tombstone Apr 05

How Life is Like a Truck- Part 4

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By: Tom Wolff I found myself northbound in the left lane of I-75 in Cincinnati Ohio one rainy morning during the rush hour. A southbound car in the left lane […]

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interstate Apr 05

Do you know your highway system?

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By: Ellen Voie Warmer seasons bring orange cones and construction signs to our nation’s highways. Although these barriers might be frustrating, they are needed to maintain the nearly 50,000 miles […]

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gear shift on truck Mar 06

How Life is Like a Truck – Part 3

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By: Tom Wolff The trucks I drove over the years had a variety of transmissions. Typically, they would have either eight, ten, or thirteen forward speeds. The grain truck I […]

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Trucker giving a dispatch call Feb 05

Divine Dispatch

By: Paul Marhoefer I’ve been working for the trucking outfit I’m with for twelve years. We don’t have the fastest trucks on the road, but you don’t have to worry […]

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Speedometer in truck Feb 05

How Life Is Like A Truck – Part 2

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By: Tom Wolff As we continue to talk about our engine (chapter 3 from last month’s issue), it is helpful to think further about how we protect it. The truck […]

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National Truck Driver Appreciation Week logo and truck driver Sep 10

Why Truck Drivers Are So Essential to Our Lives

Every year, we set aside a special week to celebrate and appreciate the tireless efforts of the unsung heroes who keep America moving—truck drivers. National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, lasting […]

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