The FMCSA Issues Another Extension For COVID-19 Relief Supplies

February 16, 2021

They've done it yet again! The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (or the FMCSA) has decidedly been able to issue just another length of the emergency declaration. Yes! They have! This is in response to COVID-19. This is them providing regulatory relief towards truckers who are brave enough to haul COVID-19 relief .... Read More

Owner-Operators Intrigued By Health-Share Plans As Alternative

January 26, 2021

Healthcare on an affordable and abundant basis may be more quickly available for owner-operators than previously thought. The Affordable Care Act, as it stands, reduces the health insurance costs. These costs have been bearing over since the last decade. Small fleet employers have had a genuine interest in providing health .... Read More

Supply Chain Changes Can Improve The Final Mile

January 7, 2021

The Supply Chain is in need of an update. Not that there has been anything particularly calamatious occurring as of recent. Just that there needs to be a betterment when it comes to the final mile. You might not know what that is, but for many in the logistics industry, the final mile is one ofthe most important sectors of .... Read More

Pretty Cool Peterbilt! Why The 337 Dominates The Competition!

December 11, 2020

Peterbilt is a reliable brand. Their trucks have been a stalemate of society for more than 70 years and have expanded ever so neatly throughout the entire United States. That said, it's without question that one of their most revolutionary models is the Peterbilt 337. The 337 is one of a kind with all-wheel drive, a single- .... Read More

GWM R1: An Ode To Chinese Electric Vehicles… Especially This One.

November 18, 2020

This make and model so cute and novel can be packed with either a 33 kilowatt battery pack or a lower and even more adorable 28.5. Either way, this car's been on our minds. It seems to have entered the year of 2020 with as much ambition as we had to begin with. We were hoping that in spite of Kobe Bryant dying, things would .... Read More

Polestar Recalls Latest Electric Vehicle Because Of Inverters

October 30, 2020

This company has to recall over 4,600 units because of faulty inverters. Polestar has made mentionbefore that all of the customers involved will be notified as of Novermber 2nd. Furthermore, it's on electric vehicles that the compan is happy with. Spun from Volvo Car Group, Polestar has seemingly given praise to incredible .... Read More

Vision Zero: A Likely Answer For All Of Trucking To Look To

October 13, 2020

“It can never be ethically acceptable that people are killed or seriously injured,” reads the creedo of Vision Zero. Since 1995, this prophecy has been a goal for all players in trucking. On the road, this has encouraged developers to invest in safer technology as well as designing trucks. Even though today’s models .... Read More

NHTSA proposes the number of young children in rear-facing car seats.

September 24, 2020

The NHTSA is proposing a recommendation that all children 26.5 pounds or less to transport in rear-facing seats. Rather, than the existing recommendation for children that are 20 pounds or less. The U.S. auto safety regulators said it is much safer for them to be rear-facing than forward-facing in a crash. Because protectin .... Read More

Compact EVs: THe New Yorkers Choice

September 2, 2020

Compact EVs are becoming a hot take in many areas of the US. For those who live in rural areas, having a bigger and longer-lasting battery is a prominent feature to look for, others do not require the need. For many auto makers, they are scaling back on how they can provi .... Read More

Hyundai Races To Beat Tesla On Home Turf

July 29, 2020

Hyundai is one of the world's largest auto manufacturers. With their goals to move forward with electric vehicles now coming true, the automaker is making headway. Unfortunately, this comes at a time when Tesla is quickly surging ahead. Annual reports are coming out in K .... Read More

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