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Truck Drivers Money Saving Tips Email Newsletter, Issue #015, 2010-10-01
October 01, 2010

Truck Drivers Money Saving Tips Email Newsletter
October 2010 -- Issue #015


At Truck-Drivers-Money-Saving-Tips.com, we provide real world tips that help professional truck drivers save hard-earned money and personal reporting about products and services for use on the road.

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Truckers' Savings Blog

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Below are the "bloglets" (from newest to oldest) we have published on our Truckers' Savings Blog since our last email newsletter. They contain the titles and snippets of articles we have found online that concern truck drivers and money, such as:

  • news about opportunities for saving money or getting rebates;
  • articles revealing how drivers saved money or lost money (as examples to learn from); and;
  • situations that could cost professional drivers money.

(Please note: the list below contains no links to get further information. In order to get the links, either regularly visit our blog page or subscribe to our RSS news feed.)


  • Florida sets hearing for tolls
    The Florida Department of Transportation officials will have a hearing Sept. 30 on proposed tolls for Interstate 4/Lee Roy Selmon Expressway Interchange. For a five-axle truck, the proposed tolls would be $1.25-$5 for toll by plate and $1-$4 for SunPass. ...

  • Survey asks truckers opinion of tolls
    A pair of highway and freight research groups is seeking input from truckers about the tradeoffs involved with using or avoiding toll roads. The survey, which is anonymous and takes just a few minutes to complete... Participants are then asked to agree or disagree with statements regarding tolling, such as "toll roads are expensive" and "toll roads generally have less traffic than non-tolled alternatives." ...

  • Caltrans calls hearings for truck-only toll road
    The California Department of Transportation has scheduled four public hearings to discuss a proposed new highway linking Palmdale and Victorville. This highway is of great interest to truckers, not only because thousands of agricultural loads are generated in this region, but also because the roadway may be tolled for trucks only and not cars. Caltrans calls it the High Desert Corridor, and the locals call it the "new State Route 138." It is slated to cost $1.1 billion. The existing SR 138 in the region, at just four lanes, is inadequate for the amount of existing and projected traffic in the region. Truckers recognize the need for a new bypass, but do not see eye-to-eye with Caltrans on it being tolled exclusively in a truck-toll format, said OOIDA Director of Regulatory Affairs Joe Rajkovacz. "We're not for any proposal that places the financial burden on tolling truckers only and everybody else gets to ride for free," Rajkovacz said. ...

  • Ports at New York/New Jersey issue emissions-based truck ban
    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey recently approved its plan to issue a series of bans on older trucks, including all trucks with 1993 and older diesel engines as of Jan. 1, 2011. ... Truck drivers who violate the emissions rule will first be given a warning before two-day, seven-day and 30-day suspensions of port privileges are doled out. ...

  • Toll rates to be set during online hearing in Florida
    ... Truck tolls are proposed at $5, $2.25 and $1.25 for the toll-by-plate electronic system and $5, $2, and $1 for SunPass account holders for the new roadway. Cash will not be accepted at the all-electronic toll facility. ...

  • 3 Fast Food Trends: Cheap Prices and Promos Aimed at Getting You to Spend More
    Cooking and eating at home is always cheaper than dining out. So, during a time period when most Americans are trying to live cheaply, fast food chains have gotten particularly creative and aggressive at enticing budget-conscious eaters out of their kitchens and up to cashier. There are three basic strategies, all aimed at getting customers into restaurants early and often-and likely to spend more than they'd think at first glance. The chains have been rolling out ...

  • Study: Operating handheld device leading culprit
    Operating a handheld device is the leading cause of distracted driving incidents that led to collisions or near-crashes in a study released Sept. 21 by SmartDrive Systems. By analyzing in-cab activity captured on video in the 15 seconds prior to those traffic events, SmartDrive says its safety evaluators were able to observe the most common distracted driving behaviors. Ranked behind operating a handheld device were eating/drinking/smoking and talking on a mobile phone. ...

  • No idle time: APUs provide drivers comfort without engines idling
    ...However, your drivers-being human-occasionally need to rest. When they're at the end of their shift and it's time to pull off the road, do they just hunker down in a lot somewhere, letting the truck idle or shut it down and suffer through an excessively hot (or cold) night in their cab? The answer is no longer an either/or. Thanks to the auxiliary power unit (APU), comfort, convenience and cost effectiveness are within reach, within budget and within the law. An auxiliary power unit is designed to provide climate control and creature comforts to a driver without the need to idle the engine. ...

  • How You're Paying Less, But Also Getting Less, at Dollar Stores
    At first you think, Hey, this only costs a dollar, what a deal! But what you should be thinking is, Hey, wait a sec, I used to get a lot more for my money. ... The dollar stores have found creative ways to keep their prices low. ...

  • Roadside Medical Clinic offers free health checks
    Roadside Medical Clinic + Lab is providing free health and wellness checks to drivers at all of its clinics though Sept. 25 in conjunction with National Truck Driver Appreciation Week. ...

  • First bolt-on aerodynamic device
    ... The Air-Shield retro-fit mounted on the cab roof, guiding air over the top of the trailer, thus greatly reducing drag at highway speeds. Ads claimed fuel savings of $200 to $1,600 per year (not bad in an era when fuel cost well under $1) and a drag reduction as high as 21 percent on cabovers. This reduced shifting and transmission wear and, in some applications, allowed use of a smaller engine for further fuel savings. ...

  • Atlanta highway will be paid off, but the toll could stay
    The toll on the Georgia 400 in Atlanta is scheduled to sunset in 2011, but officials could take action to extend it for years to make highway improvements, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported this week. A 50-cent toll for passenger vehicles would not only stay active, but could be raised to $1 per trip for cash customers as part of a variable pricing program. Word has not yet come down about what would happen to the $2-and-up tolls for commercial vehicles. ... According to the toll authority, 112,000 motorists and truckers use the GA 400. The authority collects about $59,000 per day from this traffic. The authority wants to get more people using electronic Cruise Card transponders and has been studying variable pricing, or congestion pricing, which would double the 50-cent toll for cash customers during peak times. Because truckers are at the mercy of on-time delivery schedules, congestion pricing is viewed as a tax increase. An upside is that congestion pricing would likely remove a percentage of cars from the roadway. ...

  • Pilot, Flying J merger appears to be home run, but some are crying foul
    The merger of Pilot and Flying J is a home run. ... But not everyone is a happy trucker. Owner operators are upset about the higher street prices. And past customers are concerned about the higher fees for such services as check cashing and showers, the new food service arrangements, and the lower level of personalized service as the Flying J locations are "pilotized." ... These operators are concerned that PFJ, which now controls over 50 percent of the diesel fuel market for long haul interstate trucking companies, will use its market muscle and pricing power to increase its already dominant market share. ...

  • Freightliner builds hybrid truck for on-site fueling service
    Freightliner has sold what it claims to be the first ever diesel-electric hybrid fuel delivery truck with on-site refueling service provider Diesel Direct. ... The truck uses Eaton's hybrid-electric drivetrain system. "One of our biggest expenses is just to fuel our own trucks," said [Dan] Abrams[, founder and president of Diesel Direct]. "With the new Freightliner truck, we expect to save at least 25-30[percent] in fuel consumption." ...

  • SmartWay equipment rebate program extended
    The Great SmartWay Rebate Program operated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has been extended. Rebate requests will be accepted until May 31, 2011, and all completed installation documents must be turned into Cascade Sierra Solutions by June 30. ... Program rebates range from $100 for trailer gap reducing add-ons to $1,000 for auxiliary power units or battery-powered air conditioning systems, exhaust retrofits or transport refrigeration unit replacements. Rebates for equipment such as trailer skirts and end fairings also are available, said CSS, a Coburg, Ore.-based non-profit organization that promotes use of and provides funding for emissions-reducing truck equipment. ...

  • Tolling survey available
    Federal researchers are asking truckers take a survey to better gauge how truckers evaluate toll facilities. ...

  • CVSA Targeting Air Brakes This Week
    Brake Safety Week started Sunday and runs through Saturday the 18th. The program is part of the Operation Air Brake Campaign, an ongoing effort by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance dedicated to improving inspection, compliance, maintenance, and performance of commercial vehicle braking systems throughout North America. This safety event focuses on enhancing knowledge, regulatory compliance and performance of commercial vehicle braking systems. Throughout the week, CVSA-certified inspectors, brake suppliers, and industry partners conduct enforcement and education activities with drivers and mechanics at truck stops, weigh stations and other locations. Out of adjustment air brakes and brake system defects constitute the major reason for commercial motor vehicles being placed out of service during roadside inspections. Poorly adjusted or defective air brakes reduce braking capacity and increase stopping distance. ...

  • CARB fined trucks $298,700 last year for idling violations
    The California Air Resources Board cited nearly 1,000 commercial vehicle drivers for violating the state's five-minute diesel idling limit in 2009, racking up almost $300,000 in fines. CARB recently released its enforcement statistics for 2009, including $7 million tied to its diesel programs, including the idling limit and requirements that reefers and other equipment be retrofitted or replaced. CARB collected more than $16 million in penalties in 2009...

  • Speeding ticket insurance?
    A new service offers "Prepaid Traffic Tickets," investments as a sort of hedge against the likelihood of getting a speeding or other ticket in a specific amount of time in the future - all while stressing that it does not in fact condone or encourage folks to speed. Basically, the company issues a voucher to an individual for a specified price ($13.33, for instance) reedeemable for a certain amount ($100) to go toward paying a speeding ticket incurred during a certain time period after purchase (six months). Different levels of voucher are available...

  • EIA predicts slight drop in fuel, oil prices for remainder of 2010
    Diesel and crude oil prices are both expected to drop for the remainder of 2010, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration's latest Short-Term Outlook. ...

  • RCMP investigating rock throwing reports in Manitoba
    WINNIPEG, Man. -- The RCMP has told local media that it is investigating reports that large rocks are being hurled at transport trucks travelling along Hwy. 68 at nighttime, the CBC reports. ... Manitoba Trucking Association executive director, Bob Dolyniuk, told CBC.ca that "It's obviously very dangerous. People have been killed by rocks thrown at trucks." ...

  • Truck-related traffic fatalities drop 20[percent], lowest level in recorded DOT history
    The number of truck-involved traffic fatalities declined 20 percent in 2009, dropping from 4,245 in 2008 to 3,380 in 2009, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced Sept. 9. The reduction is the lowest level in recorded Department of Transportation history and also shows a 33 percent decrease in fatalities since the generally current hours-of-service regulations first became effective in January 2004. ...

  • Traffic fatalities hit record lows in '09
    ... NHTSA said highway deaths due to crashes fell to 33,808 in 2009; a 9.7[percent] decline from 37,423 deaths reported in 2008. That's the lowest number since 1950 (when 33,186 people perished in highway collisions) resulting in a fatality rate of 1.13 deaths per 100 million vehicle miles traveled (VMT) for 2009. That compares markedly to a rate of 1.26 deaths per 100 million VMT for 2008. Truck-involved traffic fatalities declined even more steeply in 2009, according to NHTSA -- dropping 20[percent] to 3,380 from 4,245 in 2008. Additionally, the number of truck occupant deaths decreased 26[percent] in 2009 to 503, with truck occupant injuries falling 26[percent] as well, the agency noted. ...

  • European Study Shows Truckers Not at Fault in Most Crashes
    A European study of truck accidents causes confirmed similar U.S. studies that show passenger vehicle drivers are at fault 75 percent of the time in truck-related crashes. ... The study found that human error was the cause of 85.2 percent of the more than 600 studied cases. When human error was to blame, the passenger vehicle driver was at fault 75 percent of the time, with the truck driver to blame 25 percent of the time. The main causes for accidents included speeding, failure to observe intersection rules and improperly made lane changes. Fatigue was a main cause in only 6 percent of the 624 accidents studied, but when it was, 37 percent of those accidents were fatal. When fatigue was a main cause, nearly 90 percent of the time the accidents occurred on highways or interurban roads. Factors involving a truck's load...

  • More fuel-efficient trucks forecast
    Equipment 10 years from now will be much more fuel efficient, thanks to technologies coming into acceptance and others yet to be introduced, executives said Aug. 26. The forecasts were made at the "SuperSession: Tomorrow's trucks and trailers," sponsored by Shell Lubricants at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas. Cummins will focus on fuel efficiency and CO2 reduction, said Jeff Jones, vice president of sales and marketing. New regulations in this area are expected "in the very near future" from the U.S. Department of Transportation and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, he said, which have agreed to work jointly on the project. ...

  • Frito-Lay On its Way to Largest Fleet of All-Electric Trucks in North America
    PepsiCo's Frito-Lay North America division is setting the wheels in motion this week for what will ultimately be the largest fleet of commercial all-electric trucks in North America. New York City will become the first U.S. city to see Frito-Lay snacks delivered by fully electric delivery trucks, with five new trucks beginning routes this month. In total, Frito-Lay will be deploying 21 electric trucks this year. The company projects it will roll out 155 additional trucks in 2011, making Frito-Lay the largest commercial fleet of all-electric trucks in North America. The trucks, designed by Smith Electric Vehicles, generate zero tailpipe emissions and operate for up to 100 miles on a single charge. Electric trucks reduce fuel consumption, noise pollution and CO2 emissions, compared to traditional delivery trucks. ... "There are real economic and environmental benefits to electric trucks," said Mike O'Connell, director of fleet capability for Frito Lay North America. "Once the planned 176 electric trucks are deployed we will eliminate the need for 500,000 gallons of fuel annually. ..." ...

  • Hybrid vs. diesel: Research firm to compare truck technologies
    POINTE-CLAIRE, Que. -- FPInnovations will conduct two $50,000 studies on eco-energy optimization for the Quebec Transport Ministry (MTQ). The studies will analyze and compare the shipment of freight in urban centres by hybrid trucks and conventional diesel trucks. ...

  • Survey asks truckers' opinion of tolls
    A pair of highway and freight research groups is seeking input from truckers about the tradeoffs involved with using or avoiding toll roads. The survey, which is anonymous and takes just a few minutes to complete, is being conducted by two groups for a Transportation Research Board study. ...

  • Days numbered for 'California stops'?
    Making a right turn at a red light can be a risky maneuver. In California, the stakes are even higher with the possibility of pricey tickets awaiting drivers who make the turns. A bill sent to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger would take less of a bite out of offenders' pocketbooks. The fine for rolling through a red light while turning right would be reduced to $35 - about one-third of the existing $100 fine. But that's not all. The bill's passage would lower the total ticket amount, which includes additional fines and penalties, from about $450 to about $220. ...

  • 5 Questions That Will Save You Money
    Being your own financial advocate is vital when it comes to protecting your hard-earned money and making the most of what you have. Here are some savings tricks I've learned along the way, all the result of speaking up and asking the right questions. ...

  • Oregon Credits Inspection Blitzes for Drop in Truck Crashes
    Oregon's Department of Transportation says its commercial vehicle enforcement and education efforts appear to be paying off with a drop in truck crashes. For the last several years, ODOT's Motor Carrier Division has aggressively targeted unsafe commercial drivers and vehicles with enhanced enforcement and education initiatives. One of the biggest efforts has been special safety inspection operations along the state's busiest highways. During these operations, MCTD employees work together around the clock for three to five days, inspecting hundreds of trucks a day. ... DOT officials say 2009 data shows crashes involving commercial vehicles are down 28 percent over 2008. Truck-at-fault crashes are down 26 percent. Truck crashes resulted in 32 percent fewer injuries and 15 percent fewer deaths in 2009. ... During the inspection operation, 27 percent of drivers were placed out of service. That rate is consistent with inspection events at other locations in Oregon over the last few years. The national driver out of service rate is about 6 percent. Commercial vehicle safety inspections are not random. Using several sorting tools, including weigh station records, safety records, and information in national databases, employees scrutinize the vehicle and driver. Driver behavior is carefully observed as the vehicle proceeds through the weigh station. Drivers who look inattentive or fatigued are routinely selected for an inspection. During the inspection, the driver is interviewed and supporting documentation is reviewed to verify the driver's logbook. ...

  • Engine problems reported in 2010 trucks: JD Power
    More than half of owners of one-year old truck engines report experiencing some type of problem. According to the J.D. Power and Associates' 2010 U.S. Heavy-Duty Truck Engine and Transmission study, the most common engine problems reported are related to electronic control module calibration (14 [percent]), and the exhaust gas recirculation valve, (13 percent). ... "Clearly, the emissions requirements have put a burden on engine manufacturers, and the result is that today's engines-although environmentally improved are more problematic," said Todd Markusic, senior director of the commercial vehicle practice at J.D. Power and Associates. ...

  • 4 Lake Michigan states upgrade travel website
    Drivers in the states along the shores of Lake Michigan now have an updated website to ease their travels. ... The website, www.travel midwest.com, encompasses approximately 1,570 roadway miles across 51 counties in the four-state alliance coverage area. The traffic map features pan and zoom features and user customization. There are trucker reports...

  • Owners of Post-Emissions Standard Engines Report Problems
    A little over half of owners of one-year-old heavy-duty truck engines have experienced some type of problem in 2010, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2010 U.S. Heavy-Duty Truck Engine and Transmission Study released last week. In contrast, prior to the changes in emissions standards implemented in 2004 and 2007, only 26 percent of owners of two-year-old truck engines experienced problems. "Clearly, the emissions requirements have put a burden on engine manufacturers, and the result is that today's engines-although environmentally improved-are more problematic," said Todd Markusic, senior director of the commercial vehicle practice at J.D. Power and Associates. ... The study also finds that the number of engine problems increases by 55 percent, on average, after 50,000 miles of usage, up to 80.5 problems per 100 vehicles from 51.9 per 100 vehicles. As a result, satisfaction with engines decreases by nearly 40 points on a 1,000-point scale after 50,000 miles. ...

  • Brake Safety Week Starts Sept. 12
    The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance is gearing up for its annual Brake Safety Week Sept. 12-18. The event is part of the organization's Operation Air Brake Campaign, which aims to improve inspection, compliance, maintenance and performance of commercial vehicle brakes throughout North America. ... According to CVSA, out of adjustment air brakes and brake system defects constitute the major defect areas resulting in commercial vehicles being placed out of service. Poorly adjusted or defective air brakes reduce the braking capacity for large vehicles and further inhibit their stopping distance. Under ideal conditions, the braking capacity of commercial vehicles is twice as far as that for cars and other smaller vehicles. This increases the risk to other users of the road and the driver of the vehicle itself.

  • OOIDA to accept applications for APU grants for certain states
    Members of the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association who reside in specific states may apply for an auxiliary power unit (APU) grant starting Tuesday. ... OOIDA will be able to offer members a 40 percent reimbursement for the cost of the APU unit and the installation of the unit. This particular grant will be only for OOIDA members who reside in Regions 6 and 7. OOIDA is among five organizations included in a total grant of more than $5.1 million in Diesel Emissions Reduction Act funds (DERA). ... EPA estimates every dollar invested in reducing diesel exhaust will yield up to $13 in public health benefits. Through the use of this funding, the agency claims potential for approximately $4 billion of health benefits nationwide. ...

  • Used and Enthused: Pre-owned trucks fueling rebound
    TORONTO -- Not wanting to sit on their hands as freight conditions improve -- but still apprehensive about making major capital investments -- truck buyers, including big fleets, are increasingly turning to used trucks to grow their business. ... Demand for used commercial vehicles has soared this summer -- as much as 60 percent over last year. And only a couple of years removed from a major glut of pre-owned inventory, suppliers are now predicting a shortage in the next 24 months. ... Brian Sarnia, sales manager with Freightliner Manitoba concurs. "Low-mileage, late model used trucks are the ones people are after." With older, somewhat neglected equipment, "there's the extra cost of certifying them and bringing them up-to-date, so it's not always worth it."

  • Wrench-It DIY garage celebrates anniversary
    ... There was the trucker from northern California who drove 800 miles along I-80 to install a new transmission in his truck because it was cheaper than finding a garage he could work in back home. ... A year into the Salt Lake Valley's most innovative - and hands-on - automotive repair business and they've already got their favorite customer stories. You get all kinds out there in the bays. We're talking about the Wrench-It Center in west Salt Lake (www.wrench-it.com), a repair/service shop where you do the repairs and service yourself. Every other shop in town has signs telling you not to cross the yellow line into the working part of the garage. This place you HAVE to cross the yellow line. If you want to get anything done. The shop is the brainchild of Zak Anderegg, a former Marine who learned how to service his car when he was in the service and thinks - and hopes - a lot of people would like to work on their cars if they just knew somebody who could rent them a bay. For $12 to $18 an hour, you can rent a bay at Wrench-It, the cost varying depending on what kind of lift you require. A 200-piece toolbox is included for no additional charge. If you want a bay for the whole day, the rate is $119. Additional equipment is available for rent, and you can get a genuine auto mechanic for $25 an hour. The Wrench-It Center is not for everyone.... The idea is that you can save money doing it yourself, although it could take awhile longer. ...

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