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Truckers Are Taking a Stand Against Traffic

Truck drivers aren’t exactly fans of traffic. It wastes time and causes way more stress than it should. There’s definitely nothing fun and exciting about sitting in bumper to bumper traffic. But it seems like the trucking industry is beginning to focus on another type of traffic issue: human trafficking. You may now be thinking to yourself ‘What in the world can truckers do about human trafficking?’ It turns out that truckers can play an important role. Read more

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Best Yet Express Knows “Trucks Bring It”

It would be impossible not only for California trucking companies, but all companies across the country, to be successful without truck drivers. The American Trucking Association (ATA) recognized this fact and celebrated the week of September 16th-22nd as Truck Driving Appreciation Week. It’s the perfect time to pay tribute to the hard work and commitment of over the 3.1 million truckers in this county who keep things goods and products in this county moving. Read more

EPA Increases Biodiesel Mandate for 2013

Trucking companies in California should take note: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently approved a 28% increase in the amount of biodiesel mandated for use in trucks for 2013. The mandate will require the production of 1.28 billion gallons of biodiesel for 2013, which is up for the 2012 mandate of 1.0 billion gallons. Read more

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Pros and Cons of Trailer Advertising

Successful marketing is an important key to running and maintaining a successful business. Many trucking companies in California have chosen to use trailer advertising as one way to spread the word about their company and brand. But just like every other type of marketing, trailer advertising has its pros and cons.

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Help Us Fight Hunger in Los Angeles

From now until November 16th, Best Yet Express will be accepting food donations to benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. It is estimated that over 1 million people in Los Angeles County are at risk of going hungry, 400,000 of which are children. Sharp increases in the cost of living and the slow economic recovery are making it more difficult for LA families to make ends meet. More and more of these hard-working families are turning to the food banks for help. Due to this increased demand, food banks are in great need of donations. Read more

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Look for the Pink Ribbon on Our Trucks

It’s October and that means it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. While most people are aware of breast cancer, this is the time of year that serves as a great reminder about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and of early detection.

Best Yet Express is a California trucking company that is dedicated to the fight against breast cancer. For the month of October, we will display pink ribbons on our trucks in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s our hope that we are bringing further breast cancer awareness as our trucks make their way along the Los Angeles streets and freeways. Read more

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Goodyear Tires Unveils New Tire Technology

Goodyear Tire recently unveiled their new Air Maintenance Technology (AMT). This technology allows tires to maintain a constant pressure without the use an external pump, electronics or driver intervention. In other words, these tires actually inflate themselves. Read more

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New California Law Will Help Veterans With Commercial Driving Experience

The trucking industry is facing a driver shortage on a national scale, but there is a little bit of good news if you’re a California trucking company. The state enacted a new law that will make it easier for highly qualified military veterans with commercial driving experience to get to work almost immediately as professional truck drivers. Read more

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Health Tips for Truckers

Best Yet Express cares deeply about the health and safety of our truck drivers and other workers. This blog post will address some of the common health issues faced by truckers and some helpful tips that may help address these problems. Read more

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New California Law: CDL Holders Can Attend Traffic School

We’d like to take a second to talk about a recently enacted California law that’s sure to have an effect on trucking companies in Los Angeles and beyond. On September 13, 2012, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law AB 1888, which allows drivers with a commercial drivers license (CDL) to attend traffic school for minor violations that occurred in their personal vehicles. The new law gives CDL holders the ability to go to traffic school to keep points off their license just like every other driver. It will also avoid the accumulating points against their driving privileges for suspension purposes. Read more