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Colorado Team Shines at National Competition

The National Truck Driving Championships, the National Step Van Driving Championships and the North American Inspector’s Challenge were all held in Indianapolis last week. The team of Colorado competitors had a wonderfully successful week…

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Elite Colorado Truck Drivers Set to Compete for Industry’s Top Prize

ATA Welcomes State Champs to Indianapolis for National Truck Driving Championships This week, American Trucking Associations is set to welcome more than 400 of the trucking industry’s top professional truck drivers to Indianapolis for the 79th annual “Super Bowl of Safety,” the 2016 National Truck Driving Championships and National Step Van Championships. “The safest and […]

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Merge Late to Reduce Work Zone Delays

As the road construction season begins to heat up, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is encouraging drivers to obey its signs to “take turns” and help reduce delays when entering construction zones when traffic is congested…

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2016 Truck Driving Championships

The Colorado Motor Carriers Association announces the winners from the 2016 Truck Driving Championships. Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all the volunteers.

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Cost of California Regulations May be Catching Up to Them

Finally, the costs of California regulations may be catching up with them. ABF imposed a $5.92 surcharge on each shipment moving to and from California, due mostly to higher costs of compliance with state regulations, the carrier said. ABF may be the first of many carriers to add surcharges for shipments to California…

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Vigillo Announces Partnership with State Trucking Associations

Vigillo LLC, creators of the transportation industry’s most advanced big data and data mining software products, today announced here at the 2016 ATA Leadership Meeting that its Crash Review Program through JUST, its parallel scoring system that fixes the fundamental flaws associated with the current CSA scoring methodology, is now available to members of participating state trucking associations at a discounted rate.

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