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CCJ Daily Dispatch, Sept. 18: Baylor Trucking ups team driver pay to 75 cents per mile

Baylor Trucking announced a 75 cents-per-mile pay rate for team drivers as the company celebrates its 75th anniversary. FMCSA granted a waiver to allow the Bosch Commercial Vehicle Digital Mirror System to be used on trucks in the U.S. in place of standard mirrors....

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Commentary: Tips for preparing drivers for roadside inspections

One of the most important things you can do to ensure a smooth interaction during a roadside inspection is to have a good preventive maintenance program....

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Electric vehicles charging the value equation of fleet telematics

As the uptake of EVs continues to grow, telematics providers will be developing new features to monitor data points specific to EVs as well as to optimize route plans based on vehicle range and operating conditions....

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CCJ Daily Dispatch, Sept. 17: HOS reforms on the verge of taking effect, groups sue to halt them

With less than two weeks to go until an overhauled hours of service rule takes effect, a band of usual suspects has sued the U.S. DOT seeking to derail the new regs. Daimler Trucks introduced a hydrogen fuel-cell prototype, the Mercedes-Benz GenH2, at an event in Germany on Wednesday....

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TRP's hydraulic shocks

TRPs Hydraulic Shocks are designed with added durability for all types of suspensions and are engineered for performance and as a direct replacement for original equipment shocks in Class 6-8 truck and trailer applications. The companys internal valve technology helps provide a high-quality ride while reducing wear and tear on other suspension and vehicle parts. […]...

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Daimler to pay $1.5 billion settlement in diesel emission cheat

The U.S. Department of Justice, EPA, and CARB agreed to a $1.5 billion settlement to be paid by Daimler, resolving alleged violations of the Clean Air Act and California law associated with emissions cheating. FMCSA suspends hours regs for Hurricane Sally emergency relief haulers along Gulf Coast....

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How freight visibility shifted from check calls' to robust mapping platforms with ETAs

Freight visibility provider FourKites hosted an online event that showcased new technology for a connected supply chain. ...

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