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7 Best Truck Stops in the Country

October 29, 2015

A good truck stop is a little piece of Americana, serving hearty down-home food with plenty of amenities to keep truckers refreshed and ready for the open road. You can spot the best truck stops easily—they’re the ones with a steady stream of rigs pulling into and out of the parking lot. Of course, some truck stops are better than others. Below are seven rest … Read More »



NATSA Meeting (2015)

October 23, 2015

Written By Casey Bullard  NATSA 2015 Meeting This year’s NATSA meeting was A LOT of fun and a lot of learning. Presentations included; Driver Qualification Files, DVIR’s, Florida’s DataQ process, ELDs, FMCSA, Factoring, URS, and more. Driver Qualification Files After NATSA President Dave Gray welcomed us all to the 29th annual NATSA Conference, Joyce Daake got us started with the first presentation on Driver Qualification … Read More »



IFTA Law Enforcement & IRP Meeting (2015) – Part 2

October 21, 2015

Written by Casey Bullard  Another day of education about the industry begins! M & M Blitz Officers Andrew Markel and David Couprie discussed the M&M Blitz which occurs every March and May when heavy enforcement checks are conducted. In March and May, law enforcement does special road side stops to test fuel (no dyed diesel folks) and to check the validity of IFTA and IRP … Read More »



IFTA Law Enforcement & IRP Meeting (2015)

October 20, 2015

Written by Casey Bullard After the basic housekeeping, introductions and Sandy Johnsons beautiful renditions of both the US and Canadian anthems we got right down to business. State Peer Review Peer Reviews of IFTA and IRP Plans were discussed at the meeting. The peer review auditors are looking to ensure that the states processes and procedures are in line with the IFTA and IRP Plans, … Read More »



State of Emergency for South Carolina: Hurricane Joaquin

October 14, 2015

Written By Yesenia Carrillo Hurricane Joaquin’s aftermath has caused South Carolina to issue state of emergency and state of disaster. In an effort to alleviate the state, the Department of Motor Vehicles for the state of South Carolina has temporarily suspended IRP, IFTA, and UCR requirements for out of state vehicles transporting relief and humanitarian supplies. The suspension is in effect until November 30, 2015. … Read More »