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The ABCs of AB5 – How to Keep Your Freight Moving Under the New Law

AB5 goes into effect January 1, 2020. The new law codifies the Dynamex “ABC Test.” Dynamex Decision Overview The California Supreme Court adopted a new test for classifying workers, including truck drivers, which presumes that workers are employees. Businesses will need to prove that a given worker is actually an independent contractor (IC), not an […]

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Railroad Crossing Safety Tips

Railroad crossings can be dangerous for any driver, but they are particularly hazardous for commercial truck drivers. Railroad-highway grade crossings are points in which a roadway and train tracks intersect. There are different types of grade crossings which may or may not contain different warning signs or devices such as pavement markings or signage. Neither […]

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5 Tips for Proper Pallet Jack Use

Using a Pallet Jack is Part of the Job for Many Truckers. Make Sure You Know How to Operate One Safely. Most truckers are going to spend some significant time throughout their careers loading and unloading freight from trailers. Big or small, they’ll cube it all, but someone has to take it off the trailer […]

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How to Prevent Common Trucking Injuries

Truck driving is one of the most dangerous jobs in the country. Avoid common trucking injuries with these tips. Commercial truck driving is one of the most dangerous private sector occupations in the country year after year according to data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics between 1992 and 2017. In 2017 there were […]

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6 Tips to Adjust to Daylight Savings Time

Prepare your internal clock to “fall back” so you can stay focused on the road. Daylight savings time ends Sunday, November 3. Are you looking forward to getting that extra hour of sleep as we “fall back” this weekend?  Join the club!  However, studies show that the majority of folks don’t actually get that promised […]

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2019 IFDA Distribution Solutions Conference: Meet Our Team at Booth #502!

Join us at the 2019 IFDA Distribution Solutions Conference!     The TransForce Group team is wrapping up trade show season with the 2019 Distribution Solutions Conference, presented by the International Foodservice Distribution Association. Visit booth #502 during the event which takes place October 27-29 in Orlando. Meet the team Below are the team members […]

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American Trucking Association MCE 2019: Meet Our Team at Booth #8081!

Join us at the ATA MCE 2019 in San Diego!     The TransForce Group team is hitting the road for another exciting trade show. From October 5-9, they’ll join other trucking industry professionals at the ATA Management Conference & Exhibition. Meet the team Below are the team members who will be representing the TransForce […]

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Women in Trucking Accelerate! Conference & Expo: Meet Our Team at Booth #226!

TransForce Group Staff Gears Up for the Accelerate! Conference & Expo in Dallas.     The trucking industry conference season is in full swing, and our next stop is the Accelerate! Conference & Expo presented by Women in Trucking. TransForce Group leaders will be on-site September 30-October 2, 2019 in Dallax, TX. Meet the team […]

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TransForce Helps Motor Carriers Navigate AB5

AB5, based on the California Dynamex decision, changes the employment landscape for independent contractors.   On Wednesday, September 18, 2019, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Bill AB5 into law. Under AB5, 2 million independent contractors, including truck drivers, may need to be reclassified as employees. The law will go into effect January 1, 2020. TransForce […]

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TransForce Group Launches TACC, the One-Stop DOT Audit Solution

TransForce Group has launched a new product solution to help motor carriers with DOT compliance. TransForce Automated Compliance Center (TACC) is now the one-stop audit solution for today’s motor carriers.   External factors, such as increased crashes and out of service violations are making Federal Safety Investigators more aggressive in enforcing DOT regulations. Motor carriers may […]

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