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Should the Driving Age for Truckers Be Lowered?

Would young interstate commercial truck drivers breathe new life into the trucking industry, or would they endanger lives on the road?

Highway Heroes – Truckers Saving Lives

Truckers save lives every day, with mission-critical delivery of medical and emergency supplies. But some do more than just deliver vital goods. Some volunteer to deliver relief to victims of wildfires and floods. Some, like Next Exit’s drivers, navigate rising waters in order to deliver emergency generators to towns hit hard by hurricanes. Some are …

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Urban Supply Chain Logistics – Trouble Ahead?

Consider these facts: In 2015, 81.6% of Americans lived in cities or urban areas. More than 80% of all U.S. goods begin or end their trips in the United States’ 100 largest metro areas. Just 10% of U.S. corridors move 79% of goods. In 2016 truckers experienced almost 1.2 billion hours of delays as a …

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Will Robots Solve the Last-Mile Logistics Issue?

From autonomous trucks to smart warehouses, robots are powering up the logistics industry. They’re also tackling one of the industry’s toughest issues: last-mile delivery.

4 Simple Steps That Take the Hassle Out of Unassigned Driving Time

Until recently, unassigned driving time wasn’t an issue. Drivers filled out their paper logs and that was that. Even carriers who used electronic logs didn’t worry too much about unassigned driving events. The time spent was usually not much, and just seen as part of the cost of business.

More Truck Tolls in the Works?

As our nation’s infrastructure crumbles, states and cities are scrambling to fund the restoration of highways, bridges, and tunnels. One way to do it: tolls. Tolls—on bridges, on roads, and in congested city areas—are increasingly seen as the solution to critical funding woes: Over a dozen states are either opening toll roads or lanes, raising …

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Electrifying News: Electric Trucks Are Here!

Ryder recently ordered 1,000 Chanje electric vehicles for FedEx. Frito-Lay announced they planned to buy 100 Tesla trucks, and Albertson’s said it will purchase 10 Tesla all-electric Semi tractors for its Southern California stores.

The Parking Problem, Part 2: Potential Solutions

The lack of truck parking has reached critical mass: 3 million American truckers now vie for 300,000 parking spots. As we noted in the previous “Parking Problem” post, several factors have combined to create the problem, which is big, growing every day, and expected to get worse as truck volumes increase.

The Parking Problem: It’s Bigger Than You Think

When does a lack of parking become a critical issue? When it costs money and time. When it becomes a safety issue. When it’s a matter of 300,000 parking spots for three million trucks.

A Hell of a Helicopter Move

As a specialist in heavy equipment transport, Next Exit has moved dozens of helicopters. That’s why a client who owns more than 30 helicopters contacted the logistics company when they needed a helicopter transported to Hawaii—and why Next Exit thought it would just be another move.

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