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Second-Round Santa

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Santa has come and gone, and assuming you were on his “nice” list, you probably received at least one of two tech gifts over the holidays. The tech gizmos are great, but they almost always need a few accessories for ... February 1st, 2012

Am I at Risk for Heart Disease?

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Everyone knows you’re at risk for heart disease if you’re overweight, if you smoke, if you have a family history, etc. But did you know there is a simple test that will tell you your risk? The test ... February 1st, 2012

MICHELIN RENEWS SUPPORT FOR ‘BACK ON THE ROAD’ 2012

Michelin Americas Truck Tires (MATT) will continue to support Arrow Truck Sales’ “Back on the RoadTM Program” as a 2012 sponsor. The Back On The Road program provides one deserving truck driver with a truck and a job to get ... January 27th, 2012

Prime inc. recognizes million mile achievements

Prime recently recognized 13 of its drivers for reaching 1 million or 2 million miles of safe driving for the company during October and November. January 19th, 2012

Ouch! My Legs Hurt!

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If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be suffering from Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). While the most common symptom of PAD is leg pain upon exertion, such as walking, up to 40% of those with ... January 1st, 2012

U.S. Department of Transportation Takes Action to Ensure Truck Driver Rest Time and Improve Safety Behind the Wheel

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced a final rule that employs the latest research in driver fatigue to make sure truck drivers can get the rest they need to operate safely when on the road. The new rule ... December 22nd, 2011

Vehicle Warranty & Aftermarket Add-Ons

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One of the oft-asked questions by pickup owners is “Does the addition of aftermarket accessories or parts like suspension and exhaust void my truck’s factory warranty?” March 1st, 2011

It Ain’t Easy Being Green. Or Is It?

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Going Green. The term alone sounds expensive—which, in the current economic environment, probably makes it a great idea for most trucking companies to postpone. At the same time, if going green means minimizing fuel costs as much as it means ... December 1st, 2010