Jami JonesManaging Editor
Jami has been in journalism since 1991. Focused on the trucking industry since 2000, she’s been covering trucking as long as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has been around. Nearing on two decades of trucking journalism experience, she’s been around the block on key issues in trucking with a history lesson on why we’re where we are for anyone who will listen. But, no matter whether she’s judging Shell SuperRigs or writing hard-hitting analyses, she directs the editorial content for Land Line Magazine from lug nuts to legislation – always with the trucker in mind.
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What Jami Has Been Working On
There’s such a thing as too much pressure, and we may be at a tipping point when it comes to truck driver retention and turnover.
In her editor’s page, Jami Jones highlights the multiple ways truckers are mistakenly targeted for more fees to jacking up insurance rates.
The American Trucking Associations has successfully convinced masses that there is a driver shortage, a perfect example of the illusory truth effect.