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Spending the Holiday on the Road

By |December 5th, 2016|Blog|

Merry Christmas! Whether you are a long-haul or short-haul driver, you might be missing your holiday traditions this year. We all have to work and make money right? So as bad as it may seem, if you have a family back at home that you [...]

Tesla New Batteries, New Models and Auto Hauling

By |September 1st, 2016|Blog|

How Tesla's Model 3 Will Affect Auto Hauling Companies Tesla’s Model 3 has over 400,000 pre-orders for their new vehicle. It is a stunning number given Tesla has not been around that long and the cars while great are not perfect. The cars are still [...]

Two Resources to Help Auto Transporters Find Hotels

By |August 25th, 2016|Blog|

Many auto transporters use hotels while on the road. But finding a truck friendly hotel can be a challenge – especially for low clearance car hauler trailers.  I’m going to tell you about two resources that I use when I want to find a truck [...]

30 Car Trailer!? Has Science Gone Too Far?

By |July 20th, 2016|Blog|

25 - 30 Cars Seems Insane Yet in China this seems to be a common practice, albeit illegal.  Local government's often will issue permits for car hauling trailers as long as 27-meters.  Their federal government makes it very clear that this is against their laws.  [...]

Convertible Trailers and New Revenue

By |July 13th, 2016|Blog|

Convertible Trailers For the longest time convertible trailers in the United States ran into a lot of legislation hurdles and regulations prohibiting their use. This particularly made it difficult for CTM (Convertible Trailer Manufacturers) to do business here. Before diving deeper into the exciting changes [...]

#Brexit What does it mean for auto hauling?

By |June 28th, 2016|Blog|

Auto Hauling & Britain's Exit Now that Britain has officially left the European Union, what does this mean for the auto hauling industry? What new regulations might pop up for the importing and exporting of vehicles? Let's jump into to some speculation and some hard [...]

The Importance of Software in the Auto Hauling Industry

By |June 21st, 2016|Blog|

Auto Hauling The life of an auto hauler is quite exciting; each day brings a new and interesting challenge as no two days at work are the same. While those are the perks of the job, there’s no denying that it can be a tad [...]

Tech Update Series Week 3: Autonomous Vehicles

By |June 7th, 2016|Blog|

What they are going for In my other article: Drones, Amazon, and transport I discussed some of Amazon's breakthroughs with their drones. Yet there is no worry about these coming into the trucking industry. They will be capable of very light-weight duties, such as maybe [...]

Tech Update Series Week 2: E-readers or actual books?

By |May 17th, 2016|Blog|

Are Physical Text / Books Dead? Amazon loves trying to get everyone on their kindle e-reader bandwagon. Yet as an avid reader, I just can't get myself to read my own personal e-reader. I actually like to have the paperback and build a library. For [...]

Tech Update Series Week 1: Monitoring Drivers

By |April 19th, 2016|Blog|

Monitoring drivers So I am sure that we are all familiar with eLog Books, dash cams, and GPS tracking devices. Yet that is not what this article is about. You can learn a lot of things about drivers by observing their moments in the cab. [...]

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