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CCJ Digital poll results

How’s your business doing through the first six months of 2010 compared to 2009? (676 responses)

35% — Somewhat better

26% — About the same

16% — Much better

13% — Somewhat worse

10% — Much worse

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“I feel we should be able to reserve the right to receive messages via text, as a lot of our driving directions and instructions can be obtained this way versus onboard units that most owner-operators and small fleets cannot afford. I prefer to send my driving, load numbers and pickup-and-delivery instructions via text messaging, but my drivers better not answer me back unless they are parked or call me via a hands-free set.” – an online reader’s comment on in response to a news article on FMCSA’s final rule to ban texting by commercial drivers

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Preparing for CSA 2010

Thursday, Oct. 28, 3-4 pm ET

Motor carriers face public display of data and warning letters in less than two months. This webinar discusses some strategies for attacking your problem areas aggressively.

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CCJ FleetSpeak

Check out CCJ’s new video editorial series featuring industry leaders and pressing issues in the industry, available at or on your smartphone. This month, Mike Jeffress, Maverick Transportation’s vice president of maintenance, discusses what his company is doing to prepare for the upcoming stopping distance standards.