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TD86: Guest Post: Benefits Of Semi Truck Weight Compliance. By Noble McIntyre

Hello, one and all. First, a quick update on the status of the new Web site. Things are coming along slowly, but surely. I recently fixed a major problem I’ve been having; so that’s good. But I’m still missing a major component, so you’re gonna have to control your giddiness. I’m sure you’ll manage somehow. Still,…

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TD56: Funkin’ Truckin’

If you’re here looking for a happy-go-lucky attitude, perhaps you should see if Elmo has started writing a blog over at Sesame Street. As long as he’s not doing an audio blog, you should be able to visit without causing any permanent hearing damage. What you’re going to get here is what I call a…

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TD54: Truckers Get Lost: The Do’s And Don’ts Of Giving Directions

Truck drivers disagree on lots of things; like whether bathing is necessary or not. But they also agree on many things. For example, no driver will argue when I say that the driving directions our companies provide stink worse than fresh tequila vomit. The average trucker will drive 120,000 miles per year, so you’d think…

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TD41: Trucking In The Northeast

I’ve been needling the west coast for quite a while now. First, there was my blog post about Oregonians called “Too Stupid to Fuel?” Then, on Twitter I’ve been bashing California and Oregon for their ridiculous 55 mph truck speed limits. Washington state isn’t much  better at 60 mph. Now let me aim my shotgun…

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TD28: Please, Oh Please, Give Me The Bypass!

Have you ever seen a long line of trucks pulling off the interstate and wondered what was going on? Either they’re heading into a weigh station, or there’s a car load of spring break bound college girls that have a flat tire. Either way, it’s the law to stop…isn’t it? Weigh stations are set up by…

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