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COVID-19 Lessons Learned From Fleet Owners

This month we decided to take a look at how fleets have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. We think it’s safe to say the trucking industry has never experienced anything quite as disruptive as COVID-19. Yet, through it all, fleets have certainly learned some new lessons and many have become stronger and more resilient because of it. Let’s take a look at some of these lessons learned:

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Topics: Trucking Technology, Coronavirus

Freight Volumes Tentatively Increase To Pre-COVID Levels

Freight volumes are steadily surging, which have made many in the industry breathe a sigh of relief. However, rates are still suppressed, which is potentially due to the fact that the movement of goods is for warehouse and inventory redistribution rather than consumer-facing activity. Freight volumes during COVID has been a hot topic of discussion for many carriers.

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Topics: Coronavirus, Freight Volumes

Protecting Truck Drivers During A Pandemic

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Truck drivers continue to be on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic as they tirelessly supply our first responders and essential service industries. So, you can understand why it’s important to not only know how COVID-19 is spread, but what truckers can do to prevent themselves from getting it, and the protocol they need to follow if they do contract it.

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Topics: Truck Driver Health and Wellness, Coronavirus

The Changing Transportation Landscape During COVID-19

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COVID-19 has quickly changed the way we work and the way we consume, thus transforming the nation’s economy as a whole. Few people are flying, purchasing and renting cars, taking cabs or ride shares, or commuting to work. 

Adam Jonas, the transportation industry analyst at Morgan Stanley Research, has shared a number of key ways he thinks the transportation industry is morphing during this pandemic.

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Topics: Trucking Trends, Coronavirus

Simple Technologies Can Help Truckers During Coronavirus

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The coronavirus pandemic has made one thing clear as the trucking industry deals with supply chain issues across the country: The need for digital tools and resources is as essential for business as it is for staying fit and connected to loved ones. 

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Topics: Trucking Technology, Coronavirus

The Life of a Truck Driver In The Midst of COVID-19

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Non-essential businesses are closing down and those employees who can telecommute are working remotely from home. However, many fleet drivers are still on the road supplying the country with much-needed supplies during this challenging time. 

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Topics: Coronavirus

FAQs About COVID-19’s Impact On Truckers

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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve gathered some answers to frequently asked questions regarding family and medical leave as well as trucking HOS, ELD’s and rest stops for those truckers who are still on the road. We’ve also included hyperlinks for you to review if you require more in-depth information. 

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Topics: Coronavirus