Home, Home On The Road

Leavitt, Wendy
February 2000
Fleet Owner;Feb2000, Vol. 95 Issue 2, p98
Trade Publication
Deals with the views of truck drivers on technology. Benefits of electronic engines according to Dan Klankowski, a driver for Midwest Specialized Transportation; Safety benefits of technology according to Larry Moul, driver for L&H Trucking; Impact of wireless communications on the time saved by truck drivers.


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