Tips for staying clean and healthy during coronavirus

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These days, you may feel overwhelmed with information about the novel coronavirus. It’s important we don’t let this outbreak take over every respect of our lives, and instead, keep calm and stay healthy. This is also how we can protect the people around us.

Below are some tips that can help us stay healthy in any circumstance. They are valid for all times and can also protect us from regular flu or other viruses and bacteria. This is why they must ...

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2020 tax season for truckers and carriers: What to know

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The new tax season has begun. This year, you have until April 15th to submit your 2019 income tax return and pay any amount owed. Factors such as your filing status, taxable income, potential tax exemptions, among others, determine how much tax you will pay.

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) brought changes especially concerning the taxable income, per-diem deductions, as well as vehicle and equipment depreciation methods. These changes affected both individuals and businesses. The TCJA has also ...

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Truckers vs California Independent Contractor Law

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Compromise lies at the heart of any relationship between businesses, workers, and the state. Regardless of how much we dislike it, we understand there is no avoiding it. However, it is a tough balancing act, especially when you don’t even know where the balance is. And it gets even worse when states try to solve issues in one broad swoop.

Last year we got another example of how generalized solutions can disrupt entire businesses. This time, the issue revolves around Continue Reading →

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The ELD mandate deadline: Unresolved issues

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Every once in a while, a huge regulation controversy pops up, and virtually everybody takes a side. The beauty of democracy is that we have the power to affect such changes. However, there is one problem. What happens to those issues, which do not get that big of a platform?

The ELD mandate has stirred the pot in trucking and logistics circles, but the general public has only a minimal idea of it – or perhaps none at all.

Because of that, ...

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Honoring the brave: Veterans Day

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As our nation celebrates Veterans Day, Corsia Logistics Team takes a moment to salute the brave men and women, whose devotion to duty and our country deserves our respect and gratitude, not just today, but every day.

In the military circles, they say: “Amateurs talk about tactics, but professionals study logistics.”

Logistics has always been a vital part of any military action: one as simple as meal delivery, and one as complex as planning a gargantuan operation across the Atlantic. Transporting military ...

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Auto Transport Broker vs. Carrier Facts

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Learn all about the auto transport broker-carrier relationship. Review our guide and call us with any questions. Corsia Logistics team is honest and reliable. We explain how auto transport industry functions, we explain what is a current and realistic market price that will ship a vehicle now, and then we work with our customers to offer the best possible solution. This is how we operate because this is what an honest and reputable auto transport broker and carrier company does.

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GM Strike: How it affected various industries

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History knows events, which cause such ripples that we feel them years, if not decades into the future. It seems like, with the rise of technology and the progress of society, such monumental impacts become even likelier. In other words, even a little wave has the potential of causing a tsunami.

Ford, for instance, has also met the scrutiny of the United Automobile Workers. Although a tentative deal has been reached in a much quicker manner, this only goes to show ...

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The Wonder Women of automotive

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So this March, we are calling a few Wonder Women to the front line and spotlighting their achievements in the history of mobility. Because you deserve to know their names and stories and learn how they revolutionized the world of driving.

This Women’s History Month, let’s pause for a moment and allow ourselves to revel in learning about the amazing females – the automotive history makers.

Today, sticking to your lane while driving only feels natural. These road markings are meant to ...

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7 Facts about auto transport

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And this growth requires us to know a little more about the process and peculiarities that come with it. We reveal some facts that we have found to be interesting. Some might be surprising, others might be scary. All of them, however, quite important to know ahead.

Every time an auto manufacturer sends out a new car, there is a truck that carries it to a dealership. Somehow it seems funny that cars, which are made to be driven, have to ...

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Shipping a car by train or by truck?

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Transporting a car can be done by train, truck, airplane or a marine vessel. What works for you depends on the pick-up and delivery locations, whether you are shipping internationally or domestically, on your time frame and budget, and certainly your personal preferences.

Working with a trucking company is faster and easier. When shipping a car by train you still need a car carrier to take the vehicle to the train. Instead loading and un-loading twice at pick-up and delivery, you ...

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