Classic car transport California

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The one niche that seems to always grow in California, and bring together more and more enthusiasts, is the classic car market. Although depending on where you are in the world your definition of what makes a car classic may vary, you will certainly find most cars categorized as classics in California. Classic cars age like wine – the older they get the better they are. And like wine, each car has its own appeal. And just ...

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How to import a car to the United States

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Americans have it all. That’s what everyone says. And quite often this is truly the case. Yet, there comes a time in every American’s life when the exact thing they want is not within the borders of our country. And very often, this exact thing is a car. The next BMW model that is not yet available in the USA. Or the only classic Mercedes Benz from 1966 left in the world. What to do then? Read on to find ...

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Automation vs. people in auto transport

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Digitalization has been a hot topic for the past few years in every industry you could imagine. It’s exciting, powerful, and definitely transformational for most organizations. What seems a little more frightening is the ancestor of digitalization. The process of automation itself. While people used to look at it as something helpful, now it feels like a threat to many. What is the auto transport industry’s take on this?

We have seen automated systems slowly invading the auto transport industry in ...

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Silicon valley’s revolution in the trucking industry

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If you still think that the efforts of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are focused solely on the IT industry, you are way behind the current trend. The sky is the limit is literally where the Valley is going. And while it aims to break into space, the roads on Earth are still a hot topic. Today, however, we talk less about passenger vehicles and more about trucking.

It seems like all efforts towards transforming the trucking industry involve the introduction of self-driving ...

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Napping and trucking

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Getting enough sleep nowadays is becoming a real challenge. Busy lifestyles, work commitments, social media pressure have been making us sleep less. But is it healthy to live like this? Can we still function normally with fewer hours of sleep or no sleep at all? The answer is no. It’s not healthy. We all need those 7-8 hours of sleep every night to wake up fresh and recovered from the previous day. But we don’t always have the luxury of ...

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Shipping a Truck Guide

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If you come to think about it, one of the most important things for the survival of Americans today is the truck. Trucks are the main reason for our comfort when it comes to food, clothes, furniture, and pretty much everything else around us. The truth is that every single thing around you has probably seen the inside of a truck either as a final product or as raw material. And it if hadn’t, you wouldn’t be where you are ...

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The Boring Way of Fighting Traffic Congestion

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Elon Musk’s latest project on fighting traffic congestion has gathered everyone’s eyes on him once again. Several months ago he got the idea of creating The Boring Company. What seems like a stupid name for quite a dull idea might actually be the company that will solve our biggest road problem.

Apparently, Musk got the idea of the Boring Company while he was sitting stuck in traffic.

 

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How Formula 1 Travels The World.

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Are you a fan of speed? Do you enjoy the thrill of pushing the pedal to the metal? Even if you don’t, you may still see the appeal of sports cars. Perhaps you even enjoy watching rallies and races. But are you familiar with Formula 1?

The main reason most Americans aren’t that familiar with F1 is that it is just too foreign. And I mean that in every aspect.

For starters, there are no US teams, so that kind of removes ...

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Across borders: ELDs and Tachographs

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Last year, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) unsuccessfully challenged the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration in a case against the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate final rule. The Association argued that the mandate is arbitrary, does not advance safety, and violates the Fourth Amendment. Earlier this April, the Association filed a Petition requesting that the Supreme Court review last year’s ruling.

OOIDA’s main argument against ELDs is that 24/7 monitoring of truck drivers via the electronic logs ...

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Why Auto Transport Monopoly is Bad for You

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Auto transport is one of the most swiftly growing industries in the United States. The dynamics of the industry has shifted tremendously in the past century.  The cost-leadership from the glorious days of the Ford domination is now gone. It is being replaced by leadership in technology, design, or manufacturing brilliance. The industry is moving forward to satisfy the growing demand in all possible ways, leading to a market of mass customization. Yet, something seems unfair to the consumer.

Today, the ...

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