What does USDOT’s Automated Vehicles 3.0 mean for trucking?
Professor predicts grim future for drivers
Steve Viscelli, a professor of sociology at the University of Pennsylvania and author of “The Big Rig, Trucking and the Decline of the American Dream,”
By John Bendel | November 2018
Professor spent six months as a trucker
A Pennsylvania professor was fascinated by trucks and truckers growing up in Rome, N.Y. With his father running a scale, Steve saw many trucks growing up.
By Land Line Staff | November 2018
Mafia Secrets – Advice from the Boss Man
It wasn’t much to write home about when The Barons Inc. co-owner J.R. Schleuger from Britt, Iowa, bought it back in June 2014.
By Bryan "Boss Man" Martin | November 2018
Best of both worlds?
Original equipment manufacturers like Paccar and Daimler tout the benefits of AMT transmission over strictly manual transmissions
By Greg Grisolano | November 2018
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