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The Full History of Semi Trailers

Semi trucks carrying 53’ trailers seem as common as anything you could see on the road today. Regardless of your location, trailers are moving on every road at all times of the day. What may be lost on some of the younger folks is that it hasn’t always been this way....

NPTC 2019: What Companies To Watch For

As one of the largest conferences in the transportation industry, NPTC always has something new. The trick is that you’ve got to be looking for it. With a lot of the same companies setting up booths just to have somewhere to chat with their customers and...

Maintenance Tips To Keep Your Trailer Working Smoothly

The transportation industry today never has time to take a breather. There is always another load to be moved. This obviously causes stress on not only drivers, but their equipment as well. In the 1990’s, the average life expectancy of a refrigerated trailer was 15...

Value: A Look At Mexico’s Fuel Shortage

While Oneway Trailers specializes in moving power units and does not move tankers, the recent events in Mexico have shined a light on the value of certain types of trailers at different times. It’s an interesting perspective to look at. Mexico’s government...

Winter Truck Driving Tips

Winter weather is has much of the country in a chokehold, and with it are hazardous driving conditions. Snow, ice, wind gusts, and freezing temperatures, even routine lanes have the potential to become deadly. Keep safe this winter with these 10 winter truck driving...

What Do Drivers Want to See in a New Company?

There is a great shortage of drivers in the trucking industry. One of the reasons for this shortage is due to the increase in the demand for drivers from various industries or due to the lack of “quality” drivers. However, the one reason that does not receive enough...

The Effects of Hurricanes on the Trucking Industry

We understand the logistics when it comes to localized shipping and delivery in areas affected by disaster… Before the storm, the focus is on moving freight into the area to assist with emergency preparedness, as well as moving freight out of the area to avoid damage...

Driver Shortage: What Are The Consequences?

The trucking industry in the United States is experiencing an unprecedented challenge in terms of employment and keeping up with demand. According to a recent ATA report, the shortage of drivers is likely to balloon to 175,000 drivers by 2024. It is widely reported to...