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Jul
26

So you are looking to apply for your trucking authority? It doesn’t matter if you a rookie driver, or you are an experienced driver you will still need to apply for a trucking authority […]

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    It’s Getting Harder to Get Reliable Truckers – How to Improve Your Chances of Hiring Good Drivers

Jul
19

Being a Fleet Manager is hard enough without having to worry about unreliable truckers and employees. As a result, here we offer you some tips for improving your chances of hiring good drivers.
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    8 Maintenance Struggles Only Refrigerated Truck Drivers Understand

Jul
12

Driving a refrigerated truck naturally puts you under pressure, as you’re solely responsible for perishable produce which is located in the back of your refrigerated truck. If your refrigerator stops working, you could end […]

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    10 Things Produce Retailers Can Improve In Their Logistics Systems to Achieve Better Profitability

Jul
5

Produce retailers have a lot of things to consider in their logistics systems, especially given the time-sensitive nature of most of their goods. Although there is no one-size-fits-all solution for increased profitability, here we […]

Jun
28

Driving in the US is arguably much easier than it is in other countries, with American drivers finding the small roads and manual transmissions in regions like Europe rather daunting. However, despite the open […]

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    What to Do When The Thermometer In Your Refrigerated Truck Stops Working

Jun
21

The thermometer in your refrigerated truck is undoubtedly one of the most critical aspects of any refrigerated truck, as it allows you to ensure that your produce is at the correct temperature, which allows […]

Jun
14

Because self-employed truck drivers incur a considerable amount of business expenses, the IRS has several tax deductions in place for self-employed drivers, allowing them to reduce their tax liability by a significant amount. Here […]

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    4 Must-Do Things for Refrigerated Truckers Preparing for The Summer Season

Jun
7

As a refrigerated produce transportation carrier, you are responsible for the transportation and condition of perishable food items which need to kept at certain temperature levels in order to maintain their freshness and remain […]

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    How to Prepare for 2018 International Roadcheck if You Still Maintain Paper Logs Under an Exemption

Jun
1

The CVSA (Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance) International Roadcheck is set to take place on June 5-7 of 2018. During these specified 72 hours, there will be inspections carried out across North America as motor […]

May
31

Short for Compliance, Safety, Accountability—CSA Scores are the primary means in which the FMCSA identifies high-risk motor carriers. Scores are compiled by gathering data from roadside inspections, crash reports, investigation results and registration details. […]