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    Truck driving after the military with Carter Express

    What comes next after military life? Like many veterans, Justin Green wasn’t sure what the future held for his career. He drove a fighting vehicle for the U.S. Army for several years and was stationed in Fort Hood in Texas and later Vilseck, Germany.   “I spent about 10 years after the Army doing all […] More

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    Montgomery Transport Introduces Hands-Free Approach With Electronic Bill of Lading

     As part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Montgomery Transport formally introduced an electronic bill of lading (eBOL) format with several of its top customers. This initiative is helping to keep their drivers and customers compliant with social distancing recommendations while reducing unnecessary exposure. “I could not be more excited to have the best […] More

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    Shooter Fires Shots at Semi Truck in Kansas

    A semi-truck in Kansas City, Kansas was fired at 10 times by a shooter in a passenger vehicle this week. The incident occurred as the truck had just exited I-70 onto James Street according to local news outlet KCTV5. The tractor had a camera and detectives are reviewing the footage as part of their investigation. […] More

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    Driver Appreciation Week 2020 Could Be Best Yet for Truck Drivers

    In a year where #ThankATrucker has outweighed millions of hashtags across the Internet, truck drivers can be confident this year’s National Truck Driver Appreciation Week should be one to remember.  After the industry has lost over 88,000 truck driver jobs in 2020 due to COVID-19 and the pandemic’s economic impact, drivers are ready for some […] More

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    Hauling Meth Through Texas: Not A Good Idea

     Federal agents checking for shipments of cobblestones and auto equipment from Mexico this week discovered more than $18 million in methamphetamine in busts near Laredo, Texas.  According to port authorities, the upsurge of drug trafficking has become a serious international heath and security threat. Since July 15, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents have […] More

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    Four-wheeler doesn’t notice stopped semi on shoulder, leads to fatal crash

    SANTA CLARITA, CA. – A child and three adults died in a firey crash Thursday night. The incident involved a semi truck parked on the side of highway 5, and an SUV. According to California Highway Patrol, the accident took place just after 7:30 p.m. on the northbound 5 Freeway at Calgrove Boulevard, just north […] More

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