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  • Spring Truck Driving Safety Tips

    Although spring weather is typically less dangerous than winter, there are still hazards that can occur. It’s important to pay attention to the weather and be aware of your surroundings at all times.

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  • Summer Safe Driving Tips

     Summer weather means an increased chance of tractor issues, summer storms, and more road activity – construction, children playing outside, families on vacation and tourists visiting unfamiliar areas.

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  • TWIC Cards: What It Is & Where To Get It

    TWIC cards are essential for maritime security. In addition to the maritime sector, the TWIC may be required in the future for other security-sensitive transportation sectors, such as airports, railroads, chemical plants, and refineries.

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  • Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Compliance Training

    The Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) is an invasive insect, originally from Asia. It first appeared in Berks County, PA in 2014. It endangers Pennsylvania’s agriculture sector and parks. It damages plants in general, but especially fruit trees, grapevines, trees, and hops, which are some of Pennsylvania's biggest exports.

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  • CDL Endorsements

    CDL endorsements are able to be added to your commercial driver’s permit or added on to your license after the fact. Whichever method you end up taking to add these endorsements to your CDL, they all require an additional fee.

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  • Winter Driving Safety Tips For Truck Drivers

    Knowledge and implementation of proper, preventative safety skills for driving in poor conditions, can truly separate the professional truck drivers from the rest of the pack.

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  • What is the difference between OTR, Regional, and Local trucking?

    While physical labor should be expected, drivers can sometimes get drop and hook or no touch runs. In addition, regardless of what type of truck driving you do, all drivers can be on duty up to 70 hours every 8 days per DOT regulations.

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  • DOT Medical Cards for CDL Truck Drivers

    All commercial licensed drivers must be medically qualified to drive a commercial vehicle. Not only does this ensure the driver’s safety, but also the safety of the people sharing the road. Driving a vehicle over 5-tons requires a special set of skills, and being medically fit is an important part of that.

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  • High CSA Scores Predict Driver Retention

    Bryan purports that carriers with high rates of attrition also tend to score poorly in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance, Safety, Accountability program.

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