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Listed below are most popular news stories about trucking industry.

7 Things You Say That Kill Your Credibility

Credibility is like a currency that never appreciates. If people think you’re credible, they’ll listen to you. They’ll rely upon you. They’ll follow you. But if you do or say something that hurts your credibility, no amount of data or evidence can vindicate you in any short period of time.

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New $908 Billion Bipartisan Stimulus Proposal Released Today—Here’s What’s In It

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Government’s road investment pledge “billions short of what’s needed”

Government’s road investment pledge “billions short of what’s needed”

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Classify truck drivers properly, or face the consequences

Some trucking companies use a business model that has come to be known as “Driver Inc.” to classify their truck drivers as “independent contractors” when they are actually employees.

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Preparing your shop to service electric trucks

As the buzz about electric trucks continues to build, early adopters are rethinking their shop tooling, configurations, and technician training requirements to accommodate such vehicles.

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Prepare your telematics as 2G/3G cell networks ride into the sunset

Sunsets are beautiful — unless you’re talking about the sunset of a cellular network you’re unprepared for. You’ve probably heard about 5G. This fifth generation of cellular services promises faster data connectivity and less lag time, not only for your smartphone, but for all kinds of connected devices — including the electronic logging devices and other internet-of-things devices used by trucking fleets.

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Precision Specialized to tackle most challenging oversize load yet

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Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate Gets More Good News

The biotech company Moderna released new data Monday morning that strengthens the case for its COVID-19 vaccine.

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Long Haul Trucking Means Better Prices For Consumers, But Drivers Suffer Low Wages

Lower costs for trucking mean savings at the cash register for consumers. But it may also be why some truckers are being paid less and less.

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Post-COVID economy's potential hinges on next few weeks

Just as major drug manufacturers announced recent successes in developing a coronavirus vaccine, the reopening rebound of the COVID-19 recession is coming to an end. This is creating some uncertainty for the winter months.

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