The trucking industry has a lot planned for the new year. These industry events range from truck shows like the Great American Trucking Show in August to National Wreaths Across America Day in December, and everything in-between. The list below takes a month-by-month look at some upcoming industry happenings.
Wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Years!
Cheers to 2016!!
Mother nature seems to always keep us on our toes, but we want everyone to be one step ahead of her! Please see this fantastic overview of what is to be expected today across the US.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A northern Arizona highway that is the primary route between the Grand Canyon and Flagstaff remains closed because of a wildfire. A five-mile stretch of US 180 north of Flagstaff was closed to traffic Sunday due to smoke and fire-fighting activity.
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises motorists traveling south from the Grand Canyon to take State Route 64 to Interstate 40. From there, drivers going to Flagstaff or Interstate 17 should head east. Please everyone Travel safe this holiday season.
Truck Lenders USA Wants everyone to arrive to their destination with their cargo, meaning a van of kids, or crates of goods safely. Lets make it a thankful week!
The ATA is looking out for our fellow truckers this season by giving tips and heeding warning to drivers this Thanksgiving season to give space and respect to those truckers on the road. These trucks we might add, may be delivering your turkey this season so lets ensure both arrive safely.
The American Trucking Associations is asking the estimated 46.3 million motorists that are expected to take to the highways this Thanksgiving to drive safely and follow several simple tips in order to keep this a safe and joyous holiday season.
“The only turkeys we want to see are on the table, not on the highway,” said Share the Road Professional Driver, Byron Bramwell with YRC Freight. “The roads will be especially busy with people visiting family for Thanksgiving or starting their holiday shopping. Leave yourself a little extra time and space, slow down and be attentive while you’re driving.” Read on to read this tips that can make all the difference.Previous Page Next Page