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Jan 28

Getting held up at the dock is expensive. The more time you spend waiting to get loaded or unloaded, the less you spend driving. And no detention fee is going to make up for running out of hours or missing your next load.

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Jan 22

DOT is already warning drivers to stay home in Tennessee and Kentucky. By tomorrow morning, you'll hear the same advice all along the East Coast, from New York down to South Carolina. Be careful out there!

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Jan 21

There were 881 cargo theft incidents last year, according to CargoNet. Loads of food and beverage were targeted the most, followed by electronics and household items. These are the 5 states where those thefts the most often.

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Jan 08

Now that 2015 is in the rearview, we went back to look at which cities had the most load posts on the load board last year. Here's a list of the top 10 markets in load posts for vans, reefers, and flatbeds.

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Dec 23

Are you trying to get back home for the holidays? Need to squeeze in one more load for the week? A lot of you are probably trying to avoid being on the road on Christmas Eve, but if you're going to be getting behind the wheel, here are some of the trends we noticed last week that could help.

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Dec 16

Last week, the number of van loads on DAT TruckersEdge fell to where we were around the middle of November. There were 1.7 van loads available per truck last week, which was down quite a bit from the 2.8 loads per truck in the week before.

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Nov 27

Looking to plan your week? You should be able to find van loads fast in these 5 markets.

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Nov 24


This week's nominee for The Worst Lane in America: Fort Lee, NJ to Louisville, KY. There are lots of reasons why it's the worst: bad traffic, tolls, construction, lousy rates...if you can even find a load. Luckily, what you CAN find is a TriHaul that gets you home without totally ruining your week.

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Nov 23

The American Highway Users Alliance has listed the 50 worst traffic bottlenecks in the country. The worst of the worst is a 12-mile stretch of Interstate 90 in Chicago.

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