailed on Page 4 about the end of 3G mobile internet service. Look to Page 6 to read about a hero bus driver who ...Read More
On Page 1 of the Nov. 15 edition of
On Page 1 of the Nov. 1 edition of The Trucker
, find out how a few "weak links" brought the world's supply chain to its knees. Inside, a federal court in Ohio ruled that holding a CDL does not necessarily hold a driver to a higher standard of performance, and recent drafts of the infrastructure bill still make no provisions for truck parking. Even off the road, a trucker's job poses risks. Find out how to avoid injuries while unloading your trailer on Page 14. This edition's At the Truck Stop features Melissa Bencivengo-Ahorrio, a tanker hauler for Carbon Express ...Read More
In the October 1 edition of The Trucker
, truckers are left "circling the lot" after the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure marks up the infrastructure bill — omitting considerations for truck parking. Also, a Florida jury delivers a landmark $1 billion nuclear verdict against two carriers. This edition's At the Truck Stop shares the story of an Arkansas trucker's mission to find and restore his father's Peterbiltm and a California high school teacher/truck driver works to prepare a new generation of drivers for the trucking industry. Click here for more issues of The Trucker Newspaper online.
In the September 15 edition of The Trucker
, we take a look at the future of long-range zero-emission vehicles in the trucking industry, and California’s first electric truck stop is in the works. Hurricane Ida made headlines as it left a swath of destruction through Louisiana and caused floods, storms and tornadoes along in many other states. In business, freight may be scarce at times because of product shortages, but analysts say drivers lucky enough to snag loads will be paid well. In addition, you’ll find out how trucking steered a troubled youth to the “straight and narrow,” and get ...Read More
In the September 1 edition of The Trucker
, trucking organizations react to the Senate's passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill, and charges are filed against an Indiana man after a kidnapping ends in a crash with a semi. Check out Rythym of the Road with Kris Rutherford for a musical history of truckers and speeding. At the Truck Stop features team drivers Jill and Dean Coulter, who discovered a career in trucking when they needed a little extra income. A shortage of parts continues to plague tractor and trailer manufacturers, and this edition's Safety Series offers tips to help drivers ...Read More