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U.S. Suspends Truck-Driving Limits to Speed Coronavirus Shipments

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U.S. highway-safety regulators are suspending rules that limit daily driving hours for truck drivers moving emergency supplies such as medical equipment, hand sanitizer and food in response to the nationwide coronavirus outbreak. The Transportation Department’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced the nationwide exemption late Friday, following President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency over…

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WELCOME TO THE INTERNATIONAL TOWING & RECOVERY MUSEUM

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It all started more than 20 years ago when a group of dedicated towing professionals, the Friends of Towing, decided to recognize outstanding individuals in the towing and recovery industry worldwide, record the industry’s history, collect and display artifacts and memorabilia in a museum setting, and provide information about the industry to the public. The…

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New Season “Highway Thru Hell” Premieres on Sunday, January 5th

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The Weather Channel television network today announced returning original programming for the first quarter of 2020. Season 8 of “Highway Thru Hell,” premieres on January 5th, followed by season 4 of “Heavy Rescue: 401,” which premieres on February 9th. With these renewals, the network continues to deliver compelling, weather-related storytelling to keep viewers entertained and…

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Is this happening to you?

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EUGENE, Ore. — Local tow truck businesses claim that formerly lived-in vehicles that have been abandoned are becoming costly problems. Clayton Trzesniewski, owner of Alpha Towing and Recovery, said that he currently has five abandoned recreational vehicles on his property that he can’t do anything with. He said some people living in vehicles will abandon…

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