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Monthly Archives: September 2011
How much cargo insurance do you suppose these loads need?
Just thought this was good for a laugh.
The York News-Times is reporting a pileup in York Nebraska. “Two semis and a car hauler collided Friday evening on Interstate 80, just west of the Seward exit, creating subtantial damage and stopping traffic for miles.”
The advertiser is reporting an AutoLogic fire: FIREFIGHTERS fought to control a blaze at the side of the road yesterday afternoon after a car transporter went up in flames on the A19. The driver steered the vehicle to the side … Continue reading
I doesn’t seem like it would take much to put a warning system on car carriers that would warn the driver if he released the brakes before he lowered all of the decks onto the stops. I’ve wondered this before. … Continue reading
Tell us about the toughest load you successfully loaded with no damage.
Several news outlets including the Hartford Courant are reporting an auto transport was too tall and has torn the top of of a vehicle. The vehicle was damaged by a 13’6″ overpass near exit 43 or 44, on I-84 in … Continue reading
#1 Reason for no profit in auto transport. (my opinion) For some operators it is in the broker’s pocket! When I got into car hauling, brokered loads were a small percentage of what we did. Then along came Central Dispatch … Continue reading