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Fuel for Thought

  • Featured Story
    Rising Tide
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Jul 9th 2018 7:03AM
    The brotherhood and sisterhood of trucking is not dead, it may be ailing, but it can recover.
  • It's Coming Soon
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Jul 2nd 2018 8:25AM
    Hardly a day goes by on the road that I don’t run into someone asking about expediting.
  • America's First...
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Jun 23rd 2018 10:14AM
    While the U.S. may not have been the first to do so, have you ever wondered about some of the “Firsts” as they now apply to drivers?
  • Free?
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Jun 17th 2018 7:01AM
    Lack of parking. Paid parking. Paid Reserve parking. Overpriced. Unhealthy food choices. Trashy parking lots. A small sampling of the complaints from truck drivers regarding truck stops.
  • Working Together
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Jun 10th 2018 1:30PM
    For all the bad press and the social media complaints from drivers, you would think all the “greedy” truck stops were just the most horrible places for a driver to be and Satan’s disciples were running the show.
  • Blinded By The Light
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Jun 4th 2018 8:42AM
    Seeing and being seen are two different things
  • Customer Camping
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted May 27th 2018 10:10AM
    Time at home means time to catch up on chores that accumulated while I was on the road. It was a very productive vacation last time.
  • Reaching The Summit
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted May 20th 2018 6:20PM
    Reaching the summit of your business goals is often challenging. There are many peaks and valleys along the way.
  • Detention Pay?
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted May 11th 2018 8:07AM
    It’s easy to get wrapped up in all the things we have to do as owner operators to keep our business profitable. After all we do just to get to load, then the customer keeps us waiting for our load.
  • worm
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted May 5th 2018 6:10PM
    Earthworms are interesting. Most of their life is spent, as their name implies, in the moist earth. These burrowing creatures live, breed and thrive below the surface in moist soils.
  • “Friggin’ crooks”
    By Greg Huggins
    Posted Apr 27th 2018 4:00AM
    “Friggin’ crooks”. “Too much bio in their fuel”. “Outdated and overpriced”.