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Success as an Owner-Operator in a Straight Truck

Are you thinking of becoming an owner-operator? If so, you’re in luck. We’ve been in the trucking business since 2012 and want to share our methods for success. This article

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Trucker Down: Charity for Truckers in Personal Crisis

Truckers are underserved. Trucker Down believes that truck drivers are essential workers in an underserved community. According to the American Trucking Association (ATA), more than 80% of U.S. communities depend

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Women in Trucking and Women in Law

Both the transportation and law fields were dominated by men for many years. Both have made vast improvements in the development of women in the fields. Women In Trucking Association,

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Heavy Hauling & Accident Claims

It’s a well-known fact throughout the trucking industry that four wheeled vehicles are usually the at-fault party in traffic accident between semis and cars. The Windmill Example of an Oversized

Broken windshield, Accidents Happen; be prepared

Be Prepared; Accidents Happen!

Jack is a million mile safe driver. Recently, he was properly parked at a loading dock when a distracted trucker swung too wide and hit his truck. This accident wasn’t

What is Freight Factoring? Learn How Factoring Can Change Your Business

What is Freight Factoring?

If you are in the trucking industry, you have probably heard of “freight factoring”. Freight factoring is such a useful tool for small and medium sized businesses. The benefits of

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Where Have All the Parts Gone?

Eckert & Associates’ attorney Jason Schafer and I hear clients’ frustrations daily about delays in truck repairs because of back ordered parts. COVID has created nightmares in the supply chain