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Farmers Exempt From Trucking Regulations

August 6, 2019

With truck drivers and the truck driving industry there are a number of rules and regulations drivers must adhere to. The Transportation Department enforces these regulations to make sure safety is the norm while operating these massive vehicles. Obviously, when people drive something this size an accident can be doubly devastating. Interestingly,... Read More

Steps to becoming a forklift operator

July 2, 2019

The logistics industry is big and booming. You may already know that there are many different areas of logistics. Whether you're an owner-operator or a trucker, you may still be unaware of other areas of the industry. Also, it helps to know about all the aspects of the supply chain. This includes warehouses. Specifically,... Read More

Spot Vans, Reefer Rates Coming Up

May 30, 2019

It looks like spot truckload freight volumes continued to increase during the week of May 26. Moreover, improving van and refrigerated load-to-truck ratios contributed to higher rates on major lanes. This data comes courtesy of DAT Solutions which controls the industry’s... Read More

Truckers Approve of New Digital Dashcam

April 24, 2019

Digital technology in the trucking world seems to be growing just as fast as it is any other industry. Now the rapid advances are being combined in new and interesting ways. Currently, tech companies are in a hurry to sell dashboard-mounted cameras as part of electronic logging devices. Silicon Valley tech firms insist this... Read More

Indiana Cops Notoriously Tough on Speeders

March 27, 2019

It’s well known within the trucking community that if you speed on Indiana highways, you will definitely get pulled over by a state trooper. For some reason, this seems more true in Indiana than other nearby st... Read More

Energy Around Electric Trucks Crackles

March 6, 2019

Medium-duty trucks seem on the verge of embracing a quick deployment of truck electrification projects. However, that progress has been delayed by a number of issues including infrastructure, weight problems, and range limitations. Consequently, these factors ... Read More

Creating Opportunities!

January 7, 2019

About 80 percent of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities do not have jobs. Most of these people would like to be employed, although, they can’t always get job opportunities. ... Read More

Risking Lives For Pets – Indianapolis Man Dies in Icy Pond

December 11, 2018

Dogs really are a man’s best friend. For many of us, there are no limits as to what we would do for our dogs and other pets. Unfortunately, this loving nature can have deadly consequences. There are several stories of people putting themselves in harm’s way in order to save an animal - essentially, risking lives for pet... Read More

3 Mind-Blowing Things to Do in Indianapolis: Don’t Miss Out!

November 12, 2018

When it comes to Indianapolis, the first thing that comes to our mind is the world-renowned Zoo. But there is much to see in Indianapolis.Even if you happen to visit Indianapolis for the second or eight trips, there are some local attractions that worth visiting all over again.If it sounds interesting to you, please go ahead and do... Read More

Here is Why Electric Scooters Have Invaded American Cities

August 29, 2018

The electric shooters that are famous at this moment, are easy to imagine. They are pretty simple and similar to the ordinary ones with a two-wheeled kick, like a Razor. The only difference is that a these have electric motors. That’s pretty much it. The key innovation with the latest type of scooters is the rental business which is taking highs... Read More

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