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Why We All Don’t Drive A Ferrari with several hundreds of thousands of dollars in equity and has been driving a truck for twenty years. He earned his deal. Living on rent and having driven a company truck for one year with savings of only $5,000 will not get you what your friend got. It gets you shown to the door. A low or negative net worth is not something that’s looked at with fondness by a lender. You have a low balance in your bank accounts, you have no investments, no life insurance, no previous vehicle ownership, no property in your name and owe $50,000 in unsecured credit cards. Now you want $100,000 + when you have nothing to show for yourself? It doesn’t work that way. Not all hope is lost. It takes time, but you can realize the dream of having anything you might desire. Hard work does pay off eventually. If it was easy, everyone would be driving a Ferrari and have a fleet of brand new fully loaded highway trucks. But not every vehicle on the road is a Ferrari for a reason. That’s because not everyone can afford one, or it’s not practical. But with time and persistence, you will be rewarded eventually. There are things you can work on before applying for a loan; For example, you can build up your savings and investments over time. Have multiple credit cards, lines of credit, and loans and pay them off to show you can pay back money. That takes several years. Don’t miss any payments along the way either, not even on your cell phone as those are reported on your credit. Don’t carry large amounts of unsecured debt. Have a credit card and line of credit, but also pay them off in full each month. If you carry high balances over time, it shows you have over spent for your income and are struggling to pay it back. Work to pay your debts down. And try to earn the highest income you can. If you’re a trucker, take every load offered. The eager driver earns more money than the one who refuses loads or make excuses to his boss. Trying to declare a low income to save taxes is becoming a problem and many lenders are declining low income earners. We all have dreams and it’s a great motivation. Do not give up on your dreams, but the most important thing you need to be, is realistic and responsible. It’s not about showing off or looking good. This is your work. If you set your dreams within your means and work hard, they will be achieved. You can realize anything if you endure but there are sacrifices along the way and sometimes other things may be more important. I have a long time client

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redesigned automatic lighting system for fifth wheels will soon be available from SAF-Holland, which says its ELI-te electronic lock indicator will help drivers ensure a proper coupling when they hook onto trailers. The ELI-te Fifth Wheel Coupling Indicator includes white LED lights for the jaws-king pin area of the fifth wheel, red LED warning lights, and a long-life, application-specific electronic control module, said Bryon Redecker, product manager. The system is self-contained except for a power cord that must be fitted to a tractor’s electrical system. It is replacing a version introduced about 15 years ago that has links to an in-cab indicator system. For various reasons that product has not been popular, Redecker said. Miscouplings sometimes cause kingpins to slip loose from fifth wheels and trailer noses to fall onto the ground as a tractor pulls away. Major fleets have told SAFHolland that hundreds of instances of

dropped trailers occur each year. Drivers working with the ELI-te receive simple, immediate, and actionable feedback after each coupling. When a trailer kingpin is properly coupled to an ELI-te equipped

fifth wheel, four high-intensity white LED lights mounted within the fifth wheel automatically illuminate the lock jaws. Drivers can then verify that jaws have locked onto the kingpin.

If the coupling is not successful, the white lights stay dark and outward-facing red lights begin flashing. A driver can then find out why the coupling is not complete. A successful retry will turn off the red lights and illuminate the white lights. After a recheck, the driver can hook up air and electrical lines, finish a pre-trip inspection of tractor and trailer, and be on his way. The enhanced ELI-te is an integrated option on Holland’s FW series fifth wheels, including the FW31, 33 and 35. It will be available installed at the Holland factory or in retrofit kits. Price has not been set. “The lights make it easy for drivers to positively confirm that they have coupled correctly, and warn them if they have not. It’s a new generation of safety,” said Mark Molitor, vice president of engineering, Americas. “It’s an engineered, all-in-one system that will be spec’d by on-highway fleets that are looking to empower drivers to accomplish correct coupling consistently.”

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What is UCR? UCR stands for Unified Carrier Registration program. It was created by the federal legislation and has replaced the former system for registering the operators of vehicles engaged in interstate travel, it was commonly known as the Single State Registration System (SSRS). What is the major difference between the UCR and the SSRS? The UCR applies to all operators of Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMVs) whereas the SSRS only applied to for-hire motor carriers. The UCR also includes carrier’s that are transporting interstate goods even if their vehicles do not leave the state. According to the UCR program, what is considered a CMV? Any self-propelled vehicle used on highways engaged in interstate travel that has a gross weight of 10,001 pounds or more is considered a CMV. Also vehicles that are designed to transport 11 or more passengers including the driver are considered CMVs. Any vehicle that is required to have hazardous waste placards will also fall into this category. Will the registration apply to individual vehicles or will a single registration apply to the fleet? One registration based on fleet size applies to all the vehicles that are registered under the USDOT number. Do only motor carriers have to register for UCR? No, along with motor carrier, all motor private carriers, freight forwarders, brokers and leasing companies have to register for UCR as well. What happens if your company does not register for UCR? Each state has the authority to enforce registration compliance through roadside enforcement checks. If your vehicle is pulled over and your company has not been registered for UCR you could be subject to a fine depending on which state you are pulled over in. A business audit could also reveal that your company is not registered for UCR and this could lead to 20

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additional fines. Will you get a certificate to prove your registration with UCR? There is no certificate issued but your registration information is kept in a national database which can be accessed by law enforcement personnel as part of routine roadside checks. Do I have to renew this registration? Yes the UCR has to be renewed annually. What are the fees for the UCR? The fees depend on your fleet size, below is the breakdown of the fees: Number of Vehicles Amount Due 0 to 2 $ 76.00 3 to 5 $ 227.00 6 to 20 $ 452.00 21 to 100 $ 1,576.00 101 to 1000 $ 7,511.00 1001 or more $ 73,346.00 How does the government use these funds that are collected under this program? The revenue generated through the UCR program is used for enforcement of motor carrier safety programs. Where can I get more information on how to register or if I need assistance with registering or renewing? You can call us at our toll free number at 1-800-965-9839 if you need assistance in registering your company or business for UCR or renewing your UCR.

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Detroit Aligns with AT&T, Microsoft to Deliver Enhanced Connectivity Services

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AS VEGAS – Detroit Diesel Corporation, a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA), today announced collaborations with AT&T and Microsoft Corp. to deliver enhancements to its Detroit Connect suite of connected vehicle services. AT&T will provide Internet of Things connectivity for the new Detroit™ Connect Truck Data Center platform. Exclusive to the new Freightliner Cascadia®, the platform features communications hardware that will deliver new capabilities for Detroit Connect, including Detroit Connect Remote Updates, which enables over-theair engine programming and powertrain electronic firmware update capabilities for customers, as well as the ability to integrate third-party telematics applications. Microsoft will support all Detroit Connect services with the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. “Our collaboration with technology leaders such as AT&T and Microsoft further enhance our ability to provide advanced connected vehicle solutions that will deliver vehicle performance insights and update capabilities to our customers,” said Matt Pfaffenbach, director, connectivity for Daimler Trucks North America. “With the

enhancements to Detroit Connect, we’re able to deepen the connection between our customers and their vehicles more than ever before.” “Daimler Trucks North America is an industry leader in innovative solutions and represents more than 40 percent of the long-

haul trucking market in the U.S. and Canada,” said Chris Penrose, senior vice president, Internet of Things Solutions, AT&T. “The Detroit Connect platform is a prime example of how Internet of Things connectivity can improve efficiency, safety and performance in connected vehicles. We look forward to providing our global connected vehicle expertise and IoT solutions for these trucks.” The connectivity platform will be available with start-of-production of the new Freightliner Cascadia in January 2017. A five-year standard base package, including Detroit Connect Virtual Technician remote diagnostic service, access to the new Detroit Connect portal, and later in 2017,

Remote Updates and third-party application integration. Detroit has collaborated with Microsoft to establish a new cloud-based back office environment for all Detroit Connect services, including the new features, such as Detroit Connect Remote Updates, enabled by the new Truck Data Center connectivity platform. The Microsoft Azure cloud platform helps process greater amounts of vehicle performance data and delivers it reliably and more securely to our customers. “Today’s massive digital transformation of the automotive industry can open up many new opportunities for freightliners. The power of increased connectivity and the Microsoft Azure cloud platform will allow Detroit to deliver context-specific insights from vast networks of data and enhance the reliability, richness and convenience of their services for customers,” said Sanjay Ravi, managing director, Worldwide Discrete Manufacturing, Enterprise and Partner Group, Microsoft. Added Pfaffenbach: “We’re excited about the powerful impact that AT&T and Microsoft will have on our Detroit Connect Truck Data Center platform, and the positive business implications this will have for our customers.”

Overweight Trucks Prohibited on Champlain Bridge in Montreal

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s of Monday, Oct. 10, all overweight vehicles are banned from crossing the Champlain Bridge in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc. (JCCBI) noted that overweight trucks have put stress on the bridge beyond the load limits that it was designed to bear. The ban affects trucks with Canadian Class 5 and Class 6 special travel permits. Class 5 permits allow loads between 145,505 and 174,165 pounds. Class 6 permits apply to any vehicles that exceed the limits of the Class 5 permit. Experts at JCCBI will review requests for overweight trucks to travel on the 24

Champlain Bridge on a case-by-case basis. Class 7 permits – trucks that are oversized

– will continue to be reviewed before being allowed to travel on the bridge.

JCCBI will install signs and plans for other forms of communication to alert transportation companies of the changes. More than 5.3 million trucks cross the bridge each year. Last summer, dynamic traffic lights were installed to keep truck traffic in the centre lanes. An average of $100 million a year has been spent to keep the bridge safe since JCCBI began to monitor safety in 2008. The bridge is being maintained as the new Champlain Bridge is being built, which is expected to be completed in December 2018. November / december 2016


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Castrol’s Oil Selector An Excellent Tool for Installers and Owners

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eavy-duty truck sales in the U.S. fell 13.7% in September, and four of the five mediumand heavy-duty weight classes in Canada recorded double-digit losses for the month, according to WardsAuto data. In the U.S., deliveries of medium- and heavy-duty trucks hit 32,357 in September compared to 37,514 the previous year, WardsAuto reports. Losses in Classes 4 and 8 outweighed the gains in the rest of the segments, according to the report. Class 8 continued to be the primary downfall, dropping 28.6% on 14,968 units vs. 20,978 year-ago. Daimler’s Freightliner and Western Star were off 36.1% and 11.2%, respectively.

Kenworth (-17.7%) and Peterbilt (-23.5%) brought PACCAR down 20.3%. Through nine months, Class 8 was 21.2% below like-2015 on volume of 149,473 units. Overall medium-duty sales fell 5.2% on 17,389 units delivered in September. Yearto-date, the group fell 7.7% versus the first nine months of 2015. In Canada, Class 8 sales totaled 2,124 vehicles, 26.9% less than prior-year, as all brands saw declines. Freightliner (-36.4%) and Western Star (-17.9%) brought their parent company, Daimler, down 32.5%. PACCAR’s Kenworth and Peterbilt undersold like-2015 by 20.3% and 32.6%, respectively. Mack and Volvo, combined, fell 31.2%. November / december 2016


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OTTO Makes First Live Load Delivery

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utonomous vehicle development firm Otto and beer maker Anheuser-Busch recently completed what they claim is the world’s first commercial shipment via self-driving truck: transporting a full-loaded trailer of Budweiser beer more than 120 miles along Colorado highway I-25 from Fort Collins through Denver to Colorado Springs. Otto Co-Founder Lior Ron noted that a human truck driver remained aboard the vehicle for the entire route, monitoring the delivery from the sleeper berth as the truck completed the 120mile route, exit-to-exit, entirely on its own without any driver intervention. “The incredible success of this pilot shipment is an example of what is possible when you deploy self-driving technology. It also showcases the importance of collaboration with forward-looking states like Colorado and companies like Anheuser-Busch,” Ron said in a statement. “By embracing this technology, both organizations are actively contributing to the creation of a safer and more efficient transportation network,” he added.

The load originated at Anheuser-Busch’s facility in Loveland, Colorado and departed for its journey from the Fort Collins, Colorado weigh station. Otto’s Ron reiterated the “vision” for self-driving technology is to help transform the trucking industry by: Reducing the number of fatalities on U.S. roads. Nearly half of fatalities happen on highways and 94% of accidents are caused by human error. Enabling fuel-efficient driving and therefore reducing emissions from freight trucks, which are currently responsible for 28% of all road vehicle carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Enhancing truck utilization and providing a sustainable solution for the driver shortage that continues to put pressure on drivers to work long hours at the risk of safe driving. He also noted that one “major opportunity” presented by its self-driving technology is that truck drivers will be able to rest during long stretches of highway, and perhaps even catch up on sleep. That begs the question of whether the driver is “on-duty” with respect to hours of service laws while they are resting, as its self28

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Desi News driving technology “has the potential to extend productive hours without forcing drivers to choose between safety and earnings.” “Teaming with Otto to deploy self-driving technology on the roads of Colorado is a monumental step forward in advancing safety solutions that will help Colorado move towards zero deaths on our roads,” noted Colorado Department of Transportation Executive Director Shailen Bhatt in a statement. “Colorado will continue to focus on working with Otto and others on how to safely deploy this technology on our roads.”

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Jake Brake for 2017 X15 Cummins Introduced

acobs Vehicle Systems announced the introduction of the optimized engine brake for the 2017 Cummins X15 engine. “The 2017 X15 capitalizes on the optimization of the VGT and the braking cam to deliver approximately ten percent additional braking power at engine speeds under 1700 RPM, compared to that of the 2010 ISX15,” the company said. “At a typical engine speed of 1500 RPM, drivers can now rely on 450 HP of braking power to provide confidence and driver control while in traffic or descending a hill. Wıth a simple downshift to increase the engine speed, the engine brake in the X15 Performance

Series will deliver a retarding force of up to 600HP of braking at 2100RPM. The X15 braking performance continues to be best-in-class for heavy duty engines in North America.” “Cummins was Jacobs’ first engine brake customer in 1961. Over 55 years later, we continue to innovate through collaboration among our engineering teams using all engine systems available to maximize engine braking,” said Steve Ernest, vice president, Engineering and

Business Development. “When the pioneers and global leaders of engine brakes combine efforts with world-class diesel engine designers, we drive constant innovation and evolution of technologies that deliver performance and value to the customer. With the Cummins X15, equipped with an integrated Jacobs Engine Brake, truckers will experience safer travel and the improved comfort they demand, while reducing the wear of foundation brakes, downtime and service costs.”

Peterbilt to Exhibit at 2017 MATS

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eterbilt Motors Company announced it will exhibit during the 2017 MidAmerica Trucking Show (MATS) in Louisville, Ky., in March 2017, showcasing its latest products and services for the tens of thousands of expected attendees. “The Mid-America Trucking Show allows Peterbilt to spend quality time with customers and drivers while exhibiting our latest offerings,” said Darrin Siver, Peterbilt General Manager and PACCAR Vice President. “MATS is an outstanding venue for Peterbilt to thank the industry and interact with the many men and women who own, operate or are champions of our products.” November / december 2016

Peterbilt said it will have a significant presence at the show. Its exhibit space

will include the Model 579 EPIQ’s latest fuel economy enhancements and new day cab configuration, SmartLINQ remote diagnostics technology and a special display

for the Red Oval pre-owned truck program. Peterbilt’s Innovation & Class tour trailer will be located just outside the exhibit hall, featuring numerous displays and interactive features, including a driving simulator and an augmented reality demonstration that puts the user in a virtual driver’s seat with the latest in-cab technologies. Additionally, Peterbilt is the truck sponsor of the annual Paul K. Young Memorial Truck Beauty Championship, which will include a new “Best Peterbilt in Show” category with awards for first through third place. 2017 MATS is scheduled for March 23-25 in the Kentucky Exposition Center. 29


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Peterbilt’s SmartLINQ Remote Diagnostics Technology Now Available for All Heavy-duty Truck Engines

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eterbilt Motors Company introduced new technology enhancements to its SmartLINQ remote diagnostics platform, as well as expanded availability to all Class 8 truck engines, during the ATA Management Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas. “Peterbilt’s SmartLINQ is providing our customers with greater uptime, as well as cost savings and improved fleet management,” said Darrin Siver, Peterbilt General Manager and PACCAR Vice President. “Reasoning engine technology and SmartLINQ Service Management are Peterbilt’s latest innovations to SmartLINQ’s comprehensive connected truck solutions.” SmartLINQ provides customers with real-time, at-a-glance information on fleet health, with detailed diagnostics and recommended actions, through the web-based PACCAR Solutions portal. SmartLINQ Service Management, powered by Decisiv, will be integrated with the PACCAR Solutions portal in 2017. Siver noted that nearly 20,000 Peterbilt trucks are equipped with SmartLINQ and that number is rapidly expanding with the system now standard and factory-installed on all heavy-duty trucks. Reasoning Engine Technology Reasoning engine technology, a collective knowledge approach to truck

diagnostics and repair, will be integrated with the SmartLINQ platform in December. “Reasoning engine technology improves truck service and repair efficiencies to get trucks back on the road faster,” said Scott Newhouse, Peterbilt Chief Engineer. “Using actual field repair data, it provides technicians and customers with the most efficient diagnostic and service procedures.” SmartLINQ’s reasoning engine

technology will collect and analyze information generated by the on-board diagnostics of every SmartLINQ-enabled truck. It utilizes machine learning to make associations between triggered diagnostic codes. Technicians can apply up-to-theminute information to more efficiently and accurately diagnose and solve service issues. SmartLINQ Service Management SmartLINQ Service Management provides customers with real-time access to the status of truck repairs and service being performed at Peterbilt dealerships. It improves uptime by streamlining communication between customers and dealers to expedite decision-making in the servicing of the vehicle, for instance

approving electronic repair estimates. “SmartLINQ provides customers with instant, complete remote diagnostic information,” said Mike Conroy, Director of Field Service. “SmartLINQ Service Management takes the next step by giving customers that same convenience during the service process, letting them manage it more efficiently.” SmartLINQ Service Management is user-friendly and features real-time dashboards, alerts and reports. All service steps are date- and time-stamped, providing a complete history of each service event. Beginning this month every Class 8 truck produced will have a code that dealer service technicians scan to access detailed chassis information and updatable service records though SmartLINQ Service Management. Model year 2007 and newer trucks can be retrofitted with a code through Peterbilt dealerships. The system expedites maintenance and repairs by giving service technicians quick access to essential information to help perform work faster and more efficiently. Service Management is currently being rolled out to the Peterbilt dealer network. The fleet portal is expected to be available through PACCAR Solutions in Summer 2017.

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Yokohama Adds Four New Tires

okohama Tire Corp. recently added four new sizes to its 104ZR line of urban/regional allposition/steer tire line-up: the 225/70R19.5, 245/70R19.5, 265/70R19.5 and 285/70R19.5. “The 104ZR is a true workhorse that’s designed to deliver longer tread wear, low rolling resistance and even wear, making it especially ideal for high scrub applications,” noted Tom Clauer, Yokohama’s manager of commercial and OTR product planning, in a statement. He added that the 104ZR still retains its original sizes as well: 295/80R22.5, 9R22.5, 10R22.5, 11R22.5 12R22.5 and 315/80R22.5. Clauer went on to emphasize that the 104ZR tire line is designed to provide several key benefits to truck owners: A five-rib, full-depth tread pattern to help deliver a smoother and quieter ride. The use of Yokohama’s unique “serpentine” groove pattern to reduce premature shoulder step-down and irregular wear, further preserving overall tread life. The incorporation of Yokohama’s

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Peace Bridge Deck Resurfacing Will Slow Passage Starting in Mid November

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ccording to Peace Bridge Authorities resurfacing on the bridge will begin November 15 that will lead to slow downs crossing the bridge. During the resurfacing, one lane on the bridge will be shut down from November 15 through May 15, 2017, with the remaining two lanes open for traffic (one in each direction). To assist in traffic management during the construction period and to avoid truck queuing on the bridge entering the US, the Peace Bridge Authority will be metering the flow of commercial traffic into the United States. There will be no changes for trucks entering Canada. Only trucks that have successfully submitted an ACE e-manifest and have paid the applicable U.S. border crossing fees will be permitted to cross the bridge. Trucks will be evaluated at the bottom of the bridge on the Canadian side by Peace Bridge officials through the use of Pre-Arrival

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Readiness Evaluation (PARE) provided by CBP. During the construction period, the Peace Bridge will require all trucks to submit ACE e-manifests, even if not currently required by CBP regulations. This will speed up the flow of truck traffic through CBP’s required clearance processes and minimize lane blockage by unprepared trucks. Once Bridge officials determine trucks have a complete and successful ACE e-manifest and have paid the applicable border crossing fees, they will be directed to cross the bridge. The readiness evaluation will take place in the commercial vehicle staging lot at the base of the bridge on the Canadian side. Trucks that have not submitted an ACE e-manifest will be denied access to the bridge and asked to return to a location off Peace Bridge property to address their issues or to use an alternate commercial crossing. Trucks that have not paid the appropriate border crossing fees will be directed to the FAST office adjacent to the Peace Bridge staging facility where two self-serve kiosks have been installed to provide opportunity for the driver to pay the fee using the CBP’s DTOPS (Decal and Transponder Online Procurements System: https://dtops. cbp.dhs.gov/main/# This will be open from 8 am until 10 pm daily to assist drivers/trucks who have not already paid the border crossing fees. All drivers/carriers are encouraged address both their PBA’s requirement to file an e-manifest and their border crossing fees before arriving at the Peace Bridge. Prepared drivers and trucks will be critical in allowing the Peace Bridge to function as efficiently as possible and to continue to facilitate commercial traffic during this construction period. CBP and Peace Bridge officials with OTA’s assistance will be issuing additional education materials for the industry prior to implementation (scheduled for Nov 15). The Peace Bridge Authority will also be testing the new process in advance of going live on November 15th. November / december 2016


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The Consequences of Bad Credit Pash Brar, B.A.

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n trucking and in all industries, maintaining good credit is essential for growth and expansion. Not knowing your credit or having bad credit can harm your business and your personal life. Whenever I sit down with a client applying for credit, I always ask them, “How is your credit?” Some will tell me they don’t know, some say it’s good and some say it’s bad. For those that don’t know, it’s important knowing where you stand before you apply for credit. If your credit score is a poor one, then you can prepare co-signors in advance, or work on improving your credit well in advance. If your credit is good then that’s great. Keep it that way and you have less to worry about when applying for any type of credit. Often people tell me their credit is good and when I check it, it is not. That just causes a lot of problems for the person borrowing money, and the company you’re trying to borrow from. If your credit is being checked, always tell the truth, as the truth will be uncovered anyways. You make yourself look back and hurt your chances of getting credit if you don’t tell the truth. For those who have bad credit, all hope is not lost, but there will be repercussions for your past bad payment history that you must accept. For trucking companies, fuel cards on credit are essential. If the owners of the company have bad credit, there will be a huge issue. Paying cash for fuel will require a large amount of cash on hand at all times, making it extremely difficult to start the business. For larger companies this total will be several hundreds of thousands of dollars and more. It is much easier to have fuel cards and pay one fuel bill each month instead of paying every day. The cash will be tied up to keep paying fuel and you will have issues paying for maintenance, insurance, office staff, rent and drivers later. It

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is a big advantage to have good credit before starting a company, and maintaining that good credit. Partnerships in trucking are quite common. But if you partner with an individual who has bad credit that partnership is no longer split equally. If one partner has good credit and the others don’t, there will be a reliance on the partner with the good credit to obtain all the credit for the company. I recently saw a partnership dissolve for this reason. The partner with the good credit said all the money issues were on his head and his bad credit partner didn’t contribute equally. As he stated to me, he had everything to lose, while the other person had such bad credit that he had nothing to lose as no one would give him anything. Individuals and companies with bad credit are not entitled to the very best rates. Some of them talk a good game and try to demand a better rate, but that gets them nowhere. Future credit is all based on your past. If you don’t have a good past, your interest rate will be higher and sometimes you will be outright declined. Bad credit entitles you to nothing. I had one company enquiring about purchasing several brand new trucks and advised me they had high interest rates on some previous purchases and didn’t know why. I told them why. They had bad credit. High risk = high interest rates. In trucking equipment is not cheap. Trucks and trailers are not easy to pay with cash. If your credit is not good and you need equipment, there will be big issues. Whether it’s a company or an owner operator or even for a rental, your credit will be checked. If your credit is bad, you may be declined. Smaller amounts may be possible, but equipment costs are large and larger amounts are harder to come by if you have not maintained a good past credit history. A prospective owner operator who is declined must earn less money and remain driving a truck they do not own, or get a

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The Consequences of Bad Credit co-signor and a company who is declined may not be able to expand, and can lose loads with no equipment to dispatch. Driving abstracts and credit as well are often checked when hiring. If you have a poor credit history a company may not want to hire you even with the best driving record. A driver with bad credit cannot be trusted with expensive equipment or with a fuel card. If declined for a job this affects your earnings and affects your entire family. Not enough credit or too much credit can also pose issues. Owning only one credit card does not justify any lender to loan you large amounts of money. One item is not enough. You must have several items of credit. You must prove yourself with a good track record by paying back all of the items in a timely basis. Having too much credit is also a problem. If all credit cards and lines of credit are all maxed out and you’re only paying minimum payments over a long period of time and have no savings this will cause you problems. You may have spent more than you can afford and it will be difficult to get a deal approved when you can’t afford what you already have. Have credit that you can pay off affordably. Finding the comfortable balance where you can pay off all credit cards and lines of credit in full each month, make all installments such as mortgages and vehicle and equipment on time, and still have savings is the goal. It takes time to get there, especially if you’ve already overspent. But it’s easier if this is done from the start. But again, circumstances can change any time. Bad things can happen to good people which may affect credit. I’ve seen illness, loss of employment and industry declines that affect people who had always paid their bills on time and still have every intention to. Sudden changes in life no can predict, but if in a situation like this, you can work to restore your credit once the situation has been resolved. Your credit stays on your record for seven years. If you’re able to, try to restore it. If your credit was bad from the start, try to correct it and show you are able to pay back borrowed money. Options such as secured credit cards are available to get it started. If you can have good credit going forward and really prove yourself, you will find that doors that were closed by financial institutions in the past might open for you once again. 54

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NAFTA Truck Freight Shows Increase

he U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics reports that in August trucks moved more than 65 percent of all the international freight – with trains, planes, ships and pipelines picking up the rest. Truck and air freight were the only modes to experience an increase compared to last August. The value of freight hauled across the borders increased by more than 11 percent compared with July when freight was down nearly 10 percent from the previous month. August marks the largest monthto-month increase since March 2015. Compared to August 2015, freight was up 0.7 percent, the first year-to-year increase since December 2014 when freight increased by more than 5 percent. Year-to-year, NAFTA freight was down every month since then. Trucks were responsible for nearly $61 billion of the $93.1 billion of imports and exports in August. Rail came in second with more than $14 billion. Vessel and pipeline freight when compared with last year contributed to the yearly decline in U.S.-NAFTA trade

flow because of plummeting crude oil prices, according to BTS. Freight totalled $93.126 billion, up more than $9 billion from the previous month and an increase of nearly $700 million from August 2015. Vessel freight experienced the steepest decline at 12.5 percent, half of July’s drop of 25.1 percent. Trucks had a 3.4 percent increase, the second highest increase next to air freight at 4.9 percent. Nearly 60 percent of U.S.-Canada freight was moved by trucks, followed by rail at 16.5 percent. U.S.-Mexico freight went up by 3 percent compared with August 2015. Of the $45.8 billion of freight moving in and out of Mexico, trucks carried more than 71 percent of the loads.

Meritor Expands Wheel-End Portfolio

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eritor announced an expansion of its wheel-end portfolio to include Opti-Lite brake drums. The Opti-Lite drum is designed for linehaul and weight-sensitive applications such as tanker/trailer and freight. “Developed on the same platform as our established STEELite X30 brake drums, the Opti-Lite drum maintains the high quality associated with its genuine product heritage and offers similar weight and fuel savings,” said David Reid, senior product manager, aftermarket for Meritor. “The lower price of the Opti-Lite will appeal to customers in search of an economical drum option produced in the United States.” “Opti-Lite drums do not require welded-

on weights and offer an optimized balance spec for smoother performance on the road,” Reid added. For ease of identification and ordering, the Opti-Lite brake drums will carry the same base nomenclature as the genuine STEELite X30 offering with the number 50 included as a prefix for product clarification. The prefix 50 is associated with all OptiLite series part numbers. Opti-Lite brake drums are covered by Meritor’s standard aftermarket warranty. For more information about the drums and specification details, visit Literature on Demand on meritor.com and search for publication number SP-16169. November / december 2016


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he Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd. announced recently that it will establish a tire research & development centre in North Carolina, with R&D activities scheduled to start this month in the greater Charlotte area. The Company presently conducts R&D on tires for the North American market in several U.S. states and in

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Clean Diesel Benefits Explained

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he success of private industry, government, environmental and health organizations in working to replace older diesel engines with near-zero emission clean diesel technology has reaped significant air quality improvements in the Midwest and throughout the United States, according to the Diesel Technology Forum. In a presentation to the Midwest Clean Diesel Initiative in Chicago recently, Ezra Finkin, the director of policy for the Diesel Technology Forum, highlighted several of the clean air and health gains achieved over the past decade in reducing emissions from older diesel equipment. The MCDI is a collaboration of federal, state and local agencies, along with communities, non-profit organizations and private companies all working together to reduce diesel emissions in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin and 35 tribal nations. Finkin outlined how new clean diesel heavy duty trucks (model year 2010 or newer) with near-zero emission have significantly reduced emissions by: Eliminating 8.3 million tons of NOx Eliminating 43 million ton of CO2 Saving 2.9 billion gallons of diesel fuel (65 million barrels of oil) Midwest is home to new diesel technology & manufacturing Finkin, who serves as member of the MCDI Steering Committee, noted that the Midwest is a true home to clean diesel as many of the global leaders in diesel truck and equipment manufacturing are headquartered

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