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April 2008
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The article discusses the highlights of the Work Truck Show held in Atlanta, Georgia from February 26 to 28, 2008. Topics in the convention included trends that will affect the truck equipment industry and how to conduct a Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard compliance analysis. The event featured keynote speeches from U.S. Department of Energy undersecretary Clarence H. Albright Jr. and Winston Cup Champion Darrell Waltrip.


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