Daily Archive: February 28, 2019

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Hazmat Drivers Must Comply With Rules

Last year there were about 3,500 hazardous materials (hazmat) ground transportation incidents, records show. More than 3,100 of these incidents happened during highway transportation, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials…

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Trucks Winning Back Freight From Rail

Last year rail intermodel took away loads from over-the-road trucking, but now the pendulum is swinging back the other direction. Diesel prices are dropping, which makes dry van transportation more attractive and reduces the cost…

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Daimler Targets Automated Driving

Daimler Trucks plans to focus its attention on automated driving, and as a result plans to pause testing of truck platooning, the company announced at the recent 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas…

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Profits Await Vacuum Truck Operators

The U.S oil-field industry is growing due to global pressures to produce more oil and petroleum products. Like in years past, the driving force for on-shore expansion will be fracking technology. For operators of vacuum…

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