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Welcome to TMC’s EXHIBITION
2017 Annual Meeting DIRECTORY
& INDUSTRY
& Transportation REFERENCE
Technology Exhibition GUIDE
2017 Annual Meeting &
Novel Approaches to Transportation Technology Exhibition
Industry Challenges Music City Center
Nashville, Tenn. • February 27 - March 2

Trucking’s Complete Technology Trade Show—


That’s what TMC’s 2017 Annual Meeting & Transportation TABLE OF CONTENTS
Technology Exhibition delivers. From brakes to bearings, from
scanners to software, the Technology & Maintenance Council’s EXHIBITION SCHEDULE.............................1
Study Groups and Task Forces cover it all. EXHIBIT VIEWING REGULATIONS............2
EXHIBITION INFORMATION.......................4
More than just a trade show, TMC is home to trucking’s leading
ADVERTISING INDEX.................................4
fleet professionals, vehicle manufacturers, and component
TMC STAFF..................................................4
suppliers. It is the industry’s leading forum for getting things done
collaboratively. EXHIBITOR PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS...... 6
EXHIBIT FLOORPLAN..........................92-93
TMC is a place for serious work, and our dedication to the EXHIBITOR LIST (ALPHABETICAL).....94-98
cooperative development of voluntary industry best practices is EXHIBITOR LATE ADDITIONS..................98
evident through the publication of the Council’s Recommended
Engineering and Maintenance Practices. These practices
EXHIBITION SCHEDULE
represent more than 60 years of industry knowledge. Today,
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27
TMC’s growth and strength comes from its pioneers and
visionaries who have dedicated much of their lives to the Council. 6:30 - 9 pm........................ Exhibition Grand Opening

Fleet or supplier, TMC offers so much for you. We’re North TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
America’s premier technical conference for trucking, and it’s 10:15 am - 2:15 pm................................ Coffee Break,
an event you simply must attend to stay current on industry Walk-Around Luncheon &
practices. At TMC, we’re turning experience into practice. Exhibition Viewing
6 - 7:30 pm..............Exhibition Viewing & Reception
We welcome you to Nashville!
ACT 1 is a Premier Sponsor WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1
of TMC’s 2017 Annual Meeting & 9 am- 12:30 pm.......................... Final Viewing Period
Transportation Technology Exhibition & Coffee Break

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EXHIBIT VIEWING REGULATIONS
Exhibitor badges are not required to admit your per-
sonnel to the exhibit area for the purpose of setting-
up/dismantling your booth. Badges are required for
persons staffing booths during scheduled viewing
periods. Exhibitors will be provided complimentary ex-
hibitor badges according to square footage purchased
as follows:

SQ. FT. & # of BADGES


100-300 3 900-1200 8
400-600 4 1300 & Up 12
700-800 6 Trailer Only 4

If you require more than your allotted complimentary


Rules and Regulations exhibitor badges, there will be a charge of $125.00 for
Here are some rules and regulations attendees should each additional badge. Exhibitor personnel are not
know for TMC’s 2017 Annual Meeting & Transportation permitted to “sell” in the aisles outside of their booth
Technology Exhibition. space. This policy will be strictly enforced by TMC’s
Sergeant-at-Arms Committee.
Badge Regulations
NOTE: Exhibitor badges will not admit your personnel
Fleet, Service Dealer, Educational, Government to Council meetings, business sessions, or food and
& Spouse Meeting Registrants social functions outside of the exhibit hall.
Registrants with yellow, blue, black stripe, white or
pink badges may attend all scheduled viewing peri- Replacement Badges
ods. No restrictions apply! The following badge colors Once you have claimed and signed for your company’s
designate the attendee category: pre-ordered badges in Nashville, the following charges
will apply to replace ANY lost or replacement (name
Yellow.....................................................................Full/Fleet change) badges (does not include corrections). Please
Black Stripe............................................. Service Dealers note that all badge replacement requests will be
Blue..................................................................Government tracked by computer:
Black Stripe........................................................Educators • To replace a badge the first time:
Pink......................................................................... Spouses $25 charge for each badge, paid by cash, company
White..................................................................Guest/Staff check or credit card at the TMC Registration Desk
in Nashville. No direct billing is available.
Associate Meeting Registrants • To replace a badge the second-time:
Associate meeting registrants are permitted to at- $50 charge for each badge, paid by cash, company
tend all exhibit viewing periods and Annual Meeting check or credit card at the TMC Registration Desk.
events provided they are fully registered for the Annual No direct billing after the meeting is available.
Meeting. The following badge color designates this
attendee category: Exhibit Prize Drawings
At every viewing period, TMC has prize drawings for
Blue......................................................................Associates fleet attendees. As you enter the exhibit hall for each
drawing period, deposit your prize ticket in the draw-
Exhibitor-only Registrants ing bowl at the TMC Prize Desk, Booth 135. As you visit
Admission to the exhibit area is by badge only. Security the exhibit booths, listen for your name to be called
personnel will be on duty at all entrances. The follow- over the speakers. You may win of one of many prizes
ing badge color designates this attendee category: provided courtesy of this year’s sponsoring companies.
Exhibit Bingo Cards: Fleet attendees who complete
Orange............................................................ Exhibitor Only their card will get a chance to win gift card prizes dur-
ing the last viewing period on Wednesday.

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STEMCO
Because we know that you are
also managing this fleet.

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Your trucks and trailers aren’t the only fleet on your mind. Whether it’s your drivers
and equipment, or those sharing the road with them, roadway safety is of the utmost
importance for us all. At STEMCO, we design and build our components to be the
safest, most durable on the road. For their safety. And your peace of mind.

Making the Roadways Safer® | STEMCO.com | 800-527-8492 Visit us at Booth #834


EXHIBIT INFORMATION & ADVERTISING
Security Service
Security service will be on the premises of the Con- Thank You TMC Advertisers!
vention Center 24 hours a day commencing Saturday,
February 25 through Thursday, March 2. Admittance to TMC extends a special thank you to
the exhibit area is permitted during all official setup, those companies that have cho-
exhibit and tear-down time periods. sen to advertise in this year’s 2017
Exhibition Directory and Industry
Reference Guide. Their advertising
Technology & Maintenance Council support allows TMC to distribute
Staff this valuable resource to both TMC
Annual Meeting attendees and our
entire membership.
Executive Director
Carl Kirk.......................................................703-838-1766 ADVERTISING INDEX
Technical Director
Allison..............................................................................29
Robert Braswell.........................................703-838-1776 Bendix................................................................................9
Director of Council Development BMO Transportation Finance.........................................75
Bridgestone.....................................................................25
Janet Howells-Tierney..............................703-838-1761 Castrol.............................................................................31
Manager, IT & Engineering Programs CCJ...................................................................................61
Ross Froat...................................................703-838-7980 Chevron Lubricants.........................................Back Cover
ConMet..............................................................................5
Information Manager Cummins...........................................................................7
Marsh Galloway.........................................913-498-2162 Dana.................................................................................45
VMRS Services Manager Decisiv.............................................................................51
Detroit..............................................................................73
Jack Poster.................................................703-838-7928 Eaton................................................................................57
Admin. & Member Services Assistant GeoTab..................................................Inside Front Cover
Cori Hicks....................................................703-838-1763 Goodyear.........................................................................43
TMC Main Number................................703-838-1763 Great Dane......................................................................39
Great West Casualty Company......................................49
Hendrickson....................................................................27
IANA................................................................................. 11
Kenworth Truck Company..............................................33
Technology & Maintenance Council Love’s Travel Stops..........................................................35
TMC/ATA Exhibit & Sponsorship Sales Lytx..................................................................................37
McLeod Software...........................................................15
Meritor.............................................................................21
Vice President of Business Development Meritor.............................................................................67
Michelin...........................................................................13
Joseph Hite.................................................703-838-1927 Noregon...........................................................................69
Director of Exhibits and Sponsorships Omnitracs........................................................................23
Dan Duggan...............................................703-838-1756 Peterbilt...........................................................................53
Stemco..............................................................................3
Manager of Event Development Administration TigerTool/Airworks.........................................................41
Janine Taylor.............................................703-838-1923 TMC........................................................Inside Back Cover
TMC Friend of the Technician - Gold.............................71
This book is published by the Technology & Mainte- TMC Friend of the Technician - Platinum......................19
TMCSuperTech2017......................................................100
nance Council of the American Trucking Associations, TMW................................................................................65
Inc. Reproduction of this work without the written Transport Topics .......................................................55, 95
permission of the Technology & Maintenance Council Truckers Friend................................................................77
of the American Trucking Associations is illegal. VMRS Certified Specialist..............................................47
Volvo Trucks.....................................................................17
Zonar................................................................................63
© 2017, TMC/ATA

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2017 TMC EXHIBITORS
3M Booth 3054 AeroWALL Dynamics Booth 2254
3M Center Building 0223-6N-01 416 Mary Lindsay Polk Drive, Suite 508
Saint Paul, MN 55144-1000 USA Franklin, TN 37067 USA
(651) 736-4063 (844) 376-2376
dlwoods@meguiars.com info@goaerowall.com
3Mcollision.com www.goaerowall.com
We provide the automotive, heavy-duty truck and AeroWall Dynamics builds first to market, intelligent
commercial vehicle industry with premium sanding and solutions [automated devices] that improve aerodynamics
grinding abrasives, body fillers, buffing and polishing for tractor-trailers, raising the bar for fuel efficiency and
products as well as spray equipment and paint tools. road safety. The AeroWall™ is the only product in the
market that is mounted on the tractor that closes the gap
Accuride Wheel End Solutions Booth 1222 that exists between the tractor and the trailer.
7140 Office Circle
Evansville, IN 47715 USA Agility Fuel Solutions Booth 3032
(812) 962-5000 5117 NW 40th Street
sales@accuridecorp.com Lincoln, NE 68524 USA
www.accuridewheelendsolutions.com (402) 470-8451
Accuride Wheel End Solutions is the industry’s only single julie.kundhi@agilityfs.com
source to supply both steel and aluminum wheels and a agilityfuelsolutions.com
range of wheel-end components for commercial vehicle Agility Fuel Solutions is the leading provider of highly-
OEM, fleet and aftermarket customers. Accuride delivers engineered and cost-effective natural gas fuel systems and
products proudly made in the USA with reliable quality and Type 4 cylinders for medium- and heavy-duty commercial
performance, competitive prices and lead times. vehicles for local, regional and long-haul applications.
Agility has been manufacturing natural gas products for
Advantage PressurePro Booth 2738 over 20 years, logging billions of miles on the road per year.
205 West Wall Street
Harrisonville, MO 64701 USA Air-Weigh Booth 640
(816) 887-3505 1730 Willow Creek Circle, Ste. 100
sales@pressurepro.us Eugene, OR 97404 USA
www.pressurepro.us (541) 349-8590
PressurePro’s market-leading and american made tire tricia.baker@air-weigh.com
performance management solutions continue to add www.air-weigh.com
savings, efficiency and safety for users by arming drivers Air-Weigh manufactures onboard scales for the trucking
and fleet managers with real time, in-cab or remote tire industry. Made in the USA, our scales help you manage the
performance data. Lead by PressurePro’s proven sensor weights of all your trucks and trailers.
technology, PressurePro’s TPMS solutions offer customers
the market’s most customizable and easy-to-use TPMS Airworks Booth 2644
solution. Learn more at www.pressurepro.us. 160-34434 McConnell Road
Abbotsford, BC V2S 7P1 CAN
Aero Industries Booth 2218 (604) 855-1133
4243 W Bradbury Ave. info@airworks.com
Indianapolis, IN 46241 USA www.airworks.com
(800) 535-9545 Airworks Genesis is a revolutionary 12-volt AC system
info@aeroindustries.com created by Tiger Tool. With 30+ years of experience in
aeroindustries.com the trucking industry, Tiger Tool knows the importance of
Fuel saving devices for vans, reefers and flatbeds from the performance, quality, and safety. These core principles
nation’s leading manufacturer of innovative tarp systems conceptualized the Genesis — the most advanced, idle-free
and accessories. Current products include the Conestoga cab-comfort solution that’s perfect for individual rigs and
XP sliding tarp system for flatbeds and the Easy Cover front- entire fleets.
to-back flip tarp system for dumps.

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CUMMINS

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Cummins is reinventing the heavy-duty engine category with two unique X15™ engines.
The X15 Efficiency Series has the highest compression ratio in the industry, for unmatched
fuel efficiency and responsiveness, delivering up to 1850 lb-ft of torque starting at 1000 rpm.
The X15 Performance Series delivers unprecedented power, with up to 605 hp and 2050 lb-ft
peak torque. Plus, every X15 engine comes with over-the-air calibration capability, a Single Module™
aftertreatment system, the most powerful engine brake in the industry and extended service
intervals, for maximum uptime. Two X15 engines. Zero compromises. Learn more at
Booth 2716 or visit cumminsengines.com.

©2017 Cummins Inc., Box 3005, Columbus, IN 47202-3005 U.S.A.


2017 TMC Exhibitors
Alcoa Wheel Products Booth 2200 programs. ALS offers a variety of comprehensive analysis
1616 Harvard Ave. packages and over 150 ASTM test procedures for in-service
Cleveland, OH 44105 USA lubricants, fuels, coolants, grease and metalworking fluids.
(216) 641-4643 ALS provides online data management tools and reports as
brian.thomas@alcoa.com well as training related to fluids analysis.
www.alcoawheels.com
Aluminum wheels. Aluminum Wheels MFG Inc. Booth 2356
820 S. Rockefeller Ave., #D
Alkon Corporation Booth 1141 Ontario, CA 91761 USA
728 Graham Dr. (909) 975-4811
Fremont, OH 43420 USA davidli@alu-wheels.com
(419) 333-7000 www.alu-wheels.com
sales@alkoncorp.com Heavy-duty truck aluminum wheels and steel wheels for
www.alkoncorp.com all kinds of semi-truck, dump truck, dump truck lifted axle,
Manufacturers of a variety of pneumatic products including lowboy trailer, bus, motorhome as well as medium-duty
our Trans-Dot line of fittings and valves for markets truck/tow truck with all kinds of unique style such as
such as trucks, trailers, RV, bus, rail, suspensions, cabin classic, old school style stud-piloted bolt hole.
controls, etc. Valves meet all environmental and application
requirements. Push to Connect DOT fittings that meet all AMBEST, Inc. Booth 2612
requirements of FMVSS 106, etc. Customer valves and 5115 Maryland Way, Suite 300
fittings can be designed around the customers need. Brentwood, TN 37027 USA
(615) 777-9143
Alligator North America Booth 1639 mmiller@am-best.com
50164 Pontiac Trail, Unit 1 www.am-best.com
Wixom, MI 48393 USA AMBEST delivers quality service at fair prices for both the
(248) 320-7362 maintenance, service, and fuel needs of its many clients.
blendi.bega@alligator-ventilfabrik.de
www.alligator-ventilfabrik.com American Kingpin Specialists, LLC Booth 2419
Alligator is the manufacturer of tire valves and sens.itHD PO Box 370030
TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) for trucks, a new Denver, CO 80237 USA
level of tire management. (303) 589-2265
richardkingpin@gmail.com
Allison Transmission, Inc. Booth 2514 kingpinspecialists.com
One Allison Way Kingpin Specialists offers a time-saving, cost-effective,
Indianapolis, IN 46222 USA non-invasive solution to repairing your trailers’ kingpins.
(317) 242-5000
heather.oehler@allisontransmission.com American Truck Wash Systems Booth 734
www.allisontransmission.com PO Box 5202
Allison Transmission is the world’s largest manufacturer of Missoula, MT 59806 USA
fully automatic transmissions for medium- and heavy-duty (406) 728-2170
commercial vehicles. mikeg@americantruckwash.com
www.americantruckwash.com
ALS Booth 2339 American Truck Wash provides all large vehicle fleet
10450 Stancliff Rd., Suite 210 owners with extremely high-quality, cost-efficient wash
Houston, TX 77099 USA systems designed to enhance their image, reduce
(281) 599-1242 maintenance costs, and extend the life of our customers
nainfo@alstribology.com equipment.
alsglobal.com
ALS is a global provider of laboratory testing services
specializing in predictive and preventative maintenance

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from air disc brakes to stability to our most advanced safety system ever: Bendix® Wingman®
Fusion™. Protect your fleet with camera*, radar, and brakes, all working together to deliver a new
level of performance in North America. The unexpected is up ahead – will you be ready?

The time to prepare is now. To learn how, visit safertrucks.com/solutions, email


safetysolutions@bendix.com, or call 1.800.AIR.BRAKE (1.800.247.2725) today.
Bendix safety technologies complement safe driving practices and are not intended to enable or encourage aggressive driving.
No commercial vehicle safety technology replaces a skilled, alert driver exercising safe driving techniques and proactive,
comprehensive driver training. Responsibility for the safe operation of the vehicle remains with the driver at all times.
*The camera is powered by the Mobileye System-on-Chip EyeQ processor with state-of-the-art-vision algorithms.

© Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, a member of the Knorr-Bremse Group. All Rights Reserved.
2017 TMC Exhibitors
American Trucking Associations’ Share the mission to improve safety and security for the material
the Road Highway Safety Program Booth 3006 handling industry and originally focused on the airline
950 N. Glebe Rd., Ste. 210 industry. We quickly realized that engineered products were
Arlington, VA 22203 USA needed in every market segment that moved quantities of
(703) 838-1836 cargo, and our comprehensive product lines were born.
sharetheroad@trucking.org Through the use of superior design, quality materials
www.atastr.org and attention to detail, Ancra’s advanced engineering
The American Trucking Associations’ Share the Road capabilities raised product performance to a new level.
is a highway safety program that delivers life-saving And as our engineers worked closely with customers to
messages to hundreds of U.S. cities and reaches millions of solve diverse cargo handling challenges, an additional need
motorists annually, designed to educate automobile drivers was discovered - for loading systems. Clearly, not only is it
about sharing the roads safely with trucks. The program, important to keep cargo secure in transit, it’s also important
sponsored by Mack Trucks, is represented by an elite to load and unload it safely and efficiently. Today, Ancra
team of professional truck drivers with millions of miles of products are hard at work on land, in the air, and on the sea,
accident-free driving. www.atastr.org. Follow the Share the serving all phases of the material handling industry.
Road on Twitter and Facebook.
Anthony Liftgates, Inc. Booth 2526
AMETEK Vehicular Instrumentation 1037 W. Howard St.
Systems Booth 141 Pontiac, IL 61764 USA
287 27 Road (815) 842-3383
Grand Junction, CO 81503 USA kwalker@anthonyliftgates.com
(970) 242-8863 anthonyliftgates.com
info.dixson@ametek.com Anthony Liftgates invented the liftgate in 1941, and has been
www.ametekvis.com a leading provider of liftgates for trucks and trailers of all
Design and manufacturer of precision instrumentation, sizes for over 75 years.
controllers and graphics display systems. Its primary
products are instrumentation, gauges, displays and control Aperia Technologies, Inc. Booth 644
modules for construction vehicles, off-highway vehicles, 1616 Rollins Road
specialty vehicles and over-the-road trucks. Additional Burlingame, CA 94010 USA
products include message centers, light bars, keypads, (415) 494-9624
modular instrumentation and control/display info@aperiatech.com
modules for agricultural vehicles, military vehicles and bus/ www.aperiatech.com
coach/RV applications. Serving tractors and trailers, Halo maintains optimal tire
pressure using patented, self-powered, bolt-on tire inflation
Ancra International Booth 2452 technology. Simple and versatile, Halo installs in minutes
2685 Circleport Dr. and operates virtually maintenance-free to increase MPG,
Erlanger, KY 41018 USA extend tire life, and prevent blowouts, resulting in proven
(800) 233-5138 ROI at a low total cost of ownership.
jenniferramsey@ancra.com
www.ancra.com ASA Electronics Booth 1735
Ancra International’s mission is to be a profitable world- 2602 Marina Dr.
class leader in the area of cargo handling and restraint Elkhart, IN 46514 USA
systems by providing quality products on time with the (574) 264-3135
greatest value to our customers. We are focused on info@asaelectronics.com
our customers, meeting and striving to exceed their www.asaelectronics.com
expectations.Whether it’s pallets, passengers, cars or Voyager rear and side auto pairing camera systems, Jensen
crates — when you’re responsible for moving cargo, you Heavy-duty stereos and DVR recorders.
need the best restraint systems available. The security
of your load means everything. Ancra International was
founded in 1969 with your security in mind. We started with

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
ASE Booth 916 ATR Transmission Remanufacturing Inc. Booth 2649
101 Blue Seal Dr., SE 1019 Noel Ave.
Leesburg, VA 20175 USA Wheeling, IL 60090 USA
(703) 669-6600 (847) 213-9442
sowen@ase.com katie.kuempel@atreman.com
www.ASE.com www.atreman.com
ASE is a not-for-profit organization providing independent ATR was created to be a world-class remanufacturer of
certification credentials for technicians, service fleet transmissions. Our target market is very focused
consultants, parts specialists and other automotive service and we’re driven to exceed the needs and expectations
professionals in the OE and aftermarket industry segments. of our customers. We are the foremost leader in Allison®
Information on test content, dates and pricing available at and light-duty transmission remanufacturing in the fleet
our booth. For more information about ASE, visit www.ase. industry.
com.
ATRO Engineered Systems, Inc. Booth 2049
AssetWorks LLC Booth 2548 6 Bolte Lane
998 Old Eagle School Road Saint Clair, MO 63077 USA
Wayne, PA 19087 USA (800) 325-6114
(610) 687-9202 atro@atrobushing.com
info@assetworks.com www.atrobushing.com
www.assetworks.com ATRO Engineered Systems, Inc. is a premier design/
AssetWorks develops software and hardware technology, manufacturing/distribution company with a history
as well as customized consulting services, for asset and of delivering technologically advanced polyurethane
infrastructure intensive organizations. Our technology and suspension components to the heavy truck, trailer and bus
services are designed to help organizations of all sizes industries. ATRO’s innovative products, diverse aftermarket
manage and maintain their assets including fleets, facilities, distributor network and OEM customer base has positioned
consumables, equipment, property and infrastructure them to lead in the emerging market for longer-lasting
efficiently and cost-effectively. polyurethane parts.

Atlantic Dynamics, LLC Booth 948 Auburn University - National Center


75 Dartmouth Street for Asphalt Technology Booth 2546
South Portland, ME 04106 USA 1600 Lee Rd. 151
(207) 767-7529 Opelika, AL 36804 USA
bob.provencher@atlanticdynamics.com (334) 844-6855
www.safeconnectsystems.com stilljl@auburn.edu
Manufacturers of the patented SafeConnect Electric www.pavetrack.com
Standby Connection System for transport refrigeration The National Center for Asphalt Technology at Auburn
units (TRUs). SafeConnect allows Carrier-Transiclod and University is a 1.7 mile research track. We offer TMC/
Thermoking diesel/electric refrigeration units to safely plug- SAE fuel economy testing as well as component durability
in to electric grid power. The system’s six conductor quick- testing and facility rental for various research needs.
disconnect design eliminates the probability of hazards that
occur with all other traditional plug-in designs. SafeConnect
is the “better mousetrap.” SafeConnect protects people and
equipment from high-voltage arcing, shock, electrocution,
drive-offs, scarred plug contacts, voltage drops, and the
resulting exposure to corporate liability. A “must have”
product if you intend to plug-in reefer trucks or trailers!

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2017 TMC EXHIBITORS
Aurora Parts & Accessories, LLC. Booth 1454 components, hoods, exhaust lights, switches and trailer
500 S. Enterprise Blvd. components.
Lebanon, IN 46052 USA
(800) 621-7949 AutoSock Booth 315
marketingservices@auroraparts.com 1140 S. Jason St.
www.AuroraParts.com Denver, CO 80223 USA
Aurora Parts is a single source OES provider of aftermarket (720) 219-0142
parts, with an expansive inventory of high-quality cabourezk@mcgeecompany.com
trailer, container/chassis and truck body parts for the www.AutoSock.US
transportation industry. Aurora is the exclusive supplier of Approved as an alternative traction device to tire chains
authorized Wabash National® parts and offers a complete across the USA.
inventory of Fruehauf, DuraPlate®, Lufkin, Transcraft®,
Benson®, and Pro-Par® products. Avery Dennison Booth 2457
8080 Norton Parkway
Auto Meter Products Inc. Booth 1339 Mentor, OH 44060 USA
413 West Elm Street (800) 292-8379
Sycamore, IL 60178 USA graphic.orders@averydennison.com
(815) 762-4297 graphics.averydennison.com
john_cathey@autometer.com Our high-performance, pressure-sensitive materials are
www.autometer.com found in thousands of products used every day around the
Auto Meter Products is a premier manufacturer of world – in digital, screen print and sign cut applications
professional battery and electrical system testing for fleet graphics. Our comprehensive fleet portfolio is
equipment and intelligent battery chargers for the heavy- designed to meet every graphic for all fleet sizes.
duty truck market.
Av-Tekk Charge - Air Systems Booth 636
Autocar Trucks Booth 320 4710 Allmond Ave.
551 S. Washington St. Louisville, KY 40209-0389 USA
Hagerstown, IN 47346 USA (502) 361-1181
(765) 439-0279 jerrywilson@dieselusa.com
mdiehl@autocartruck.com dieselusa.com
www.autocartruck.com Av-Tekk Heavy-duty All Makes Charge-Air Coolers and EGR
Autocar® is a custom heavy-duty truck manufacturer that Coolers is the nation’s leading brand for low-cost durability.
produces the only terminal tractor/hostler in the market Av-Tekk solutions offers a new seven-year unlimited miles
that features an all-steel operator’s cab and fully fabricated warranty. See them online at avtekk.com.
frame, with proven success in reliability/durability,
productivity, user-friendliness, and safety year-over-year. AXN Heavy Duty Booth 2130
Autocar Solutions® provides best-in-class 24-hour tech 5534 National Turnpike
support service which ensures that any downtime is Louisville, KY 40214 USA
addressed promptly, efficiently, and with expertise. (502) 882-9122
csmith@axnheavyduty.com
Automann Booth 2052 www.axnheavyduty.com
850 Randolph Road AXN is a vertically integrated world class manufacturer of
Somerset, NJ 08873 USA truck and trailer undercarriage systems including axles,
(201) 529-4996 brakes, dolly legs, suspensions and related components.
danny@automann.com
www.automann.com
Aftermarket truck and trailer parts: air brake and wheel,
suspension, leaf springs air springs, shock absorbers
front end components, polyurethane components, cabin

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T H E A B I L I T Y T O D O M O R E
2017 TMC Exhibitors
AZZ Galvanizing Booth 1452 Since 1944, Bauer Built has been providing customers
3100 West 7th Street, Suite 500 with tire solutions from leading manufacturers including:
Fort Worth, TX 76107 USA Michelin, BFGoodrich, Uniroyal, Continental, Kumho,
(817) 810-0095 General, Hercules and Michelin Retread Technologies.
info@azz.com Bauer Built also offers key services provided by highly
www.azz.com trained technicians following industry standards. Bauer
AZZ is the largest galvanizer in the world, able to protect Built. Built on Service.
truck and trailer components with the most proven of
corrosion protection technologies. Our kettles range up Bee Line Company Booth 2416
to 62 feet in length and as deep as 12.5 feet. We have 43 2700 62nd Street Ct.
facilities in the US and Canada to handle our customer Bettendorf, IA 52722 USA
requirements with speed and excellence! (563) 332-4066
tkane@beeline-co.com
Babcox Media/Fleet Equipment www.beeline-co.com
Magazine Booth 2051 Bee Line Company is the leader in heavy-duty tractor and
3550 Embassy Parkway trailer wheel alignment and frame correction systems. In
Akron, OH 44333 USA business since the 1920’s, Bee Line Company has become
(330) 670-1234 the world’s leading manufacturer of wheel alignment, on-
tpurnell@babcox.com truck tire balancing and frame correction equipment for
www.fleetequipmentmag.com heavy-duty trucks and trailers.
Fleet Equipment covers all the latest industry news and
in-depth features related to trucks, tractors and trailers, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems Booth 2208
including detailed information on the latest equipment 901 Cleveland St.
components. Fleet Equipment tracks industry equipment Elyria, OH 44035 USA
trends, focusing on the issues that help fleets run the most (800) 242-7253
efficient and productive trucks on the road. info@bendix.com
www.bendix.com
Baldwin Filters Booth 1637 Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems develops and
4400 E. Hwy. 30 supplies leading-edge active safety technologies, energy
Kearney, NE 68848 USA management solutions, plus Bendix® brand air brake
(308) 234-1951 charging and control systems for medium- and heavy-duty
Julie.Sheckler@clarcor.com vehicles across North America. Our driver assistance
www.BaldwinFilters.com systems – including AutoVue® Lane Departure Warning
Baldwin Filters offers heavy-duty lube, air, fuel, coolant, and SafetyDirect® – deliver best-inclass safety solutions.
hydraulic and transmission filters for over-the-road vehicles Visit www.bendix.com. Follow us at http://twitter.com/
and off-road equipment, as well as industrial, agricultural, Bendix_CVS.
automotive and marine applications. Baldwin Filters meets
or exceeds our customers’ expectations by providing Bergstrom Inc. Booth 510
high-quality filtration products supported by outstanding 2390 Blackhawk Rd.
customer service, support, and follow-up. The brand stands Rockford, IL 61109 USA
for quality, performance, and dependability. (815) 874-7821
marketing@bergstrominc.com
Bauer Built Tire & Service Booth 516 www.bergstrominc.com
1111 W. Prospect St, PO Box 248 Bergstrom Inc., a global leader for over 65 years in climate
Durand, WI 54736 USA control solutions, supplies OEM A/C and heating systems
(715) 672-4295 for a variety of markets including the truck industry.
info@bauerbuilt.com By combining engineering talent, lean manufacturing
www.bauerbuilt.com principals and a global footprint, Bergstrom offers a unique
Bauer Built Inc. is one of the largest commercial tire blend of marketplace focus and customer value.
dealers and retread manufacturers in the United States.

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Innovation
that moves you.

VOLVO
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Volvo Trucks’ SuperTruck concept vehicle offers a glimpse into the future of
fuel savings, achieving a remarkable 88 percent freight efficiency improvement
with fuel economy topping 12 mpg. Many of the innovative aerodynamic solutions
featured in this project can already be found in the Volvo VNL. And our new
powertrain will offer additional fuel savings by featuring the SuperTruck’s wave piston
design, common-rail fuel injection system and turbo compounding.
Learn more: Supertruck.volvotrucks.us

Fuel Efficiency Volvo Trucks. Driving Progress


2017 TMC Exhibitors
BG Innovative Safety Systems Booth 2617 Blue Beacon Truck Washes Booth 3122
228 Rush St. PO Box 856
Lexington, TN 38351 USA Salina, KS 67402-0856 USA
(731) 467-0434 (785) 826-8250
andre.gist@migllc.com wash@bluebeacon.com
www.bgsafetysys.com www.bluebeacon.com
The Lighting Bug is intelligent safety lighting technology Blue Beacon Truck Washes — the Nation’s leading
for all transportation vehicles. Our technology supplements truck wash chain with over 100 – 24 hour locations.
pre-existing lighting controls to ensure safe and adequate Complete expense control via electronic, web-based
lighting when failures occur on the road. billing and frequency management systems. Over forty
years’ experience and thousands of completely satisfied
BG Products, Inc. Booth 2608 customers. An environmentally safe alternative to terminal
740 S. Wichita washing. Visit www.bluebeacon.com.
Wichita, KS 67213 USA
(316) 265-2686 Boreas Nitrogen Cooling Systems Booth 1851
lchamness@bgprod.com 307 Robins Drive
www.bgprod.com Troy, MI 48083 USA
BG Products, Inc. manufactures specialty products and (616) 414-2490
equipment for MD and HD trucks, and fleet applications. joanne.bjick@jfeindustries.com
We offer a complete line of maintenance products and www.boreassystems.com
equipment to service fuel systems, diesel particulate filters Boreas Nitrogen Cooling Systems for refrigeration in
(DPF), EGR systems, cooling systems and transmissions. transportation. Electrified, and supported by Solar with zero
emissions and fueled by nitrogen. Consistent temperature
Bitimec Truck Wash-Bots, Inc. Booth 1752 control with GPS and telematics data collection.
15 E. Putnam Ave.
Greenwich, CT 06830 USA BorgWarner Booth 306
(203) 340-9388 600 Corporation Dr.
info@wash-bots.com Pendleton, IN 46064 USA
www.wash-bots.com (765) 778-6532
Bitimec Truck wash machines are advanced, affordable, rstephens@borgwarner.com
power-brush systems delivering positive ROI to borgwarner.com
transportation fleets worldwide. A single operator can wash BorgWarner Inc. is a global product leader in clean and
up to 40 trailers in one shift; each unit in 6-8 minutes. The 15 efficient technology solutions for combustion, hybrid and
sq. ft. machines do not need a dedicated building and can electric vehicles. Transforming vehicles to more fuel
be tucked out of the way when not in use. efficient, cleaner technologies requires a collaborative
partner who understands the evolution of mechanical to
BlackBerry Limited Booth 1847 electric systems. Our expertise in both provides the critical
1001 Farrar Rd. underpinnings of efficient and powerful propulsion. For
Kanata, ON K2K 0B3 CAN more information, visit borgwarner.com.
(613) 591-0931
radar@blackberry.com
ca.blackberry.com/internet-of-things.html
BlackBerry Radar is an innovative end-to-end solution
providing intelligent, near real time trailer, chassis and
container tracking. The service comprises a state-of-the-art
ultra-low maintenance device and easy to use web-based
applications that provide continuous asset visibility and
near real-time analytics to make your logistics operations
more efficient.

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and its
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(PTDC) sincerely thank our

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2017 TMC EXHIBITORS
Bosch Automotive Service Solutions Booth 3037 BrightOrder
28635 Mount Road (Formerly PERFIT Computer) Booth 1547
Warren, MI 48092 USA 6450 Kitimat Road
(586) 242-3597 Mississauga, ON L5N 2B8 CAN
chalise.height@us.bosch.com (905) 501-0911
www.otctools.com terri.oswald@brightorder.com
In North America, the Bosch Automotive Service Solutions www.brightorder.com
Business Unit supplies dealerships, aftermarket and repair BrightOrder Fleet Maintenance Software supports
shops with a range of vehicle repair solutions. This includes maintenance needs for fleets.
testing and repair-shop technology, shop equipment,
specialty tools, diagnostic software, electric vehicle charging C.E. Niehoff & Co. Booth 1234
stations, dealership service programs and service training 2021 Lee Street
and information under the Bosch, OTC and Robinair brands. Evanston, IL 60202 USA
(847) 866-1536
Boss Shops Booth 1845 psremac@ceniehoff.com
3123 W. Stolley Park Rd. www.ceniehoff.com
Grand Island, NE 68801 USA C.E. Niehoff & Co. is a world-class designer and
(308) 381-2800 manufacturer of high-performance, high-output brushless
marketing@bosselman.com alternators and power management systems. Our multi-
www.bosstruckshops.com talented, in-house design and engineering team able to
Boss Shops are an industry leader in truck repairs, offering customize designs to fit the unique specifications of the
friendly and experienced service with certified mechanics toughest applications. Designed, tested and manufactured
at any of our 43 Boss Shops across the nation. Boss Shops in the U.S.A.
offer tires, preventative maintenance, brake, electrical,
drive train, air conditioning and other repairs, as well as 24- Capacity Trucks, Inc. Booth 1814
7-365 roadside assistance through our operator-owned call 401 Capacity Drive
center. Longview, TX 75604 USA
(800) 323-0135
Bremskerl North America, Inc. Booth 854 eddie.rutherford@capacitytrucks.com
1291 Humbracht Circle www.capacitytrucks.com
Bartlett, IL 60103 USA Capacity Trucks, Inc. is a leading global provider for
(630) 540-2790 terminal trucks. Capacity has provided terminal trucks
sales@bremskerl.com to the warehouse/distribution, intermodal, and port
www.bremskerl.com applications for over 45 years.
Non-asbestos, OE quality air disc brake pads and drum
brake linings. german designed and engineered. CardConnect Booth 2635
317 N. Racine
Bridgestone Booth 2322 Chicago, IL 60607 USA
535 Marriott Drive (312) 465-5241
Nashville, TN 37214 USA npaulson@cardconnect.com
(615) 937-3626 cardconnectprocessing.com
thomasrhonda@bfusa.com CardConnect is a leading provider of payment processing
trucktires.com and technology services that helps more than 50,000
Nashville, Tennessee-based Bridgestone Americas, Inc. merchants across the U.S., from Fortune 500 companies to
is an international family of companies that is rooted in small and midsized businesses, accept billions of dollars
innovation and dedicated to providing world-class tire and in card transactions each year. The company’s patented
rubber-related products and services that improve lives tokenization and gateway solutions make payment
around the globe. A leader in the tire and rubber industries, acceptance simple, integrated and secure.
we challenge ourselves to innovate and improve – not just
tires, but also a range of industries that touch our lives.

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RUN
WITH
THE
BULL.
MERITOR
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Being successful in business requires hard work,


perseverance and smart decisions. Like the
decision on who to trust as a partner. For more
than 100 years, Meritor has delivered advanced
technology, high-quality products and unmatched
service to help customers around the world run
successfully today and well into the future.
Run with the Best. Run With The Bull.

©2017 Meritor, Inc.


2017 TMC Exhibitors
Car-O-Liner Commercial Vehicles Booth 2745 CellTech Metals Booth 2455
29900 Anthony Drive 7811 Sendero Angelica
Wixom, MI 48393 USA San Diego, CA 92127 USA
(248) 313-1393 (858) 414-5373
wgruschow@car-o-liner.com dcox@celltechmetals.com
www.truckcam.com www.celltechmetals.com
The TruckCam brand features innovative and efficient CellTech Metals is a lightweight metal sandwich panel
products for wheel alignment as well as ACC and lane technology. CellTech delivers an engineered panel product
departure warning systems based on patented camera for various truck trailer and body solutions, specifically,
technology. walls, roofs, doors and floors. Our panels are customized to
meet specific application objectives, achieving favorable
Carrier Transicold Booth 2832 outcomes not available by other composite panels.
700 Olympic Drive
Athens, GA 30601 USA Centramatic Booth 1914
(706) 357-7242 5345 South Interstate 35 West
mary.udry@carrier.utc.com Alvarado, TX 76009 USA
www.trucktrailer.carrier.com (800) 523-8473
An industry leading transport refrigeration brand for more info@centramatic.com
than 45 years, Carrier Transicold provides customers www.centramatic.com
around the world with the most advanced, energy- “Onboard” tire and wheel balancers, auxiliary power unit
efficient and environmentally sustainable truck, trailer, rail, with HVAC and shore power, diesel fuel additive.
intermodal and marine refrigeration systems. For more
information visit us at www.trucktrailer.carrier.com Cetaris Booth 2544
2500 Regency Pkwy.
CCJ/RigDig by Randall-Reilly Booth 855 Cary, NC 27511 USA
3200 Rice Mine Road NE (479) 616-2234
Tuscaloosa, AL 35406 USA ldagostino@cetaris.com
(205) 349-2990 www.cetaris.com
lmeaux@randallreilly.com Cetaris is a world-class provider of Asset Maintenance &
www.randallreilly.com Management Solution, helping our clients manage millions of
Randall-Reilly has the capabilities and the tools to reach assets in over 60 countries. Our software provides the ability
your markets. Always innovate, always effective, we strive to analyze and forecast key business metrics to reduce costs
to know our industries better than anyone. We serve our and downtime, increase warranty reimbursement, improve
clients by providing insights into specific market segments, safety, maximize resources and streamline processes.
and then providing targeted platforms to engage with those
audiences. Your audience is here. Chargeback Gurus Booth 2651
115 Richardson Court, Suite B
CDX Booth 2236 Allen, TX 75002 USA
5 Wall St. (214) 785-9140
Burlington, MA 01803 USA sabrina@chargebackgurus.com
(800) 832-0034 www.chargebackgurus.com
info@jblearning.com Chargeback Gurus is an industry leader in chargeback
www.cdxlearning.com representation, winning an average of 80 percent of
CDX offers a learning system that equips technicians chargebacks for clients, and offering risk/vulnerability
with the skills and knowledge needed to accurately and assessment, chargeback prevention and online fraud
efficiently maintain a variety of heavy-duty vehicles. With prevention services for over 13 years. Our proprietary
courses customized to each tech’s needs, CDX trains application will help manage chargebacks and mitigate
technicians of all skill levels quickly and effectively, to get merchant account risk real-time. Let our innovative tools and
them back to work sooner. strategies protect your business and increase your ROI. Call
the Gurus at (866) 999-3758.

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OMNITRACS
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2017 TMC Exhibitors
Chart Industries Inc. Booth 2146 Clarke Power Services Booth 2648
1300 Airport Drive 3133 E. Kemper Rd.
Ball Ground, GA 30107-4547 USA Cincinnati, OH 45241 USA
(952) 758-8542 (717) 538-0665
karen.dray@chartindustries.com bwestermann@clarkepsi.com
www.chartindustries.com www.clarkepsi.com
LNG vehicle fueling solutions. VehiCare, fleet maintenance solutions provider, backed
by a network of over 200+ locations in the US and Canada,
Chemline - GatorHyde Booth 752 provides a state of the art, proactive vehicle maintenance
5151 Natural Bridge Ave. program that maximizes asset utilization while minimizing
Saint Louis, MO 63115 USA associated life cycle maintenance costs. Whether you
(314) 664-2230 prefer on-site dedicated fleet services or reliance on our
todd.ishmael@chemline.net network of 200+ fully equipped maintenance facilities,
www.chemline.net VehiCare offers a complete range of services to manage
Polyurea/polyurethane protective coatings against your fleet costs while ensuring your fleet is available for use
corrosion. when you need it.

Chevron Lubricants Booth 722 CMA / Double Coin Tires Booth 952
9401 Williamsburg Plaza, Suite 201 406 E. Huntington Drive, Suite 200
Louisville, KY 40222 USA Monrovia, CA 91016 USA
(800) 822-5823 (626) 301-9575
lubricants@chevron.com bob.odonnell@cmaintl.com
www.chevrondelo.com www.doublecointires.com
Chevron combines state-of-the-art technology with strong Double Coin’s wide range of products includes truck and
OEM relationships and industry knowledge to support your bus radial tires utilized by progressive fleets, dealers
business. Our Delo® heavy-duty engine oils, gear oils, and OEM’s in North America’s transportation industry.
transmission fluids, greases, and coolants are formulated to Double Coin’s Smart Money Fleet Program allows fleets to
meet the intense performance demands your vehicles face. purchase high-quality and competitively priced products at
From stop-and-go urban driving to long hauls across dusty, over 1,000 points of sale locations across North America.
rough roads, you can count on Delo® to help you go further. Visit www.doublecointires.com

Chicago Pneumatic Booth 1240 Cojali USA, Inc. Booth 2616


1800 Overview Dr. 7855 NW 29th Street
Rock Hill, SC 29730 USA Doral, FL 33122 USA
(517) 316-5999 (305) 960-7651
thomas.pelette@cp.com info@cojaliusa.com
www.cp.com www.jaltest.com
Pneumatic nut runner for tightening lug nuts on truck Cojali USA Inc. manufactures Jaltest, the industry-leading
wheels to very specific ft. lbs. Used by almost 100 trucking multibrand diagnostics solution for on- and off-highway
fleets in North America. Quiet, accurate, and virtually no commercial vehicles, ag, construction and marine vehicles.
vibration makes this the tool of choice by tire technicians A complete diagnostics solution which offers users the
and fleet managers. See why quiet and accurate make this possibility to optimize a shop’s resources by reducing a
tool so easy to use. vehicle’s down time and also increasing the number of
makes and models that can be technological solution
CITGO Petroleum Booth 2251 providers for the industry.
1293 Eldridge Parkway
Houston, TX 77077 USA
(832) 486-4449
awatson@citgo.com
citgo.com

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
Commercial Fuel Buyer Magazine Booth 2255 Cooper Tire / Roadmaster Booth 1352
15201 Mason Rd., Suite 1000-288 701 Lima Avenue
Houston, TX 77070 USA Findlay, OH 45840 USA
(832) 447-1275 (419) 429-6758
info@epicnewsdata.com mrsnyder@coopertire.com
www.commercialfuelbuyer.com www.coopertire.com
Commercial Fuel Buyer magazine is the downstream Showcasing our Roadmaster tire line.
petroleum industry’s newest information source for relevant
news and education, specifically for buyers of refined Corcentric Booth 1450
products for commercial enterprises. Commercial Fuel 7927 Jones Branch, Suite 3200
Buyer covers all topics related to fuels and fleet fueling, McLean, VA 22102 USA
from a high-level management overview down to the (877) 790-7272
operational details. mhahn@ameriquestcorp.com
www.corcentric.com
Commercial Vehicle Group— Corcentric provides cloud-based financial process
National Seating & Bostrom Booth 611 automation solutions, including accounts payable and
200 National Drive accounts receivable, e-invoicing, credit and collections
Vonore, TN 37885 USA management, working capital management, and reporting
(423) 884-4714 analytics. We digitize transactions across the network and
info@cvgrp.com enable companies to streamline, automate, and manage
www.cvgrp.com their transaction processes.
Truck suspension and static seats, mirrors and truck
mattresses. Counteract Balancing Beads Inc. Booth 2615
70 Watson Parkway South, Unit 8
ConMet Booth 314 Guelp, ON N1L 0C3 CAN
5701 SE Columbia Way (519) 837-3331
Vancouver, WA 98661 USA contact@counteractbalancing.com
(503) 866-0850 www.counteractbalancing.com
mark.jorgensen@conmet.com Counteract Balancing Beads is an automatic readjusting
www.conmet.com trouble-free lifetime balance of the tire and complete wheel
For over 50 years, ConMet has been a leading supplier of assembly. Counteract is the only internal balancing product
wheel end components to the commercial vehicle market. proven in two separate SAE and TMC Type II tests to
Our products include brake drums, hub assemblies, hub and improve fuel economy by balancing all wheel positions.
rotor assemblies, wheel bearings, wheel seals, and spindle
nuts. Crane Composites, Inc. Booth 1557
23525 W. Eames St.
Continental Tire The Americas Booth 2500 Channahon, IL 60410 USA
1830 MacMillan Park Drive (815) 467-8600
Ft. Mill, SC 29707 USA sales@cranecomposites.com
(704) 583-3900 www.cranecomposites.com
commercial.tireinfo@conti-na.com Crane Composites is the manufacturer of ArmorTuf,
www.continental-truck.com Kemlite and a variety of other fiberglass reinforced plastic
Continental has the goal of ensuring economic mobility in (FRP) composite panels. Inspired by the Kemlite tradition,
goods transport, passenger transit and construction-site Crane Composites has over 60 years of experience in
traffic by offering truck, bus, construction and specialty Transportation Products and is a recognized industry leader
tires for a wide spectrum of applications and service in frp applications. Crane Composites is your source for
conditions. The division’s products are successful both in liners, roofs, scuff, side skirts, and composite panels.
the original equipment and replacement markets.

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Hendrickson

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UNMATCHED
PASSION
TM

Hendrickson’s unmatched passion leads to the most


durable, lightweight, high-performing suspension systems
and components in the heavy-duty trucking industry. Our
passion for innovation enabled us to become the world’s
leading medium- and heavy-duty suspension, axle and brake
systems manufacturer; pushing the boundaries with technical
advancements in engineering and manufacturing processes
for over 100 years. Unmatched Passion™ – it’s catching on.
2017 TMC Exhibitors
Cummins Inc. Booth 2716 its customers’ Real Cost of Ownership makes it easy to
500 Jackson Street understand why Freightliner Trucks is the best-selling brand
Columbus, IN 47201 USA of heavy-duty Class 8 trucks in North America.
(812) 377-8021
john.c.kestler@cummins.com Dana Holding Corporation Booth 1334
cumminsengines.com 3939 Technology Drive
Cummins Inc., designs, manufactures, distributes and Maumee, OH 43537 USA
services diesel and natural gas engines and related (734) 347-8454
technologies. Headquartered in Columbus, Indiana, (USA) kelly.maher@dana.com
Cummins serves customers in approximately 190 countries, www.dana.com
approximately 600 company-owned and independent Dana provides axles, driveshafts, wheel hubs and tire
distributor locations, 7,200 dealer locations. Cummins management technologies to all the major original
earned $1.4 billion on sales of $19.1 billion in 2015. Follow equipment manufacturers.
Cummins on the Web at www.cumminsengines.com
DClimate Inc. Booth 2352
Custom Radio Corporation Booth 336 65 Patriots Landing Dr.
4012 Merchant Rd. Saint Charles, MO 63303 USA
Fort Wayne, IN 46818 USA (636) 352-8569
(260) 402-2344 sesha@nurturenergy.com
orders.customradio@customradio.net nurturenergy.com
www.customradio.net Design and manufacturers of DC air conditioners for
Truck audio systems, rear observation systems, wireless automobiles.
rear observation systems, mobile digital video recording
systems, high definition cameras, server hosting available Dealer Service Corporation Booth 946
for mobile digital video. 100 Cloverleaf Dr.
Winston Salem, NC 27103 USA
D&D Instruments Booth 2040 (336) 918-3524
2525 Winter Street NE kenc@dealerserviceparts.com
Minneapolis, MN 55413 USA www.bepco.biz
(612) 378-1224 Air brake compressors, valves, dryers, fan clutches, water
ejohnson@ddinstruments.com pumps, vacuum brakes and starters and alternators.
ddinstruments.com
D&D Instruments remanufactures instrument clusters for Decisiv Booth 212
International and Freightliner vehicles produced from. The 10900 Nuckols Road
company also repairs instrument clusters for most makes Glen Allen, VA 23060 USA
and models of heavy-duty trucks. The Expello Air Products (703) 906-3544
unit manufactures automatic drain valves for use with mriemer@decisiv.com
compressed air brake systems. www.decisiv.com
Decisiv is the world’s leading provider of Service
Daimler Trucks North America Booth 1300 Relationship Management (SRM) solutions for commercial
2477 Deerfield Dr. assets and the service event management platform behind
Fort Mill, SC 29715 USA leading OEM and service network solutions including Volvo
(803) 578-3000 and Mack ASIST, PACCAR Solutions (Kenworth TruckTech+
sarah.carrick@daimler.com and Peterbilt SmartLINQ), Hino INSIGHT, WheelTime LINQ,
www.freightlinertrucks.com Vehicare and NationaLease Fleet 20/20.
Freightliner Trucks, the largest division of Daimler Trucks
North America, manufactures Class 5-8 truck models that
serve a wide range of commercial vehicle applications.
Its commitment to innovation, technology and lowering

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ALLISON
PAGE 29

Allison’s TC10 Delivers ®

5% Better Fuel Economy

Real-World Testing Confirms Real-World Savings. Now you can have the reliable, driver-friendly operation
of an Allison fully automatic transmission and improve your Class 8 tractor fuel economy. In over the road tests, the Allison
TC10® automatic transmission improved fleet user fuel economy by 5% when compared to trucks equipped with their current
manual or automated manual transmissions (AMTs)—regardless of driver experience or expertise. Equipped with FuelSense®,
a unique package of software and electronic controls that maximizes operational efficiency, the TC10 quickly finds the right gear
saving fuel and money. To learn more, contact your truck dealer or visit allisontransmission.com/tc10.

© 2016 Allison Transmission Inc., All Rights Reserved.


2017 TMC Exhibitors
DENSO Commercial & Heavy Duty Booth 1644 Diesel Laptops Booth 2657
3900 Via Oro Avenue 763 Carriage Lake Drive
Long Beach, CA 90810-1868 USA Lexington, SC 29072 USA
(310) 834-6352 (888) 983-1975
info@densoheavyduty.com laurie@diesellaptops.com
densoheavyduty.com www.diesellaptops.com
Quality, Reliability and Value. At DENSO we’ve taken Diesel Laptops carries a complete line of commercial
everything we have learned as an OE manufacturer and truck, automotive, and off-highway diagnostic software,
applied it to our aftermarket product lines. Every component hardware, and laptop kits. Our products and services cover
that leaves our factories has been designed with precision, virtually everything on a vehicle such as diesel engines,
manufactured to OE standards and subjected to rigorous electronic transmissions, ABS systems, and more.
safety and performance tests.
DJ Products TrailerCaddy Booth 2914
DG Technologies Booth 1948 1009 4th St NW
33604 West Eight Mile Road Little Falls, MN 56345 USA
Farmington Hills, MI 48335 USA (612) 991-7174
(248) 888-2000 tomvansickle@mac.com
marketing@dgtech.com www.djproducts.com
www.dgtech.com The TrailerCaddy Heavy-duty Trailer Dolly is capable of
DG Technologies specializes in vehicle network solutions pushing and pulling large OTR trailers, tank, and lowboy
for all in-vehicle and controller area (CAN) networks. We trailers and heavy commercial equipment trailers up to
provide hardware and software products for diagnosing 100,000 lbs. The battery powered TrailerCaddy is the perfect
and reprogramming heavy-duty truck and bus, fleets, mass solution for anyone who has to move heavy trailers short
transportation, agriculture, construction, automotive, distances either indoors or outdoors. The TrailerCaddys’
industry control, robotics industries, and are used by the compact size, maneuverability, and variable speed make it
U.S. military. a more affordable yard truck alternative to traditional yard
tractors or pickup trucks.
Dhollandia US Booth 2522
12968 Santa Ana Ave. Dometic Corporation Booth 1049
Fontana, CA 92337 USA 2000 N Andrews Ave
(855) 856-8225 Pompano Beach, FL 33069 USA
tom.irwin@dhollandia.com (954) 633-3129
www.dhollandia.com Shryl.conner@dometic.com
Hydraulic liftgates. www.dometic.com
Dometic is the engineering leader of innovative products
Dickinson Fleet Services, LLC Booth 3044 that provide a comfortable mobile lifestyle, including
4709 W 96th Street engine-off auxiliary air conditioning systems, portable
Indianapolis, IN 46268 USA and built-in refrigerators and freezers, thermoelectric cup
(765) 479-2171 holders, and air purification.
sginn@dickinsonfleet.com
www.dickinsonfleet.com Donaldson Company, Inc. Booth 2113
Dickinson Fleet Services is the premier provider of all PO Box 1299
makes truck and trailer maintenance and repair with a Minneapolis, MN 55440 USA
nationwide footprint of mechanical, body and paint shops (952) 887-3202
supported by over 275 mobile on-site service units. Through lori.miske@donaldson.com
cutting edge tools like TRAIT® and Webwrench®, DFS www.donaldsonfilters.com
can provide anytime anywhere access to fleet operational Donaldson delivers the most comprehensive line of filtration
results. solutions for trucks and fleets, including fuel, lube, air,
coolant and transmission filters plus bulk fluid filtration and
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2017 TMC Exhibitors
Doran Manufacturing Booth 1236 Drew Technologies Inc. Booth 1536
2851 Massachusetts Ave. 3915 Research Park Drive, Suite A10
Cincinnati, OH 45225 USA Ann Arbor, MI 48108 USA
(888) 816-7233 (734) 222-5228
inforequest@doranmfg.com kcomstock@drewtech.com
www.doranmfg.com www.drewtech.com
Doran provides tire pressure monitoring systems for trucks Vehicle diagnostic adapters.
and trailers to fleets of all types and sizes. In addition to our
stand alone system, Doran offers integrated solutions with DuraFit / CDTi Booth 819
telematics providers along with a WiFi gate reader system 1621 Fiske Place
and our SmartLink TPMS tablet to reduce tire repair and Oxnard, CA 93033 USA
maintenance costs. (800) 753-3212
info@durafit-exhaust.com
Dorman Products Booth 2016 www.durafit-exhaust.com
3400 East Walnut St. We are a leading global manufacturer and distributor of
Colmar, PA 18915 USA heavy-duty diesel and light-duty vehicle emissions control
(267) 718-5127 systems and products to major automakers and retrofitters.
dwill@dormanproducts.com
www.dormanhdsolutions.com Duramax Booth 2755
We are a supplier of heavy-duty truck parts that were 1865 Corporate Drive, Ste. 230
formerly only available through the original equipment Norcross, GA 30093 USA
channel. Many of these parts have been re-engineered or (470) 275-9259
have upgraded material to overcome the primary point of kateyu@duraxmax.com
failure. www.duraxmax.com
Duramax is world’s leading manufacturing company for
Dossier Systems Booth 1635 heavy-duty air spring brakes and pistontype actuators
6 Terri Lane, Suite 700 for both s-cam and disc brakes known for long-lasting
Burlington, NJ 08016 USA durability, reliable performance and highest braking force.
(609) 747-8800 Guarantee longest warranty in the market.
sales@dossiersystemsinc.com
dossiersystemsinc.com Eagle Plastics & Rubber Company Booth 3041
Dossier software is designed to increase a customer’s 2212 Union Rd., Ste. 700, PMB 478
efficiency and profitability while ensuring safe operation Gastonia, NC 28054 USA
and regulatory compliance. The software is used by (704) 460-5619
fleets whose size spans from tens of thousands of assets gus@eaglemudflaps.com
operating in hundreds of locations, to small single-user, www.eaglemudflaps.com
singlelocation fleets, and everything in-between. Eagle Plastics & Rubber Co. specializes in high-quality
custom heavy-duty mud flaps for the truck and trailer
DPSI Booth 3128 industry and other truck accessories including rubber
1801 Stanley Rd. wheel chocks and safety products. Eagle Plastics Rubber
Greensboro, NC 27407 USA Co.’s mud flap offering includes polyethylene standard and
(800) 897-7233 anti-spray flaps available in multiple industry standard
john.blackard@dpsi.com sizes and colors that can be easily decorated with custom
www.dpsi.com logos or artwork, rubber blend products for customers that
DPSI provides maintenance software that enables our require a heavy-duty product but prefer the look, feel and
users to track all aspects of their fleet, manufacturing and properties of rubber, and economical compression molded
facility assets. rubber mud flaps.

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You’re only in business for one reason: to succeed. Experience the advantage of operating The World’s Best ® truck. Increase fuel
economy with features like the lighter 2017 PACCAR MX-13 engine, new highly efficient PACCAR axles and Advanced Driver Assistance
features that help drivers improve their overall performance. Also standard with every Class 8 Kenworth, TruckTech+ provides real-time
diagnostics technology that can identify issues for proactive maintenance. And get up-to-date service information with our real-time
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2017 TMC Exhibitors
East Manufacturing Booth 116 EBE Technologies Booth 1916
1871 State Route 44, P.O. Box 277 4430 Kennedy Drive
Randolph, OH 44265 USA East Moline, IL 61244 USA
(888) 405-3278 (309) 792-5550
sales@eastmfg.com ebe@ebe-inc.com
EastMfg.com www.ebeships.com
With nearly 50 years of trailer engineering experience, East EBE Technologies, founded in 1973, is the leading provider
manufactures aluminum flatbed and drop deck trailers. East of integrated document and content management, workflow
trailers maximize payload, delivering strength and durability and business process automation solutions for the
to meet the needs of all flatbed and drop deck trailer transportation and logistics industry. EBE SHIPS modules
applications. By incorporating lighter weight and longer include financials, logistics, recruiting, safety, mobile
lasting components, East trailers have higher resale value. capture and driver performance management. To learn
more, visit ebeships.com or call 1-800-447-0612.
East Penn Mfg. Booth 2623
102 Deka Rd. Eberspaecher Climate
Lyon Station, PA 19536 USA Control Systems Booth 2552
(610) 682-6361 6099A Vipond Drive
jmuir@dekabatteries.com Mississauga, ON L5T 2B2 CAN
www.dekabatteries.com (905) 670-0960
Lead-acid batteries. info-na@eberspaecher.com
www.eberspaecher-na.com
Eastern Pneumatics & Hydraulics, Inc. Booth 2844 Don’t let seasonal conditions keep you off the road!
40 Lowell Rd., #3 Trust Eberspaecher Climate Control Systems to keep you
Salem, NH 03079 USA warm and your engine running smoothly. Eberspaecher
(603) 893-7662 offers a comprehensive range of idle-free fuel operated
info@ephtools.com air and coolant pre-heaters. By using preheaters from
www.ephtools.com Eberspaecher you can expect reliable engine starts on
Eastern Pneumatics & Hydraulics, Inc. is a complete torque equipment, cab comfort, instant heat and defrost, pre-
tool specialty house. We provide torque equipment from heated critical fluids and increased DPF performance.
screwdrivers and wrenches to high-powered pneumatic,
hydraulic and electric torque tools, test equipment and Eco Flaps Booth 1245
controllers. 5210 Maryland Way, Suite 100
Brentwood, TN 37027 USA
Eaton Booth 1122 (615) 398-2300
13100 E. Michigan Ave. ecoflaps@ecoflaps.com
Galesburg, MI 49053 USA www.ecoflaps.com
(269) 342-3000 CLEAN. GREEN. MEAN. Eco Flaps are patented
LuaNMeave@eaton.com aerodynamic splash guards delivering unsurpassed
www.eaton.com safety, durability and fuel efficiency. The unique vented
Eaton is a power management company that provides design is proven to deliver significant fuel savings and
energy-efficient solutions that help our customers drastically reduces rainy day road spray. The durable nylon
effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical composition makes Eco Flaps virtually indestructible! Two-
power more efficiently, safely and sustainably. year warranty. Smartway verified.

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
EconCore Booth 853 Emission & Cooling Solutions Booth 610
Ambachtenlaan 25 1892 East Brooks Rd, Ste C
Heverlee, 03001 BEL Memphis, TN 38116 USA
(321) 638-1060 (901) 377-8080
bianka.nagy@econcore.com drpayant@gmail.com
www.econcore.com www.commercialradiatorrepair.com
EconCore is the market leader in technologies for economic Emission & Cooling Solutions for heavy-duty trucks We
honeycomb sandwich production. EconCore’s ThermHex specialize in managing fleets’ emission and cooling
technology allows producing honeycomb cores and needs. Also Exclusive Distributor for the FLASH CLEANER
sandwich panels in a fast, continuous, in-line process. MACHINE, Liquid DPF, DOC, and SCR cleaning.
Due to its high efficiency ThermHex technology is applied
typically in mass market applications allowing reductions of ENow Inc. Booth 2806
product’s cost and weight and consequently reductions of 133 Hallene Rd.
CO2 emissions. Warwick, RI 02886 USA
(401) 935-1070
EkoStinger Booth 2257 Ellen.flath@enowenergy.com
33 Saginaw Drive www.enowenergy.com
Rochester, NY 14623 USA ENow provides solar-based auxiliary power systems.
(855) 833-7940
hmantelmacher@ekostinger.com EPIC Worldwide LLC Booth 2524
www.ekostinger.com 1045 Palms Airport Drive
EkoStinger is an innovative trailer aerodynamics company. Las Vegas, NV 89119 USA
The two main products are the EkoStinger and the (617) 371-7534
EkoShield. The EkoStinger is an aerodynamic device that ed@epicworldwide.com
mounts in front of the trailers rear tandems and moves with www.epicworldwide.com
the tandems creating consistent aerodynamics saving you The KWIK ZIP Changeable Graphic System is the best
more fuel than any other product on the market. In addition, solution to a fast and cost-effective truck advertising
the EkoStinger reduces road mist by 70 percent, stabilizes campaign. It delivers high quality and affordable truck
the trailer in cross winds and reduces maintenance. The graphics. Change-outs of advertising on trucks take less
EkoShield covers the trailer1s I-Beams and Side rails than 30 minutes, once the initial KWIK ZIP frame is in place.
protecting them from the elements, providing a constant
fuel savings benefit and extends the life of the trailer. EROAD Booth 2329
7618 SW Mohawk Street
Elston Manufacturing Inc. Booth 718 Tualatin, OR 97062 USA
706 N. Weber Ave. (855) 503-7623
Sioux Falls, SD 57103 USA info@eroad.com
(605) 336-7716 www.eroad.com
sales@elstonmfg.com EROAD’s in-vehicle technology and global electronic
www.elstonmfg.com platform enables carriers to efficiently utilize their capital
Industry leader in cargo heaters and alternative traction and reduce the costs associated with fleet operations
devices. and management. EROAD offers a complete suite of user-
friendly compliance and telematics solutions, including
automated IFTA, electronic weight-mile tax, ELD-ready
electronic logbook, support for driver safety, vehicle
maintenance, fuel and fleet utilization reporting. www.
eroad.com

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
Ervin Equipment Booth 660 Exide Technologies Booth 2822
608 N. Ohio Street 13000 Deerfield Pkwy.
Toledo, IL 62468 USA Milton, GA 30004 USA
(217) 849-3125 (678) 566-9000
ppropst@ervinusa.com tbgna@exide.com
ervinusa.com www.exide.com
Ervin is a global equipment supplier that focuses on new Exide Technologies is a global provider of stored electrical
and used transportation equipment sales. We don’t just energy solutions—batteries and associated equipment and
sell equipment we also buy used equipment. In addition to services for transportation and industrial markets. With 127
offering a wide selection of new and used equipment, Ervin years of industry experience and operating in more than
has staff dedicated to assisting with financing and logistics. 80 countries, Exide produces and recycles a broad range
Ervin will help guide our customers through every step of of products that keep customers and their businesses
the acquisition process because we don’t just want to sell powering forward.
equipment; we want to be a partner because our customer’s
success is measured one customer at a time. EZ Claw, Inc. Booth 613
21525 Sandy Cove Rd.
ESOC Commercial Truck, Inc. Booth 2401 Cornelius, NC 28031 USA
29350 Wall Street (704) 896-8867
Wixom, MI 48393 USA info@ezclaw.com
(248) 624-7992 www.ezclaw.com
mcollins@esocinc.com EZ Claw, Inc. provides innovative tractor and trailer hose
www.esocinc.com and cable management systems. EZ Claw Truck, EZ Claw
ESOC Commercial Truck, Inc. designs and manufactures Yard Truck, EZ Claw Heavy-duty, EZ Claw Top Mount,
patented technology for exchanging diesel engine fluids EZ Claw Tandem Slider, EZ Claw Feed Tanker, EZ Claw
in a safe and clean process. ESOC Commercial Truck, Converter Dolly and EZ Claw Hose and Cable Holders.
Inc. provides global solutions for changing diesel fluids These products will last a lifetime and save significant
that eliminates contact with the fluid by the operator and money and avoid costly downtime.
most importantly, protects the environment with smart
responsible handling and disposal of fluid. Federal-Mogul Motorparts Booth 2148
27300 W. 11 Mile Road
Eveley International Corp. Booth 1857 Southfield, MI 48034 USA
665 Arvin Ave. (248) 354-7700
Stoney Creek, ON L8E 5R2 CAN Stephen.Voglewede@federalmogul.com
(905) 643-2697 fmmotorparts.com
geoff@eveley-int.com Federal-Mogul Motorparts sells and distributes a
www.eveley-int.com broad portfolio of products through more than 20 of the
Eveley International Corp. manufactures spring ride and world`s most recognized brands in the global vehicle
air ride suspensions, primary and self-steer axles, Eveley aftermarket, while also serving original equipment vehicle
also produces suspension and axle solutions for “custom” manufacturers.
applications.

Ex-Guard Industries Booth 2655


2323 Dean Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50317 USA
(888) 902-2777
melissa.godron@ex-guard.com
www.ex-guard.com
Manufacturer of bumper and grille guards for semi trucks.

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
FinditParts Booth 1748 Fleet Owner / American Trucker Booth 1551
1308 Factory Place, Ste. 112 11 River Bend Drive South
Los Angeles, CA 90013 USA Stamford, CT 06907 USA
(818) 554-9236 (800) 776-1246
tony@finditparts.com richard.white@penton.com
www.finditparts.com www.fleetowner.com
Founded in 2010 and based in Los Angeles, California, Fleet Owner is North America’s largest media outlet serving
FinditParts is the No. 1 supplier of heavy-duty truck and the commercial truck fleet market. It delivers industry news
trailer parts online. With more than six million regular and analysis to 321,000 executives and managers who are
stocking items and hard-to-find parts cataloged on its responsible for operating over eight million trucks that
easy-to-use website, FinditParts is the largest single- range from pickups to 18-wheel tractor-trailer combinations.
source supplier of OEM and aftermarket parts for every Subscribers are located exclusively at commercial truck
major brand. In addition to transparent pricing and same- fleets operating five or more vehicles. The magazine,
day shipping on popular items available in its regional website, and digital news publications provide information
distribution centers, FinditParts offers a no-hassle return about equipment, operations, vehicle maintenance, industry
policy and the industry’s most outstanding customer service regulations, information-management technology, and
from a knowledgeable support team servicing fleet buyers, global trends impacting the trucking industry.
owner/operators, service facilities and mechanics. To find
out more, visit www.finditparts.com or call 888-312-8812. Fleetco Inc. Booth 1341
3003 Brick Church Pike
Fitzgerald Collision & Repair Booth 2650 Nashville, TN 37207 USA
310 Oak Hill Rd. (615) 256-0600
Livingston, TN 38570 USA mbradshaw@fleetco.net
(931) 337-5784 www.fleetco.net
lisavanwesting@gmail.com Fleetco Inc. buys and sells fleets of used trailers nationwide
www.fitzgeraldcollision.com as well as being a new trailer dealer for Wabash National,
We specialize in repairing wrecked /damaged trucks and Reitnouer, Trail King, Dorsey, and others. Our service and
offer our clients quicker turn around times, at fair prices parts departments provide repairs and maintenance for
while maintaining the assurance the job is done right the trailers in the Tennessee area. Our leasing division supplies
first time. vans for all applications.

Fleet Maintenance Fleetline (Fontaine Spray) Booth 2637


(SouthComm Business Media, Inc.) Booth 2728 784 Bill Jones Industrial Drive
1233 Janesville Ave. Springfield, TN 37172 USA
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 USA (800) 332-6653
(800) 547-7377 twebb@fontainespray.com
muliss@fleetmag.com www.fleetlineproducts.com
vehicleservicepros.com Fleetline offers a full line of quarter fenders and mud flap
Fleet Maintenance is the leading magazine and information hanger brackets as well as a complete line of poly products
source for fleet managers, maintenance managers, and for single axle, half tandem and full tandem applications.
corporate managers that are responsible for keeping their
vehicles operating with maximum efficiency, productivity,
safety, cost reduction and uptime, through a maniacal
focus on fleet maintenance management. Our unique value
proposition: All Maintenance, All Management, All Vehicle
Classes, All the Time!

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We’ll prove it. For free.

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TIGER TOOL
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With the uncertainty in the market about performance and safety of 12V AC Systems,
Airworks is looking to prove to your entire fleet that our system is what you’ve been waiting for.
By focusing the design on performance, quality and safety, Airworks’ systems outperform
and outlast anything else on the market. See it for yourself.

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
FleetNet America Booth 723 FlowBelow Aero Inc. Booth 1052
300 Commerce Drive 9601 Dessau Rd., Bldg. 2
Cherryville, NC 28021 USA Austin, TX 78754 USA
(704) 435-3897 (512) 520-5350
sales@fleetnetamerica.com josh@flowbelow.com
www.fleetnetamerica.com www.flowbelow.com
FleetNet America® excels in vehicle maintenance and repair FlowBelow provides the only complete solution for
solutions for commercial and private fleets. We have the skill addressing the aerodynamic drag of the tractor drive
and the will to change the direction of fleet maintenance wheels. The FlowBelow Tractor AeroKit is now available
by reducing downtime, providing data to help reduce from the OEM for factory installation. The system consists
maintenance events and delivering best-in-class preventive of ‘quick-release’ wheel covers and tandem fairings to
maintenance compliance at the lowest total cost. provide smooth airflow across the entire truck.

FleetPride Truck & Trailer Parts Booth 2825 Fontaine Fifth Wheel Booth 2622
600 E. Las Colinas Blvd. 7574 Commerce Cir.
Irving, TX 75039 USA Trussville, AL 35173 USA
(469) 249-7585 (205) 746-3130
nationalaccounts@fleetpride.com crosato@fifwheel.com
fleetpride.com www.fifthwheel.com
At FleetPride, we’ve got your needs covered at locations Fontaine Fifth Wheel is the world’s largest dedicated
across the nation. Wherever the road takes you, we are fifth wheel manufacturer, and the innovator of the only
there with the parts, selection, quality brands and heavy- self-adjusting fifth wheel lock on the market: Fontaine No-
duty know-how to quickly solve your challenge. Thousands Slack® II. Fontaine® has earned a reputation for delivering
of parts — 260 locations in 45 states. One dedicated team the most reliable products backed by the best customer
committed to you. support in the industry.

FleetTruckParts.com Booth 1145 Freightliner Custom Chassis Booth 1112


1141 W Vermont Ave. 552 Hyatt St.
Calumet Park, IL 60827 USA Gaffney, SC 29341 USA
(708) 371-3800 (864) 206-8000
Rob@fleettruckparts.com pamela.little@daimler.com
www.FleetTruckParts.com freightlinerchassis.com
Truck parts distributor including collision, mechanical, and Established in 1995 and trusted by some of the most
accessories. respected names in the walk in van industry, Freightliner
Custom Chassis Corporation is a leading manufacturer of
Flexfab LLC Booth 2117 premium vehicle chassis.
1699 West M-43 Highway
Hastings, MI 49058 USA FSX Equipment, Inc. Booth 817
(269) 945-2433 PO Box 1617
sales@flexfab.com Granite Falls, WA 98252 USA
Flexfab.com (360) 691-2999
Flexfab is the leading global supplier of high-quality silicone Sales@fsxinc.com
hose and assemblies to the heavy-duty truck industry. www.fsxinc.com
Flexfab designs and manufactures connections for charge FSX manufactures state-of-the-art diesel particulate filter
air, Charge air assemblies, EGR, heater,and coolant cleaning equipment. We are the #1 OEM recommended
applications. All products are designed to deliver high system proven by independent engineering teams, dealers,
performance at all temperatures for your truck fleet needs. fleets and transit authorities throughout the world. Our
equipment is used in the trucking, transit, off-road, railroad
and power industries.

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
Gates Corporation Booth 1138 General Bearing Corporation Booth 2751
1551 Wewatta St. 44 High St.
Denver, CO 80202 USA West Nyack, NY 10994
(303) 744-5191 (845) 535-8202
Flloyd.Sobczak@gates.com nseitelman@gnrl.com
www.generalbearing.com
gates.com
General Bearing is the industry leading supplier of tapered
Gates Corporation is the world’s leading manufacturer of roller bearings for wheel end applications for the truck and
power transmission belts and a premier global manufacturer trailer industries.
of fluid power products. Our highly engineered products are
critical components used in diverse industrial, automotive Geotab Booth 2638
and heavy-duty applications where the cost of failure is 21-1075 North Service Road West
very high relative to the cost of our products. We provide a Oakville, ON L6M 2G2 CAN
differentiated value proposition to our customers by offering a (647) 727-4971
complete portfolio of premium product and service solutions geoinfo@geotab.com
for both replacement and first-fit applications across our www.geotab.com
targeted end markets, which encompass process and Geotab is a global leader in the area of GPS fleet
specialty, construction, agriculture, energy, transportation, management and vehicle tracking, known as telematics.
and automotive. We sell our products globally under the Gates Fortune 500 companies, many of the largest fleets in
brand, which is recognized by distributors, original equipment North America, rely on Geotab’s scalable, open platform
manufacturers, and installers as the premium brand for quality technology solutions to help improve fleet productivity,
and technological innovation, a reputation which we have built efficiency, compliance, and driver safety.
for over a century since our founding in 1911.
Globetech Mfg Inc. Booth 2750
GCR Booth 2030 2700 Needmore Rd.
535 Marriott Drive Dayton, OH 45414 USA
Nashville, TN 37214 USA (937) 274-5587
(615) 937-3626 tim.begley@gtmfginc.com
thomasrhonda@bfusa.com www.gtmanufacturing.com
www.gcrtires.com Aerodynamic mudflap, rubber and poly logo mudflaps, Gen
GCR is one of the nation’s largest commercial tire and 2 ABS systems.
service companies with more than 200 locations and 1500
service trucks in the United States and Eastern Canada. Go Power! by Carmanah Booth 2245
GCR’s extensive network of store locations offers complete 250 Bay St.
solutions for the trucking industry covering new tires, Victoria, BC V9A 3K5 CAN
retreads and service. (250) 412-8306
mspilsbury@carmanah.com
GEN II ABS / A Globetech Company Booth 2851 carmanah.com
2700 Needmore Rd. Go Power! by Carmanah Technologies is North America’s
Dayton, OH 45414 USA leader in mobile power solutions. Built for the hard
(937) 274-5587 demands of RV, utility and fleet vehicles.
tim.begley@gtmfginc.com
www.gtmanufacturing.com
GENII ABS: Next generation ABS incorporates Wi-Fi
diagnostics for smartphones. Able to track mileage, tire
pressure, door locks, brake wear and more. Info can also be
sent to GPS.

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DANA

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
Gold Eagle Booth 2014 GPS Insight Booth 713
4400 South Kildare Ave. 7201 E. Henkel Way, Suite 400
Chicago, IL 60632-4372 USA Scottsdale, AZ 85255 USA
(773) 326-6170 (866) 477-4321
jhall@goldeagle.com emily.lachapelle@gpsinsight.com
www.goldeagle.com www.gpsinsight.com
Gold Eagle Company is a manufacturer and packager of GPS Insight is a leading supplier of GPS tracking, navigation,
premium quality fuel additives and appearance chemicals. Our and messaging technology for fleet-based customers. We
Brands Diesel Power, Heet, STA-BIL®, and 303® are category utilize high-quality GPS hardware and add the technology,
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scotta@goodallmfg.com ledinfo@graco.com
www.goodallmfg.com www.graco.com
Goodall is an industry leader in service truck accessory Graco supplies technology and expertise for the
equipment. We offer a full line of mobile equipment for management of fluids in both industrial and commercial
service trucks including jump starters, air compressors, applications. It designs, manufactures and markets systems
generators and welders. Our dedication to quality, and equipment to move, measure, control and dispense
combined with our superior customer support is your fluids. Graco, based in Minneapolis, serves customers
assurance that our products are built to last. around the world. For additional information about Graco
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Goodyear Booth 1600
200 Innovation Way Great Dane Booth 145
Akron, OH 44316 USA 602 E. Lathrop Ave.
(330) 796-9355 Savannah, GA 31415 USA
brian_buckham@goodyear.com (912) 644-2100
www.goodyeartrucktires.com cbronson@greatdanetrailers.com
Goodyear Commercial Tire Systems offers “The Total www.greatdanetrailers.com
Solution” of industry-leading tires and retreads, fleet Great Dane is a leading manufacturer of high-performance
services and business profitability tools and calculators commercial transportation equipment, including dry and
to help commercial trucking fleets lower their total cost of refrigerated trailers and truck bodies, as well as steel,
ownership. To learn more, visit aluminum and combo platform trailers. Great Dane has a
www.goodyeartrucktires.com. storied history in the commercial trucking industry and is a
driving force in trailer technology, innovation, quality and
Gorilla Plastic & Rubber Group, LLC Booth 918 customer service.
3401 Newton Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46201 USA
(317) 635-9616
Info@GTsplashguards.com
www.GTsplashguards.com
Custom Mudflaps / Splash Guards. One-hundred percent
American-made, utilizing our patented GorillaTuff Design
for a better performance and stronger mounting for better
durability and longevity.

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Groeneveld Lubrication Solutions Booth 3015 worldleading supplier of brake adjusters for drum brakes
1130 Industrial Parkway North and have the fastest growing market share for air disc
Brunswick, OH 44212 USA brakes.
(330) 225-4949
info-usa@groeneveld-group.com Haltec Corporation Booth 1928
www.groeneveld-group.com 32585 North Price Road, PO Box 1180
Groeneveld Lubrications Solutions, a Groeneveld Group Salem, OH 44460 USA
Company, is a global leader in automatic lubrication, oil (800) 321-6471
management and safety systems. Groeneveld products info@haltec.com
enhance uptime, safety and productivity, while reducing costs. www.haltec.com
Manufacturers of specialty tire valve hardware and
Grote Industries Booth 810 automatic tire inflation equipment. Provides custom tire
2600 Lanier Dr. management programs for fleets and commercial tire
Madison, IN 47250 USA service providers.
(812) 265-8875
sara.sontag@grote.com Havco Wood Products LLC Booth 2754
www.grote.com 3200 E. Outer Road
Grote Industries is a leading worldwide manufacturer and Franklin, TN 37069 USA
supplier of lighting products and related safety systems (615) 585-2331
for commercial, military, and specialized vehicles. Grote jcarr@havco.com
engineers and manufactures LED, fluorescent, and www.havco.com
incandescent lamps, mirrors, wiring systems, connections, Havco is the largest and most innovative North America
and reflective accessories for trucks, trailers, farm and producer & marketer of 100 percent oak laminated flooring
construction equipment, fire, rescue, and armored vehicles. products for Dry Freight Van (DFV) trailers. Havco is the
inventor of the Fusion Floor (composite reinforced) that is
Hadley Booth 2800 superior in weight savings, durability and strength over all
2851 Prairie St. conventional DFV flooring. See us at Booth 2754.
Grandville, MI 49418 USA
(616) 530-1717 HDA Truck Pride Booth 2302
bkujala@hadleyadvantage.com 7790 Grand River Ave.
www.hadleyadvantage.com Brighton, MI 48116 USA
Hadley’s world famous air horns, mechanical and electronic (586) 665-0787
(SAMS and SmartValve) height control valves for chassis/ tina.alread@hdatruckpride.com
cab air suspension systems, truck mirrors, mini 12/24 volt www.hdatruckpride.com
DC air compressors for a variety of applications, and fully HDA Truck Pride is the largest provider of parts and service
integrated interior lighting systems/luggage racks for to the commercial vehicle aftermarket. With over 700
transit, shuttle and motor coach vehicles. distribution locations and over 400 service facilities, we’re
focused on one thing - keeping your fleet running because
Haldex Booth 1228 “uptime” is everything. HDA Truck Pride is a network of
10930 N. Pomona Ave. independent distributors tied together with one common
Kansas City, MO 64153 USA theme - service the customer’s needs.
(816) 891-2470
leslie.james@haldex.com
haldex.com
Haldex is a Sweden-based company, operating worldwide
with offices in 18 countries. Haldex develops and provides
reliable and innovative solutions that improve safety,
vehicle dynamics and environmental sustainability in
the global commercial vehicle industry. We are the

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Safety is Our Passion.
We Value The Safety Of Your Company And Your Drivers
We give you tools to assist you in reducing crashes and saving lives. Our safety professionals can help you
with your company’s safety program by assisting you with your regularly scheduled educational seminars and by
keeping you informed on the latest safety and risk management techniques in the trucking industry.
800-228-8053 We understand your business. Since trucking is all we do, we know the importance of keeping your trucks moving
gwccnet.com safely. Our Value-Driven® Company program, which includes modules on safe driving, health, leadership, and
operations, is designed to easily help you create and maintain a safety culture within your organization.

We help keep you moving. We provide your drivers with techniques to improve the overall driving
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to this coverage. Please see your agent for
exact provisions. GREAT WEST CASUALTY COMPANY— No matter where the road takes you, we’re with you for the long haul.
2017 TMC Exhibitors
Heavy Duty Trucking Magazine Booth 408 workshops and connecting the job seeker with veteran-friendly
3520 Challenger St. companies and employment opportunities through the Hire
Torrance, CA 90503 USA Heroes USA Job Board.
(310) 533-2518
tracey.tremblay@bobit.com Horton, Inc. Booth 2803
truckinginfo.com 2565 Walnut Street
HDT is dedicated to helping improve profitability. Whether Roseville, MN 55113 USA
you manage thousands of vehicles or you are an owner of (651) 361-6400
a small fleet, HDT’s content focuses on relevant issues that info@hortonww.com
impact your fleet operations, equipment asset management www.hortonww.com
and future business decisions, providing top information Horton, Inc. is a leading provider or fan drives, fans and
allowing you to make informed purchase decisions. related components for the heavy- and medium-duty truck,
bus, motor coach and off road markets. The company has
Hendrickson Booth 1200 sales offices worldwide and manufacturing plants in the
500 Park Blvd., Ste. 450 U.S. and Europe.
Itasca, IL 60143 USA
(630) 874-9700 Hunter Engineering Company Booth 1936
roliphant@hendrickson-intl.com 11250 Hunter Dr.
www.hendrickson-intl.com Bridgeton, MO 63044 USA
Hendrickson is the leading global manufacturer and (314) 731-3020
supplier of medium- and heavy-duty mechanical, sales@hunter.com
elastomeric and air suspensions; integrated and non- www.hunter.com
integrated axle systems; auxiliary lift axle systems; Hunter Engineering is the leader in alignment systems,
parabolic and multi-leaf springs; stabilizers; and wheel and tire service, brake service and inspection lane
bumper and trim components to the global commercial equipment. Hunter equipment is approved and used by
transportation industry. vehicle manufacturers, automobile and truck dealers, tire
dealers and service facilities around the world.
Hire Heroes USA Booth 2726
1360 Union Hill Road, Suite 2-A Hutchens Industries Booth 1554
Alpharetta, GA 30004 USA 215 N Patterson
(972) 322-8231 Springfield, MO 65802 USA
ereyes@hireheroesusa.org (800) 654-8824
www.hireheroesusa.org jdowney@hutchensindustries.com
Headquartered just north of Atlanta, Georgia – with seven www.hutchensindustries.com
additional offices in Torrance, CA; San Diego, CA; Auburn, WA; Hutchens Industries is the premier supplier of mechanical
Colorado Springs, CO; Dallas, TX; Boise, ID and Raleigh, NC – suspensions and mechanical and air ride sliders and
Hire Heroes USA has built a national reputation of excellence bogies to the trailer industry. Hutchens is headquartered in
for helping veterans find jobs, currently at the rate of more than Springfield, MO with manufacturing plants in Seymour and
100 veterans confirmed hired every week. Thanks to the tax Mansfield, MO.
free contributions of generous donors and funders, our services
are provided at no cost to any transitioning U.S. military Hydro-Chem Systems, Inc. Booth 2538
member, veteran or spouse who registers for services. Our 5550 Clay Ave.
team, comprised of former military and business professionals, Grand Rapids, MI 49548 USA
effectively trains veterans in the skills of self-marketing, then (616) 531-6420
supports their career search until they find good jobs with sales@hcsclean.com
great companies. The hallmark of our program is a personal www.hydrochemsystems.com
approach where each veteran receives dedicated assistance Hydro-Chem Systems (HCS) is a leading manufacturer and
from a highly-trained Veteran Transition Specialist in order to provider of customized fleet cleaning solutions such as
help them effectively communicate their military experience in automated vehicle-wash systems, pressure washing trailer
civilian terminology. Signature services also include transition packages and detergents for fleet and industrial needs.

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Hyster Company Booth 2534 Idle Smart Booth 1634
1400 Sullivan Dr. 4454 State Line Road
Greenville, NC 27834 USA Kansas City, KS 66103 USA
(800) 497-8371 (913) 744-4353
Information@hyster.com ryan@idlesmart.com
www.hyster.com idlesmart.com
Hyster Co. is a leading worldwide lift truck designer and Idle Smart is an automated engine start stop solution that
manufacturer, offering one of the widest capacity ranges reduces overnight idle time, provides year-round cabin
in the industry — from 2,000 to 105,000 lbs. Supported comfort and maintains fleet uptime by keeping batteries
by one of the industry’s largest and most experienced charged and engines warm.
dealer networks, Hyster builds tough, durable lift trucks
that deliver high productivity, low total cost of ownership, Illinois Auto Truck Booth 2709
easy serviceability and advanced ergonomic features; 1669 Marshall Dr.
accompanied by outstanding parts, service and training Des Plaines, IL 60018 USA
support. (847) 902-1620
jrstein@iatcoinc.com
Hyundai Translead Booth 2460 www.iatcoinc.com
8880 Rio San Diego Dr. NEW clutch assemblies, supplemental clutch parts,
San Diego, CA 92108 USA flywheels.
(619) 680-3140
brians@translead.com IMI Booth 2122
www.translead.com 3183 Black Gap Rd.
Hyundai Translead is a leading manufacturer of dry and Chambersburg, PA 17202-9771 USA
refrigerated trailers and dollies for the transportation (800) 233-7086
industry. Established 1989, in San Diego, CA, the company imi@imiproducts.net
operates three state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in www.imiproducts.com
Baja, Mexico. Each Hyundai trailer is designed and built to Founded in 1973, IMI has been an industry leader in
provide customers with high-quality value and experiences providing solutions to address tire maintenance and wheel
beyond expectations. safety for the commercial trucking industry. We are a
solutions provider creating new possibilities by getting
iDashboards Booth 509 closer and going farther, because the life of your wheels is
900 Tower Dr., 4th FLoor our business.
Troy, MI 48098 USA
(248) 528-7160 IMI Precision Engineering
info1@idashboards.com (Norgren, Inc.) Booth 2711
www.iDashboards.com 5400 S. Delaware Street
Headquartered in Troy, Mich., with customers in over 40 Littleton, CO 80120 USA
countries, iDashboards provides visually-appealing and (303) 794-5000
cost-effective dashboard software for a wide variety of shannon.taft@imi-precision.com
industries. With customizable dashboard solutions that imi-precision.com
easily integrate data sources, iDashboards clients can IMI Norgren products meet our customers’ needs in
quickly and effectively analyze performance metrics— five broad areas: Fuel Systems, Brake Systems, Air
leading to enhanced decision-making. Visit www. Management, Cab Controls, and Seat Controls. Behind each
idashboards.com today. component are engineers who specialize in developing
solutions to meet the high standards of human interface and
efficient manufacturing requirements.

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IMMI Booth 711 a team of electro-mechanical engineers, supported by
18881 IMMI Way an experienced global sourcing department and onsite
Westfield, IN 46074 USA manufacturing with full marketing services. These elements
(317) 896-9531 allow IPA® to offer cutting edge solutions, holding true to
slovelady@imminet.com the company motto “Future Now®.”
www.imminet.com
IMMI® develops and supplies the most innovative, proven International Truck Booth 2334
restraint systems and airbag protection available on 2701 Navistar Drive
commercial trucks. More than 80 percent of truck drivers Lisle, IL 60532 USA
use IMMI seat belts every day. IMMI also developed the (331) 332-1848
Komfort Latch®, bunk restraints, and RollTek®, the only Chris.Chakonas@Navistar.com
side roll airbag protection for commercial truck drivers. www.InternationalTrucks.com
Formed in 1902, International® Truck is a leading
IMT - Ingersoll Axles Booth 1135 producer of medium-duty, heavy-duty, and severe service
347 King Street West commercial vehicles. Our products, parts and services
Ingersoll, ON N5C 3K6 CAN are sold through a network of over 700 dealer outlets in
(519) 485-2210 North America. Additional information is available at www.
jvoutour@imtcorporation.com internationaltrucks.com.
www.imtcorporation.com
Ingersoll Axles offers a complete solution for all of your Interstate Batteries, Inc. Booth 2700
transportation needs: Ingersoll Axles, with their line of air 12770 Merit Drive, Ste. 1000
suspensions and heavy-duty trailer axles, and Standen’s Dallas, TX 75251 USA
through their light duty axles and spring suspensions along (972) 455-6497
with IMT’s existing capabilities including forging, heat greg.hicks@ibsa.com
treating, nitriding, machining and assembly. www.interstatebatteries.com
Our Outrageously Dependable® products keep you running
Innospec Fuel Specialties Booth 1034 and eliminate downtime.
8310 South Valley Highway, Suite 350 Commercial — Keep Truckin’ With Interstate. Our heavy-
Englewood, CO 80112 USA duty commercial batteries deliver power for the road and
(303) 792-5554 longer life because uninterrupted service is critical.
melinda.evans@innospecinc.com
www.innospecinc.com InSight Mobile Data Booth 2152
Innospec Fuel Specialties, LLC manufactures additives for 23330 Cottonwood Pkwy
diesel, gasoline and jet fuel. From simple single component California, MD 20619
applications to complex multifunctional additives, we (301) 866-1990
lead the industry in helping our customers meet fuel kyork@insightmobiledata.com
insightmobiledata.com
specifications and enhance fuel performance. Innospec is
InSight Mobile Data develops innovative and flexible fleet
the only manufacturing company solely focused on fuel and management, asset tracking & mobility solutions that provide
fuel additive technology. real-time visibility into mobile work environment

Innovative Products of America Booth 523 InTouch GPS Booth 839


234 Tinker Street 439 South Florida Ave., #100B
Woodstock, NY 12498 USA Lakeland, FL 33801 USA
(845) 679-4500 (800) 746-5170
alannah@ipatools.com dwalloch@intouchgps.com
www.ipatools.com intouchgps.com
Innovative Products of America (IPA) is an original We are a GPS Fleet Tracking Provider that offers a full
equipment manufacturing (OEM) company specializing in service solution without signing any kind of contract.
the development of innovative tools and equipment since
1991. IPA® is located in Woodstock, NY, and employs

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Ioxus, Inc. Booth 2154 and friendly service. We have highly qualified mechanics,
18 Stadium Circle certified service technicians, and trained estimators to
Oneonta, NY 13820 USA take care of your every need and also offer 24/7 Road Side
(858) 663-1609 Assistance. We have the best prices for parts and services,
jcolton@ioxus.com as well as a fully stocked on site parts department ready
www.ioxus.com to serve you. We can also drop ship parts directly to your
The Ioxus uSTART™ directly replaces group 31 lead location
batteries in trucks. No special wiring, uSTART wires exactly
like the battery. uSTART lasts the life of the truck saving JACS Solutions Booth 2150
fleet managers from buying thousands of lead batteries. 8808 Centre Park Dr., #305
And the uSTART eliminates jump starts and extends the life Columbia, MD 21045 USA
of the starter. Works great to -40 degrees. Made in USA! (443) 718-4333
info@jacs-solutons.com
Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc. Booth 3038 www.jacs-solutions.com
1400 South Douglass Road, Suite 100 JACS Solutions provides customized smart device solutions
Anaheim, CA 92806 USA that are ideal for next generation Telematics solutions.
(714) 935-9300 From in-vehicle tablets, accessories to remote device
terrence.maloney@icta-us.com management and firmware customization, JACS Solutions’
www.isuzucv.com turnkey solution gives fleets, integrators and application
America’s #1 Selling Low Cab Forward Truck Since 1986. providers purpose built smart devices that are secure,
Isuzu is the only LCF truck with two diesel engines and a flexible and affordable.
gas engine with LPG and CNG capability.
JDB LLC Booth 2854
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. Booth 2829 255 W. 5th St.
3003 Breezewood Lane San Pedro, CA 90731 USA
Neenah, WI 54956 USA jdbcomposites@outlook.com
(800) 327-6868 jdbcomposites.com
sales@jjkeller.com Affordable and durable aerodynamic drag devices for
www.jjkeller.com trailers and trucks to reduce fuel consumption and
We’ve been helping fleets comply with the HOS regulations greenhouse gases (GHG).
since 1953, and our team of regulatory experts, developers,
and implementation specialist are now preparing fleets Johnson Controls, Inc. Booth 2517
for the ELog mandate. Whether you’re in the process of 5757 N. Green Bay Avenue
transitioning to E-Logs or are already receive ELD data, Milwaukee, WI 53209 USA
we’re well equipped to support you. (414) 524-3342
michele.m.zgola@jci.com
Jackson Truck and Trailer Booth 2318 www.johnsoncontrols.com
583 Hwy 80 E Johnson Controls is the world’s largest manufacturer
Pearl, MS 39208 USA of automotive and heavy-duty batteries, supplying
(601) 664-0190 approximately 146 million every year to automakers and
jessicawilliams@jtandt.com aftermarket retailers. Our full range of lead-acid and
jtandt.com lithium-ion battery technology powers nearly every type
We at Jackson Trailer & Equipment are here to demonstrate of vehicle for our customers. Johnson Controls’ recycling
the Arctic Breeze Truck AC and Trojan OverDrive Batteries. system has helped make automotive batteries the most
Arctic Breeze Truck AC is the high-efficiency 12V battery- recycled consumer product in the world. Globally, 15,000
powered air conditioning system that keeps truck cabs employees develop, manufacture, distribute and recycle
cool without idling the engine. When the heat is on, Arctic batteries at more than 50 locations.
Breeze pays for itself in reduced diesel cost alone. Stop by
for a quick demo on how you can stay cool while saving
fuel. We at JT&E have a reputation for quality, efficiency,

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
JOST International Booth 2204 Kingtec Group Company Limited Booth 2639
1770 Hayes Street 2047 S. Baker Avenue
Grand Haven, MI 49417 USA Ontario, CA 91761 USA
(616) 638-1388 (909) 930-1734
rcarroll@jostinternational.com nelson@kingtecusa.com
www.jostinternational.com www.kingtecusa.com
Fifth wheels, landing gear and kingpins. Transport refrigeration.

Kalmar Ottawa Booth 400 Kleen Performance Products Booth 2445


415 East Dundee Street 2600 North Central Expressway, Ste. 200
Ottawa, KS 66067 USA Richardson, TX 75080 USA
(785) 242-2200 (972) 265-2584
ottawa@ottawatrucksna.com info@kleenperformance.com
www.ottawatrucksna.com kleenperformance.com
Since 1958, Kalmar Ottawa terminal tractors have set the High-quality, high-performance oil and lubricant
standard in trailer moving solutions for warehouse and formulations.
distribution operations, ports, and rail terminals. Kalmar
Ottawa’s are regarded for their excellent durability, operator K-Line Industries Booth 845
comfort, and ease of service. The Kalmar Ottawa T2 set 315 Garden Ave.
the bar even higher and is backed by an industry leading Holland, MI 49424 USA
2-year/6,000 hour standard warranty. (800) 824-5546
www.ottawatrucksna.com cservice@klineind.com
klineind.com
Kenworth Truck Company Booth 600 K-Line Industries is a leading supplier of specialty service
10630 N.E. 38th Place tools for heavy truck, agricultural, construction, marine,
Kirkland, WA 98033 USA and turf markets. K-Line designs and manufacturers special
(425) 828-5000 service tools to make servicing your products in the field
Kenworth.Info@PACCAR.com easier. Stop by our booth to check out the Tire Run Out
www.kenworth.com Gage, Coolant Management Tool, and Tire Handler. K-Line
Kenworth Truck Company manufactures The World’s Best is also the authorized partner for Eaton transmission and
heavy-duty and medium duty trucks. Ask about Kenworth clutch service tools.
TruckTech+ which allows fleets the ability to monitor
vehicle health, and the service status of their individual Konexial Booth 2453
trucks in real-time. 127 Dillon Ct.
Johnson City, TN 37615 USA
Kinedyne LLC Booth 1652 (865) 888-6920
3701 Greenway Circle ken@konexial.com
Lawrence, KS 66046 USA www.konexial.com
(800) 848-6057 ELD with a Purpose. Konexial announces the release
customerservice@kinedyne.com of My20...the ultimate app for drivers, dispatchers, and
www.kinedyne.com owners. Konexial is bringing the power of cloud computing
For nearly 50 years, Kinedyne has been recognized in the to trucking. Bringing the power of One Driver to ALL
transportation industry as the leading manufacturer and shippers. Raise your visibility with the best shippers and get
distributor of high quality cargo securement products. on their radar.
The Kaptive Beam Decking System, which people ask for
by name, increases average load and reduces product
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Kool Shield by Humboldt Booth 2053 for pressure/vacuum inspections. This design also allows
1810 Read Street lubricant to flow in and around the framework, eliminating
Omaha, NE 68112 USA corrosion, and creating a longer-lasting, easier to inspect
(402) 397-1154 coupler that keeps its integrity.
jkeene@humboldtspecialty.com
www.kool-shield.com Lippert Components Booth 1244
Kool Shield is a Thermal Barrier to prevent interchange 3501 County Road 6 East
of air between refrigerated trailer and the ambient Elkhart, IN 46514 USA
temperature. Electrically and manually operated models (574) 596-6282
available for side door, rear swing and rollup doors. Barrier dhertel@lci1.com
rolls up and is not in the path of freight movement. Reefer www.lci1.com
chutes also available. American Made. Lippert Components is the leading supplier of components
to the recreational vehicle and manufactured housing
Krown Rust Control Booth 1636 industries, as well as adjacent industries including bus,
35 Magnum Dr cargo and equestrian trailer, marine and heavy truck. From
Schomberg, ON L0G 1T0 CAN 48 facilities throughout the United States and in Canada and
(905) 939-8750 Italy, our more than 7,000 employees work together to bring
matthew@krown.com innovative product and service solutions.
www.krownindustrial.com
Corrosion control and chloride removal products. Lite-Check Booth 1714
Reducing damage to electrical and other components 301 N. Havana St.
through innovative environmentally safe products. Proudly Spokane, WA 99202 USA
manufactured in North America. (509) 535-7512
steve@lite-check.com
Leece-Neville Heavy Duty Systems Booth 2916 www.lite-check.com
400 Main Street Lite-Check is a multi-national equipment and software
Arcade, NY 14009 USA company dedicated to improving the quality and
(585) 322-3153 productivity of the commercial trailer maintenance industry.
info@prestolite.com We provide single-user solutions that electronically and
www.prestolite.com remotely test trailer electrical, brake, and ABS systems.
Alternators and starter motors for the heavy-duty Our state-of-the-art systems provide technology that
marketplace. can inspect, diagnose, and track and maintain reports.
With US manufactured products, live customer support,
Leyman Lift Gates Booth 137 and thousands of customers across North America, Lite-
10335 Wayne Avenue Check provides the innovation, ability, and opportunity to
Cincinnati, OH 45215 USA streamline trailer maintenance.
(513) 891-6210
sales@leymanlift.com Liteflex, LLC Booth 847
www.leymanlift.com 100 Holiday Dr.
Hydraulic liftgates for truck and trailers that move product Englewood, OH 45322 USA
out of vehicle to ground or from the ground into the vehicle. (937) 836-7025
flillie@liteflex.net
LGM Company, LLC Booth 1555 www.liteflex.com
1780 S. Country Rd. 850E Liteflex Composite tractor and trailer springs for the heavy-
Greensburg, IN 47240 USA duty trucking industry. Lightest application for suspensions
(812) 663-9400 since 1990.
wknollman@transmarklogistics.com
easycheckcoupler.com
The EasyCheck Upper Coupler (Kingpin Plate) framework
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2017 TMC Exhibitors
Love’s Travel Stops Booth 1800 Mack Trucks Booth 1722
10601 N Penn Ave. 7825 National Service Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73120 USA Greensboro, NC 27409 USA
(405) 302-6564 (610) 745-3333
dan.jensen@loves.com cynthia.paulas@macktrucks.com
www.loves.com www.macktrucks.com
Reducing your cost per mile is as easy as fueling and Class 8 truck and engine manufacturer.
maintaining your truck at Love’s. Combined with our national
Truck Tire Care network, Love’s offers fully integrated Magnum Trailer and Equipment Booth 2341
service solutions to keep you moving, including 24-hour Unit #1 - 31632 Marshall Rd.
Roadside Assistance, Light Mechanical Services and Abbotsford, BC V2T 6B1 CAN
TirePass, an in-lane inflation and tire assessment service. (604) 855-7544
Rsmith@magnumtrailer.com
Lowen Color Graphics Booth 1819 www.magnumtrailer.com
PO Box 1528 High-quality aluminum tube grill guards, moose bumpers,
Hutchinson, KS 67504-1528 USA and roll back guards. Complete line of aluminum
(620) 665-2835 accessories: cab guards, tool boxes, chain hangers,
rebekahk@lowen.com fenders, cabinets, battery boxes, deck plates, and more.
lowencg.com
For 65 years, Lowen Color Graphics has provided MAHLE Service Solutions Booth 2951
graphics and installation to fleets of all sizes. From small 10 Innovation Drive
businesses with a few vans to international and iconic York, PA 17402
brands with fleets of tens of thousands — you can rely on (800) 468-2321
the experience of Lowen Color Graphics to successfully mahle.aftermarket@us.mahle.com
www.mahle-aftermarket.com
manage your fleet branding.
MAHLE Service Solutions provides the heavy duty
aftermarket with the highest quality A/C service and fluid
Lubecore International Inc. Booth 1048 exchange equipment, diagnostic, and jack equipment in the
7065 Twiss Rd. industry.
Campbellville, ON L0P 1B0 CAN
(905) 864-3110 Management Success! Booth 139
wvanroon@lubecore.com 412 W Broadway, 3rd Floor
www.lubecore.com Glendale, CA 91204 USA
Next-generation automated lubrication. Global provider of (818) 500-9631
a full line of automated lubrication/greasing systems, EP2 rdoche@managementsuccess.com
grease meeting all OEM requirements. Supported North www.managementsuccess.com
America wide. Proven performance North America wide to Management Success is the top automotive, collision, and
help protect your truck, trailer and heavy equipment. truck repair management consulting and training group.

M&E Global Group, Inc. Booth 2645 Marangoni Tread North America Booth 422
1828 Mound Rd. 708 Myatt Drive
Joliet, IL 60436 USA Madison, TN 37115 USA
(815) 730-0555 (615) 868-4050
Brittany_creen@megroupinc.com ron.elliott@marangoni.com
www.megroupinc.com www.na.marangoni.com
As a manufacturer and distributor, M&E provides a wide Marangoni Tread North America is a full-service supplier
array of tractor trailer parts. We offer an assortment and distributes its premium retread products RINGTREAD®
of clamps, clips, assemblies, and much more, most and UNITREAD through a network of licensed independent
manufactured in the USA. With quality products and tire dealers and retreaders throughout North America.
excellent customer service, we are confident we can meet
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Master Fleet Booth 1912 Maxwell Technologies, Inc. Booth 2908
3360 Spirit Way 3888 Calle Fortunada
Green Bay, WI 54304 USA San Diego, CA 92123 USA
(920) 360-2608 (858) 503-3300
daveh@master-fleet.com esmsales@maxwell.com
www.masterfleet.com www.maxwell.com
Master Fleet provides world class fleet maintenance Maxwell Technologies’ ultracapacitor-based Engine Start
solutions and management services for commercial fleets. As Module (ESM) delivers the quick-burst power diesel
a trusted and respected full service provider of maintenance engines need to crank, providing consistent, reliable
solutions Master Fleet continues its tradition of excellence by performance for hundreds of thousands of starts.
adding Roadside Assistance, Commercial Fleet Management,
and Consulting for some of the nation’s largest fleets. Meritor Booth 1522
2135 West Maple Road
MAT Holdings Inc. Booth 2838 Troy, MI 48084 USA
6700 Wildlife Way (248) 435-1000
Long Grove, IL 60047 USA meritor@meritor.com
(847) 821-9630 www.meritor.com
info@matholdingsinc.com Meritor is a leading global supplier of drivetrain and
www.matholdingsinc.com aftermarket solutions for commercial vehicle and industrial
Gabriel® is a leading brand of shock absorbers, markets. With more than a 100-year legacy of providing
differentiated in the market through product quality - all innovative products that offer superior performance,
piston rods are chrome plated for durability, OEM ride and efficiency and reliability, the company serves commercial
handling, and comprehensive coverage. Gabriel® offers truck, trailer, off-highway, defense, specialty and
Fleetline® and GasSLX® lines, combining unparalleled aftermarket customers around the world.
reliability and durability, along with adjustable comfort to
the fleet owner. MGM Brakes Booth 2554
6200 Harris Technology Blvd.
Maxion Wheels Booth 2732 Charlotte, NC 28269 USA
39500 Orchard Hill Dr., Suite 500 (704) 547-7411
Novi, MI 48375 USA mail@mgmbrakes.com
(734) 737-5246 www.mgmbrakes.com
ana.arellano@maxionwheels.com MGM Brakes is a manufacturer of heavy-duty spring brakes
www.maxionwheelsandrims.com for over 50 years and full-line supplier, worldwide! We also
Maxion Wheels is the world’s largest manufacturer of offer electronic brake monitoring and corrosion fighter
wheels for the automotive, commercial vehicle, military, technology.
agricultural and off-road markets. With 22 locations in 12
countries on five continents, including four engineering MHC Booth 517
centers of excellence, Maxion Wheels has been the leader 11120 Tomahawk Creek Parkway
in wheel innovation for more than 100 years providing Leawood, KS 66211 USA
wheels to virtually every major OEM today. (816) 841-1733
jim.thornton@roadforcecentral.com
Maxon Lift Corp. Booth 1616 www.mhc.com
11921 Slauson Ave. MHC is the largest privately owned, full-service truck
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 USA dealership network in North America, with extended hours,
(800) 227-4116 an extensive parts inventory and nearly 1,500 service bays.
cservice@maxonlift.com MHC operates across 16 states in 68 dealerships, with
www.maxonlift.com full-service transport refrigeration, leasing and rental, and
Maxon Lift Corp. is the leader in manufacturing truck and a finance company offering a complete array of services.
trailer hydraulic liftgates. Contact 800-227-4116 or visit us at Learn more at mhc.com!
www.maxonlift.com.

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2017 TMC EXHIBITORS
Michelin North America, Inc. Booth 200 Mitsubishi Electric Automotive
One Parkway South America Booth 2826
Greenville, SC 29615 USA 15603 Centennial Dr.
(864) 458-5000 Northville, MI 48168 USA
michelin.tirecare@michelin.com (248) 231-9175
www.michelintruck.com csuydam@meaa.mea.com
Michelin provides a total solution of high quality, fuel- www.diamond-gard.com
efficient, long-lasting truck tires and retreads, as well as Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America offers a wide range
state-of-the-art services to help fleets maximize uptime and of products and services for automobiles, heavy trucks,
control costs. To learn more, visit www.michelintruck.com. buses and commercial engine manufacturers, serving both
OEMs and the aftermarket.
Midtronics Booth 1045
7000 Monroe St. Mobil Delvac Booth 1736
Willowbrook, IL 60521 USA 22777 Springwoods Village Pkwy.
(630) 321-8008 Spring, TX 77389 USA
srusso@midtronics.com (602) 390-0723
www.midtronics.com greg@gcracing.com
Midtronics is a worldwide leader in vehicle battery testing www.mobildelvac.com
and management products and services. Founded in Heavy-duty diesel engine oil.
1984, Midtronics remains singularly focused on battery
management innovation, supplying customers with custom Mobile InnerSpace Booth 2300
battery management solutions to meet evolving needs, 255 Kraft Dr.
including those related to hybrid, electric and other new Dalton, GA 30721 USA
vehicle systems. Visit us at www.midtronics.com for more (419) 303-9512
information. AByrne@ISLP.com
www.MobileInnerSpace.com
Minimizer Booth 2238 Mobile InnerSpace mattresses and custom-fit mattress
500 Minimizer Way protectors are engineered to provide restful sleep for
Blooming Prairie, MN 55917 USA drivers who need to focus on the road. Innovations in cost
(800) 248-3855 savings, improved hygiene, and supported comfort help
info@minimizer.com reduce driver turnover. Mobile InnerSpace uses only solid,
www.minimizer.com high-density foam to reduce vibrations normally felt with
Minimizer has been in business for more than 30 years and springs. Give your drivers the rest they deserve.
is a manufacturer of poly truck fenders, custom floor mats,
mud flaps, work benches, tool boxes and other products for Morgan Corporation Booth 234
the heavy-duty aftermarket. 111 Morgan Way
Morgantown, PA 19543 USA
MISCO Refractometer Booth 2022 (800) 666-7426
6275 Cochran Rd. info@morgancorp.com
Solon, OH 44139 USA www.morgancorp.com
(440) 349-1500 Morgan Corporation is the premier producer of truck
kwiding@misco.com and van bodies in North America. We specialize in the
www.misco.com manufacture of Class 4 to Class 7 (GVW) box truck/straight
MISCO made in the USA, Digital handheld Palm Abbe truck bodies to serve the dry freight industry; as well as
Refractometers are designed specifically for testing truck bodies to accommodate cargo of every configuration
concentration of urea-based diesel exhaust fluid. Our — from parcel delivery to furniture movers and heavy-
automatic temperature compensated Palm Abbes are equipment hauling, insulated and refrigerated units, bottled
also ideal for measuring a variety of coolants, antifreeze, gas transport, and flatbed/stake and platform bodies.
methanol, specific gravity of battery acid, brake fluid, other
water soluble fluids.

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2017 TMC EXHIBITORS
MOTOR Information Systems Booth 837 NanoMech Inc. Booth 1144
1301 West Long Lake Road 2447 Technology Way
Troy, MI 48098 USA Springdale, AR 72764 USA
(248) 961-3625 (479) 717-6039
aarabbo@motor.com bryan.peoples@nanomech.com
www.motor.com www.nanomech.com
MOTOR Information Systems is the world’s premier supplier of Material science of advance lubrications and surface
automotive data. MOTOR’s allmakes medium and heavy-duty protection.
truck data sets are the most complete and comprehensive on
the market. You can trust MOTOR to provide the heavy-duty New Life Transport Parts Center Booth 2656
data information needed to power business results. FleetCross 400 Gordon Industrial Ct.
by MOTOR is an easy-to-use application containing ALL- Byron Center, MI 49315 USA
MAKES reference information including Part Cross-Reference, (616) 878-3633
Manufacturer Catalog Search and a Heavy-duty Labor Time questions@newlifeparts.com
Guide. newlifeparts.com
Your one stop source for trailer, truck, and intermodal parts.
Multi Service Technology Solutions Booth 1544 Independently owned with nationwide distribution with
8650 College Blvd. full coverage of genuine Hyundai Translead, Strick, and
Overland Park, KS 66210 USA Trailmobile parts.
(913) 663-9418
ajdecker@multiservice.com Niagara National / Zep Vehicle Care Booth 2923
www.multiservice.com 2930 Waters Road
MSTS creates customized and flexible billing and payment Eagan, MN 55121 USA
platforms for National Account programs on behalf of its (651) 251-7014
large OEM customers, allowing them to grow and sell more. flory.katz@zep.com
Our solution enables more efficient transactions between zepvehiclecare.com
an OEM, a merchant network, and fleets. Niagara National/Zep Vehicle Care provides everything
you need in a trusted truck wash partner, giving you the
MW Supply Booth 2841 confidence and tools to manage an efficient wash —
100 Progress St. including reliable truck washing equipment and precision
Glen Rose, TX 76043 USA chemical dispensing; prompt and professional service;
(254) 897-4590 factory-trained technicians; water conservation strategies;
jallen@mwsupply.com and experience delivering superior truck washing results.
mwsupply.com
MW Supply is the authority for cargo control. We have been Noregon Booth 2304
providing straps and load bars to carriers for 25+ years. 7009 Albert Pick Rd
MW Supply provides quality products with competitive Greensboro, NC 27409 USA
pricing. 1-800-LOAD BAR Loadbar.com (336) 217-7434
tlowry@noregon.com
Myers Tire Supply Booth 2938 www.noregon.com
1293 S Main St. Noregon is known in the transportation industry as the
Akron, OH 44301 USA commercial vehicle data experts. Noregon specializes in
(330) 761-6257 the type of innovative product and software development
mkochman@myersind.com that keeps the nation’s transportation industry rolling. Our
www.myerstiresupply.com core product is the JPRO® software, it helps technicians
Myers Tire Supply distributes a complete line of tire valve see and solve all issues related to the multiple systems
hardware, tire patches, tire changing tools, equipment found on the truck that may be causing problems with other
and back shop supplies. We are also the automotive vehicle components. This saves time & increases efficiency
aftermarket’s source for solutions to help better manage during the diagnosis and repair process.
your business.

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BULL.
Being successful in business requires hard work,
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decision on who to trust as a partner. For more
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technology, high-quality products and unmatched
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successfully today and well into the future.
Run with the Best. Run With The Bull.

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2017 TMC EXHIBITORS
North American Council for ODYSSEY batteries deliver superior power and performance
Freight Efficiency Booth 841 with a guaranteed, longer service life than conventional
6041 Stellhorn Rd., #15935 batteries. Its rugged, sealed design eliminates acid spills.
Fort Wayne, IN 46885 USA
(260) 750-0106 ONEIL Booth 2127
mike.roeth@nacfe.org 495 Byers Rd.
www.nacfe.org Miamisburg, OH 45342 USA
The North American Council for Freight Efficiency is an (937) 865-0800
industry grass roots, nonprofit organization dedicated dfox@oneil.com
to doubling the efficiency of NA goods movement. It www.oneil.com
collaborates with the Carbon War Room to bring Trucking O’Neil & Associates has over 65 years of experience and
Efficiency Technology Confidence Reports and Decision expertise in developing technical manuals (operation,
Making Tools to the marketplace, via our Tech Guide at service, maintenance, parts, teardown and repair,
www.truckingefficiency.org. The CWR, founded by Sir troubleshooting, diagnostic, etc.) as well as product support
Richard Branson, accelerates the adoption of business web applications (online parts, interactive schematics, and
solutions that reduce carbon emissions around the globe. computer-based service training) for automotive, trucking,
rail, construction, and heavy equipment manufacturers.
NorthStar Battery Booth 1730
4000 Continental Way ORAFOL Americas, Inc. Booth 527
Springfield, MO 65803 USA 120 Darling Drive
(417) 575-8200 Avon, CT 06001 USA
reuben.keeling@northstarsitetel.com (860) 676-7100
www.northstarbattery.com rebecca.cavazuti@orafol.com
NorthStar Batteries deliver more starting power, increased www.orafolamericas.com
reserve capacity, 28x vibration resistance and the highest ORAFOL Americas, Inc., is a leading global manufacturer of
CCA ratings in the industry. NorthStar batteries are a full range of premium reflective products, graphic films,
designed to deliver superior performance while exceeding digital media, laminating films, and industrial tapes used in
conventional battery life expectancies, which reduces your signage, high visibility safety apparel, vehicle identification,
overall cost of ownership. If you need the best, you need traffic control, graphics, digital printing and screen printing
NorthStar. applications. The company’s distribution network spans the
United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.
NTN-Bower Booth 612 For more information, product samples, or to locate an
1600 E Bishop Court Authorized ORAFOL Distributor, contact ORAFOL at 800-654-
Mount Prospect, IL 60056 USA 7570 or visit ORAFOL online at www.orafolamericas.com
(847) 298-7500
bbeach@ntnusa.com Oriental Export Corporation Booth 944
www.ntnamericas.com 75 AB, Govt. Industrial Estate, Charkop Near Ganesh Nagar,
NTN BOWER® products are backed with the most stringent Kandivali (W)
quality standards in the industry. All of our unique solutions Mumbai, MH 10031 IND
and proprietary technologies are fueled by our dedication (932) 030-9349
to R & D and supported by our record of high customer info@orientalexportcorp.com
satisfaction. For these reasons, many OEMs specify NTN www.orientalexportcorp.com
BOWER bearings for their trucks. - DOT brass push connect fittings
- DOT brass air brake fittigs for rubber hoses (re-usables)
Odyssey Battery Booth 2335 - DOT brass AB compression fittings for nylon tubing
2366 Bernville Road - Nylon tubing
Reading, PA 19605 USA
(610) 208-1991
kate.jacobson@enersys.com
www.odysseybattery.com

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
Outsource Fleet Services, Inc. Booth 2224 Parker Hannifin, Racor Division Booth 1944
6363 W. 73rd St. 3400 Finch Rd.
Bedford Park, IL 60638 USA Modesto, CA 95354 USA
(708) 910-2400 (800) 344-3286
g.leffler@outsourcefleet.com racor@parker.com
www.outsourcefleet.com www.parker.com/racor
Outsource Fleet Services provides onsite truck and trailer Parker Racor is a leading designer and manufacturer of
repair. We are also a TICO yard tractor dealer in Bedford premium fuel, oil and air filtration systems, replacement
Park, IL and a master distributor for Roador. components and parts. With over 45 years of industry
experience and a commitment to innovation, Parker Racor
PACCAR Parts Booth 800 is the premier provider of filtration solutions to the engine,
750 Houser Way N. transportation, off-highway and marine markets. For more
Renton, WA 98057 USA information, please visit www.parker.com/racor.
(425) 254-4994
catherine.schrock@paccar.com PEAK Commercial & Industrial Booth 522
www.paccarparts.com 4065 Commercial Ave.
PACCAR Parts, a division of PACCAR Inc is a global leader Northbrook, IL 60062 USA
in the distribution, sales and marketing of aftermarket parts (800) 323-5440
for heavy and medium-duty trucks, trailers, buses, and swheatley@oldworldind.com
engines. www.PEAKHD.com
Led by flagship brands PEAK, BlueDEF and Final Charge,
Palfinger Liftgates Booth 1149 Old World Industries boasts a 40-year history of American
2670 Britt Road ingenuity. Forty years of developing automotive and heavy-
Janesville, WI 53548 USA duty products for the most extreme climates and working
(608) 347-1152 conditions that equal billions of miles on the road in big rigs
d.sullivan@palfinger.com and billions of hours of heavy equipment in the mines and
www.palfinger.com on the farm.
Hydraulic lifgates
Pedigree Technologies Booth 2839
Pana-Pacific Booth 616 4776 28th Ave. S, Suite 101
838 N. Laverne Ave. Fargo, ND 58104 USA
Fresno, CA 93727 USA (800) 470-6581
(559) 457-4731 info@pedigreetechnologies.com
daniel.sievers@panapacific.com www.pedigreetechnologies.com
www.panapacific.com The OneView platform from Pedigree Technologies gives
Our dedicated sales and engineering experts have worked you the power to prevent costly repairs and significantly
side-by-side with Commercial Vehicle manufacturers for extend the life of your equipment. On just a single system
over 41 years creating custom OEM product solutions. you’ll be able to schedule maintenance based on usage or
PanaPacifics’ systems-integration approach has timing, record work history, receive automated alerts, and
positioned us as specialists in the areas of mobile audio more. OneView allows you to decrease the cost of service
and entertainment, satellite radio, safety, navigation, video operations and improve profit margin with real-time insight
systems, communications, mobile appliances, telematics into equipment usage and maintenance history.
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2017 TMC Exhibitors
Peterbilt Motors Booth 900 Phillips & Temro Industries Booth 2045
1700 Woodbrook St. 9700 West 74th Street
Denton, TX 76205 USA Eden Prairie, MN 55344 USA
(940) 591-4283 (952) 918-8741
Wesley.Slavin@PACCAR.com pauline.krebs@phillipsandtemro.com
www.peterbilt.com phillipsandtemro.com
Peterbilt Motors Company is the industry’s premium quality Phillips and Temro Industries is the global leader in
truck manufacturer with Class 6-8 product solutions across providing innovative custom thermal technology solutions
the full range of applications and requirements. Peterbilt and systems that offer quality, durability and dependability
and its North American dealer network help customers in adverse conditions, across diverse markets. Brands
achieve maximum uptime through comprehensive service Include: Zerostart, Temro, Arctic Fox, Truflo and Idle Free.
and parts support. Peterbilt’s Rapid Check program gives
fast and accurate service diagnostics in two hours or less. Phillips Industries Booth 1852
Peterbilt’s SmartLINQ connected truck technology delivers 12012 Burke St.
real-time diagnostics and helps customers manage service Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 USA
needs to help keep deliveries on-time and vehicles running (562) 781-2121
at peak performance. mya@phillipsind.com
www.phillipsind.com
Peterson Manufacturing Co. Booth 622 Phillips Industries is the leading global solution provider
4200 E. 135th St. of advanced OEM and aftermarket electrical and air
Grandview, MO 64030 USA brake equipment. Phillips’ innovative products include:
(816) 765-2000 12-volt (SAE) and 24-volt (ISO); electrical cables, electrical
pmco@pmlights.com connectors, power management units, wiring harnesses,
www.pmlights.com interior and exterior trailer lighting, air assemblies, air
LumenX LED lighting, PM brand LED lighting, Maxi-Seal connectors, and much more.
harness systems, Defender harness & lighting complete
trailer systems. General vehicle safety lighting, LED strobe PIT Group (FPInnovations) Booth 2653
lights, reflectors, mirrors, back-up alarms, and related 235 Peachtree St. NE, Ste. 400
accessories. Atlanta, GA 30303 USA
(855) 472-1159
Petro-Canada Lubricants Booth 1716 karine.seguin@thepitgroup.com
2310 Lakeshore Road West www.thepitgroup.com
Mississauga, ON L5J 1K2 CAN PIT Group is an unbiased, neutral testing organization that
(905) 804-3456 helps manufacturers and fleet managers provide and select
jrushton@suncor.com the best technologies to reduce costs and environmental
lubricants.petro-canada.com impact. PIT Group evaluates technologies that promote
Petro-Canada Lubricants, a Suncor business, blends and efficient energy use in the commercial transportation,
packages more than 350 different lubricants, specialty fluids municipal and transit industries across North America.
and greases that are exported to more than 80 countries
on six continents. Petro-Canada Lubricants specializes Pivotal LNG Booth 2144
in products and services proven to maximize equipment 10 Peachtree Place
performance, productivity and overall savings. Atlanta, GA 30309 USA
(404) 783-3550
info@pivotallng.com
www.pivotallng.com
Pivotal LNG supplies liquefied natural gas (LNG) 24 hours
a day, 365 days a year. Pivotal LNG and Southern Company
operate a network of LNG production facilities with the
capacity to produce 540,000 gallons per day and the ability
to store more than 94 million gallons.

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All rights reserved. Detroit™ is a brand of Detroit Diesel Corporation, a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America LLC, a Daimler company.
2017 TMC Exhibitors
Power Test, Inc. Booth 2948 Premier Pits have 40 years experience in the design,
N60 W22700 Silver Spring Dr. manufacture and installation of prefabricated pits, the
Sussex, WI 53089 USA range includes inspection, maintenance, under chassis
(262) 252-4301 wash, rail, and ATF pits. There is also a wide range of H &
patk@pwrtst.com S accessories available. The product has been installed
www.powertestdyno.com internationally for many years, countries include Africa,
We design and manufacture truck and bus chassis Afghanistan, Norway, Holland and France.
dynamometers, heavy-duty transmission test centers,
engine dynos, and data acquisition and control software. PressureGuard Booth 1739
550 Brick Church Park Drive
Preco Electronics Booth 2015 Nashville, TN 37207 USA
10335 W Emerald Street (615) 227-9899
Boise, ID 83704 USA sales@pressureguard.com
(208) 323-7110 www.pressureguard.com
thumpherys@preco.com Automatic tire inflation/deflation systems.
www.preco.com
Preco Electronics designs, engineers and manufactures Prestone Booth 2012
collision mitigation technology optimized for heavy 1900 West Field Court
equipment. Our safety products have survived the industry’s Lake Forest, IL 60045 USA
most rigorous testing for unstoppable performance. (847) 482-3807
Danyll.Narewski@Prestone.com
Predictive Fleet Technologies, Inc. Booth 2619 www.PrestoneCommand.com
4608 N. Saginaw Rd. The Prestone Command family of products are specifically
Midland, MI 48640 USA designed to help keep heavy-duty engines worry-free
(989) 859-6213 and operating at their optimum level. Prestone Command
djstrock@engineangel.com products have been carefully designed and formulated to
www.engineangel.com uphold the guidelines defined by the American Trucking
Engine Polygraph® is the fastest, easiest and most Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council’s (TMC)
accurate way to detect mechanical problems with Recommended Practices.
any piston engine. Engine Angel® is a powerful fleet
management system providing predictive failure analysis Prolam Flooring Co. Booth 856
and advanced analytics to optimize fleet performance. Go 439 Chemin Vincelotte
beyond other ECM data-driven products and see everything Cap-Saint-Ignace, QC G0R 1H0 CAN
happening inside your engine. (800) 883-3975
jjannell@comcast.net
Premier MFG Co. Booth 1922 www.prolamfloors.com
19500 SW Teton Ave. Prolam Flooring Co. provides the most diverse, cost-
Tualatin, OR 97062 USA effective laminated trailer floor solutions for today’s fleets.
(503) 234-9202 Products: Waxin100- to protect the wood, glue lines from
Sales@premier-MFG.com moisture and reduce degradation. PuR Hot-Melt- plastic
Premier-MFG.com undercoat on the bottom creates a barrier to stop moisture
Industry leader in manufacturing quality couplings, pintle and the elements dead in its tracks. Zig-Zag/Finger jointing-
hooks, lunette eyes, jacks, hinges, and related components. technology to help distribute weight-bearing stress caused
by forklifts. The Highest Quality: Over 75 quality control
Premier Pits (MBE Fabrications LTD) Booth 2740 checks throughout our manufacturing process to ensure
Town Drove, Quadring, Spalding the highest quality and minimize quality issues. More than
Lincolnshire, PE114PU GBR 19 years of manufacturing in the most state of the art
00441775821222 flooring plant in North America.
info@premierpits.com
www.premierpits.com

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PT Coupling Company Booth 1750 Purosil LLC Booth 3019
PO Box 3909 708 S. Temescal St.
Enid, OK 73702 USA Corona, CA 92878 USA
(580) 237-4033 (626) 841-3617
admina@ptcoupling.com lscott@purosil.com
www.ptcoupling.com www.purosil.com
PT Coupling manufactures and distributes American-made Silicone hose manufacturer.
quick connect/disconnect couplings and replacement
parts for the petroleum, industrial, chemical and food Randall Manufacturing Booth 1950
grade markets. We have a full line of tank truck parts, 722 Church Road
consisting of tank truck flanges, Tank truck flange sight Elmhurst, IL 60126 USA
glasses, tight fill elbows and dual-point vapor recovery. (630) 782-0001
PT also manufactures a complete line of safety products, ccarey@randallmfg.com
safety pumping systems, safety locks and safety bumps. www.randallmfg.com
Also in-line strainers and pump filters along with a full line Randall Access offers a full portfolio of trailer access
of nozzles. We continually strive to provide these quality products including straight and folding safety walkramps,
products at a competitive price, with on time delivery, middle and front door platforms, and retractable steps
and the highest standards of customer service. We have for delivery vehicles. For more information about
14 warehouse’s throughout North America and three Randall Access and Randall Manufacturing, visit www.
international warehouses. randallaccess.com and www.randallmfg.com.
Toll Free: 800-654-0320 www.ptcoupling.com
Realwheels Booth 313
PureFlow Technologies — Airdog Booth 2351 3940 Tannahill Drive
5508 Business 50 West Gurnee, IL 60031 USA
Jefferson City, MO 65109 USA (847) 662-7722
(573) 635-0555 cdalton@realwheels.com
Sales@pureflowtechnologies.com www.realwheels.com
www.pureflowtechnologies.com Twist and lock aero covers, stainless steel simulators, axle
PureFlow Technologies manufactures and markets the covers, LED air guard set and go (tire pressure monitoring
AirDog heavy-duty and industrial fuel systems. The Champ is system), diamond billet pedals and grille covers.
easy to install, has no moving parts and there is no motor or
electrical connections. The benefits of installing our Champ Recochem Inc. Booth 2749
fuel system include, increased fuel MPG, better performance, 850 Montée de Liesse
lower emission output, and maximum injector life. Montreal, QC H4T 1P4 CAN
(514) 341-3550
Purkeys Booth 738 nrenglich@recochem.com
823 S. Lincoln St. www.recochem.com
Lowell, AR 72745 USA Recochem produces heavy-duty (HD) engine coolants
(479) 531-7769 with advanced technologies that have been approved for
lrambeaux@purkeys.net maintaining commercial and transport equipment. From
purkeys.net multi-vehicle fleets, trucks and construction machinery,
Purkeys has over 25 years’ experience producing cost- to mining equipment and farm applications, the HD line-up
effective electrical innovations for the heavy-duty provides reliable engine system care to help avoid costly
trucking industry. We offer existing and custom solutions, repairs and engine downtime.
training programs and industry expertise to help you cut
maintenance costs and equipment usage.

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2017 TMC Exhibitors
Red Kap / VF Imagewear, Inc. Booth 2702 Retrac Mirrors Booth 2801
545 Marriott Drive - Suite 200 1200 E. Birch Ave.
Nashville, TN 37214 USA Brandon, SD 57005 USA
(615) 565-5087 (605) 582-7200
Kristi_hinton@vfc.com kerryh@retracmirrors.com
www.redkap.com www.retracmirrors.com
VF Imagewear’s Red Kap brand outfits more than 16 million Manufacture of convex, west coast, and aerodynamic
people who go to work every day, doing real work and doing mirror heads: safety brackets, and grille guards. Featuring
it the right way. Partner with Red Kap and you’ll be on the TuffGuard and ProTec grille guards, and introducing the
road to looking great — we should know — we’ve been new TuffGuard II and MagLatch system.
doing it since 1923.
Reyco Granning Suspensions Booth 1830
Redline Detection Booth 2823 1205 Industrial Park Dr.
828 W. Taft Ave. Mount Vernon, MO 65712 USA
Orange, CA 92865 USA (417) 466-2178
(714) 451-1411 bscheffee@reycogranning.com
nrivas@redlinedetection.com www.reycogranning.com
www.redlinedetection.com Reyco Granning designs and manufactures air, steel
Aftertreatment Problems? New Technology Ends DPF spring, and auxiliary suspensions used by truck, trailer and
Issues. Upstream component faults are the root cause of specialty vehicle OEMs. Reyco Granning is a suspension
89 percent of aftertreatment problems. OEM-mandated HD manufacturer with more than 65 years of proven product
PowerSmoke pinpoints ALL upstream component leaks in quality, durability, and reliability.
minutes. This award winning new tool reduces diagnostic
time and warranty costs, eliminates come-backs, improves Ridge Corporation Booth 2855
fuel economy, and ends your aftertreatment pain. 1201 Etna Parkway
Pataskala, OH 43062 USA
Reliable Transmission Service Booth 2629 (614) 207-2087
6613 78th St. South gary.grandominico@ridgecorp.com
Riverview, FL 33568 USA www.ridgecorp.com
(800) 344-0485 Ridge Corporation is an innovative company that offers
tracyk@rtsallison.com expertise in interior liners and aerodynamic devices for
www.rtsallison.com truck trailers. Our revolutionary one piece integral walls
We are an Allison authorized remanufacture and service provide superior puncture protection, weight savings,
maintenance dealer. and lower maintenance costs for refrigerated trailers. Our
thermoformed dry freight panels, integral dry freight walls
Reliance Supply, Inc. Booth 915 and nose liners, provide light weight puncture resistant
219 Edgewood Ave., S. protection for sheet and post trailers. All our integral walls
Jacksonville, FL 32254 USA allow you to choose you scuff height. Our aerodynamic side
(904) 387-0911 skirts and tails are listed on the EPA SmartWay website
jonathan.carryl@reliancesupply.com under “Verified Trailer Technologies – Advanced Trailer
www.reliancesupply.com Skirt – 5%.” Specify Ridge products by name.
Distributor of USA-made fasteners and shop supplies.

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RigMaster Power International Ltd. Booth 1444 Rockland Flooring is a leading manufacturer of laminated oak
1320 Ellesmere Rd. flooring for dry vans, domestic containers and truck bodies.
Toronto, ON M1P 2X9 CAN For the past 24 years, Rockland has supplied OEM’s and
(800) 249-6222 fleets worldwide with new and innovative products like Grip
info@rigmasterpower.com Guard, Wax Guard, Defender, and Pound Saver composite
www.rigmasterpower.com flooring. The company also offers a variety of Apitong
Auxiliary Power Units (APUs) for the transportation industry. products such as shiplap decking, fillers, kickboards, slats
RigMaster anti-idling technology APUs are completely stand- and other specialty parts. For more information about Rockland
alone designed units. Models with heating, air conditioning Flooring, please visit us at www.RocklandFlooring.com.
(A/C), and generators are available. Save on diesel fuel and
stay comfortable in your sleeper cab without idling your Rotary Lift Booth 2945
truck’s engine. RigMaster... Discover the Difference! 2700 Lanier Drive
Madison, IN 47250 USA
Road Choice Truck Parts Booth 2654 (800) 445-5438
8003 Piedmont Triad Parkway kgreves@rotarylift.com
Greensboro, NC 27409 www.rotarylift.com
(336) 359-8563 Rotary Lift is the leading brand of vehicle lifts designed to
lynn.degenova@volvo.com increase technician productivity. Rotary Lift was founded
roadchoice.com
Road Choice our mission is to provide information about in 1925 by the inventory of the first automotive hydraulic
the heavy duty trucking aftermarket and offer quality, cost- lift and now offers the broadest line of lifts for use in the
effective, all-makes, truck parts. professional automotive service, commercial truck and
transit applications.
RoadForce Booth 416
11120 Tomahawk Creek Parkway Rush Truck Centers Booth 2506
Leawood, KS 66211 USA 555 IH 35 South, Suite 500
(816) 841-1733 New Braunfels, TX 78130 USA
jim.thornton@roadforcecentral.com (800) 973-7874
www.roadforcecentral.com rushcare@rushenterprises.com
RoadForce offers a full line of heavy-duty truck parts and www.rushtruckcenters.com
accessories for all makes and models. RoadForce is sold Rush Truck Centers is the premier solutions provider to
through a dealer network throughout the USA. RoadForce the commercial vehicle market with more than 100 full
parts are rigorously tested to ensure quality and are backed service dealership locations throughout the country. We
by warranty. represent industry leading truck brands and offer parts,
service and collision center capabilities along with a range
ROADWARRIOR Inc. Booth 410 of aftermarket solutions including mobile services, vehicle
140 Cidermill Avenue, Bldg. D technologies, an extensive inventory of all-makes parts,
Concord, ON L4K 4T6 CAN alternative fuel parts and service and custom vehicle
(905) 660-6450 modifications. Momentum Fuel Technologies offers the first
info@roadwarrior-inc.com complete compressed natural gas fuel system, featuring
www.roadwarrior-inc.com innovative design and technology, advanced safety
ROADWARRIOR Inc. manufactures a broad range of Diesel features, installation and service support anchored by the
Particulate Filters (DPFs) and Catalysts for post-2007, Rush Truck Centers service network.
medium to heavy-duty trucks and buses.

Rockland Flooring Booth 1754


2720 North Service Drive
Red Wing, MN 55066 USA
(651) 706-2544
jhenderson@rocklandflooring.com
www.RocklandFlooring.com

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Safety Vision Booth 1815 right solution to every lubrication challenge. Schaeffer’s
6100 W. Sam Houston Pkwy., N. products provide strong engine durability and fuel economy
Houston, TX 77041 USA benefits, allowing you to maximize your equipment’s
(800) 880-8855 efficiency and return on investment. www.schaefferoil.com
email@safetyvision.com
www.safetyvision.com Scully Signal Company Booth 2250
Safety Vision first began outfitting fleets of trucks with rear 70 Industrial Way
vision products approximately 20 years ago. Since that Wilmington, MA 01887 USA
time, our products have matured to incorporate the latest (617) 692-8693
technology, creating seamless and efficient solutions. rcrowley@scully.com
Public and private sector customers in diverse commercial, www.scully.com
regulated, and heavy equipment industries use our proven Electronic spill prevention and static ground proving
collision avoidance, mobile video surveillance, and Video equipment for storage and terminal operations
Telematics Systems (VTS) for immediate and tangible
results. Sealco Commercial Vehicle Products Booth 744
215 East Watkins St.
SAF-HOLLAND Booth 922 Phoenix, AZ 85004 USA
1950 Industrial Blvd. (602) 253-1007
Muskegon, MI 49442 USA danielle.langdon@sealcocvp.com
(616) 405-6787 www.sealcocvp.com
jeff.peterson@safholland.com Sealco manufactures air brake valves and electrical wiring
www.safholland.us harnesses with worldwide distribution, specializing in
SAF-HOLLAND is delivering fleets cost savings through commercial trailer applications. We offer a wide variety of
its innovative components, systems and technologies. products, including spring brake control valves, control line
SAF-HOLLAND brands include SAF trailer disc brake axle valves, relay and relay emergency valves, push-pull valves
suspension systems, HOLLAND fifth wheels, HOLLAND and line filters. Sealco is the only company authorized
landing gear, HOLLAND couplings and NEWAY power/ by Meritor WABCO CVS to distribute their ABS and RSS+
auxiliary suspensions. systems to trailer OEMs in North America.

Sapp Bros. Travel Centers Booth 1545 Sears Seating Booth 1335
9915 S. 148 St. 1718 South Concord Street
Omaha, NE 68138 USA Davenport, IA 52802 USA
(402) 895-7038 (563) 383-2800
cparker@sappbros.net info@searsseating.com
www.sappbros.net www.searsseating.com
Sapp Bros. is a collection of 17 friendly, full-service Travel Leading supplier of heavy-duty truck suspension seats.
Centers stretching across the Midwest. Ten locations offer
a knowledgeable truck service center, which also provide Sharp Heavy Equipment Services Booth 437
24-hour roadside assistance for professional drivers. Many 3603 FM 51
locations feature a sit-down café and fast food options for Gainesville, TX 76240 USA
drivers. Also offering guaranteed scales! (817) 403-5365
bcrowell@sharphes.com
Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants Booth 2118 sharphes.com
102 Barton St. Sharp Heavy Equipment Services provides 24/7 on-site
Saint Louis, MO 63104 USA preventive maintenance services for the trucking industry.
(800) 325-9962 Our customers understand that performing preventive
mherndon@schaefferoil.com maintenance is not a core business function for their
www.schaefferoil.com company, but it is for ours.
Founded in 1839, Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants is a
sixth-generation, family-owned company that delivers the

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Shell Booth 2136 SmartTruck Booth 654
910 Louisiana 1200 Donaldson Rd.
Houston, TX 77002 USA Greenville, SC 29605 USA
(800) 237-8645 (888) 320-5970
stacey.schwoeppe@shell.com ssmith@smarttruckaero.com
www.shell.com smarttruckaero.com
Shell Lubricants offers an industry-leading package of SmartTruck envisions, designs, and creates precision
premium products, engineering expertise and support aerodynamic, fuel-saving efficiency solutions for the
services specifically designed toward a single goal: to help trucking industry. With available configurations delivering
fleets lower their total cost of ownership. as much as 10 percent fuel savings, all SmartTruck Aero
Systems are EPA SmartWay® Verified and CARB compliant.
Silver Eagle Manufacturing Company Booth 1954 Each highly durable system is covered by a limited-lifetime
5825 NE Skyport Way warranty.
Portland, OR 97218 USA
(503) 335-2161 Snap-on Booth 530
Brian@silvereaglemfg.com 2950 Waterview Dr.
www.Silvereaglemfg.com Rochester Hills, MI 48309 USA
Silver Eagle Manufacturing Company is North America’s (248) 622-6542
leading manufacturer of convertor Dollies. This year we are david.shock@snapon.com
featuring the T-Dolly, a dolly that closes the gap between www.nexiq.com
trailers automatically , which results in fuel savings of Vehicle telematics and diagnostic products, software, and
2.5-3.5% and increased stability. We offer both single and services for the trucking fleet vehicle industries.
tandem axle convertor dollies with either air ride or spring
suspension. We have been manufacturing Dollies for 80 Snider Fleet Solutions Booth 2044
years and we take great pride in our ergonomic designs 200 East Meadowview Rd.
and manufacturing capabilities. Please visit our web site for Greensboro, NC 27406 USA
more information. www.silvereaglemfg.com (336) 215-6227
kallen@sniderfleet.com
SKF Booth 1638 sniderfleet.com
890 N. State St., Ste. 200 Snider Fleet Solutions is one of the largest commercial tire
Elgin, IL 60123 USA and retread dealers in the nation, recognized as a leader in
(800) 882-0008 providing innovative outsourcing alternatives for on-truck
skfpartsinfo@skf.com fleets to large, multi-location fleets. We also serve fleets
vsm.skf.com with best-in-class mechanical service, 24/7 emergency
A leading supplier at both the OE and AM for wheel end roadside assistance and used truck buying and selling.
components; including bearings, seals, u-joints as well
as air dryers and corrosion maintenance items for both SOTI Booth 2724
tractors and trailers. 5770 Hurontario St., Suite 1100
Mississauga, ON L5R 3G5 CAN
Skyline Booth 1855 (905) 624-9828
200 Progress Drive sales@soti.net
Montgomeryville, PA 18936 USA www.soti.net
(215) 699-0735 There is a growing reliance on mobile devices to improve
agross@eswgroup.com customer service, reduce costs, and increase productivity.
www.skylineemissions.com This reliance means; more complexity, more IT headaches,
Direct OE replacement Diesel Particulate Filters with OE and more risk. SOTI makes it easy to deploy, manage,
grade filter and coating and made in the USA. secure and support all of your mobile devices; laptops,
tablets and smartphones, purpose-built or consumer-grade.

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Southwest Research Institute Booth 1534 Stertil-Koni Booth 3045
6220 Culebra Rd. 200 Log Canoe Circle
San Antonio, TX 78238-5166 USA Stevensville, MD 21666 USA
(210) 684-5111 (800) 336-6637
jeffry.sellers@swri.org stephanie@stertil-koni.com
www.swri.org www.stertil-koni.com
Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI®), an independent, Heavy-duty vehicle lifts.
non-profit R&D facility, has always been involved in
validation of automotive product performance to improve fuel Stoughton Trailers Booth 3134
economy. SwRI offers expertise in evaluating lubricants, fuel 461 South Academy Street
technologies, product development, and components. Typical Stoughton, WI 53589 USA
programs include evaluation of lubricants, fuel additives, (608) 877-8601
fuel economy, aerodynamic components, and durability and rjake@stoughtontrailers.com
performance testing of driveline components. www.stoughtontrailers.com
Dry-van plate trailer.
Spireon, Inc. Booth 2222
16802 Aston St. Streamline Transportation
Irvine, CA 92606 USA Technologies Inc. Booth 1139
(800) 557-1449 348A Tranquille Rd
bpickett@spireon.com Kamloops, BC V2B 3G6 Canada
www.spireon.com (844) 571-8200
Spireon connects companies to their mobile assets and admin.streamline@arrow.ca
www.stti.ca
workforces, giving them powerful information platforms that
Streamline already uses SAAS (Software as a Service) in
turn data into actionable business intelligence. Spireon’s anticipation of the day when electronic logging will become
leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-based tools now mandatory, which is already set to be by December 2017 in
connects more than 3 million vehicles and assets through the USA. By then, Navistream users will already have been
the company’s vehicle finance, fleet telematics, and trailer compliant. Not only is our on-board technology forward-
management solutions. Spireon empowers transportation thinking, it is also the easiest digital solution currently
companies with advanced trailer analytics to enhance available on the market. Once you try Navistream, you won’t
business operations and recognize an ongoing ROI. want any other tracking system.

STEMCO Booth 834 Strehl LLC Booth 754


300 Industrial Blvd. 15957 N 81st St., Ste. 102
Longview, TX 75602 USA Scottsdale, AZ 85260 USA
(903) 232-3572 (602) 616-0985
kelly.roberts@stemco.com rsenatro@strehlusa.com
www.stemco.com www.strehlusa.com
STEMCO has been supplying a diverse line of high TrailerBlade, truck parts.
performance systems and components to the commercial
vehicle industry since 1951. Our mission is to engineer
advanced commercial vehicle solutions and create
exceptional customer experiences in our passion of Making
The Roadways Safer®.

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Strick Trailers, LLC Booth 100 TECTRAN Booth 2323
301 N. Polk St. 2345 Walden Ave., Suite 100
Monroe, IN 46772 USA Cheektowaga, NY 14225 USA
(260) 692-6121 (716) 894-2284
www.stricktrailers.com info@tectran.com
The Strick Group manufactures sheet and post van trailers, www.tectran.com
container chassis, and specialty steel trailers. The Strick TECTRAN — A solutions focused, industry leader dedicated
Trailer van division is focused on “customer-izing” trailers to designing and manufacturing high-performance tractor-
with innovative, compelling value specifications for carriers trailer connection systems.
with critical operating needs. Standard Strick sheet and post
vans are proudly designed and assembled in the US with 97 Teletrac Navman Booth 2017
percent North American sourced materials and components. 7391 Lincoln Way
Garden Grove, CA 92841 USA
Sumitomo Tires / TBC Corporation Booth 2848 (714) 897-0877
4300 TBC Way info@teletrac.com
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 USA www.teletracnavman.com
(561) 383-3000 DIRECTOR is the next leap forward in fleet intelligence.
bdashiell@tbccorp.com Designed to be simple and accessible, this platform allows
www.tbccorp.com companies to gain efficient management habits while
Commercial truck tires. reducing their operating costs and increasing overall
revenue.
TE Connectivity Booth 2123
4849 Hempstead Station Dr. Temper Axle Products Corporation Booth 3047
Kettering, OH 45429 USA PO Box 1127, 544 Persse Road
(888) 523-3462 Fonda, NY 12068 USA
dawnc@te.com (518) 853-3467
www.te.com rayp@tempercorp.com
TE Industrial & Commercial Transportation is a world www.doctorpreload.com
leader in supporting today’s increasingly complex Doctor Preload bearing adjustment sets truck wheel
and sophisticated equipment and applications. Our ends to SAE specified light preload settings. Fast,
comprehensive portfolio of rugged sensors, terminals, accurate, repeatable, measured. Saves time and money,
connectors, relays, and hybrid and electric mobility improving tire mileage and establishing optimal wheel end
solutions withstand the harshest environmental conditions performance. Products include Temper-Loc spindle nuts
and help vehicles operate safer, cleaner, and smarter. and Doctor Preload bearing adjustment tools. Come meet
Dr. Preload!
TechForce Foundation Booth 1448
16220 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 100 The Mudflap King, LLC Booth 2852
Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA 24901 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 400
(845) 987-4203 Southfield, MI 48075 USA
gregsettle@outlook.com (248) 356-3400
techforcefoundation.org lwilliams@isscompanies.com
TechForce Foundation encourages and supports students to themudflapking.com
and through their technical education, and into careers in Mudflaps for trucks and commercial vehicles as well as
the automotive, diesel, collision repair, motorcycle, marine, reflective tapes and other materials.
NASCAR and other transportation industries through
scholarships, grants, career development and other special
programs.

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Thermo King Corporation Booth 630 www.timken.com
314 W. 90th Street Timken designs and manufactures bearings for the most
Bloomington, MN 55420 USA demanding industries, we know the right ways to make
(952) 887-2200 products and the best materials to use. With reliable,
marketing@thermoking.com precise products demonstrating consistent performance,
na.thermoking.com you gain more uptime. In fact, Timken bearings consistently
Thermo King is the world leader in transport temperature outperform the competition by a 2-1 margin.
control systems for trucks, trailers, buses, rail cars and
containers. Thermo King manufactures auxiliary power Tire Centers, LLC Booth 208
units, which reduce engine idling. Thermo King products 310 Inglesby Parkway
are backed by a nationwide dealer network, which provides Duncan, SC 29334 USA
expert factory-trained service and a complete line of parts. (864) 329-2700
TMC@tirecenters.com
Thieman Tailgates, Inc. Booth 835 www.tirecenters.com
600 E. Wayne St. TCi™ Tire Centers (TCi®) delivers innovative solutions
Celina, OH 45822 USA to address the tire and fleet maintenance needs of your
(800) 524-5210 commercial truck, earthmover, agricultural, and industrial
info@thiemantailgates.com fleet. With more than 50 commercial centers and nine state-
www.thiemantailgates.com of-the-art Michelin Retread Technologies plants we can
Thieman Tailgates markets a full line of hydraulic liftgates service your fleet locally, regionally and nationally. At TCi
for light, medium and heavy-duty trucks and trailers. From a we pride ourselves on improving fleets uptime, safety and
1000 lb. lifting capacity to a 6600 lb. lifting capacity, Thieman fleet maintenance cost. Visit us at www.tirecenters.com.
can provide a liftgate for almost every application. If there
is a need for a different platform size or special bed height Tire Retread & Repair
applications, Thieman can usually customize a liftgate to Information Bureau (TRIB) Booth 338
meet the customers needs. 1013 Birch Street
Falls Church, VA 22046 USA
TICO Manufacturing Booth 1130/Booth 3022 (703) 533-7677
66 Cypress Ridge Dr. info@retread.org
Ridgeland, SC 29936 USA www.retread.org
(843) 717-3177 TRIB is a non-profit industry association whose goal is to
lthomas@ticotractors.com provide the motoring public (both in the private and public
ticotractors.com sectors) with the most up-to-date information about the
TICO manufactures a unique terminal tractor for use in economic and environmental benefits of tire retreading and
distribution, rail yard and port markets across North America tire repairing.
and Internationally. TICO is the only manufacturer of terminal
tractors that operates and maintains its own equipment- Tireboss TPC International Booth 2219
the largest fleet in North America- the most effective 15803-121A Ave
and truly unrivaled R&D strategy in the terminal tractor Edmonton, AB T5B 1V1 CAN
market. TICO offers its Pro Spotter terminal tractor and its (780) 451-4894
extensive knowledge of the equipment to the retail market l.trevors@tireboss.com
with a promise of quality, low cost of operation, simple www.tireboss.com
maintenance, and best-in class uptime. TICO tractors are, Adjust your tire pressures on the move with TIREBOSS™
simply put, Built For The Real World. Tire Pressure Control. TIREBOSS™ provides extended tire
life, exceptional traction, reduced rutting, and increased
Timken Booth 3116 productivity. Thousands of TIREBOSS™ users worldwide
4500 Mount Pleasant St NW attest to the significant benefits & reliability of TIREBOSS™
N Canton, OH 44721 USA in Over the Road and Off Road applications. www.
(234) 262-7106 TIREBOSS.com
karen.may@timken.com

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Tire-Track LLC Booth 2327 TMW Systems Booth 2244
5 Trowbridge Drive 6085 Parkland Blvd.
Bethel, CT 06801 USA Mayfield Heights, OH 44124 USA
(475) 329-5158 (216) 213-6647
info@tire-track.com tmiller@tmwsystems.com
www.tire-track.com www.tmwsystems.com
Manufacturer & distributor of Permanent rubber barcode TMW Systems is a leading transportation technology
labels specifically designed for tires. The ID UNIT replaces provider to high-performing private fleets and commercial
“hot branding” with a machine readable barcode, so that carriers, brokers and 3PLs. Our TMT Fleet Maintenance and
Fleet Managers can track their tires from cradle-to-grave. TMT Service Center products help manage and maintain
The ID UNIT works seamlessly with most fleet maintenance, almost two million power units, trucks, trailers, vocational
tire tracking or dealer retread programs. vehicles and related equipment, improving safety and
lifecycle cost tracking.
TKO Graphix Booth 953
2751 Stafford Rd. TODCO Booth 2444
Plainfield, IN 46168 USA 1332 Fairground Road East
(317) 271-1398 Marion, OH 43302 USA
njarial@tkographix.com (740) 383-6376
tkographix.com lynne_bosh@todco.com
Looking for Fleet Graphics? TKO Graphix is a leader in www.todco.com
the printing, installation and removal of fleet graphics. Manufacturer of roll-up and swing doors, walkramps
We specialize in large rebrands and mergers by offering and aftermarket parts and products for dry freight and
the largest companyemployed installation team. We’re refrigerated van trailers.
a 3M Certified graphics installation company with over
100 installers delivering quality installation and removal Tortal Training Booth 2722
services nationwide 14825 Ballantyne Village Way, Bldg A, Ste 240-4
Charlotte, NC 28277-4280 USA
TMC Prize Desk Booth 135 (704) 323-8953
950 N. Glebe Rd., Ste. 210 brannon@tortal.net
Arlington, VA 22203 USA www.tortal.net
(703) 838-1763 Tortal Training specializes in developing interactive
tmc@trucking.org eLearning solutions. We make effective training easier
tmc.trucking.org by specializing in engagement. We are the only training
Location for TMC prize drawings. partner that uses strategic engagement methodologies
for organizations with distributed workforces to maximize
TMC’s Professional Technician Development training effectiveness in an era when talent development is
Committee (PTDC) Booth 3104 essential in driving sustainable business results.
950 N. Glebe Rd., Ste. 210
Arlington, VA 22203 USA
(703) 838-1776
tmc@trucking.org
tmc.trucking.org
Location of the PTDC’s Big Rig Challenge (Pinewood Derby).

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TOTAL Lubricants Booth 2744 ensure that you can install any of our remanufactured units
1201 Louisiana St., Ste 1800 with confidence.
Houston, TX 77002 USA
(713) 969-4657 Transglobal Door Booth 955
laura.colmerauer@total.com 225 N. Patterson St.
www.totalspecialties.com Carey, OH 43316 USA
TOTAL Lubricants offers a wide range of lubricants (517) 240-7695
including: heavy-duty engine oils under the Rubia product mhauer@transglobaldoor.com
range, Synthetic and Conventional Engine Oils under the www.transglobaldoor.com
Quartz product range, as well as a wide range of Industrial Transglobal Incorporated primarily manufactures roll-up
lubricants. The quality of TOTAL has led prestigious OEMs doors, composite swing doors and OE-quality door parts
to approve, use and recommend TOTAL during both factory- including: dry-freight wood doors, composite doors, plastic
fills and regularly scheduled maintenance visits. The TOTAL doors, refrigerated doors and high quality replacement
Brand has been established through its strength, commitment parts. Transglobal roll-up doors — standard at many trailer
to service and excellence as the “partner brand.” and truck body manufacturers, raising the standard in
transportation roll-up door systems and hardware.
Tramec Sloan Booth 1744
534 East 48th Street Transport Topics Booth 844
Holland, MI 49423 USA 950 North Glebe Road, Suite 210
(616) 395-5600 Arlington, VA 22203 USA
cderoos@tramecsloan.com (703) 838-1746
tramecsloan.com cwills@ttnews.com
When performance, quality, and American made are a www.ttnews.com
priority, look no further than Tramec Sloan heavy-duty Transport Topics is the news leader in trucking and freight
products. Tramec Sloan has been manufacturing in the USA transportation. When it comes to major issues, industry
for over 35 years, providing high-quality air, electric, and events, and new developments, Transport Topics journalists
brass products to the OE and Aftermarket. are there first and most often ensuring that its executive-
level readership stays informed. In fact, for the last 80
TransAxle Booth 1036 years, this hallmark coverage of the regulatory environment
2501 Route 73 South and the business and technology landscapes makes TT
Cinnaminson, NJ 08077 USA unique — a major multimedia channel, personalized for
(856) 665-4445 transportation.
cstaszewski@transaxle.com
www.transaxle.com TransTechs Booth 716
TransAxle is the largest remanufacturer of drive train 1520 Kensington Rd., #311
components along the East Coast. We cover applications Oak Brook, IL 60523 USA
ranging from light duty trucks to heavy-duty off highway (630) 468-1737
equipment and machines. TransAxle has twenty-four alon@transtechs.com
locations from Maine to Georgia. We are truck part www.transtechs.com
specialists; not generalists. We carry a massive inventory TransTechs provides skilled and general maintenance
and are distributors for over 50 leading manufacturers technicians for employers.
such as Bendix, Dana, Eaton, Fuller and Meritor. Our
knowledgeable sales staff and factory trained technicians
are committed to top quality and customer satisfaction. We
are the experts in remanufacturing. Every unit TransAxle
remanufactures is dynamometer tested to ensure it meets
or exceeds OE specifications. We offer new and exchange
units. We can also custom remanufacture your unit.
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TRANSTEX Booth 439 Trucker Buddy International Booth 2946
6200 Henri Bourassa West 3200 Rice Mine Rd.
Montreal, QC H4R 1C3 CAN Tuscaloosa, AL 35406 USA
(877) 332-3519 (205) 248-1261
KPealow@transtexcomposite.com randy@truckerbuddy.org
www.transtex-llc.com www.truckerbuddy.org
TRANSTEX is the world’s leader in developing and Trucker Buddy matches classes of students with
manufacturing aerodynamic products for commercial professional truck drivers. Every week drivers share news
vehicle applications. The result of more than a decade of about their travels with their class. Once a month, students
engineering, design and testing, EDGE trailer skirt products write letters to their drivers. Students’ skills in reading,
are the industry leader in performance, reliability and writing, geography, mathematics, social studies, and history
value. EDGE products span the many needs of the motor are enhanced and learning is fun.
carrier industry, offering a full range of options for different
configurations and intensities of use. By partnering with Truck-Lite Company, Inc. Booth 1012
installation partners located throughout North America, 310 East Elmwood Avenue
EDGE products can be quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively Falconer, NY 14733 USA
installed, freeing carrier resources to pursue other activities. (716) 665-6214
TRANSTEX suite of products qualifies your fleet for the EPA jlindemuth@truck-lite.com
SmartWay’ s new Elite category for the highest increase in www.truck-lite.com
fuel economy ! Come visit us at Booth 439! For over 50 years, Truck-Lite has proudly manufactured
quality LED, sealed and bulb replaceable safety, forward
TravelCenters of America Booth 1322 and warning lighting as well as harness and mirror systems.
24601 Center Ridge Road
Westlake, OH 44145 USA TruckPro, Inc. Booth 2024
(440) 250-5831 1610 Century Center Pkwy - Suite 107
pdelmonico@ta-petro.com Memphis, TN 38134 USA
www.ta-petro.com (901) 252-4264
TA Truck Service provides heavy truck maintenance by highly howard.fox@truckpro.com
trained technicians with ASE and TIA certifications, plus www.truckpro.com
RoadSquad Connect 24/7/365 emergency roadside service, DPF Founded in 1958, TruckPro is a leading nationwide
cleaning in major markets and OnSITE mobile maintenance. The distributor of heavy-duty truck/trailer products and
254 TA and Petro Stopping Centers in 43 states and Canada also advanced repair services. Through a distribution network
offer DEF fueling lanes, maneuverable lots and Reserve-It truck of 150 retail stores and advanced service shops, Fleet
parking. Learn more at www.ta-petro.com. and Owner/Operator customers know TruckPro for
delivering measurable value and outstanding support with
TrucBrush Corporation Booth 852 immediate access to over 300,000 parts from more than 200
28 Renker Drive manufacturers.
South Easton, MA 02375 USA
(877) 783-0237 Truck Suite Booth 2627
info@TrucBrush.com 190 Charlois Blvd., Suite 200B
TrucBrush.com Winston Salem, NC 27103 USA
TrucBrush® is a patented, mobile device that quickly, (800) 622-2164
effectively and safely clears snow from your fleet’s rooftops. lynn@premium2000.com
Deploy your fleet faster and increase fuel efficiency and www.trucksuite.com
safety by clearing snow from trucks, trailers, and buses Premium 2000+™ is the Original “NO HOOPS” Used Truck
prior to transit in one minute or less with TrucBrush. For Warranty Company. Although we have been in business
more: www.TrucBrush.com or call 877-783-0237 Watch since 1995, we began writing warranties on used trucks in
TrucBrush in action at: http://trucbrush.com/media-gallery/ 2000. We were the first company to allow dealers to inspect
and qualify their own trucks for warranty coverage.

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Tru-Flex Exhaust Components Booth 2704 UniCarriers Americas Corporation Booth 3033
3811 Perry Blvd. 240 N. Prospect St.
Whitestown, IN 46075 USA Marengo, IL 60152 USA
(844) 413-3070 (815) 568-0061
mchester@tru-flex.com marcom@unicarriersamericas.com
www.tru-flex.com www.unicarriersamericas.com
Tru-Flex manufactures flexible metal exhaust hose and From loading docks to lumber yards, from wide open spaces
exhaust bellows for the heavy-duty commercial truck market. to narrow aisles, you’ll find UniCarriers® forklifts bring
added uptime and improved productivity in virtually every
TruStar Energy Booth 2344 type of environment and application. Plus, every Class I, IV,
10225 Philadelphia Court and V forklift is backed by the best limited warranty in the
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 USA business: Two Years/Unlimited Hours!
(813) 957-1846
jswertfeger@trustarenergy.com US Liner Booth 2932
www.trustarenergy.com 19 Leonberg Rd.
TruStar Energy is a leading developer of CNG Fueling Cranberry Township, PA 16066 USA
Infrastructure — from fueling station design and (724) 776-4044
construction to long-term fueling contracts. With a info@USLCO.com
customer-designed focus, TruStar Energy delivers fueling www.USLCO.com
strategies that put fleet owners in the driver’s seat US Liner is the original and industry leading manufacturer
increased productivity and profit. of Bulitex, Versitex, Ecotex and Bad Wolf Scuff that sets
the standard for lightweight, tough and long lasting glass
TSE Brakes Booth 1038 reinforced thermoplastic composite linings for dry and
2310 Industrial Drive SW reefer trailers. Specify only US Liner.
Cullman, AL 35055 USA
(419) 689-0304 Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company Booth 1760
mark.waltz@tsebrakes.com 17295 Railroad St.
www.tsebrakes.com City Of Industry, CA 91748 USA
TSE Brakes, part of Marmon Highway Technologies and a (626) 965-1541
Berkshire Hathaway Company is a 50+ year old company amonreal@utm.com
that designs, manufacturers and distributes high quality www.utilitytrailer.com
brake actuators globally. TSE does business in over 30 Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company is America’s oldest
different countries. With the backing and support of MHT privately owned, family-operated trailer manufacturer.
and Berkshire Hathaway, TSE is poised to become your Building trailers since 1914, Utility designs and manufactures
preferred supplier of premium spring brakes. dry vans, flatbeds, refrigerated vans, and Tautliner®
Curtainsided trailers. Utility operates five factories and offers
Tuffy Manufacturing, Inc. Booth 1844 a dealer network with 113 locations throughout the Americas.
140 Ascot Parkway Utility is the largest producer of refrigerated vans and the
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223 USA third-largest trailer manufacturer in the United States.
(330) 630-1111
mike@tuffymfg.com Vanguard National Trailer Booth 2960
www.tuffymfg.com 289 East Water Tower Drive
National distributor of fleet shop solutions specializing in Monon, IN 47959 USA
tire and wheel related tools, supplies and equipment. (219) 253-2000
dwilliams@cimcunitedstates.com
www.cimc.com
Vanguard Trailer provides dry van trailers, refrigerated
trailers, and flatbed trailers to the North American
transportation market. CIMC Intermodal Equipment provides
container chassis to the same market.

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Vanner Incorporated Booth 2226 leads the transportation industry in visionary databased
4282 Reynolds Drive solutions for fleet safety and business compliance.
Hilliard, OH 43026 USA
(614) 771-2718 VIPAR Heavy Duty, Inc. Booth 919
insidesales@vanner.com 760 McArdle Drive, Suite D
www.vanner.com Crystal Lake, IL 60014 USA
Vanner has been delivering engineering excellence (815) 788-1700
in power conversion and power transformation for info@vipar.com
commercial vehicles in nine markets since 1977. Vanner www.vipar.com
is a leader in commercial transportation, and designs VIPAR Heavy Duty is “North America’s Leading Truck
and delivers patented, high quality, cost-effective and Parts Network” with over 120 distributors at more than 625
environmentally responsible products and services in the locations across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico
U.S. and around the world. dedicated to meeting the maintenance parts and service
needs of fleet operators. VIPAR Heavy-duty has The Right
Velociti Inc. Booth 511 People, with The Right Parts, in The Right Places!
4780 NW 41st St., Ste. 500
Riverside, MO 64150 USA Vnomics Corp. Booth 1249
(913) 551-0119 175 Sully’s Trail, Suite 203
lbarbur@velociti.com Pittsford, NY 14534 USA
Director of Marketing (585) 377-9700
Velociti is a global provider of technology deployment sales@vnomicscorp.com
services, specializing in the management, installation and vnomicscorp.com
service of a broad range of transportation and networking Vnomics True Fuel™ is a stand-alone, OEM-agnostic fuel
technology products. Velociti’s experience allows optimization solution that combines the intelligence of on-
enterprise level technology consumers to maximize ROI as board machine learning with real-time driver coaching to
a result of leveraging expert, rapid deployment. For more eliminate fuel waste and improve vehicle performance.
information visit www.velociti.com or call (855)-233-7210.
Volvo Trucks Booth 2000
Velvac, Inc. Booth 2019 7900 National Service Rd.
2405 S. Calhoun Rd. Greensboro, NC 27409 USA
New Berlin, WI 53151 USA (336) 393-2000
(800) 783-8871 kate.blevins@volvo.com
sales@velvac.com www.volvotrucks.us
www.velvac.com Volvo Trucks produces a full range of class 8 trucks and
Velvac products support a wide range of medium and tractor models – the Volvo VNL, VNM, VNX, VAH and VHD
heavy-duty commercial vehicles, from Class 8 over the road – for both highway and vocational applications, integrated
haulers to fleet vehicles. Our mirrors, vision systems, air with Volvo’s fuelefficient D11, D13, D16 engines & the Volvo
products and fittings/hardware are held to high standards I-Shift transmission. Each new or used truck purchase is
to increase driver safety and help you get the job done. supported by a portfolio of industry-leading parts, service,
and leasing services – including Volvo Financial Services
Vigillo LLC Booth 340 and Volvo Trucks Support Services – through a strong North
630 NW 10th Avenue American dealer network.
Portland, OR 97209 USA
(503) 688-5100
s.bryan@vigillo.com
www.vigillo.com
Founded in 2007 by a team of statisticians and software
engineers, Vigillo translates data into simple, accurate, and
usable CSA analytics and interactive dashboards. Vigillo
believes “if you can measure it, you can manage it,” and

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Wabash National Corporation Booth 1260 supported by 30 distribution locations and nationwide
1000 Sagamore Pkwy. S. warranty coverage.
Lafayette, IN 47905 USA
(765) 771-5518 Wheeler Bros., Inc. Booth 2036
carrie.hoppenjans@wabashnational.com 384 Drum Ave.
www.wabash-trailers.com Somerset, PA 15501 USA
Wabash National, Commercial Trailer Products. Wabash (800) 842-7285
National designs and manufactures a full line of high- bus.development@teamwbi.com
performance commercial trailer products to meet your www.wheelerfleet.com
specific freight requirements. Wheeler Bros., Inc. specializes in part sourcing,
researching, engineering, manufacturing and distribution of
WABCO Booth 220 replacement and heavy equipment parts that would support
2770 Research Drive all your maintenance needs.
Rochester Hills, MI 48309 USA
(248) 270-9265 Whiting Door Manufacturing Corp. Booth 1538
alicia.stewart@wabco-auto.com 113 Cedar Street
www.wabco-auto.com Akron, NY 14001 USA
WABCO is a leading global supplier of technologies and (716) 542-5427
services that improve the safety, efficiency and connectivity info@whitingdoor.com
of commercial vehicles. Founded nearly 150 years ago, www.whitingdoor.com
WABCO continues to pioneer breakthrough innovations Whiting developed the first practical overhead roll-up door
for advanced driver assistance, braking, stability control, for trucks and trailers in 1953. Today, Whiting remains the
suspension, transmission automation and aerodynamics. world’s leading designer and supplier in the industry with a
Additionally, WABCO provides advanced fleet management full line of dry freight, insulated and specialty roll-up doors,
and aftermarket services. For more information, visit www. laminated swing doors and is a leading manufacturer of
wabco-auto.com. custom laminated panels.

Waltco Lift Corp Booth 739 Whiting Systems, Inc. Booth 426
285 Northeast Ave. 9000 Hwy 5 N
Tallmadge, OH 44278 USA Alexander, AR 72002 USA
(800) 211-3074 (501) 831-1021
melissa.waffen@hiab.com jc@whitingsystems.com
www.waltco.com whitingsystems.com
Waltco offers the industry’s most extensive selection of Whiting Systems manufactures automatic large vehicle
liftgates, with over 50 models ranging in capacity from 1,250 wash systems and hand held pressure washers for vehicles
lbs. to 6,600 lbs. We are continually developing, designing, and industrial wash applications. We blend and distribute
and improving our products to provide our customers with the specialized environmental friendly cleaning detergents. We
most effective and productive technology. Waltco...Designed offer a variety of water filtration and reclamation solutions.
Simplicity — Maximum Performance. We Make Liftgates Easy. We train and maintain our systems with technicians
throughout the country. Whiting Systems provides a
Weller Truck Parts Booth 2957 “Complete Fleet Image” program.
1500 Gezon Parkway SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49509
(616) 724-2000
msipple@wellertruck.com
www.wellertruck.com
Serving the medium- and heavy-duty truck market.
Weller has quality remanufactured Allison automatic
transmissions, manual transmissions, automated manual
transmissions, differentials, steering gears and electronics

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WyoTech Booth 2234 ZF Booth 330
1889 Venture Dr. 777 Hickory Hill Drive
Laramie, WY 82070 USA Vernon Hills, IL 60061 USA
(916) 710-1059 (847) 478-6868
john.hurd@zenith.org zfaftermarketmarketing@zf.com
www.wyotech.edu www.zf.com
We’re a private non-profit technical career education ZF Commercial Vehicle Technology is responsible for
company with core programs in Automotive, Diesel, powertrain and chassis technology. The product portfolio
Collision/Refinishing, Motorcycle and Marine technician includes transmissions and powertrain components such as
training programs. Specialized training in Advanced Diesel, clutches, and electric drives. The portfolio also comprises
Mack Trucks, Volvo Trucks, Mazda, High Performance and complete axle systems, chassis components, pumps
Custom Fabrication, Trim and Upholstery. Earn a degree in and gears, steering columns, shafts and cylinders for all
Applied Service Management! Find Your Pro at WyoTech! renowned commercial vehicle manufacturers worldwide.

Xantrex Technology / Schneider Electric Zafety Lug Lock USA Booth 2846
Solar Inverters USA, Inc. Booth 1918 8724 Tyler Blvd.
3700 Gilmore Way Mentor, OH 44060
Burnaby, BC V5G 4M1 CAN (440) 487-4482
(574) 214-8780 ksidistribution@aol.com
Zafety Lug Lock. End the danger of wheel off situations,
steve.carlson@schneider-electric.com
finally! Zafety Lug Lock solves the problem! Ask our
www.xantrex.com customers!
Xantrex is a manufacturer of power electronic equipment
to the vehicle industry. Inverters, chargers, and power Zonar Booth 2708
management systems. 18200 Cascade Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98188 USA
Yokohama Tire Corporation Booth 436 (206) 878-2459
1 MacArthur Place, Suite 800 info@zonarsystems.com
Santa Ana, CA 92707 USA www.zonarsystems.com
(800) 423-4544 Founded 15 years ago, Zonar has pioneered smart fleet
info@yokohamatire.com management technology by providing innovative solutions
yokohamatire.com that have changed commercial trucking fleet operations.
Yokohama Tire Corporation is a leader in tire technology and With a unique focus on this field, the Company offers a
innovation, servicing an extensive sales network throughout complete suite of solutions and specialized platforms for
the U.S. It’s complete product line includes tires for high- our customers. For more information about Zonar Systems,
performance, light truck, passenger car, commercial go to www.zonarsystems.com
truck and bus, and off-the-road mining and construction
applications. For information on Yokohama’s broad product
line, visit www.yokohamatire.com.

ZED — Affordable Electronic Logs


and Fleet Management Booth 2630
301 East Market Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(888) 315-9788
sales@zed-eld.com
http://www.zed-eld.com
Introducing the simplest and the lowest cost ELD and fleet
management solution in the trucking industry. From driver
e-logs and routing to powerful tools to manage the fleet,
when it comes to ELD, we have you covered from A to ZED.

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EXHIBITION SCHEDULE
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27 6 - 7:30 pm..................................... Exhibition Viewing & Reception
6:30 - 9 pm..................................... Exhibition Grand Opening
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
9 am- 12:30 pm.............................. Final Viewing Period
10:15 am - 2:15 pm........................ Coffee Break, Walk-Around
& Coffee Break
Lunch & Exhibition Viewing

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2017 Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition
Music City Center • Nashville, Tenn. • February 27 - March 2

Pinewood Big Rig Challenge


Sponsored By ConMet & TMC’s
Professional Technician Development Committee
LOCATION: Booth 3104 in the TMC Exhibit Hall
CHECK-IN, TEST & TUNE: Monday, February 27 — 7 - 8 pm
BEST APPEARANCE CONTEST: Tuesday, February 28— 10:30-11 am
FASTEST TRUCK CONTEST: Tuesday, February 28 — 11 am - 12 pm
TROPHY PRESENTATION: Tuesday, February 28 —After race ends.

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2017 TMC Exhibitor LIST (ALPHABETICAL)
3M...................................................................................................Booth 3054 BrightOrder (Formerly PERFIT Computer)..............................Booth 1547
Accuride Wheel End Solutions................................................Booth 1222 C.E. Niehoff & Co.........................................................................Booth 1234
Advantage PressurePro............................................................Booth 2738 Capacity Trucks, Inc...................................................................Booth 1814
Aero Industries............................................................................Booth 2218 CardConnect................................................................................Booth 2635
Aerotech Caps, Inc.....................................................................Booth 3029 Car-O-Liner Commercial Vehicles...........................................Booth 2745
AeroWALL Dynamics.................................................................Booth 2254 Carrier Transicold........................................................................Booth 2832
Agility Fuel Solutions..................................................................Booth 3032 CCJ/RigDig by Randall-Reilly......................................................Booth 855
Air-Weigh........................................................................................Booth 640 CDX.................................................................................................Booth 2236
Airworks........................................................................................Booth 2644 CellTech Metals...........................................................................Booth 2455
Alcoa Wheel Products...............................................................Booth 2200 Cengage........................................................................................Booth 3023
Alkon Corporation.......................................................................Booth 1141 Centramatic..................................................................................Booth 1914
Alligator North America.............................................................Booth 1639 Cetaris...........................................................................................Booth 2544
Allison Transmission, Inc...........................................................Booth 2514 Chargeback Gurus......................................................................Booth 2651
ALS.................................................................................................Booth 2339 Chart Industries Inc....................................................................Booth 2146
Aluminum Wheels MFG Inc......................................................Booth 2356 Chemline - GatorHyde..................................................................Booth 752
AMBEST, Inc................................................................................Booth 2612 Chevron Lubricants.......................................................................Booth 722
American Kingpin Specialists, LLC..........................................Booth 2419 Chicago Pneumatic.....................................................................Booth 1240
American Truck Wash Systems.................................................Booth 734 CITGO Petroleum.........................................................................Booth 2251
American Trucking Associations’ Share the Clarke Power Services...............................................................Booth 2648
Road Highway Safety Program................................................Booth 3006 CMA / Double Coin Tires..............................................................Booth 952
AMETEK Vehicular Instrumentation Systems.........................Booth 141 Cojali USA, Inc.............................................................................Booth 2616
Ancra International.....................................................................Booth 2452 Commercial Fuel Buyer Magazine...........................................Booth 2255
Anthony Liftgates, Inc................................................................Booth 2526 Commercial Vehicle Group-National Seating & Bostrom.....Booth 611
Aperia Technologies, Inc.............................................................Booth 644 ConMet............................................................................................Booth 314
ASA Electronics...........................................................................Booth 1735 Continental Tire The Americas.................................................Booth 2500
ASE...................................................................................................Booth 916 Cooper Tire / Roadmaster..........................................................Booth 1352
AssetWorks LLC..........................................................................Booth 2548 Corcentric.....................................................................................Booth 1450
Atlantic Dynamics, LLC................................................................Booth 948 Counteract Balancing Beads Inc.............................................Booth 2615
ATR Transmission Remanufacturing Inc................................Booth 2649 Crane Composites, Inc...............................................................Booth 1557
ATRO Engineered Systems, Inc................................................Booth 2049 Cummins Inc.................................................................................Booth 2716
Auburn University - National Center for Custom Radio Corporation..........................................................Booth 336
Asphalt Technology....................................................................Booth 2546 D&D Instruments.........................................................................Booth 2040
Aurora Parts & Accessories, LLC............................................Booth 1454 Daimler Trucks North America.................................................Booth 1300
Auto Meter Products Inc...........................................................Booth 1339 Dana Holding Corporation.........................................................Booth 1334
Autocar Trucks..............................................................................Booth 320 DClimate Inc.................................................................................Booth 2352
Automann.....................................................................................Booth 2052 Dealer Service Corporation........................................................Booth 946
AutoSock.........................................................................................Booth 315 Decisiv.............................................................................................Booth 212
Avery Dennison...........................................................................Booth 2457 DENSO Commercial & Heavy Duty..........................................Booth 1644
Av-Tekk Charge - Air Systems....................................................Booth 636 DEX Heavy Duty Parts................................................................Booth 2652
AXN Heavy Duty..........................................................................Booth 2130 DG Technologies.........................................................................Booth 1948
AZZ Galvanizing...........................................................................Booth 1452 Dhollandia US..............................................................................Booth 2522
Babcox Media/Fleet Equipment Magazine............................Booth 2051 Dickinson Fleet Services, LLC...................................................Booth 3044
Baldwin Filters.............................................................................Booth 1637 Diesel Laptops.............................................................................Booth 2657
Bauer Built Tire & Service...........................................................Booth 516 DJ Products TrailerCaddy..........................................................Booth 2914
Baumot North America..............................................................Booth 2936 Dometic Corporation..................................................................Booth 1049
Bee Line Company......................................................................Booth 2416 Donaldson Company, Inc...........................................................Booth 2113
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems.....................................Booth 2208 Doran Manufacturing.................................................................Booth 1236
Bergstrom Inc................................................................................Booth 510 Dorman Products........................................................................Booth 2016
BG Innovative Safety Systems.................................................Booth 2617 Dossier Systems..........................................................................Booth 1635
BG Products, Inc.........................................................................Booth 2608 DPSI...............................................................................................Booth 3128
Bitimec Truck Wash-Bots, Inc..................................................Booth 1752 Drew Technologies Inc..............................................................Booth 1536
BlackBerry Limited.....................................................................Booth 1847 DuBois Chemicals.......................................................................Booth 3139
Blue Beacon Truck Washes.....................................................Booth 3122 DuraFit / CDTi..................................................................................Booth 819
Boreas Nitrogen Cooling Systems...........................................Booth 1851 Duramax........................................................................................Booth 2755
BorgWarner....................................................................................Booth 306 Eagle Plastics & Rubber Company..........................................Booth 3041
Bosch Automotive Service Solutions.....................................Booth 3037 East Manufacturing......................................................................Booth 116
Boss Shops...................................................................................Booth 1845 East Penn Mfg..............................................................................Booth 2623
Bremskerl North America, Inc...................................................Booth 854 Eastern Pneumatics & Hydraulics, Inc...................................Booth 2844
Brenntag North America...........................................................Booth 2955 Eaton..............................................................................................Booth 1122
Bridgestone..................................................................................Booth 2322 EBE Technologies........................................................................Booth 1916

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Eberspaecher Climate Control Systems.................................Booth 2552 Hutchens Industries...................................................................Booth 1554
Eco Flaps.......................................................................................Booth 1245 Hydro-Chem Systems, Inc.........................................................Booth 2538
EconCore.........................................................................................Booth 853 Hyster Company..........................................................................Booth 2534
EkoStinger.....................................................................................Booth 2257 Hyundai Translead......................................................................Booth 2460
Elston Manufacturing Inc............................................................Booth 718 iDashboards...................................................................................Booth 509
Emission & Cooling Solutions.....................................................Booth 610 Idle Smart......................................................................................Booth 1634
Engineered Composites Solutions . ........................................Booth 2928 Illinois Auto Truck........................................................................Booth 2709
ENow Inc.......................................................................................Booth 2806 IMI..................................................................................................Booth 2122
EPIC Worldwide LLC...................................................................Booth 2524 IMI Precision Engineering (Norgren, Inc.).............................Booth 2711
EROAD...........................................................................................Booth 2329 IMMI................................................................................................Booth 711
Ervin Equipment.............................................................................Booth 660 IMT - Ingersoll Axles..................................................................Booth 1135
ESOC Commercial Truck, Inc....................................................Booth 2401 Innospec Fuel Specialties.........................................................Booth 1034
Eveley International Corp..........................................................Booth 1857 Innovative Products of America................................................Booth 523
Exa Corporation ..........................................................................Booth 2249 InSight Mobile Data....................................................................Booth 2152
Ex-Guard Industries....................................................................Booth 2655 IOSiX..............................................................................................Booth 2949
Exide Technologies.....................................................................Booth 2822 International Truck......................................................................Booth 2334
EZ Claw, Inc....................................................................................Booth 613 Interstate Batteries, Inc.............................................................Booth 2700
Federal-Mogul Motorparts........................................................Booth 2148 InTouch GPS...................................................................................Booth 839
FinditParts.....................................................................................Booth 1748 Ioxus, Inc.......................................................................................Booth 2154
Fitzgerald Collision & Repair.....................................................Booth 2650 Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc...............................Booth 3038
Fleet Maintenance (SouthComm Business Media, Inc.)....Booth 2728 J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc....................................................Booth 2829
Fleet Owner / American Trucker..............................................Booth 1551 Jackson Truck and Trailer.........................................................Booth 2318
Fleetco Inc....................................................................................Booth 1341 JACS Solutions............................................................................Booth 2150
Fleetline (Fontaine Spray)..........................................................Booth 2637 JDB LLC.........................................................................................Booth 2854
FleetNet America..........................................................................Booth 723 Johnson Controls, Inc................................................................Booth 2517
FleetPride Truck & Trailer Parts...............................................Booth 2825 JOST International......................................................................Booth 2204
FleetTruckParts.com...................................................................Booth 1145 Kalmar Ottawa...............................................................................Booth 400
Flexfab LLC....................................................................................Booth 2117 Kenworth Truck Company...........................................................Booth 600
FlowBelow Aero Inc...................................................................Booth 1052 Kinedyne LLC................................................................................Booth 1652
Fontaine Fifth Wheel...................................................................Booth 2622 Kingtec Group Company Limited..............................................Booth 2639
Freightliner Custom Chassis.....................................................Booth 1112 Kleen Performance Products...................................................Booth 2445
FSX Equipment, Inc.......................................................................Booth 817 K-Line Industries...........................................................................Booth 845
FuelMaster/Syntech Systems, Inc...........................................Booth 3040 Konexial.........................................................................................Booth 2453
Gates Corporation.......................................................................Booth 1138 Kool Shield by Humboldt............................................................Booth 2053
GCR.................................................................................................Booth 2030 Krown Rust Control.....................................................................Booth 1636
GEN II ABS / A Globetech Company.......................................Booth 2851 Leece-Neville Heavy Duty Systems........................................Booth 2916
General Bearing Corporation....................................................Booth 2751 Leyman Lift Gates..........................................................................Booth 137
Geotab...........................................................................................Booth 2638 LGM Company, LLC.....................................................................Booth 1555
Globetech Mfg Inc......................................................................Booth 2750 Lippert Components....................................................................Booth 1244
Go Power! by Carmanah...........................................................Booth 2245 Lite-Check.....................................................................................Booth 1714
Gold Eagle.....................................................................................Booth 2014 Liteflex, LLC.....................................................................................Booth 847
Goodall Mfg..................................................................................Booth 2119 Love’s Travel Stops.....................................................................Booth 1800
Goodyear.......................................................................................Booth 1600 Lowen Color Graphics................................................................Booth 1819
Gorilla Plastic & Rubber Group, LLC..........................................Booth 918 Lubecore International Inc........................................................Booth 1048
Gorilla Safety................................................................................Booth 1044 M&E Global Group, Inc..............................................................Booth 2645
GPS Insight.....................................................................................Booth 713 Mack Trucks.................................................................................Booth 1722
Graco...............................................................................................Booth 737 Magnum Trailer and Equipment...............................................Booth 2341
Great Dane.....................................................................................Booth 145 MAHLE Service Solutions.........................................................Booth 2951
Groeneveld Lubrication Solutions...........................................Booth 3015 Management Success!...............................................................Booth 139
Grote Industries.............................................................................Booth 810 Marangoni Tread North America...............................................Booth 422
Hadley............................................................................................Booth 2800 Master Fleet.................................................................................Booth 1912
Haldex............................................................................................Booth 1228 MAT Holdings Inc........................................................................Booth 2838
Haltec Corporation......................................................................Booth 1928 Maxion Wheels............................................................................Booth 2732
Havco Wood Products LLC.......................................................Booth 2754 Maxon Lift Corp...........................................................................Booth 1616
HDA Truck Pride..........................................................................Booth 2302 Maxwell Technologies, Inc.......................................................Booth 2908
Heavy Duty Trucking Magazine..................................................Booth 408 Meritor...........................................................................................Booth 1522
Hendrickson.................................................................................Booth 1200 MGM Brakes................................................................................Booth 2554
Hire Heroes USA.........................................................................Booth 2726 MHC.................................................................................................Booth 517
Horton, Inc....................................................................................Booth 2803 Michelin North America, Inc......................................................Booth 200
Hunter Engineering Company...................................................Booth 1936 Midtronics.....................................................................................Booth 1045

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Minimizer......................................................................................Booth 2238 Road Choice Truck Parts...........................................................Booth 2654
MISCO Refractometer................................................................Booth 2022 RoadForce......................................................................................Booth 416
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America................................Booth 2826 ROADWARRIOR Inc......................................................................Booth 410
Mobil Delvac................................................................................Booth 1736 Rockland Flooring........................................................................Booth 1754
Mobile InnerSpace.....................................................................Booth 2300 Rotary Lift......................................................................................Booth 2945
Morgan Corporation.....................................................................Booth 234 Rush Truck Centers.....................................................................Booth 2506
Morpace Inc.................................................................................Booth 2753 Safety Vision.................................................................................Booth 1815
MOTOR Information Systems.....................................................Booth 837 SAF-HOLLAND...............................................................................Booth 922
Multi Service Technology Solutions........................................Booth 1544 Sapp Bros Travel Centers..........................................................Booth 1545
MW Supply...................................................................................Booth 2841 Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants.........................................Booth 2118
Myers Tire Supply.......................................................................Booth 2938 Scully Signal Company...............................................................Booth 2250
NanoMech Inc.............................................................................Booth 1144 Sealco Commercial Vehicle Products......................................Booth 744
New Life Transport Parts Center..............................................Booth 2656 Sears Seating...............................................................................Booth 1335
Niagara National / Zep Vehicle Care......................................Booth 2923 Sharp Heavy Equipment Services.............................................Booth 437
Noregon........................................................................................Booth 2304 Shell...............................................................................................Booth 2136
North American Council for Freight Efficiency.......................Booth 841 Silver Eagle Manufacturing Company....................................Booth 1954
NorthStar Battery........................................................................Booth 1730 SKF.................................................................................................Booth 1638
NTN-Bower....................................................................................Booth 612 Skyline...........................................................................................Booth 1855
Odyssey Battery..........................................................................Booth 2335 SmartTruck.....................................................................................Booth 654
ONEIL.............................................................................................Booth 2127 Snap-on...........................................................................................Booth 530
ORAFOL Americas, Inc.................................................................Booth 527 Snider Fleet Solutions................................................................Booth 2044
Oriental Export Corporation........................................................Booth 944 SOTI................................................................................................Booth 2724
Outsource Fleet Services, Inc..................................................Booth 2224 Southwest Research Institute..................................................Booth 1534
PACCAR Parts................................................................................Booth 800 Spireon, Inc..................................................................................Booth 2222
Palfinger Liftgates.......................................................................Booth 1149 STEMCO..........................................................................................Booth 834
Pana-Pacific...................................................................................Booth 616 Stertil-Koni....................................................................................Booth 3045
Parker Hannifin, Racor Division...............................................Booth 1944 Stoughton Trailers.......................................................................Booth 3134
PEAK Commercial & Industrial...................................................Booth 522 Streamline Transportation Technologies Inc........................Booth 1139
Pedigree Technologies..............................................................Booth 2839 Strehl LLC........................................................................................Booth 754
Peterbilt Motors.............................................................................Booth 900 Strick Trailers, LLC........................................................................Booth 100
Peterson Manufacturing Co........................................................Booth 622 Sumitomo Tires / TBC Corporation..........................................Booth 2848
Petro-Canada Lubricants..........................................................Booth 1716 TE Connectivity............................................................................Booth 2123
Phillips & Temro Industries.......................................................Booth 2045 TechForce Foundation................................................................Booth 1448
Phillips Industries........................................................................Booth 1852 TECTRAN......................................................................................Booth 2323
PIT Group (FPInnovations)........................................................Booth 2653 Teletrac Navman.........................................................................Booth 2017
Pivotal LNG...................................................................................Booth 2144 Temper Axle Products Corporation.........................................Booth 3047
Power Test, Inc............................................................................Booth 2948 Tennessee Trucking Foundation .............................................Booth 2926
Preco Electronics........................................................................Booth 2015 The Mudflap King, LLC...............................................................Booth 2852
Predictive Fleet Technologies, Inc...........................................Booth 2619 Thermo King Corporation............................................................Booth 630
Premier MFG Co..........................................................................Booth 1922 Thieman Tailgates, Inc.................................................................Booth 835
Premier Pits (MBE Fabrications LTD)......................................Booth 2740 TICO Manufacturing............................................. Booth 1130/Booth 3022
PressureGuard.............................................................................Booth 1739 Timken...........................................................................................Booth 3116
Prestone........................................................................................Booth 2012 Tire Centers, LLC............................................................................Booth 208
Prolam Flooring Co........................................................................Booth 856 Tire Retread & Repair Information Bureau (TRIB)..................Booth 338
Pro View Systems, Inc. ............................................................Booth 2953 Tireboss TPC International........................................................Booth 2219
PT Coupling Company................................................................Booth 1750 Tire-Track LLC..............................................................................Booth 2327
PureFlow Technologies - Airdog..............................................Booth 2351 TKO Graphix...................................................................................Booth 953
Purkeys............................................................................................Booth 738 TMC Prize Desk.............................................................................Booth 135
Purosil LLC....................................................................................Booth 3019 TMC’s Professional Technician Development
Randall Manufacturing..............................................................Booth 1950 Committee (PTDC).......................................................................Booth 3104
Realwheels.....................................................................................Booth 313 TMW Systems..............................................................................Booth 2244
Recochem Inc..............................................................................Booth 2749 TODCO...........................................................................................Booth 2444
Red Kap / VF Imagewear, Inc....................................................Booth 2702 Tortal Training..............................................................................Booth 2722
Redline Detection........................................................................Booth 2823 TOTAL Lubricants........................................................................Booth 2744
Reliable Transmission Service.................................................Booth 2629 Tramec Sloan...............................................................................Booth 1744
Reliance Supply, Inc.....................................................................Booth 915 TransAxle......................................................................................Booth 1036
Retrac Mirrors.............................................................................Booth 2801 Transglobal Door...........................................................................Booth 955
Reyco Granning Suspensions..................................................Booth 1830 Transport Topics............................................................................Booth 844
Ridge Corporation.......................................................................Booth 2855 TransTechs.....................................................................................Booth 716
RigMaster Power International Ltd.........................................Booth 1444 TRANSTEX......................................................................................Booth 439

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TravelCenters of America..........................................................Booth 1322 Vnomics Corp...............................................................................Booth 1249
TrucBrush Corporation.................................................................Booth 852 Volvo Trucks.................................................................................Booth 2000
Trucker Buddy International.....................................................Booth 2946 Wabash National Corporation..................................................Booth 1260
Truck-Lite Company, Inc............................................................Booth 1012 WABCO...........................................................................................Booth 220
TruckPro, Inc................................................................................Booth 2024 Waltco Lift Corp.............................................................................Booth 739
Truck Suite....................................................................................Booth 2627 Weller Truck Parts......................................................................Booth 2957
Tru-Flex Exhaust Components..................................................Booth 2704 Wheeler Bros., Inc......................................................................Booth 2036
TruStar Energy.............................................................................Booth 2344 Whiting Door Manufacturing Corp..........................................Booth 1538
TSE Brakes...................................................................................Booth 1038 Whiting Systems, Inc....................................................................Booth 426
Tuffy Manufacturing, Inc...........................................................Booth 1844 WyoTech.......................................................................................Booth 2234
UniCarriers Americas Corporation..........................................Booth 3033 Xantrex Technology / Schneider Electric
US Liner.........................................................................................Booth 2932 Solar Inverters USA, Inc............................................................Booth 1918
Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company...................................Booth 1760 Yokohama Tire Corporation.........................................................Booth 436
Vanguard National Trailer.........................................................Booth 2960 Zafety Lug Lock USA.................................................................Booth 2846
Vanner Incorporated..................................................................Booth 2226 ZED.................................................................................................Booth 2630
Velociti Inc......................................................................................Booth 511 ZF......................................................................................................Booth 330
Velvac, Inc....................................................................................Booth 2019 Zonar..............................................................................................Booth 2708
Vigillo LLC........................................................................................Booth 340
VIPAR Heavy Duty, Inc.................................................................Booth 919
VirtuOx...........................................................................................Booth 3049

2017 TMC ExhibitorS—LATE ENTRIES


Aerotech Caps, Inc. Booth 3029 sandi.price@cengage.com
2148 Central Industrial Court www.cengage.com
Jenison, MI 49428 Cengage partners with companies in the transportation
(616) 581-7429 industry to provide technician and truck driver training
tina@aerotechcaps.com solutions, and automotive repair information to increase
aerotechcaps.com workplace effectiveness. Cengage offers a broad range
Aerodynamic trailer skirts, wheel covers, fairings. of “off-the-shelf” products and specializes in delivering
customized solutions.
Baumot North America Booth 2936
2000 Town Center, Ste. 1900 DEX Heavy Duty Parts Booth 2652
Southfield, MI 48075 2016 Cornatzer Road
(248) 979-8037 Advance, NC 27006
h.mckissick@baumot.us (336) 291-9010
www.baumot.us sarah.newton@dexheavydutyparts.com
Retrofit and aftermarket diesel particulate filters (DPFs). dexheavydutyparts.com
Dex is one of the leading suppliers of recycled, renovated
and surplus heavy duty truck parts. We have over 30,000
Brenntag North America Booth 2955
5083 Pottsville Pike different Mack and Volvo parts in stock, but our total
Reading, PA 19605 inventory covers all makes and models.
(877) 363-5843
DEF@Brenntag.com DuBois Chemicals Booth 3139
www.BrenntagDEF.com 3630 E Kemper Rd
Brenntag is the largest distributor of diesel exhaust fluid Sharonville, OH 45241
(DEF) in the world. With an expansive and efficient DEF (215) 781-3600
distribution infrastructure compromised of over 140 stocking nicholas.loessy@duboischemcials.com
locations across the US and Canada, Brenntag will deliver duboischemicals.com
DEF when and where you need it. DuBois offers custom designed wash systems that have
many benefits to our customers including: soft cloth brush
Cengage Booth 3023 systems or high pressure touchless systems; the highest
500 Terry Francois Blvd. quality components; peak performance; equipment longevity;
San Francisco, CA 94158 enhanced vehicle image; versatility; cost efficiency; safety;
(530) 347-9774 time and money savings; customer satisfaction.

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Engineered Composites Solutions Booth 2928 IOSiX Booth 2949
1307 McShay Ct. 389 Airport Industrial Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47906 Ypsilanti, MI 48198
(765) 490-1133 (734) 730-9690
rg9@comcast.net robert@iosix.com
www.crescentplastics.com iosix.com
Representing Crescent Plastics, Diversified Structural IOSiX manufactures a full line of light- and heavy-duty
Composites, Impact Composites, Penz Products and Vixen data logging and interface tools. Along with partner
Composites. Forty years of product development experience simpletruckELD, IOSiX is exhibiting class-leading technology
in the plastics and composites Industries. for the ELD mandate and other applications.

Exa Corporation Booth 2249 Morpace Inc. Booth 2753


55 Network Drive 31700 Middlebelt Road, Suite 200
Burlington, MA 01803 Farmington Hills, MI 48334
(781) 564-0200 (248) 737-5300
info@exa.com info@morpace.com
www.exa.com www.morpace.com
Exa Corporation, develops, markets, sells, and supports (CAE/ Morpace Inc. is a full service market research and consulting
CFD) software products, and provides professional services firm specializing in voice of consumer insights with a focus
for simulation-driven design. Leading manufacturers choose on commercial fleet.
our fluid flow, heat transfer, and acoustic simulation solutions
to optimize the performance of their products, reduce Pro View Systems, Inc. Booth 2953
product development costs, and improve the efficiency of 215 Center Park Drive, Suite 1600
their design and engineering processes. Knoxville, TN 37922
(865) 769-6540
FuelMaster/Syntech Systems, Inc. Booth 3040 laurie@proviewsystems.com
100 Four Points Way www.proviewsystemsgps.com
Tallahassee, FL 32305 GPS Fleet and Asset Tracking
(800) 888-9136
taylor.fenior@myfuelmaster.com Tennessee Trucking Foundation Booth 2926
www.myfuelmaster.com 4531 Trousdale Drive
Syntech Systems designs and manufactures FuelMaster Nashville, TN 37204
fuel management units which provide the hardware and (615) 777-2882
software to manage fleets and their access to fuel products. cstuart@tntrucking.org
Transactions can be started through credit cards, proximity tntruckingfoundation.org
cards, smartcards, our patented Prokees. Our AIM system Tennessee’s Road Team Captains will be demonstrating the
provides passive fueling transactions. 3D virtual reality experience of driving a big truck through
Oculus rift goggles. This is a new method they are using for
Gorilla Safety Booth 1044 high schools across the State to teach teen drivers safety
20008 Champion Forest Drive, Suite 303 around big trucks.
Spring, TX 77379
(844) 636-1360 VirtuOx Booth 3049
mwalton@gorillasafety.com 5850 Coral Ridge Drive
www.gorillasafety.com Coral Springs, FL 33076
Gorilla Safety brings the first and only easy-to-use mobile app (877) 456-3529
and ELD that fully integrates all the capabilities necessary for christopher.matchniff@virtuox.net
safely/efficiently managing large short- and long-haul vehicle www.virtuox.net
fleets to the transportation industry. Its patented, affordable The VirtuOx VPOD Verisleep Program is designed to meet
cloud-based software automates every aspect of fleet/safety the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
management, allowing users to improve productivity and requirement that mandates the use of a Chain of Custody for
increase profitability. all Home Sleep Testing when prescribed by Certified Medical
Examiners who are trying to rule out Sleep Apnea for drivers
seeking their medical cards.

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Technology & Maintenance Council


of American Trucking Associations, Inc.

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Printed in the United States of America
2017 Industry Reference Guide

Table of Contents
Technology & Maintenance Council
Officers and Directors, Staff and Study Groups..................................................................... R-3
American Trucking Associations
Key Staff, Committees, Staff Specialists .............................................................................. R-5
ATA Affiliates and Conferences, Councils, Programs and Services ...................................... R-6
U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration............................................................................................ R-7
Federal Highway Administration Resource Centers............................................................... R-8
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration . ....................................................................... R-9
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Service Centers............................................... R-9
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Field Offices................................................... R-10
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration .................................................................. R-13
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Regional Offices . ..................................... R-14
U.S. Department of Labor . ............................................................................................... R-15
Occupational Safety Health Administration ........................................................................ R-15
Occupational Safety Health Administration Regional Offices.............................................. R-15
Approved State OSHA Programs......................................................................................... R-16
OSHA Consultation Project and Area Offices...................................................................... R-18
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency............................................................................ R-22
State Underground Storage Tank Program Offices.............................................................. R-22
State Truck Operating Profiles
Fuel prices, Registration, Taxes, Size & Weight Limits......................................................... R-27
State Trucking Associations.............................................................................................. R-47
State Maintenance Councils ............................................................................................ R-52
Technician Skills Competition Schedule ......................................................................... R-59
Commercial Vehicle Law Enforcement
Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance State Contacts............................................................ R-60
Truck Driver Training
Schools with Professional Truck Driver Institute Certified Courses..................................... R-64
TMC Recommended Practices
A Guide to TMC’s Recommended Maintenance & Engineering Practices ......................... R-67
Industry Calendar............................................................................................................... R-94

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Technology & Maintenance Council


950 North Glebe Road, Arlington, VA 22203 • 703-838-1763 • http://tmc.trucking.org

TMC Board Of Directors TMC Study Group Officers


TMC Officers S.1 Electrical & Instruments
General Chairman/Treasurer Chairman Chris Disantis, Aim NationaLease
Doug White, Dunbar Armored 1st Vice Chairman Matt Nolan, FedEx Freight
Vice Chairman/Meetings Chairman 2nd Vice Chairman Bruce Purkey, Purkeys
Glen McDonald, Ozark Motor Lines Secretary Rylar Masco, Purkeys
Chairman, Study Groups Meeting Mechanic Al Mihic, Delco Remy
Todd Cotier, Hartt Transportation Sgt.-at-Arms Gary Yurko, TE Connectivity
Chairman, Membership & Publicity Future Truck Liaison Al Lesesky, Vehicle Enhancement Systems
Peggy Fisher, TireStamp Board Liaison Curtis Cummings, FedEx Freight
Chairman, Associates Advisory Group
John Adami, NW Heavy Duty Component Sales S.2 Tire & Wheel
Immediate Past Chairman Chairman Randy Obermeyer, Batesville Logistics
Kevin Tomlinson, South Shore Transportation 1st Vice Chairman Jim Recapito, FedEx Ground
Executive Director 2nd Vice Chairman Randy Patterson, Bridgestone Tire Operations
Carl Kirk, TMC/ATA Secretary Grant DeGeorge, Alcoa Wheel Products
Meeting Mechanics Ed Steck, Michelin Retread Tire
TMC Directors At Large
Sgt.-at-Arms Randy Patterson, Bridgestone Tire Operations
Allen Caldwell First Fleet
Future Truck Liaison Phil Arnold, Michelin
Ken Calhoun, Truck Centers of Arkansas
Board Liaison J. David Foster, Premier Transportation
Curtis Cummings, FedEx Freight
J. David Foster, Premier Transportation
S.3 Engine
Jeff Harris, Swift Transportation
Chairman Randy Tumbarello, Professional Fleet Mgr.
Joe Stianche, Peco Foods
1st Vice Chairmen Radu Mihai, Burnco Rock Products
John Sullivan, Sullivan Management Solutions
2nd Vice Chairman Mark Louzon, Volvo Trucks North America
J. David Walters, Alcoa Wheel Products
Brian Mandt, Donaldson
Secretary Cindy Kerr, Fuel Savvy
TMC Staff Meeting Mechanic Ken Calhoun, Truck Centers of Arkansas
Sgt.-at-Arms Ken Brandt, Horton
Executive Director.......................... Carl Kirk....................... 703-838-1766
Future Truck Liaison Radu Mihai, Burnco Rock Products
Technical Director........................... Robert Braswell........... 703-838-1776 Board Liaison J. David Foster, Premier Transportation
Director of Council Development... Janet Howells-Tierney.703-838-1761
Information Manager...................... Marsh Galloway.......... 913-498-2162 S.4 Cab & Controls
VMRS Services Manager............... Jack Poster.................703-838-7928 Chairman Stacy Earnhardt, Best Specialized
Manager, Council Engineering 1st Vice Chairman Mark Kennedy, Swift Transportation
and Information Technology 2nd Vice Chairman Mark Winchell, Whiting Systems
Programs....................................... Ross Froat...................703-838-7980 Secretary Chris Nute, Bose Corporation
Administrative & Member Meeting Mechanic Megan Junker, Alcoa Wheel Products
Services Assistant......................... Corinne Hicks............. 703-838-1763 Sgt.-at-Arms Keith Rhodes, Watson and Chalin Manufacturing
Future Truck Liaison Jerry Hubbell, Vehicle Enhancement Systems
Board Liaison Jeff Harris, Swift Transportation

S.5 Fleet Maintenance Management


Chairman Dave Dettman, QTC Transportation Holdings
1st Vice Chairman Amanda Schuier, Waller Truck Company
Brad Olsen, FedEx Freight
2nd Vice Chairman Griffith Marks, Decision Toolbox
Secretary Ryan Cummins, Alcoa Wheel Products
Meeting Mechanic Greg Shipman, Vertical Alliance Group
Sgt.-at-Arms Doug Memmering, Cummins
Future Truck Liaison Mike Jeffress, Maverick Transportation
Board Liaison Kenneth Calhoun, Truck Centers of Arkansas

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S.6 Chassis and Brakes Systems S.17 Corrosion Control


Chairman Jim Boyd, Southeastern Freight Lines Chairman Kevin Willis, Pepsi Beverages Company
1st Vice Chairmen Mike McDonald, Don Hummer Trucking 1st Vice Chairman open
2nd Vice Chairman Jack Van der Giessen, Meritor 2nd Vice Chairman Tim Brune, Automotive International
Secretary Jeffrey Spitzner, Eaton Secretary Dennis Winn, Accuride
Meeting Mechanic Greg Sturm, The Timken Company Meeting Mechanic Brandon Whitfield, Accuride
Sgt.-at-Arms Jim LeClaire, Webb Wheel Sgt.-at-Arms Brant Schneider, Alcoa Wheel Products
Future Truck Liaison Eric Benge, Walmart Transportation Future Truck Liaison Ken Anderson, DeCarolis Truck Rental
Board Liaison Jeff Harris, Swift Transportation Board Liaison J. David Walters, Alcoa Wheel Products

S.7 Trailers, Bodies & Material Handling Professional Technician Development Committee
Chairman Scott Bartlein, Barry Trucking Chairman Winston Minchew, Old Dominion Freight Lines
1st Vice Chairman Richard Brown, Transervice Lease Corp. 1st Vice Chairman Chuck Kerr, FedEx Freight
2nd Vice Chairman Gary Gaussoin, Silver Eagle Manufacturing Co. 2nd Vice Chairman Benjamin Phillips, Chief Express
Secretary Steve Hazard, Whiting Door Secretary Delonta Wilson, Alcoa Wheel Products
Meeting Mechanic Paul Zola, Whiting Door Meeting Mechanic Roger Maye, Consolidated Metco
Sgt.-at-Arms Hank Schneider, Sealco Sgt.-at-Arms Will Waiwood, Alcoa Wheel Products
Future Truck Liaison Charlie Fetz, Great Dane Future Truck Liaison Winston Minchew, Old Dominion Freight Lines
Board Liaison John Sullivan, Sullivan Management Solutions Board Liaison Joe Stianche, Peco Foods

S.11 Sustainablility & Environmental Technology Educator Committee


Chairman Marc Clark, FedEx Express Chairman Jack Werner, Western Technical College
1st Vice Chairman Duane Lippincott, United Parcel Service 1st Vice Chairman Duane Tegels, WyoTech
2nd Vice Chairman Kirk Rutherford, Bridgestone Americas 2nd Vice Chairman open
Fritz Marinko, Strehl, LLC Secretary Steve Woodbeck, Lite-Check
Secretary Rich Carroll, JOST International Meeting Mechanic open
Meeting Mechanic Jim Shea, Webasto Sgt.-at-Arms Greg Shipman, Vertical Alliance Group
Sgt.-at-Arms Chuck Lutz, Alcoa Wheel Products Future Truck Liaison Jack Werner, Western Technical College
Future Truck Liaison Duane Lippincott, United Parcel Service Board Liaison Allen Caldwell, First Fleet
Kirk Rutherford, Bridgestone Americas
Board Liaison J. David Walters, Alcoa Wheel Products Future Truck Committee
Chairman Bill Brown, Southeastern Freight Lines
S.12 On-Board Vehicle Electronics 1st Vice Chairman open
Chairman Troy Jergens, Western Flyer Express 2nd Vice Chairman Paul Menig, Tech I-M
1st Vice Chairman Kevin Waldon, FedEx Freight Technology Demonstrator
2nd Vice Chairmen Ken DeGrant, Drew Technologies Subcommittee
Secretary Abhishek Bharadwaj, Alcoa Wheel Products Chairman Al Lesesky, Vehicle Enhancement Systems
Meeting Mechanic Brandon Whitfield, Accuride Far Horizons
Sgt.-at-Arms Vince Lindley, Volvo North America Subcommittee
Future Truck Liaison open Chairman Paul Menig, Tech I-M
Board Liaison Alan Caldwell, First Fleet Task Forces Sec’y Andrew Brashear, Alcoa Wheel Products
Committee Sec’y Robert Braswell, TMC staff
S.14 Light and Medium-Duty Trucks Meeting Mechanic Brandon Whitfield, Accuride
Chairman Paul Wion, Lewis Tree Services Sgt.-at-Arms Tim Lampen, MEI Corporation
1st Vice Chairman Richard Winters, Verizon Fleet Operations Board Liaison John Sullivan, Sullivan Management Solutions
2nd Vice Chairmen Lou Stumpp, Navistar
Secretary Alex Knight, Class C Solutions Group
Meeting Mechanic J. David Walters, Alcoa Wheel Products
Sgt.-at-Arms J. David Walters, Alcoa Wheel Products
Future Truck Liaison Lou Stumpp, Navistar
Board Liaison Joe Stianche, Peco Foods

S.16 Service Provider


Chairman Peter Savage, Clarke Power Systems
1st Vice Chairman Brian Mulshine, Rush Enterprises
2nd Vice Chairman Chas Voyles, Navistar
Christine Harey, PACCAR Parts
Secretary Will Waiwood, Alcoa Wheel Products
Meeting Mechanic Kenneth Calhoun, Truck Centers of Arkansas
Sgt.-at-Arms Jim Clifton, Dorsey Trailer Repair
Future Truck Liaison Chas Voyles, Navistar
Board Liaison Kenneth Calhoun, Truck Centers of Arkansas

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American Trucking Associations


Headquarters
950 North Glebe Road, Arlington, VA 22203 • 703-838-1700 • http://www.trucking.org

Capitol Hill
430 First Street S.E., Washington D.C. 20003-1826 • 202-544-6245

Key ATA Staff ATA Staff Specialists


President & CEO Chris Spear 703-838-1804 CSA Sean Garney 703-838-8804
Executive Vice President & Cargo/Load Securement Robert Braswell 703-838-1776
Chief Operating Officer Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945 Ross Froat 703-838-7980
Cargo Loss and Damage Rich Pianka 703-838-1889
Executive Vice President,
Brian Lagana 703-838-1703
Communications Sue Hensley 703-838-1734
Coalitions Mala K. Parker 202-478-6844
Executive Vice President Commercial Drivers License (CDL) Sean Garney 703-838-8804
Advocacy Bill Sullivan 703-838-1853 Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance Bill Sullivan 703-838-1853
President & COO, American Compensation Surveys Bob Costello 703-838-1799
Transportation Research Institute Rebecca Brewster 770-432-0628 Connected Vehicles Michael Cammisa 703-838-2258
Cross Border Megan Bush 703-838-7950
Executive Vice President &
Customs/Immigration Megan Bush 703-838-7950
General Counsel Jennifer Hall 703-838-1888
Diesel Fuel Glen Kedzie 703-838-1879
Chief Financial Officer Rusty Duckworth 703-838-1959 Distracted Driving/Cell Phone Use Abigail Potter 703-838-1847
Senior Vice President, DOT (MCMIS Data) Sean Garney 703-838-8804
Membership & Marketing David Brodie 602-315-8752 Driver Training/CDL Qualifications Sean Garney 703-838-8804
Senior Vice President, Driver Wages Bob Costello 703-838-1799
Chief Economist Bob Costello 703-838-8895 Drug & Alcohol Testing Abigail Potter 703-838-1847
Economic Trends Bob Costello 703-838-1799
Senior Vice President, Federation Electronic Logging Devices Megan Bush 703-838-7950
Relations & Industry Affairs John Lynch 703-838-1954 Emissions Glen Kedzie 703-838-1879
Senior Vice President, Energy Policy Glen Kedzie 703-838-1879
Sales & Marketing Don Lynn 205-568-1908 Engineering Bill Sullivan 703-838-1853
Senior Vice President, Engines Glen Kedzie 703-838-1879
Chief of Legislative Affairs Mike Joyce 202-544-6245 Environmental Affairs Glen Kedzie 703-838-1879
Mike Tunnell 916-300-3161
Event Services Dan Snead 703-838-1755
ATA Committees Exhibit Sales & Sponsorships Event Services Sales 703-838-1923
Chairman’s Membership David Brodie 602-315-8752 Federal Motor Carrier
Communication & Image Policy Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945 Safety Regulations Sean Garney 703-838-8804
Environmental & Energy Policy Glen Kedzie 703-838-1879 Federation Relations John Lynch 202-478-6835
Hazardous Materials Policy Bill Sullivan 703-838-1853 Financial and Operating Statistics Bob Costello 703-838-1799
Highway Policy Darrin Roth 703-838-1900 Food Security Jon Samson 703-838-7955
Hours of Service Subcommittee Sean Garney 703-838-8804 Freight Claims Brian Lagana 703-838-1703
Insurance Task Force Bob Pitcher 703-838-7939 Fuel Issues Glen Kedzie 703-838-1703
Labor & Regulatory Policy Rich Pianka 703-838-1889 Fuel Prices Rod Suarez 703-838-1792
Safety Policy Sean Garney 703-838-8804 Gift Giving/Development Susan Chandler 703-838-1861
Small Carrier John Lynch 202-478-6835 Government Traffic Bill Wanamaker 703-838-1997
Supply Chain Security Policy Megan Bush 703-838-7950 Hazardous Material Transportation Megan Bush 703-838-7950
Tax Policy Bob Pitcher 703-838-7939 Highway Access Darrin Roth 703-838-1900
Technology & Engineering Policy Bill Sullivan 703-838-1853 Highway Cost Allocation Darrin Roth 703-838-1900
Truck PAC Kathleen Gamble 202-478-6861 Highway User Fees Darrin Roth 703-838-1900
Hours of Service Sean Garney 703-838-8804
Image Programs Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945
ATA Staff Specialists Immigration Bill Sullivan 703-838-1853
Accident Statistics Abigail Potter 703-838-1847 Indoor Air Quality Glen Kedzie 703-838-1879
Aerodynamics Robert Braswell 703-838-1776 Inspections, Vehicle Safety Ross Froat 703-838-7908
Ross Froat 703-838-7980 Insurance/Tort Reform Issues Bob Pitcher 703-838-7939
Agricultural and Food Transportation Jon Samson 703-838-7955 Intermodal Transport Curtis Whalen 703-838-1867
Autohaulers Robert Farrell 703-838-7970 International Fuel Tax Agreement Bob Pitcher 703-838-7939
Bar Coding Robert Braswell 703-838-1776 International Registration Plan (IRP) Bob Pitcher 703-838-7939
Brakes Robert Braswell 703-838-1776 Labor and Human Resources Rich Pianka 703-838-1889
Ross Froat 703-838-7980 Legal (General) Rich Pianka 703-838-1889
Brokers Rich Pianka 703-838-1889 Legislative Affairs Mike Joyce 202-544-6245

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ATA Staff Specialists Continued ATA Affiliates & Conferences


Litigation Rich Pianka 703-838-1889 Agricultural & Food
Logistics Carl Kirk 703-838-1766 Transporters Conference Jon Samson 703-838-7955
Loss Prevention Brian Lagana 703-838-1703 Automobile Carriers Conference Robert Farrell 703-838-7970
Maintenance Carl Kirk 703-838-1766 Government Freight Conference Bill Wanamaker 703-838-1997
Robert Braswell 703-838-1776 Regional & Distribution
Marketing Don Lynn 205-568-1908 Carriers Conference Robert Farrell 703-838-7970
Media Relations Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945 Intermodal Motor Carriers
Sean McNally 703-838-1995 Conference Curtis Whalen 703-838-1867
Medical Qualifications Sean Garney 703-838-8804 National Tank Truck Carriers Dan Furth 703-838-1960
Megan Bush 703-838-7950 Truckload Carriers Association John Lyboldt 703-838-1950
NAFTA/Mexico and Canada Bill Sullivan 703-838-1853
National Highway System Darrin Roth 703-838-1900 ATA Councils
Natural Gas Glen Kedzie 703-838-1879 Information Technology
On-Board Technologies Ross Froat 703-838-7980 & Logistics Council Carl Kirk 703-838-1766
OSHA Abigail Potter 703-838-1847 National Accounting
Owner/Operator Classification Rich Pianka 703-838-1889 & Finance Council Warren Hoemann 703-838-7956
Ports, Clean Trucks Programs Curtis Whalen 703-838-1867 Safety Management Council Brian Lagana 703-838-1919
Public Affairs Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945 Supply Chain Security
Public-Private Partnerships Darrin Roth 703-838-1900 & Loss Prevention Council Brian Lagana 703-838-1703
Publications and Products Whitney Loring 703-838-1797 Technology & Maintenance Council Carl Kirk 703-838-1766
To Order 866-821-3468
Regulatory Policy Bill Sullivan 703-838-1853 ATA Programs and Services
Roadability Curtis Whalen 703-838-1867 ATA Grassroots Program John Lynch 202-478-6835
Roadside Inspections Ross Froat 703-838-7980 America’s Road Team Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945
Safety Audits Sean Garney 703-838-8804 Subrina Ghorashi 703-838-1836
Safety Education Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945 American Transportation
Safety Services Brian Lagana 703-838-1703 Research Institute Rebecca Brewster 770-432-0628
Jacob Pierce 703-838-1931 Dan Murray 651-641-6162
Safety, Motor Carrier Sean Garney 703-838-8804 ATA Litigation Center Rich Pianka 703-838-1889
Security Policy Bill Sullivan 703-838-1853 ATA Business Solutions 866-821-3468
Security Programs Brian Lagana 703-838-1703 ATA Carrier Savings Program 866-625-9785
Single State Registration Systems Bob Pitcher 703-838-7939 ATA Economics Reports ATA Business Solutions 866-821-3468
Size and Weight Limits Darrin Roth 703-838-1900 ATA Pavers Greg Kohlrieser 703-838-1971
Sleep Apnea Megan Bush 703-838-7950 ATA Products & Publications ATA Business Solutions 866-821-3468
Sponsorships Event Services Sales 703-838-1923 “Call on Washington” Program John Lynch 202-478-6835
Don Lynn 205-568-1908 Driver of the Year Jacob Pierce 703-838-1931
Stability Control Ross Froat 703-838-7980 Driver Recruitment Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945
Standard Carrier Alpha & Electronic Data
Standard Point Location Codes NMFTA - Paul Levine 703-838-1822 Interchange Standards Carl Kirk 703-838-1766
State Laws Bob Pitcher 703-838-7939 Event Services Dan Snead 703-838-1988
State Tax Matters Bob Pitcher 703-838-7939 Fleet Safety Service Jacob Pierce 703-838-1931
State Association Relations John Lynch 202-478-6835 Image Campaign Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945
Statistics Bob Costello 703-838-1799 LEAD ATA Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945
Sustainability Glen Kedzie 703-838-1879 Marketing Don Lynn 205-568-1908
Tax Policy Bob Pitcher 703-838-7939 Membership 888-333-1759
Technology Policy Bill Sullivan 703-838-1853 Stormie Janzen 703-838-8810
Tires Robert Braswell 703-838-1776 Carolyn Stubbs 703-838-1803
Carl Kirk 703-838-1766 Lew Feldman 703-838-1993
Tolls Darrin Roth 703-838-1900 Motor Carrier Annual Report ATA Business Solutions 866-821-3468
Truck Design & Characteristics Ross Froat 703-838-7980 National Truck Driver
Underride Guards Robert Braswell 703-838-1776 Appreciation Week Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945
Vehicle Maintenance Drew Mitrisin 703-838-1898
Reporting Standards (VMRS) Jack Poster 703-838-7928 Safe Driver/Worker
Robert Braswell 703-838-1776 Awards Program Jacob Pierce 703-838-1931
Wage and Hour Rich Pianka 703-838-1889 Share the Road Program Elisabeth Barna 703-838-1945
Weight Distance Taxes Darrin Roth 703-838-1900 TMCSuperTech Carl Kirk 703-838-1766
Western Environmental Mike Tunnell 916-300-3161 Robert Braswell 703-838-1776
Transport Topics - Advertising Christie Raymond 703-838-1872
Transport Topics - Circulation Scott Smith 703-838-1737
Truck Driving Championships Jacob Pierce 703-838-1931
Truck PAC Kathleen Gamble 202-478-6861
Vehicle Maintenance
Reporting Services (VMRS) Jack Poster 703-838-7928
Robert Braswell 703-838-1776

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U.S. Department of Transportation


1200 New Jersey Avenue, S.E., Washington, DC 20590
DOT Personnel Locator 202-366-4000
FHWA Personnel Locator 202-366-0537

Federal Highway Administration Office of Human Environment


Director Shari M. Schaftlein 202-366-5570

M aintaining and administering the Interstate High-


way System is FHWA’s main responsibility.
Construction of the 44,850 miles of Interstate High-
Office of Project Development & Environmental Review
Director vacant 202-366-2065
Office of Natural Environment
ways, begun in 1956, is now complete and is part of Director April L. Marchese 202-366-2074
the 150,000-mile National Highway System that was
Office of Real Estate Services
designated by Congress in 1995.
Director Virgil R. Pridemore 202-366-2058
As established, highways classified as Interstates are
to be funded on a 90 percent federal, 10 percent state Infrastructure
basis. The remainder of the National Highway System
Associate Administrator Thomas D. Everett 202-366-0370
is to be funded on an 80-20 basis. Funding for the
Office of Program Administration
800,000 miles of primary, secondary, and urban roads
that are eligible for the Federal Aid Highway money will Director Peter J. Stephanos 202-366-0027
also be split on an 80-20 basis. Funding for emergency Office of Bridges and Structures
road repairs is funded through the Highway Trust Fund, Director Joseph L. Hartmann 202-366-4599
which in turn is funded through special highway excise Office of Asset Management, Pavements and Construction
taxes and user fees. Director Hari Kalla 202-366-5915
Office of Transportation Performance Management
Office of the Federal Highway Administrator Director vacant 202-366-0327
Administrator Greg Nadeau 202-366-2240
Deputy Administrator David S. Kim 202-366-0585 Operations
Executive Director Walter C. Waidelich Jr. 202-366-2242 Associate Administrator vacant 202-366-9210
Office of Freight Management and Operations
Office of Innovative Program Delivery Director Caitlin H. Rayman 202-493-0457
Director Tony T. Furst 202-366-2242 Office of Transportation Management
Director Robert E. Arnold 202-366-1285
Intelligent Transportation Systems/Joint Program Office
Office of Transportation Operations
Director Kenneth M. Leonard 202-366-9536
Director Mark R. Kehrli 202-366-0600
Chief Counsel
Safety
Chief Counsel Thomas G. Echikson 202-366-0740
Associate Administrator Elizabeth Alicandri 202-366-6409
Policy and Governmental Affairs Office of Safety Programs
Director vacant 202-366-2201
Associate Administrator David Howard 202-366-9392
Office of Safety Technologies
Office of Legislative and Policy Communication
Director Michael Griffith 202-366-9469
Director Cheryl J. Walker 202-366-6378
Office of Transportation Policy Studies Federal Lands Highway
Director Mary Beth Zimmerman 202-366-9232
Assoc. Administrator Timothy Hess 202-366-9472
Office of Highway Policy Information
Director David Winter 202-366-4631 Civil Rights
Office of International Programs Associate Admin., Acting Irene Rico 804-775-3333
Director Leslie Wright 202-366-9195
Research, Development and Technology
Public Affairs Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center
Director Jane Mellow 202-366-9910 6300 Georgetown Pike
McLean, VA 22101
Planning, Environment and Realty 202-493-3999
Associate Administrator Gloria Shepherd 202-366-0116 Associate Administrator Michael F. Trentacoste 202-493-3259
Office of Planning Office of Infrastructure Research and Development
Director Kenneth N Petty II 202-366-6654 Director Cheryl Richter 202-493-3021

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Office of Safety Research and Development FHWA Resource Centers


Director Monique R. Evans 202-493-3074
Office of Operations Research and Development Atlanta
Director Brian P. Cronin 202-493-3269 FHWA Resource Center
Office of Resource Management 61 Forsyth Street, Suite 17T26
Director Kimberly V. Wilkins 202-493-3173 Atlanta, GA 30303
Office of Corporate Research, Technology Innovation Management V: 404-562-3570
Director Debra S. Elston 202-493-3181 F: 404-562-3700

National Highway Institute


Baltimore
Director Valerie A. Briggs 703-235-0520
FHWA Resource Center
1310 North Courthouse Road, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201
10 S. Howard Street, Suite 4000
V: 703-235-0500; 877-558-6873
Baltimore, MD 21201
F: 703-235-0593
V: 410-962-0093
http://nhi.fhwa.dot.gov
F: 410-962-3419

Lakewood, Colorado
FHWA Resource Center
12300 West Dakota Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80228
V: 720-963-3215
F: 720-963-3232

Matteson, Illinois
FHWA Resource Center
One Prairie Office Center
4749 Lincoln Mall Drive, Suite 600
Matteson, IL 60443
V: 708-283-3500
F: 708-283-3501

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Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration


1200 New Jersey Avenue, S.E., Suite W60-300, Washington, D.C. 20590 • 800-832-5660

T he Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration


(FMCSA), reorganized from the Office of Motor Car-
riers in early 2000, put in place administration, safety
F: 443-703-2253
States covered: Connecticut, Delaware, DC, Maine, Maryland, Mas-
sachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania,
and enforcement elements, long sought by the trucking Rhode Island, Puerto Rico, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia.
industry. FMCSA was created as equal in status with
the FHWA within the Department of Transportation. The Midwestern Service Center
bill creating the change was signed by President Clin- 4749 Lincoln Mall Drive, Suite 300A
ton on Dec. 9, 1999, and became effective Jan. 1, 2000. Matteson, IL 60443
FMCSA is responsible for retrofit rules, compliance V: 708-283-3577
reviews and safety inspections, rules governing driver F: 708-283-3579
qualifications and establishing a national database of States covered: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota,
driver violations. Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Wisconsin
The agency develops and puts into effect national
motor carrier standards, develops hazardous material Southern Service Center
regulations, issues interpretations and reviews state
1800 Century Blvd., Suite 1700
laws and regulations. The existing Field Operations
Atlanta, GA 30345
offices will continue to handle day-to-day operations of
V: 404-327-7400
federal and state field staffs, including the State Motor
Carrier Assistance Program. F: 404-327-7349
States covered: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky,
Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South
Frequently Called Numbers Carolina, Tennessee, Texas
FMSCA Toll Free................................................................. 800-832-5660
• U.S. Dot Numbers Western Service Center
• Status DOT Numbers Golden Hills Office Centre
• Operating Authority Information
12600 W. Colfax Ave., Suite B-300
• Safety Ratings/CSA Information
• Licensing Information Lakewood, CO 80215
V: 303-407-2350
Share the Road Safely.........................................................202-493-0472 F: 303-407-2339
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Hotline.....888-327-4236 States covered: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho,
Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Wash-
Administration . ...................................................................202-366-8773 ington, Wyoming.
Chief Counsel .................................................................... 202-493-0349
Civil Rights ..........................................................................202-366-8810
Communications ............................................................... 202-366-9999
Enforcement and Program Delivery .................................. 202-366-4553
Field Operations ................................................................ 202-366-0280
Policy and Program Development .....................................202-366-2551
Research and Information Technology ..............................202-366-2525

On the Internet
CDL Program Information
http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/registration-licensing/cdl/cdl.htm
Key FMSCA Programs
http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/about/what-we-do/keyprogrmas/keyprograms.htm

FMCSA Service Centers


Eastern Service Center
802 Cromwell Park Drive, Suite N
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
V: 443-703-2240

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Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Field Offices

Alabama Delaware Indiana


520 Cotton Gin Rd. 1203 College Park Drive, Suite 102 575 N. Pennsylvania Street
Montgomery, AL 36117 Dover, DE 19904-6726 Room 261
V: 334-290-4954 V: 302-734-8173 Indianapolis, IN 46204
F: 334-290-4944 F: 302-346-5101 V: 317-226-7474
F: 317-226-5657
Alaska District of Columbia
Iowa
Frontier Building, Suite 260 1990 K Street, NW, Suite 510
3601 C Street Washington, D.C. 20006 105 6th Street
Anchorage, AK 99503 V: 202-219-3576 Ames, IA 50010-6337
V: 907-271-4068 F: 202-219-3546 V: 515-233-7400
F: 907-271-4069 F: 515-233-7494
Florida
Arizona Kansas
3500 Financial Plaza, Suite 200
400 East Van Buren, Suite 401 Tallahassee, FL 32312 1303 SW First American Place
Phoenix, AZ 85004-2223 V: 850-942-9338 Suite 200
V: 602-379-6851 F: 850-942-9680 Topeka, KS 66604-4040
F: 602-379-3627 V: 785-271-1260
F: 877-547-0378
Georgia
Arkansas
Two Crown Center Kentucky
Federal Building, Room 2527 1745 Phoenix Blvd., Suite 380
700 W. Capitol Ave. Atlanta, GA 30349 330 W. Broadway, Room 124
Little Rock, AR 72201 V: 678-284-5130 Frankfort, KY 40601
V: 501-324-5050 F: 678-284-5146 V: 502-223-6779
F: 501-324-6562 F: 502-223-6767
Hawaii
California Louisiana
300 Ala Moana Blvd., Room 3-239
1325 J Street, Suite 1540 Box 50226 5304 Flanders Drive, Suite A
Sacramento, CA 95814-2941 Honolulu, HI 96850 Baton Rouge, LA 70808
V: 916-930-2760 V: 808-541-2790 V: 225-757-7640
F: 916-930-2778 F: 808-541-2702 F: 225-757-7636

Colorado Idaho Maine


12300 W. Dakota Ave., Suite 130 1387 Vinnel Way, Suite 341 Edmund S. Muskie Federal Building
Lakewood, CO 80228 Boise ID 83703 40 Western Ave., Room 411
V: 720-963-3130 V: 208-334-1842 Augusta, ME 04330
F: 720-963-3131 F: 208-334-1046 V: 207-622-8358
F: 207-622-8477
Connecticut Illinois
628-2 Hebron Ave., Suite 302 3250 Executive Park Drive
Glastonbury, CT 06033 Springfield, IL 62703-4514
V: 860-659-6700 V: 217-492-4608
F: 860-659-6725 F: 217-492-4986

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Maryland Nebraska North Dakota


City Crescent Building 100 Centennial Mall N., Room 406 4503 N. Coleman St., Suite 204
10 S. Howard St., Suite 2710 Lincoln, NE 68508 Bismarck, ND 58503
Baltimore, MD 21201 V: 402-437-5986 V: 701-250-4346
V: 410-962-2889 F: 402-437-5837 F: 701-250-4389
F: 410-962-3916
Nevada Ohio
Massachusetts
705 N Plaza Street, Suite 204 200 N. High Street, Room 609
50 Mall Rd, Suite 212 Carson City, NV 89701 Columbus, OH 43215
Burlington, MA 01803 V: 775-687-5335 V: 614-280-5657
V: 781-425-3210 F: 775-687-8353 F: 614-280-6875
F: 781-425-3225
New Hampshire Oklahoma
Michigan
54 Pleasant Street, Suite 3300 300 N. Meridian, Suite 106 North
315 West Allegan Street, Room 219 Concord, NH 03301 Oklahoma City, OK 73107
Lansing, Ml 48933 V: 603-228-3112 V: 405-605-6047
V: 517-853-5990 F: 603-228-0390 F: 405-605-6176
F: 517-377-1868
New Jersey Oregon
Minnesota
One Independence Way, Suite 120 The Equitable Center
380 Jackson Street Princeton, NJ 08540 530 Center Street NE, Suite 440
Galtier Plaza, Suite 500 V: 609-275-2604 Salem, OR 97301-3740
St Paul, MN 55101 F: 609-275-5108 V: 503-399-5775
V: 651-291-6150 F: 503-316-2580
F: 651-291-6001 New Mexico
Pennsylvania
Mississippi 2440 Louisiana Blvd. NE, Suite 520
Albuquerque, NM 87110 215 Limekiln Road, Suite 200
100 W. Capitol Street, Suite 1049 V: 505-346-7858 New Cumberland, PA 17070
Jackson, MS 39269 F: 505-346-7859 V: 717-641-4060
V: 601-965-4219 F: 717-641-4066
F: 601-965-4674 New York
Puerto Rico
Missouri Leo W. O’Brien Federal Building
Room 815 Torre Chardon, Suite 207
3219 Emerald Lane, Suite 500 Clinton Avenue & N. Pearl Street 350 Chardn Street
Jefferson City, MO 65109 Albany, NY 12207 Hato Rey, PR 00918
V: 573-636-3246 V: 518-431-4145 V: 787-766-5985
F: 573-636-8901 F: 518-431-4140 F: 787-766-5015

Montana North Carolina Rhode Island


2880 Skyway Drive 310 New Bern Ave., Suite 468 20 Risho Avenue, Suite E
Helena, MT 59602 Raleigh, NC 27601 East Providence, RI 02914
V: 406-449-5304 V: 919-856-4378 V: 401-431-6010
F: 406-449-5318 F: 919-856-4369 F: 401-431-6019

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South Carolina Washington


1835 Assembly St., Suite 1253 2424 Heritage Ct., Suite 302
Columbia, SC 29021-2430 Olympia, WA 98502-6031
V: 803-765-5414 V: 360-753-9875
F: 803-765-5413 F: 360-753-9024

South Dakota West Virginia


1410 E. Highway 14, Suite B 700 Washington St. East
Pierre, SD 57501 Geary Plaza, Suite 205
V: 605-224-8202 Charleston, WV 25301
F: 605-224-1766 V: 304-347-5935
F: 304-347-5617
Tennessee
Wisconsin
640 Grassmere Park, Suite 111
Nashville, TN 37211 1 Point Place, Suite 101
V: 615-781-5781 Madison, WI 53719-2809
F: 615-781-5780 V: 608-662-2010
F: 608-829-7540
Texas
Wyoming
903 San Jacinto Blvd., Suite 101
Austin, TX 78701 2617 East Lincolnway, Suite F
V: 512-916-5440 Cheyenne, WY 82001
F: 512-916-5482 V: 307-772-2305
F: 307-772-2905
Utah
310 East 4500 South, Suite 102
Salt Lake, City UT 84107-3993
V: 801-288-0360
F: 801-288-8867

Vermont
87 State Street, Room 305
P.O. Box 338
Montpelier, VT 05601
V: 802-828-4480
F: 802-828-4581

Virginia
400 North 8th Street, Room 780
Richmond, VA 23219-4827
V: 804-771-8585
F: 804-771-8670

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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration


1200 New Jersey Avenue, S.E., West Building, Washington, D.C. 20590
General Information and Personnel Locator: 202-366-4000
NHTSA Toll Free: 888-327-4236

Office of the Administrator Vehicle Safety Research


Administrator vacant 202-366-1836 Associate Administrator Nat Beuse 202-366-4862
Deputy Administrator Terry Shelton (Acting) 202-366-2775 Office of Vehicle Research & Test Center
Chief Counsel Steve Wood (Acting) 202-366-2830 Director Tim Johnson 202-366-5663
Governmental Affairs, Policy and Strategic Planning Vehicle Stability & Control Riley Garrott 937-666-4511
Director vacant 202-366-1836 Defects Analysis &
Communications Crashworthiness Donald Willke 937-666-4511
Director vacant 202-366-5789 Office of Vehicle Crashworthiness Research
Chief Safety Scientist Joseph Kolly 202-366-2669- Director Stephen Ridella 202-366-5662
Civil Rights Human Factors Engineering Integration
Director Regina Morgan 202-366-0972 Director Chris Monk 202-366-5195
Executive Director Jack Danielson 202-366-5729 Office of Vehicle Crash Avoidance & Electronic Control
Director Cem Hatipoglu 202-366-0812
Communications and Consumer Information Crash Avoidance and
Associate Administrator Susan Gorcowski 202-366-9550 Heavy Truck Research Bob Kreeb 202-366-5663
Dir. / Media Relations Karen Aldana 202-366-9550 Intelligent Technologies
Research Division Tim Johnson 202-366-5663
Dir. / Consumer Info. Susan McMeen 202-366-9550
Dir. / Commun. Services Warren Owens 202-366-9550 National Center for Statistics & Analysis
Dir. / Digital Strategies James Schulte 202-366-9550 Associate Administrator Steven Smith (Acting) 202-366-1810
Research and Program Development Office of Data Acquisition
Director Chip Chidester 202-366-5393
Office of Impaired Driving & Occupant Protection
Crash Investigation Division John Brophy 202-366-0328
Director vacant 202-493-0019
Special Crash Investigations Hotline 877-201-3172
Office of Safety Programs
Director John Marshall 202-366-4016 State Data Reporting
Systems Division Barbara Rhea 202-366-2714
Office of Behavioral Safety Research
Director Richard Compton 202-366-2699 Safety Systems
Management Division Michael Frenchik 202-366-0641
Office of Emergency Medical Services
Director Jon Krohmer 202-366-9966 Office of Traffic Records & Analysis
Director Chou-Lin Chen 202-366-1048
Rulemaking Mathematical Analysis Div. Rajesh Subramanian 202-366-3365
Associate Administrator Ryan Posten 202-366-1810 National Driver Register &
Traffic Records Division Sean McLaurin 202-366-4800
Office of Crashworthiness Standards
Director Lori Summers 202-366-1740 888-851-0436
Office of Crash Avoidance Standards Office of Regulatory Analysis & Evaluation
Director David HInes 202-366-4931 Director Larry Blincoe
Office of International Policy, Fuel Economy & Consumer Programs Evaluation Division John Kindelgerger 202-366-4696
Director vacant 202-366-1810 Regulatory Analysis Division Thomas Kang 202-366-2553

Enforcement
Associate Administrator Jeffrey Giuseppe (Acting) 202-366-3217
Office of Defects Investigation
Director vacant 202-366-8089
Office of Vehicle Safety Compliance
Director Jeffrey Giuseppe 202-366-5203
Odometer Fraud Investigation
Director David W. Sparks 202-366-4761

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NHTSA Regional Offices Region 7 — Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has 10 Regional 901 Locust Street
offices that work on the agency’s mission to save lives, prevent Kansas City, MO 64106
injuries, and reduce traffic-related healthcare and other economic V: 816-329-3900 F: 816-329-3910
costs. Each Regional office provides numerous services to its E-mail: Region7@dot.gov
states, as well as other public and private sector customers. These
services include, but are not limited to, technical assistance, pro- Region 8 — Colorado, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota,
moting legislation, administering the agency’s grant fund programs, Utah, Wyoming
assisting in coalition building and delivering training.
12300 W. Dakota Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80228-2583
Region 1 — Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hamp-
V: 720-963-3100 F: 720-963-3124
shire, Rhode Island, Vermont
E-mail: Region8@dot.gov
VOLPE National Transportation Systems Center
55 Broadway - Kendall Square - Code 8E
Cambridge, MA 02142 Region 9 — Arizona, California, Hawaii, Northern Marianas,
V: 617-494-3427 F: 617-494-3646 American Samoa, Guam
E-mail: Region1@dot.gov John E. Moss Federal Building
650 Capitol Mall
Sacramento, CA 95814
Region 2 — New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania,
V: 916-498-5058
Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
E-mail: Region9@dot.gov
245 Main Street
White Plains, NY 10601-2442
V: 914-682-6162 F: 914-682-6239 Region 10 — Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington
E-mail: Region2@dot.gov 3140 Jackson Federal Building
915 Second Avenue
Region 3 — Delaware, District of Columbia, Kentucky Seattle, WA 98174
Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia V: 206-220-7640 F: 206-220-7651
E-mail: Region10@dot.gov
10 S. Howard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
V: 410-962-0090 F: 410-962-2770
E-mail: Region3@dot.gov

Region 4 — Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee


Atlanta Federal Center
61 Forsyth Street, SW
Atlanta, GA 30303
V: 404-562-3739 F: 404-562-3763
E-mail: Region4@dot.gov

Region 5 — Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin


4749 Lincoln Mall Drive
Matteson, IL 60443-3800
V: 708-503-8822 F: 708-503-8991
E-mail: Region5@dot.gov

Region 6
Indian Nations, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico,
Oklahoma, Texas
819 Taylor St, Room 8A38
Fort Worth TX 76102
V: 817-978-3653 F: 817-978-8339
E-mail: Region6@dot.gov

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U.S. Department of Labor


200 Constitution Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20210 • 866-487-2365
Locator # 202-693-5000

T he Department of Labor monitors trucking firms mostly Region 2 (New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands)
through the Occupational Safety and Health Adminis- Regional Office
tration. Many of the current OSHA regulations, particularly 201 Varick Street, Room 670
those dealing with hazardous materials and asbestos, di- New York, NY 10014
V: 212-337-2378 F: 212-337-2371
rectly affect workers in the transportation industry. OSHA
services include consultation services, training and educa- Region 3 (District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland,
tion programs. The consultation program is a free service Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia)
largely funded by OSHA and delivered by state govern- Regional Office
ments using professional staff. This program helps em- The Curtis Center, Suite 740 W.
ployers to identify and correct specific hazards, provides 170 S. Independence Mall West
guidance in establishing or improving an effective safety Philadelphia, PA 19106-3309
and health program, and offers training and education for V: 215-861-4900 F: 215-861-4904
employers, for their supervisors and other employees.
The OSHA Training Institute provides basic and ad- Region 4 (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North
vanced training for private sector employees. The Insti- Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee)
Regional Office
tute also has developed many audiovisual products on
61 Forsythe St. SW, Rm 6T50
hazardous materials, which are available for sale from the
Atlanta, GA 30303
National Audiovisual Center. OSHA area offices are full V: 678-237-0400 F: 678-237-0447
service centers offering information concerning publica-
tions, audiovisual materials, and technical advice on work- Region 5 (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin)
place hazards. Contact points for the principal divisions Regional Office
of the Labor Department and a comprehensive listing of 230 South Dearborn Street, Room 3244
OSHA area offices are listed below. Chicago, Il 60604
V: 312-353-2220 F: 312-353-7774
Office of the Secretary
Secretary of Labor, Acting Edward Hugler 202-693-6000 Region 6 (Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas)
Deputy Secretary vacant 202-693-6002 Regional Office
Executive Secretariat 525 Griffin Street, Room 602
Director, Acting Elizabeth Way 202-693-6100 Dallas, TX 75202
Assistant Secretaries V: 972-850-4145 F: 972-850-4149
Occupational Safety and
Health Administration vacant 202-693-2000 Region 7 (Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska)
Employment & Training vacant 202-693-2700 Regional Office
Policy vacant 202-693-5959 Two Pershing Square Bldg., Suite 1010
Public Affairs vacant 202-693-4676 2300 Main St.
Disability Employment Kansas City, MO 64108
Policy, vacant 202-693-7880 V: 816-238-8745 F: 816-238-0547
Veterans Employment
& Training vacant 202-693-4700 Region 8 (Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah,
Congressional & Wyoming)
Intergovernmental Affairs vacant 202-693-4601 Regional Office
Employees’ Benefits 1244 Speer Blvd., Suite 551
Security Administration vacant 202-693-8300 Denver, CO 80204
V: 720-264-6550 F: 720-264-6585
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Commissioner Erica Groshen 202-691-7800 Region 9 (Arizona, California, Guam, Hawaii, and Nevada)
Regional Office
OSHA Regional Offices 90th St., Suite 18100
San Francisco, California 94103
Region 1 (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
V: 415-625-2547 F: 415-625-2534
Rhode Island, Vermont)
Regional Office
Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington)
JFK Federal Building, Room E340
Regional Office
Boston, MA 02203
300 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1280
V: 617-565-9860 F: 617-565-9827
Seattle, WA 98104-2397
V: 206-757-6700 F: 206-757-6705

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Approved State OSHA Programs Michigan

T wenty-three states have approved OSHA plans that supersede Federal


OSHA Standards. Those states are required to provide inspection and
enforcement of facilities. The state-approved plans must be at least as ef-
Occupational Safety & Health Admin.
P.O. Box 30643
Lansing, MI 48909-8143
fective as the federal OSHA Hazard Communication Standard. Note: Con- V: 517-241-7124
necticut and New York plans cover public employees only. OSHA is exercis- F: 301-373-2129
ing concurrent private-sector federal enforcement authority in California.
Minnesota
Alaska Indiana Department of Labor and Industry
443 Lafayette Road
Department of Labor Department of Labor St. Paul, MN 55155
1111 W. 8th Street, Room 304 State Office Building V: 651-284-5010
P.O. Box 111149 402 West Washington St. Rm W195 F: 651-284-5741
Juneau, AK 99801-1149 Indianapolis, IN 46204-2751
V: 907-465-2700 V: 317-232-2693
F: 907-465-2784 F: 317-233-3790 Nevada

Arizona Iowa Division of Industrial Relations


Occupational Safety & Health Admin.
1301 N. Green Valley Parkway, Suite 200
Industrial Commission of Arizona Division of Labor Services Henderson, NV 89074
800 W. Washington 1000 E. Grand Avenue V: 702-486-9020
Phoenix, AZ 85007-2922 Des Moines, IA 50319-0209 F: 702-990-0358
V: 602-542-5795 V: 515-281-3447
F: 602-542-1614 F: 515-281-5631
New Jersey
California Kentucky Department of Labor
1 John Fitch Plaza
Department of Industrial Relations Department of Labor P.O. Box 386
1515 Clay Street, 17th Floor 1047 U.S. Highway 127 South, Suite 4 Trenton, NJ 08625-0386
Oakland, CA 94612 Frankfort, KY 40601 V: 609-292-0501
V: 510-622-3965 V: 502-564-0684 F: 609-292-4409
F: 510-286-7037 F: 502-564-5387

New Mexico
Connecticut Maine
Occupational Health & Safety Bureau
Department of Labor Workplace Safety & Health Division
200 Folly Brook Boulevard 45 State House Station 525 Camino de los Marquez, Suite 3
Wethersfield, CT 06109 Augusta, ME 0433-0045 Sante Fe, NM 87502
V: 860-263-6505 V: 207-623-7132 V: 505-476-8700
F: 860-263-6529 F: 207-623-7934 F: 505-476-8734

Hawaii Maryland New York


Dept. of Labor and Industrial Relations Department of Labor, Licensing Department of Labor
830 Punchbowl Street, Suite 321 and Regulation State Office Campus Bldg. 12, Rm 158
Honolulu, HI 96813 1100 N. Eutaw Street, Room 606 Albany, NY 12240
V: 808-586-8844 Baltimore, MD 21201-2206 V: 518-457-3518
F: 808-586-9099 V: 410-767-2241 F: 518-457-5545
F: 410-767-2986
Illinois Department of Occupation and Health North Carolina
10946 Golden West Drive, Suite 160
Department of Labor Hunt Valley, MD 21031
Department of Labor
900 South Spring St. V: 410-527-4499
Springfield, IL 62702 F: 410-527-4481 1101 Mail Service Center
V: 217-782-6206 Raleigh, NC 27699-1101
F: 217-782-0596 V: 919-733-0359
F: 919-733-6197

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Oregon Washington
Occupational Safety & Health Division Department of Labor and Industries
Consumer and Business Services P.O. Box 44001
350 Winter Street, NE, Room 430 Olympia, WA 98504
V: 360-902-4805
Salem, OR 97309-0405
F: 360-902-5619
V: 503-378-3272
F: 503-947-7461
Wyoming
South Carolina
Workers’ Safety & Compensation Division
1510 E. Pershing Blvd. - West Wing
Dept. of Labor, Licensing & Regulation Cheyenne, WY 82002
P. O. Box 11329 V: 307-777-3581
Columbia, SC 29211 F: 307-777-3646
V: 803-896-4300
F: 803-896-4393

Tennessee
Dept. of Labor, and Workforce Dev.
220 French Landing Drive
Nashville, TN 37243
V: 615-741-2793
F: 615-741-3325

Utah
Labor Commission
160 East 300 South, 3rd Floor
P. O. Box 146650
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6650
V: 801-530-6848
F: 801-530-6390

Vermont
Department of Labor
5 Green Mountain Drive
P.O. Box 488
Montpelier, VT 05601-0488
V: 802-828-4000
F: 802-828-4022

Virginia
Department of Labor and Industry
Main Street Centre
600 E. Main Street
Richmond, VA 23219-4101
V: 804-786-0574
F: 804-371-6524

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OSHA Consultation Project and Area Offices Georgia

T hose states that do not have state-approved plans are bound by federal
OSHA regulations. Consult the following locations for questions concerning
the federal regulations. http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/smallbusiness/consult.html
21(d) Onsite Consultation Program
Georgia Institute of Technology
260 14th St., NW
Atlanta, GA 30332-0837
Alabama Colorado V: 404-407-8276
F: 404-407-9024
Safe State Program Colorado State University
University of Alabama Occupational Safety Hawaii
432 Martha Parham West & Health Consultation
P.O. Box 870388 1681 Campus Delivery
Consultation & Training Branch
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 Fort Collins, CO 80523
Dept. of Labor & Industrial Relations
V: 205-348-8975 V: 970-491-6151
830 Punchbowl Street, Room 423
F: 205-348-9878 F: 970-491-7778
Honolulu, HI 96813
V: 808-586-9100
Alaska Connecticut F: 808-586-9131

Consultation and Training Connecticut Department of Labor Idaho


3301 Eagle Street, Suite 305 Div. of Occupational Safety & Health
Anchorage, AK 99503-4149 38 Wolcott Hill Road
Idaho OSHA Consultation Program
V: 907-269-4957 Wethersfield, CT 06109
Boise State University
F: 907-269-3723 V: 860-263-6925
1910 University Drive, M.S. 1825
F: 860-263-6940
Boise, ID 83725-1825
Arizona V: 208-426-3283
Delaware F: 208-426-4411
Consultation & Training
Industrial Commission of Arizona Delaware Department of Labor Illinois
Div. of Occupational Safety & Health Occupational Safety & Health
2675 East Broadway Road, Suite 239 Division of Industrial Affairs
Illinois Onsite Consultation
Tucson, AZ 85716 4425 North Market Street
Illinois Department of Labor
V: 602-628-5478 Wilmington, DE 19802
900 S. Spring Street
F: 502-322-8008 V: 302-761-8225
Springfield, IL 62707
F: 302-761-6602
V: 217-782-1442
Arkansas F: 217-785-0596
District of Columbia
OSHA Consultation Indiana
Arkansas Department of Labor Office of Occupational Safety & Health
10421 West Markham D.C. Dept. of Employment Services
INSafe
Little Rock, AR 72205 4058 Minnesota Ave. NE, First Floor
Indiania Department of Labor
V: 501-682-4522 Washington, D.C. 20019
402 West Washington, W195
F: 501-682-4532 V: 202-671-1800
Indianapolis, IN 46204
F: 202-673-2380
V: 317-232-2688
(Program available only for employers
California within the District of Columbia.) F: 317-233-1868

CAL/OSHA Consultation Service


Florida Iowa
Department of Industrial Relations
2000 E. McFadden Avenue - Room 214
Florida Safety Consultation Program Iowa Workforce Development
Santa Ana, CA 92705
University of South Florida Division of Labor Services
V: 714-558-4411
13201 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., MDC 56 Bureau of Consultation and Education
F: 714-558-4431
Tampa, FL 33612 1000 East Grand Ave.
V: 866-273-1105 Des Moines, IA 50319
F: 813-974-8270 V: 515-281-7629
F: 515-281-5522

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Kansas Michigan Nebraska


Kansas Consultation Project Consultation Education & Training Div. Department of Labor
Kansas Dept. of Labor Occupational Safety & Health Admin. State Office Building, Lower Level
417 SW Jackson Street Licensing & Regulatory Affairs P.O. Box 94600
Topeka, KS 66603-3327 525 W. Allegan St. 550 S. 16th St.
V: 785-296-4386, ext. 2310 P.O. Box 30643 Lincoln, NE 68509-4600
F: 785-296-1775 Lansing, MI 48909-8413 V: 402-471-4728
V: 517-284-7720; 800-866-4674 F: 402-471-5039
F: 517-322-1374
Kentucky
Nevada
Kentucky Labor Cabinet Minnesota
Division of Education & Training Safety Consultation & Training Section
Kentucky OSH Program Department of Labor & Industry Division of Industrial Relations
1047 U.S. Highway 127, South, Suite 4 Consultation Division Department of Business & Industry
Frankfort, KY 40601 443 LaFayette Road N 1301 Green Valley Parkway #200
V: 502-564-4087 Saint Paul, MN 55155 Henderson, NV 89074
F: 502-564-4769 V: 651-284-5372 V: 702-486-9147
F: 651-284-5739 F: 702-990-0326

Louisiana
Mississippi New Hampshire
21(d) Consultation Program
Louisiana Department of Labor Mississippi State University Occupational Health & Safety
1001 N. 23rd Street, Room 421 Center for Safety & Health Consultation Program
P.O. Box 94094 2151 Hwy 18, Suite B Keene State College
Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9094 Brandon, MS 39042 222 Main St.
V: 225-219-4216 V: 601-825-0783 Keene, NH 03435
F: 225-342-5158 F: 601-825-6609 V: 603-358-2465
F: 603-358-2399

Maine Missouri
New Jersey
Maine Bureau of Labor Standards Onsite Consultation Program
Workplace Safety & Health Division Division of Labor Standards Department of Labor and Workforce
State House Station #45 Dept. of Labor & Industrial Relations 1 John Fitch Plaza
Augusta, ME 04333-0045 3315 West Truman Boulevard P.O. Box 953
V: 207-623-7916 P.O. Box 449 Trenton, NJ 08625-0953
F: 207-623-7938 Jefferson City, MO 65102 V: 609-292-0404
V: 573-751-1223 F: 609-292-4409
F: 573-751-3721
Maryland
New Mexico
MOSH Consultation Services Montana
10946 Golden West Drive, Suite 160 Environment Department
Hunt Valley, MD 21031 Safety & Health Bureau Occupational Health & Safety Bureau
V: 410-527-4500 2201 White Blvd. 525 Camino de Los Marquez, Suite 3
F: 410-527-5678 Butte, MT 59701 Santa Fe, NM 87502
V: 406-494-0324 V: 505-476-8720
Massachusetts F: 505-476-8734

Division of Occupational Safety


Dept. of Standards
37 Shattuck Street
Lawrence, MA 01843
V: 617-626-6504
F: 978-688-0352

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New York Oregon Tennessee


Dept. of Labor Oregon OSHA Consultation & Services TOSHA Consultation Services
On-Site Consultation Dept. of Consumer & Business Services Tennessee Department of Labor
109 S. Union St., Room 402 350 Winter Street, N.E., Room 430 220 French Landing Drive
Rochester, NY 14607 Salem, OR 97310-3882 Nashville, TN 37243
V: 518-457-2238 V: 503-947-7434 V: 800-325-9901
F: 518-457-3454 F: 503-947-7462 F: 615-532-2997

North Carolina Pennsylvania Texas


Bureau of Consultative Services Indiana University Pennsylvania Workers’ Health & Safety Div. - MS 22
North Carolina Department of Labor Room 210 Walsh Hall Texas Dept. of Insurance
1101 Mail Service Center 302 East Walk 7551 Metro Center Drive
Raleigh, NC 27699-1101 Indiana, PA 15705-1087 Austin, TX 78744-1609
V: 919-807-2905 V: 724-357-4095; 800-382-1241 V: 512-804-4640; 800-687-7080
F: 919-807-2902 F: 724-357-2385 F: 512-804-4641

North Dakota Puerto Rico Utah


Occupational Safety & Health Occupational Safety & Health Admin. Utah OSHA Consultation Program
Consultation Voluntary Programs Division 160 East 300 South, Third Floor
Bismarck State College 505 Munoz Rivera Avenue, 21st Floor Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-6650
Corporate & Continuing Education Hato Rey, PR 00918 V: 801-205-2832; 800-205-2832
1500 Edwards Ave. V: 787-754-2171 F: 801-530-7606
Bismarck, ND 58506 F: 787-767-6051
V: 701-224-5778; 877-846-9387
F: 701-224-5763 Vermont
Rhode Island
Vermont Dept. of Labor & Industry
Ohio OSH Consultation Program Div. of Occupational Safety & Health
Division of Occupational Health 5 Green Mountain Drive
Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Rhode Island Department of Health P.O. Box 488
Division of Safety and Hygiene 3 Capital Hill Montpellier, VT 05601-0488
OSHA On-Site Consultation Cannon Building, Room 206 V: 802-888-2598
13430 Yarmouth Drive Providence, RI 02908 F: 802-828-2195
Pickerington, OH 43147 V: 401-222-7745
V: 800-282-1425 F: 401-222-2456
F: 614-644-3133 Virginia
South Carolina Virginia Dept. of Labor & Industry
Oklahoma Occupational Safety & Health
South Carolina Department of Labor, Training & Consultation
Oklahoma Department of Labor Licensing & Regulation 600 E. Main St., Suite 207
OSHA Consultation Division 110 Centerview Dr. Richmond, VA 23219
3017 N. Stiles, Suite 100 P.O. Box 11329 V: 804-786-6613
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-5212 Columbia, SC 29211-1329 F: 804-786-8418
V: 405-521-6139 V: 803-896-7787
F: 405-557-6020 F: 803-896-7750
Washington
South Dakota Washington Dept. of Labor & Industries
WISHA Services Division
South Dakota State University P.O. Box 4648
Engineering Extension - OSHA Consulation Olympia, WA 98504-4648
SSH 201, Box 2220 V: 360-902-5554
Brookings, SD 57007-0597 F: 360-902-5438
V: 605-688-5741
F: 605-688-6290

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West Virginia
West Virginia Department of Labor
Capitol Complex Building #6
1800 East Washington St., Rm B-749
Charleston, WV 25305
V: 304-558-7890
F: 360-902-5438

Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin State
Laboratory of Hygiene
2601 Agriculture Drive
P.O. Box 7996
Madison, WI 53707-7996
V: 608-266-5240; 800-947-0553
F: 608-266-5249

Wyoming
Wyoming Dept. of Workforce Services
1510 East Pershing Blvd., West Wing
Cheyenne, WY 82002
V: 307-777-7710
F: 307-777-3646

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U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY


William Jefferson Clinton Building, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20460
Locator # 202-260-2090
http://www.epa.gov

T
he U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, by law, Office of Transportation and Air Quality
sets emission and noise standards for heavy- and Director Chris Grundler 202-564-1682
light-duty engines. EPA also regulates underground Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards
storage tanks, wastewater discharges and related sys- Director Steve Page 919-541-5616
tems. Following is a list of EPA division administrators Office of Atmospheric Programs
whose jurisdiction affects trucking. Also included is a list of Director Sarah Dunham 202-343-9140
underground storage tank, solid and hazardous waste, and http://www.epa.gov/air
recycling program offices for each state.
Water
Assistant Administrator Michael Shapiro (Acting) 202-260-5700

Office of the Administrator Land & Emergency Management


Office of the Administrator Asst. Administrator Barry Breen (Acting) 202-566-0200
Administrator Catherine McCabe (Acting) 202-564-4700 Office of Resource Conservation & Recovery
Deputy Administrator Mike Flynn (Acting) 202-564-4700 Director Barnes Johnson 703-308-8895
General Counsel Kevin Minoli (Acting) 202-564-8040 Office of Emergency Management
Director Reggie Cheatham (Acting) 202-564-8003
Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Office of Underground Tanks
Assistant Administrator Lawrence Starfield (Acting) 202-564-2440 Director Carolyn Hoskinson 703-603-9900
http://www.epa.gov/compliance
Oil Spills National Response Center: 800-424-8802
Air Programs
Office of Air and Radiation
Assistant Administrator Sarah Dunham (Acting) 202-564-7404

State Underground Storage Tank Program Offices

Alabama Alaska Arizona


Dept. of Environmental Management Dept. of Environmental Conservation Arizona Dept. of Environmental Quality
P.O. Box 301463 410 Willoughby Ave., Suite 303 1110 W. Washington St.
Montgomery, AL 36130-1463 Juneau, AK 99801-1800 Phoenix, AZ 85007
F: 334-270-5631 F: 602-771-4900
LUST
LUST V: 907-465-5206 LUST
V: 334-270-5655 F: 907-465-5218 V: 602-771-4303
UST FUND UST
V: 334-270-5655 V: 907-465-5270 V: 602-771-4255
F: 334-270-5631 F: 907-465-5262 FUND
UST V: 602-771-4837
Depart. of Environmental Conservation
555 Cordova Street
Anchorage, AK 99501-2617
V: 907-269-7886
F: 907-269-7600

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Arkansas Delaware Idaho


Arkansas Dept. of Environmental Quality Dept. of Natural Resources Idaho Dept. of Environmental Quality
Regulated Storage Tank Div. and Environmental Control 1410 N. Hilton
P.O. Box 8913 Tank Management Branch Boise, ID 83706
Little Rock, AR 72219-8913 391 Lukens Drive V: 208-373-0247
V: 501-682-0999 New Castle, DE 19720 F: 208-373-0154
F: 501-682-0971 V: 302-395-2500
F: 302-395-2555 FUND
California Insurance Fund
1215 W. State St.
District of Columbia P.O. Box 83720
UST, LUST Boise, ID 83720-0044
State Water Resources Control Board District Dept. of the Environmental V: 208-332-8100
Division of Clean Water Programs UST Branch F: 208-334-3696
P.O. Box 2231 1200 First St. NE., 5th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95812 Washington, D.C. 20002
V: 916-341-5851 V: 202-535-2326 Illinois
F: 916-341-5808 F: 202-535-1383
UST
FUND Division of Petroleum & Chemical Safety
State Water Resources Control Board Florida Office of State Fire Marshall
Division of Clean Water Programs 1035 Stevenson Dr.
P.O. Box 944212 Department of Environmental Protection Springfield, IL 62703-4259
Sacramento, CA 94244-2120 Tank Section V: 217-785-1020
V: 800-813-3863; 916-341-5700 2600 Blair Stone Rd. MS 4575 F: 217-524-9284
F: 916-341-5806 Tallahassee, FL 32399-2400
V: 850-245-8839 LUST, FUND
Colorado F: 850-945-8831 Illinois EPA
P.O. Box 19276
FUND Springfield, IL 62794-9276
Dept. of Labor and Employment V: 850-245-8839 V: 217-782-6762
Oil Inspectors Section F: 850-245-8877 V: 217-524-3300
633 17th St., Suite 500 F: 217-524-4193
Denver, CO 80202-3660
V: 303-318-8500 Georgia
F: 303-318-8488 Indiana
Environmental Protection Division
FUND Dept. of Natural Resources Dept. of Environmental Management
Dept. of Labor and Employment UST Management Program 100 N. Senate Ave.
Petroleum Storage Tank Fund 4244 International Parkway, Suite 104 Indianapolis, IN 46206-7015
633 17th St., Suite 500 Atlanta, GA 30354
Denver, CO 80202-3660 V: 404-362-2687 LUST
V: 303-318-8510 F: 404-362-2654 V: 317-232-8900
F: 303-318-8518 F: 317-233-0428
UST
Hawaii
Connecticut V: 317-234-6923
F: 317-234-0428
Department of Health FUND
Waste Management Bureau Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch V: 317-232-0090
Dept. of Energy & Environmental Protection 919 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 212 F: 317-233-0428
79 Elm Street Honolulu, HA 96814
Hartford, CT 06106-5127 V: 808-586-4226
F: 808-586-7509
LUST
V: 860-424-3376
F: 860-424-4061
UST
V: 860-424-3374
F: 860-424-4061
FUND
V: 860-424-3370
F:860-424-4061

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Iowa Maryland Mississippi


Department of Natural Resources Dept. of Environment, Waste Mgmt. Admin. Department of Environmental Quality
UST Section Oil Control Program P.O. Box 10385
Wallace State Office Bldg. 1800 Washington Blvd. Jackson, MS 39289-0385
502 E. 9th St. Baltimore, MD 21230 V: 601-961-5282
Des Moines, IA 50319 V: 410-537-3442 F: 601-354-5093
V: 515-281-8169 F: 410-537-3092
F: 515-281-8895
Missouri
FUND Massachusetts
Iowa UST Fund Dept. of Natural Resources
2700 Westown Parkway, Suite 320 Dept. of Environmental Protection Tanks Section
Des Moines, IA 50266 One Winter St. P.O. Box 176
V: 515-267-9101 Boston, MA 02108 Jefferson City, MO 65102-0176
F: 515-225-9361 V: 573-751-3176; 800-361-4827
UST F: 573-562-8922
V: 617-292-5500
Kansas F: 617-292-5530 FUND
LUST Petroleum Storage Tank Insurance Fund
Department of Health & Environment V: 617-292-5887 P.O. Box 836
Storage Tank Section F: 617-727-7467 Jefferson City, MO 65102-0836
1000 S.W. Jackson, Suite 410 FUND V: 573-522-2352; 800-765-2765
Topeka, KS 66612 Massachusetts Department of Revenue F: 573-522-2354
V: 785-296-1678 Petroleum Product Clean Up Fund
F: 785-296-6190 100 Cambridge St., 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02714-9563 Montana
V: 617-626-2600
Kentucky F: 617-626-2619 UST Program
Permitting and Compliance Division
Division of Waste Management LUST Program
UST, LUST, FUND Michigan Environmental Remediation Division
200 Fair Oaks Lane P.O. Box 200901
Frankfort, KY 40601-3319 UST Helena, MT 59620-0901
V: 502-564-5981 Dept. of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
F: 502-564-0094 Bureau of Fire Services UST
F25 W. Allegan V: 406-444-5300
F: 406-444-1347
Louisiana Lansing, MI 48909
V: 517-335-7260 LUST
F: 517-335-2245 V: 406-841-5016
UST/LUST LUST F: 406-841-5050
Department of Environmental Quality, Department of Environmental Quality FUND
UST Division P.O. Box 30426 Petroleum Tank Release Cleanup Fund
602 N. 5th St. Lansing, MI 48909-7926 P.O. Box 200902
P.O. Box 4312 V: 517-335-9837 Helena, MT 59620-0902
Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4314 F: 517-335-2637 V: 406-841-5090
V: 225-219-3443 F: 406-841-5091
F: 225-219-8211
FUND Minnesota
Financial Services Division
Motor Fuel Trust Fund Pollution Control Agency
P.O. Box 4303 520 Lafayette Rd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70802 St. Paul, MN 55155-4194
V: 225-219-3875
F: 225-219-3868 UST
V: 651-297-8664
Maine F: 612-282-6247
LUST
V: 651-297-8380
Dept. of Environmental Protection F: 612-296-9707
FUND, UST, LUST FUND
17 State House Station Dept. of Commerce
Augusta, ME 04333-0017 Petrofund Program
V: 207-287-2651 85 7th Place E. Suite 500
F: 207-287-7826 St. Paul, MN 55101-2198
V: 651-215-1775
F: 612-296-0201

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Nebraska New Mexico Ohio


State Fire Marshal Environment Department Department of Commerce
Flammable Liquid Storage Underground Storage Tank Bureau Bureau of UST Regulations
246 S. 14th St. 1301 Siler Road, Bldg. B P.O. Box 687
Lincoln, NE 68508-1804 Sante Fe, NM 87505 8895 E. Main St.
V: 402-471-9465 V: 505-476-4397 Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
F: 402-471-3118 F: 505-476-4374 V: 614-752-7938
F: 614-752-7942
LUST FUND
Nebraska Dept. of Environmental Quality P.O. Box 26110 FUND
Petroleum Remediation Program Sante Fe, NM 87502-0110 Petroleum Financial Assurance Fund
P.O. Box 98922 V: 505-827-0397 P.O. Box 163188
Lincoln, NE 68509-8922 F: 505-827-2855 Columbus, OH 43216-3188
V: 402-471-2186 V: 614-752-8963
F: 402-471-2909 F: 614-752-8397
FUND New York
Dept. of Environmental Quality
Petroleum Release Remediation Action Dept. of Environmental Conservation
Oklahoma
Reimbursement Fund Division of Environmental Remediation
1200 N. St., Suite 400 625 Broadway, 11th Floor Petroleum Storage Tank Division
Lincoln, NE 68509 Albany, NY 12233-7020 Jim Thorpe Building
V: 402-471-2186 V: 518-402-9543 2101 North Lincoln Blvd.
F: 402-471-2909 F: 518-402-9577 Oklahoma City, OK 73152

FUND LUST
Nevada Office of State Comptroller V: 405-522-1437
New York Environmental Protection UST
Division of Environmental Protection & Spill Compensation Fund V: 405-521-4683
901 S. Stewart St., Suite 4001 110 State Street F: 405-521-4945
Carson City, NV 89701 Albany, NY 12236
V: 775-687-9376
F: 775-687-6396
V: 518-474-6657
F: 518-474-9979
Oregon
FUND Department of Environmental Quality
V: 775-687-9368 North Carolina UST Program
F: 775-687-5856 811 SW 6th Ave. 8th Floor
Division of Environment and Portland, OR 97204
Natural Resources V: 503-229-6652
New Hampshire 1637 Mail Service Center F: 503-229-6977
Raleigh, NC 27699-1637 UST Help: 800-742-7878
Dept. of Environmental Services V: 919-707-8171
Groundwater Protection Bureau
6 Hazen Drive, P.O. Box 95
F: 919 -715-1117
Pennsylvania
Concord, NH 03302-0095 FUND
V: 603-271-3644 State Trust Fund Department of Environmental Protection
F: 603-271-2181 V: 919-707-8171 Division of Storage Tanks
F: 919 -715-1117 P.O. Box 8762
FUND Harrisburg, PA 17105-8762
V: 603-271-8740 V: 717-772-5599
F: 603-271-2181 North Dakota F: 717-772-5598

Dept. of Health LUST


New Jersey Division of Waste Management Division of Remediation Services
918 Divide Ave., 3rd Floor Storage Tank Cleanup Section
Dept. of Environmental Protection Bismarck, ND 58501-1947 P.O.Box 8471
401 East State St. V: 701-328-5166 Harrisburg, PA 17105-8471
P.O. Box 422 F: 701-328-5200 V: 717-787-9475
Trenton, NJ 08625-0422 F: 717-787-0880
V: 609-663-0737 FUND FUND
F: 609-292-9938 Insurance Department Underground Storage Tank Indemnifica-
Petroleum Tank Release Compensation tion Fund
FUND Fund 901 N. 7th St.
P.O. Box 413 (with address above) 1701 S. 12th St. Harrisburg, PA 17102
V: 609-777-0101 Bismark, ND 58504 V: 717-787-0763
F: 609-663-1454 V: 701-328-9600 F: 717-705-0140
F: 701-328-9610

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Rhode Island Texas Washington


Dept. of Environmental Management Commission on Environmental Quality Department of Ecology
235 Promenade St. Petroleum Storage Tank Registration Toxics Cleanup Program
Providence, RI 02908 & Reporting, MC 138 Box 47655
V: 401-277-2797 P. O. Box 13087 Olympia, WA 98504-7600
F: 401-277-3812 Austin, TX 78711-3087 V: 360-407-7170
V: 512-239-2160 F: 360-407-7154
South Carolina F: 512-239-3399
FUND
FUND: Pollution Liability Insurance Agency
Dept. of Health & Environmental Control Petroleum Storage Tank Reimbursement P.O. Box 40930
Stern Business Center Section, MC 139 Olympia, WA 98504-0930
2600 Bull Street P.O. Box 13087 V: 360-586-5997
Columbia, SC 29201 Austin, TX 78711 F: 360-586-7187
V: 512-239-2002
LUST F: 512-239-2020
V: 803-896-6396 West Virginia
UST
V: 803-896-7957 Utah Department of Environmental Protection
F: 803-896-6245 601 57th St. SE
Department of Environmental Quality Charleston, WV 25304
South Dakota Bureau of Solid & Hazardous Waste
Division of Environmental Response
UST Section
V: 304-926-0499, ext. 1286
& Remediation F: 304-926-0488
Department of Environment P.O. Box 144840 LUST Section
& Natural Resources Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4840 V: 304-926-0455
UST Program V: 801-536-4100 F: 304-926-0457
523 E. Capitol F: 801-526-8853
Pierre, SD 57501-3181
V: 605-773-3296 Wisconsin
F: 605-773-6035 Vermont
Department of Natural Resources
FUND Dept. of Environmental Conservation Box 7921
Department of Revenue and Regulation Waste Management Division Madison, WI 53707-7921
Petroleum Release Compensation Fund National Life Dr. - Davis 1 V: 608-267-2465
523 E. Capitol Montpilier, VT 05620-3704 F: 608-267-7646
Pierre, SD 57501-3100 V: 802-828-1138
V: 605-773-3769 F: 802-828-1011
F: 605-773-6048 Wyoming
Virginia
Tennessee Department of Environmental Quality
Water Quality Division
Department of Environmental Quality Herschler Bldg. 4th Floor West
Dept. of Environment and Conservation Box 1105 122 W. 25th Street
312 Rosa L. Parks Ave., 12th Floor Richmond, VA 23218 Cheyenne, WY 82002
Nashville, TN 37243 V: 804-698-4010 V: 307-777-7095
V: 615-532-0945 F: 804-698-4266 F: 307-777-5973
F: 615-532-9759
FUND
FUND V: 804-698-4322
615-532-0972 F: 804-698-4266
F: 615-532-9759

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State Truck Operating Profiles


Fuel Taxes Note: Fuel taxes are as of July 1, 2016. Federal fuel tax is 24.4¢ for diesel and special fuels, 18.4¢ for gasoline, and
includes underground storage tank tax. Rates include all taxes imposed on fuel at the state level, including motor fuel taxes,
gross receipts taxes and petroleum business taxes imposed at the supplier level, and environmental cleanup fees that are
levied continuously. Local taxes are included if they are uniform statewide. “Paid at pump only” refers to amounts not included
in fuel use taxes paid through the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA). “Paid on report” or “Paid on report only” refers to
amounts included in IFTA fuel use taxes. Information compiled by American Trucking Associations’ State Laws Department.

Alabama Triples: Not permitted. Single axle: not applicable.


Steer axle: not specified. Tandem axles: not applicable.
• Diesel fuel tax: 20.75¢/gallon* Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Gross vehicle weight: not applicable.
• Gasoline tax: 19¢/gallon* Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. • State Size & Weight Limits
(*Includes 2¢ inspection fee on gas; Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Width: 102".
0.75¢ import tax on diesel.)
State Access Rules Height: 15'; 17' including load when
• Annual truck registration: $815 operating between Fox Weight Sta-
One mile from National Network; all
Vehicle Registration state highways with 12' lane width or tion and Prudhoe Bay on the Dalton
V: 334-242-9006 designated. and Elliott Highways.
F: 334-242-9073 Straight truck length: 45'.
Fuel Tax Semitrailer: 53'.
V: 334-242-9000 Alaska Full trailer: 48'.
IFTA: 334-242-2999 • Diesel fuel tax: 8.95¢/gallon* Tractor and semitrailer: 75'.
Trip permit: 334-242-2999 • Gasoline tax: 8.95¢/gallon* Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 90' or
Overweight/Oversize Permit (*includes 0.95¢ environmental fee) up to 120' on certain routes.
V: 800-499-2782 • Annual truck registration: $662
F: 334-832-9084 Triples: By specialized, seasonal per-
Vehicle Registration mit only on limited routes. Seasonal
Hazardous Materials V: 907-269-5551 weight limits vary by district. Fax-
Materials: 334-242-4395 V: 855-269-5551 within Alaska on-demand information available at
Waste: 334-271-7730 Fuel Tax 907-348-9876 or at http://www.dot.
Radioactive: 334-271-7700 V: 907-269-6948 state.ak.us.
Spill Reporting: 800-843-0699 IFTA: none Steer axle: 600 lbs. per inch based
Interstate/National Network Trip permit: none on 10-inch or greater tire width.
Size & Weight Limits Overweight/Oversize Permit Single axle: 20,000 lbs. or 550 lbs.
Width: 102" on highways with lane V: 800-478-7636 (within Alaska) per inch of tire.
widths of 12' or greater. V: 907-365-1200 (outside Alaska) Tandem axles: 38,000 lbs. or 550 lbs.
Height: 13.5'. F: 866-345-2641 (within Alaska) per inch of tire.
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- F: 907-365-1221 (outside Alaska) Gross vehicle weight: Determined by
bination: 57'. Hazardous Materials formula.
Full trailer: 28.' Materials: 907-365-1210 • State Access Rules
Doubles: Not specified; trailers limited Waste: 907-269-7802 Five miles from National Network;
to 28.5' each. Radioactive: 800-695-7403 subject to local, municipal ordinanc-
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Spill Reporting: es; five-mile rule does not apply to
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. 907-269-3063 (central) Johnson Rd., Kalifornsky Beach
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. 907-451-2121 (north) Rd., Bridge Access Rd. (Kenai area),
State Size & Weight Limits 907-465-5340 (southeast) Dayville Rd., AK 6 from junction with
Width: 102" on highways with lane 800-478-9300 (non-business hours) AK 2 to milepost 30 and other routes
widths of 12' or greater; 96" on high- 907-428-7200 (International) as determined by Alaska DOT.
ways with lane widths under 12'. Interstate/National Network
Size & Weight Limits
Height: 13.5'.
Width: 102".
Arizona
Straight truck length: 40'.
Height: 14'. • Diesel fuel tax: 27¢/gallon*
Semitrailer: 57' on highways with
lane widths of 12' or greater. Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- • Gasoline tax: 19¢/gallon*
Full trailer: 57' on highways with lane bination: 53'. (*Includes 1¢ clean-up fee paid at
widths of 12' or greater. Full trailer: 48'. pump only; 1¢ credit on diesel
Doubles: Not specified; trailers limited available by application.)
Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified.
to 95' from the front of the first trailer • Annual truck registration: $918
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 28.5'
plus 28.5' plus tractor length. to the rear of the second trailer. Vehicle Registration
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F: 602-712-3284 V: 501-682-4800 • Annual truck registration: $1,942


Fuel Tax IFTA: 501-682-4800 Vehicle Registration
V: 602-712-8853; 602-255-0072 Trip Permit: 501-682-4653 V: 800-777-0133
IFTA: 602-712-6775; 520-628-5458 Overweight/Oversize Permit Fuel Tax
Trip permit: 602-771-2960 V: 501-569-2381 V: 916-322-9669; 800-400-7115
Overweight/Oversize Permit F: 501-569-4998 IFTA: 916-322-9669; 800-400-7115
V: 602-712-8851 Hazardous Materials Trip permit:
F: 602-272-1887 Materials: 501-569-2546 916-322-9669; 800-400-7115
Hazardous Materials Waste: 501-682-0831 Overweight/Oversize Permit
Materials: 602-644-5846 Radioactive: 501-661-2301 V: 916-322-1297
Waste: 800-234-5677; 602-771-4232; Spill Reporting: V: 916-654-5741 (truck size inquiry)
602-771-2300 800-322-4012 (emergency) F: 916-322-4966
Radioactive: 602-255-4845 800-327-8411 (non-emergency) Hazardous Materials
Spill Reporting: Interstate/National Network Materials: 800-835-5247
800-234-5677; 602-771-2330 Size & Weight Limits Waste: 916-324-2428
Interstate/National Network Width: 102". Radioactive: 916-327-5106
Size & Weight Limits Height: 13.5'. Spill Reporting:
Width: 102". Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- 800-300-2193 (8 a.m.-5 p.m.)
Height: 14'. bination: 53.5'. 800-852-7550 (after hours)
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Full trailer: 28'; 28.5' for trailers with 415-947-4400 (EPA 24-hour.)
bination: 57.5'. 1982 or older model year operating Interstate/National Network
Full trailer: 28.5' on 12-1-82. Size & Weight Limits
Doubles: Not specified; tractor can Width: 102".
Doubles: Not specified; trailers limited
to 28.6' each. not exceed 40'. Trailers can not ex- Height: 14'.
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. ceed 28' each unless manufactured Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. and in use prior to 12/2/82. These bination: 53'. (All trailers over 48', up
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. trailers may be 28.5' in length. to and including 53' trailers, require
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. no more than 40' spacing from king-
State Size & Weight Limits
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. pin to center of rear axle.)
Width: 102".
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Full trailer: Not specified
Height: 14'.
State Size & Weight Limits Doubles: Not specified; trailers limited
Straight truck length: 40'.
Width: 102". to 28.5' each.
Semitrailer: 53'.
Height: 13.5'. Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
Full trailer: 28.5'. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
Tractor and semitrailer: 65'. Straight truck: 40'.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 28.5' Semitrailer: 53.5'.
State Size & Weight Limits
plus 28.5' plus tractor length. Full trailer: 28.5'.
Width: 102".
Triples: I-15 only. Tractor and semitrailer: tractor can
Height: 14'.
Steer axle: 20,000 lbs. not exceed 40' and single trailer can
not exceed 53.5'. Straight truck: 40'.
Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Tractor Semitrailer: 38' maximum from kingpin
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
can not exceed 40' and trailers can not to center of rear axle on single-axle
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
exceed 28' each unless they are manu- trailers and unlimited with 40' max-
State Access Rules imum from kingpin to center of rear
One mile from National Network; up factured and in use prior to 12-2-1982,
these trailers may be 28.5' in length. axle on two- or more-axle trailers.
to 102" wide allowed on state desig- Full trailer length: Not specified
nated routes connecting to National Triples: Not permitted.
Tractor-semi: 65'.
Network unless posted. Steer axle: 20,000 lbs.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 75' if
Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
trailers not more than 28.5' each; 65'
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
Arkansas Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
if either trailer is more than 28.5'.
Triples: Not permitted.
• Diesel fuel tax: 22.8¢/gallon* • State Access Rules
Steer axle: 20,000 lbs. or tire manu-
• Gasoline tax: 21.8¢/gallon* Unlimited unless otherwise posted. facturer rating, whichever is less.
(*Includes 0.3¢ clean-up fee paid
Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
at pump only)
• Annual truck registration: $1,553 California Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
• Diesel fuel tax: 45¢/gallon* Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
Vehicle Registration
• Gasoline tax: 36.101¢/gallon* State Access Rules
V: 501-682-4653
F: 501-682-4615 (*Includes 2.25% sales tax on gaso- One mile from National Network; ter-
line, 9.25% on diesel) minal access on signed routes; one
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mile service access on signed routes overall-length limit for a combination Single axle: 22,400 lbs. (axle space
for fuel, food, lodging and repairs. of units' with trailers 28.5' or less. greater than 6' apart).
Triples: Permitted on selected Inter- Tandem axles: 36,000 lbs.; If the axles
state routes and to access terminals. are less than 6' apart; 18,000 per axle
Colorado Steer axle weight: 20,000 lbs. in tandem axle; if axles are greater
• Diesel fuel tax: 20.5¢/gallon Single axle weight: 20,000 lbs. than 6' apart; 22,400 lbs. per axle. in
• Gasoline tax: 22¢/gallon Tandem axle: 40,000 lbs. tandem axle.
• Annual truck registration: $1,975 Gross vehicle weight: 85,000 lbs. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
Vehicle Registration State Access Rules (Must comply with federal bridge
V: 303-205-5607 Unlimited unless otherwise posted; formula and have 51' spacing from
F: 303-205-5978 subject to local ordinances. center of the first to the center of the
Fuel Tax last axle.)
V: 303-205-8205 State Size & Weight Limits
IFTA: 303-205-8205 Connecticut Width: 102".
Trip permit: • Diesel fuel tax: 41.7¢/gallon Height: 13.5'.
303-205-5691; 3030-273-1870 • Gasoline tax: 38.3¢/gallon* Straight trucks: 45'.
Overweight/Oversize Permit (*Includes 8.1% wholesale tax, Semitrailer: 48'.
V: 800-350-3765; 303-757-9539 gasoline only, currently 15.86¢) Full trailer: Not specified.
F: 303-757-9719 • Annual truck registration: $1,546 Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified
Hazardous Materials Vehicle Registration if trailer is 48' of less.
Materials: 303-273-1900; V: 800-842-8222 (in CT excluding Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
303-894-2000 (permits) Hartford) permitted.
Waste: 303-692-3356; Triples: Not permitted.
V: 860-263-5700 (Hartford/outside CT)
303-692-3355 (permits) Steer axle weight: Not specified
Fuel Tax
Radioactive: 303-273-3403;
V: 800-382-9463 (in Connecticut) Single axle weight: 22,400 lbs.
303-894-2000 (permits)
V: 860-297-5962 (outside Connecticut) Tandem axle weight: 36,000 lbs.; if
Spill Reporting: 877-518-5608
IFTA: 860-541-3222 axles are less than 6' apart, 18,000
Interstate/National Network lbs. per axle; if axles are greater than
Trip permit:
Size & Weight Limits 6' apart, 22,400 lbs. per axle.
800-749-6058; 860-541-3222
Width: 102". Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.;
Overweight/Oversize Permit
Height: 14.5'; height limit of 13' for all Five-axle unit with 51' spacing be-
V: 860-594-2878; 860-594-2880
roads not designated. tween first and fifth axle.
F: 860-594-2949
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- State Access Rules
Hazardous Materials
bination: 57'4" (No overall length limit One mile from National Network;
Materials: 860-424-3000
for tractor-semitrailer combination access beyond one mile by letter of
Waste: 888-424-4193
with a single trailer length of 57'4" or permission for 28' twin combo and
Radioactive:
less; 75' overall length limit applies 53' trailer. Information: http://www.
860-424-3000;
to specialized haulers, including boat ct.gov/dot.
860-424-3029
and auto transporters.)
Spill Reporting:
Full trailers: 57'4" (No overall length
specified for tractor and full 57'4"
860-424-3338 (emergency)
860-424-3024 (information)
Delaware
trailer.) • Diesel fuel tax: 22¢/gallon
Interstate/National Network
Doubles: Not specified; trailers limited Size & Weight Limits • Gasoline tax: 23¢/gallon
to 28.5' each. Width: 102" (Metric equivalent • Annual truck registration: $1,430
Single axle weight: 20,000 lbs. 102.36"). Vehicle Registration
Tandem axle weight: 36,000 lbs. Height: 13.5'. V: 302-744-2701
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. F: 302-739-6299
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer
State Size & Weight Limits combination: 53'; semitrailers greater Fuel Tax
Width: 102". than 48' and less than or equal to 53' V: 302-760-2080
Height: 13' or 14.5' on state desig- require a distance of not more than IFTA: 302-744-2721
nated highway only. 43' from kingpin to center of rear- Trip permit: 302-744-2720
Straight truck: 45'. most axle with tires in contact with Overweight/Oversize Permit
Semitrailer: 57'4". roadway; trailers of 48' or less, no V: 302-744-2700
Full trailer: 28.5'. kingpin axle requirement. F: 302-739-7808
Tractor and semitrailer: No overall Full trailer: 28'. Hazardous Materials
limit with a combination of a single Doubles: Not specified; trailers are Materials: 302-744-2506
trailer length of 57'4" or less. limited to 28' each. Waste: 302-739-9403
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Spill Reporting: combination: 53'. Trailers of 48' to 53' Spill Reporting: 850-413-9911;
800-662-8802 (in Delaware) require no more than 41' spacing from 800-320-0519 (emergency);
302-739-9404 (outside Delaware) kingpin to center of rear axle group. 850-413-9900 (non-emergency)
Interstate/National Network Full trailer: 28'. Interstate/National Network
Size & Weight Limits Doubles: Not specified, but trailers Size & Weight Limits
Width: 102". are limited to 28' each. Width: 102"
Height: 13.5'. Single axle weight: 20,000 lbs.* Height: 13.5'.
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Tandem axle weight: 34,000 lbs.* Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer
bination: 53'. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.* combination: 53'. Trailers of 48' to 53'
Full trailer: Not specified *If gross vehicle weight exceeds require no more than 41' spacing from
Doubles: Not specified; trailers lim- 73,000 pounds. kingpin to center of rear axle group.
ited to 29' each. DC Size & Weight Limits Full trailer: 28'.
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Width: 96". Doubles: Not specified, but trailers
Tandem axle: 34,000 lbs. Height: 13.5'. are limited to 28' each.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Straight truck: 40'. Single axle weight: 22,000 lbs.*
State Size & Weight Limits Semitrailer: 48' with maximum spac- Tandem axle weight: 44,000 lbs.*
Width: 102'. ing of 41' from kingpin to center of Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.*
Height: 13.5'. rear axle. *Weight on tires shall not exceed
Straight truck: 40'. Full trailer: 28'. maximum allowed by manufacturer.
Semitrailer: 53'. Tractor and semitrailer: Not speci- State Size & Weight Limits
Full trailer: Not specified. fied if kingpin to center of rear axle Width: 102"; 96" on lanes less than 12'.
Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified. assembly is 41' or less. Height: 13.5'.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not Straight truck: 40'.
specified, but each trailer not to permitted. Semitrailer: 48' with no bridge re-
exceed 29'. Triples: Not permitted. quirement; semitrailers from 48' - 53'
Triples: Not permitted. Steer axle weight: Not specified can not exceed 41' from kingpin to
Steer axle weight: Not specified Single axle weight: 20,000 lbs. center of rear axle or rear group of
Single axle: 22,400 lbs. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. if gross axles, underride protection in rear of
Tandem axle weight: 40,000 lbs. vehicle weight over 73,000 lbs.; trailer.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. 37,000 if gross vehicle weight under Full trailer: 28'.
State Access Rules 73,000 lbs. Tractor and semitrailer: 65'.
One mile from National Network on Gross vehicle weight: 79,000 lbs. Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
identified designated routes; others Access Rules specified if trailers are 28' or less; twin
by permit. By permit only; call 202-442-4670, 48' trailers allowed on Florida Turnpike
202-442-9467 or FAX 202-442-4867. only.
http://ddot.dc.gov.dot/sate/default/asp. Triples: Not permitted.
District of Columbia Note: Bridge formula per axle weight
• Diesel fuel tax: 23.5¢/gallon limits - Distance from number one
• Gasoline tax: 23.5¢/gallon Florida to number five axle (outside bridge)
Vehicle Registration • Diesel fuel tax: 33.77¢/gallon* equals 51'; two or more axles (internal
V: 202-737-4404 • Gasoline tax: 31.59¢/gallon* bridge) equals federal formula.
Fuel Tax (*Includes 6% sales tax, uniform Steer axle weight: Not specified
V: 202-737-4404 local tax, clean-up fees) Single axle weight: 22,000 lbs.
Trip Permit: none • Registration: $995.10 Tandem axles: 44,000 lbs.
Overweight/Oversize Permit Vehicle Registration Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
V: 202-442-4670; 202-741-7712; V: 850-617-2000 State Access Rules
202-535-2699 Fuel Tax Unlimited unless otherwise posted.
Hazardous Materials V: 850-617-3711
Materials: 202-535-2290 IFTA: 850-617-3711
Waste: 202-535-2290 Trip permit: 800-749-9143
Georgia
Radioactive: 877-672-2174 Overweight/Oversize Permit • Diesel Fuel tax: 29¢/gallon*
Spill Reporting: V: 850-410-5777 • Gasoline tax: 26¢/gallon
800-424-8802, 202-727-6161 F: 850-410-5779 • Annual truck registration: $400
Interstate/National Network Hazardous Materials Vehicle Registration
Size & Weight Limits Materials: 850-617-3010 V: 404-968-3800
Width: 102". Waste: Fuel Tax
Height: 13.5'. 850-245-8748; 850-245-8707 V: 855-406-5221 option 4
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer Radioactive: 850-245-4545

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IFTA: 877-423-6711 Fuel Tax Hazardous Materials


Trip permit: 404-968-3800 V: 808-587-1577 Materials: 208-334-8611
Overweight/Oversize Permit IFTA: none Waste: 208-373-0490;
V: 888-262-8306 Trip Permit: none 208-334-8611 (permits)
F: 404-635-8501 Overweight/Oversize Permit Radioactive: 208-884-7220
Hazardous Materials V: 808-831-6712 Spill Reporting:
Materials: 404-624-7211 F: 808-831-6725 800-632-8000 (in Idaho)
Waste: 404-656-2833 Hazardous Materials 208-846-7610 (outside Idaho)
Radioactive: 404-363-2675 Materials: 808-692-7650 Interstate/National Network
Spill Reporting: Waste: 808-586-4226 Size & Weight Limits
800-241-4113; 404-656-4863 Radioactive: 808-586-4700 Width: 102".
Interstate/National Network Spill Reporting: Height: 14'.
Size & Weight Limits 808-586-4249 (business hours) Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
Width: 102". 808-247-2191 (non-business hours) bination: 53'.
Height: 13.5'. Interstate/National Network Full trailer: 53'.
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Size & Weight Limits Doubles: Not specified; overall
bination: 53'. Width: 108". length is 68' for the trailing units
Full trailer: 28'. Height: 14'. including space between.
Doubles: Overall length not specified; Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
trailers are limited to 28' each. bination: 48'. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
Full trailer: 65'. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.;
Single axles: 20,340 lbs.
Doubles: 65'. permit needed to exceed 80,000 lbs.
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.; if gross
up to 105,500 lbs.
weight is less than 73,280 lbs. and Single axle: 22,500 lbs.
length is less than 55', than the tan- Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. State Size & Weight Limits
dem weight is 40,680 lbs. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Width: 102".
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. State Size & Weight Limits Height: 14'.
State Size & Weight Limits Width: 108". Straight truck length: 45'.
Width: 102" on roads with 12' or Height: 14'. Semitrailer: 48'; 53' on some highways.
wider lane widths. Straight truck length: 45'. Full trailer: 48'; 53' on some highways.
Height: 13.5'. Semitrailer: 48'. Tractor and semitrailer: 75' unless
Straight truck: Not designated. Full trailer: Not specified. otherwise specified.
Semitrailer: 53'. Tractor and semitrailer: 65'. Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 68'
Full trailer: 53'. Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 65'. trailers allowed on National Network
Tractor and semitrailer: 100'. Triples: Not permitted. roads, 61' trailer or 75' overall allowed
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Unlimit- on non-National Network roads.
Steer axle: 22,500 lbs.
ed length if each trailer is 28' or less. Triples: Allowed on Interstate and
Single axle: 22,500 lbs.
Triples: Not permitted. state-designated routes with ex-
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
tra-length permit. Seasonal weight
Steer axle: Not specified. Gross vehicle weight: 88,000 lbs.
limits on non-designated routes
Single axle: 20,340 lbs. State Access Rules are variable approximately Febru-
Tandem axle: 37,340. (Legal tandem Unlimited unless otherwise posted or ary - May. Information on highways
weight on tractor-semitrailer combi- if under special permit. under Frost Law available by calling
nation is 40,680 lbs. 208-334-8420 or at http://www.511.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
State Access Rules
Idaho idaho.gov.
Steer axle: 20,000 lbs. or 600 lbs.
One mile unless otherwise posted. • Diesel fuel tax: 32¢/gallon
per inch width of tire, whichever is
• Gasoline tax: 32¢/gallon more restrictive.
• Annual truck registration: $1,700
Hawaii Vehicle Registration
Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
• Diesel fuel tax: 15.263¢/gallon* Tandem axles: 37,800 lbs. when the
V: 208-334-8611 GVW does not exceed 80,000 lbs.
• Gasoline tax: 17.263¢/gallon* F: 208-334-2006 Gross vehicle weight: 105,500 lbs.
(*Includes 0.263¢ clean-up fee; Fuel Tax
diesel plus 4% sales tax added State Access Rules
V: 800-972-7660, ext. 7855 One mile road access for food, fuel,
at pump) IFTA: 208-334-7806; repair, rest facilities and terminals.
• Annual truck registration: $568.65 800-972-7660, ext. 7806
Vehicle Registration Trip permit: 800-662-7133
V: 808-532-7730 (Honolulu) Overweight/Oversize Permit Illinois
V: 808-270-7363 (Maui) V: 208-334-8420 • Diesel fuel tax: 36.7¢/gallon*
F: 808-832-2904 F: 208-334-8419 • Gasoline tax: 32.9¢/gallon*

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(*Includes 6.25% sales tax paid 80,000 lbs. and on locally designated Steer axle: 12,000 lbs.
on report; 1.1¢ clean-up fee paid routes and streets at 80,000 lbs. to Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
at pump only.) points of loading and unloading, and Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
• Annual truck registration: $3,191 to service facilities. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.;
Vehicle Registration 800 lbs. per inch of tire as measured
800-252-8980 Indiana between the flanges of the rim.
Fuel Tax: State Access Rules
V: 217-785-1397 • Diesel fuel tax: 27¢/gallon*
Unlimited.
IFTA: 217-785-1397 • Gasoline tax: 29¢/gallon*
Trip permit: 217-785-6613 (*Diesel includes 11¢ surtax, paid
Overweight/Oversize Permit on report only; gasoline includes Iowa
V: 217-782-6271 15¢ at pump but 16¢ on report, plus • Diesel fuel tax: 33.5¢/gallon*
V: 312-744-4699 (Chicago streets) surtax) • Gasoline tax: 31.8¢/gallon*
F: 217-782-3573; 312-744-6966 • Annual truck registration: $1,850 (*Includes 1¢ clean-up fee paid at
Hazardous Materials Vehicle Registration pump only)
Materials: 217-524-1350 V: 317-615-7200 • Annual truck registration: $1,695
Waste: 217-524-3300 Fuel Tax Vehicle Registration
Radioactive: V: 317-615-7345 V: 515-237-3264
217-524-3300; 217-785-9948 IFTA: 317-615-7345 F: 515-237-3257
Spill Reporting: Trip permit: 317-615-7340 Fuel Tax:
800-782-7860 (in Illinois) Overweight/Oversize Permit V: 515-237-3268
217-782-7860 (outside Illinois) V: 317-615-7320 IFTA: 515-237-3268
Interstate/National Network F: 317-615-7246 Trip permit: 515-237-3264
Size & Weight Limits Hazardous Materials Overweight/Oversize Permit
Width: 102". Materials: 800-423-0765 V: 515-237-3264
Height: 13.5'. Waste: 317-233-4624; 317-232-8925 F: 515-237-3257
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Radioactive: 317-351-7194 Hazardous Materials
bination: 53'. Spill Reporting: Materials: 515-237-3135
Full Trailer: 28.5' 888-233-7745; 317-233-7745 Waste: 515-237-3278
Doubles: Length not specified; trail- Interstate/National Network Radioactive:
ers are limited to 28.5'. Size & Weight Limits 800-925-6469; 515-281-3478;
Single axles: 20,000 lbs. Width: 102". Spill Reporting: 515-281-8694
Tandem axle: 34,000 lbs. Height: 13.5'. Interstate/National Network
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Size & Weight Limits
State Size & Weight Limits: bination: 53'.
Width: 102".
Width: 102". Full Trailer: 28.5'.
Height: 13.5'.
Height: 13.5'. Doubles: Length not specified, but
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
trailers are limited to 28.5'.
Straight truck length: 42'. bination: 53'.
Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
Semitrailer: 53'; trailers longer than 48' Full Trailer: 28.5'.
must not exceed 42.5' from kingpin to Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
Doubles: Length not specified; but
rear axle. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs., trailers are limited to 28.5'.
Full trailer: 53' single; 28.5' doubles. provided the vehicle complies with
Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
federal bridge gross weight formula.
Tractor and semitrailer: 65' overall Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
length, and/or 55' from center of front State Size & Weight Limits
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
axle to center of rear axle. Width: 102".
State Size & Weight Limits
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 60' overall on Height: 13.5'.
Width: 102".
Class 3 and non-designated highways. Straight truck length: 40'.
Semitrailer: 53'. Height: 13.5'.
Triples: Not permitted. Straight truck length: 41'.
Steer axle: 20,000 lbs. Full trailer: 53'.
Tractor and semitrailer: 60'; no over- Semitrailer: 53' single; 28.5' double.
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Full trailer: 53' single, 28.5 double.
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. all length restriction if the trailer is
53' or less. Tractor and semitrailer: 60'; No over-
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lb. all length if the trailer is 53' or less.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
State Access Rules Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 28.5'
specified if each trailer is 28.5' or less
One mile access from a Class 1 high- or 65' for three-vehicle combination. each trailer.
way unless prohibited by signage; Triples: Not permitted.
Triples: Allowed only on Indiana Toll
five miles from Class I, II or III high- Note: Auto transporters are allowed
Road and within 15 miles makeup/
ways on the state highway system at 65' plus overhang not exceeding 3' in
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front and 4' in rear. 65' maximum. designated highways.


Steer axle: 20,000 lbs. Steer axle: 20,000 lbs. Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Allowed
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Single axle: 20,000 lbs. on designated routes only.
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Triples: Not permitted.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Gross vehicle weight: 85,500 lbs. Steer axle: 700 lbs. per inch of tire width.
(Exception for livestock and con- State Access Rules Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
struction vehicles. See Iowa DOT.) Unlimited; all U.S. and state routes. Tandem axle: 34,000 lbs.
State Access Rules Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
To nearest truckstop for food, fuel or State Access Rules
lodging. Kentucky Five miles from National Network on
• Diesel fuel tax: 33.2¢/gallon* state-maintained highways unless
• Gasoline tax: 30.4¢/gallon* exiting from an Interstate or parkway
Kansas (*Includes 4.4%¢ surcharge on where 15 miles is allowed, or one
• Diesel fuel tax: 27¢/gallon* gasoline, 10.2¢ on diesel, paid on mile on non-state maintained roads
• Gasoline tax: 25¢/gallon* report only; includes 1.4¢ tank for access to a terminal or facility
(*Includes 1¢ clean-up fee paid at fee, paid at pump only) for food, fuel, repair or rest; access
pump only) • Annual truck registration: $1,600 beyond these distances subject to
• Annual truck registration: $1,870 Vehicle Registration permit from the Dept. of Vehicle Reg-
Vehicle Registration V: 502-564-1257 ulation, 502-564-7000; for long-term
V: 785-296-3621 F: 502-564-0471 access to roads, contact the Dept. of
F: 785-296-2383 Highways, 502-564-7183.
Fuel Tax
Fuel Tax V: 502-564-1257
V: 785-296-3621 IFTA: 502-564-1257 Louisiana
IFTA: 785-296-3621 Trip permit: 502-564-1257
Trip permit: 785-271-3145 • Diesel fuel tax: 20¢/gallon
Overweight/Oversize Permit
Overweight/Oversize Permit V: 502-564-1257 • Gasoline tax: 20¢/gallon
V: 785-368-6501 F: 502-564-0992 • Annual truck registration: $504
F: 785-296-6558 Hazardous Materials Vehicle Registration
Hazardous Materials Materials: 502-564-7250 V: 225-925-6146
Materials: 785-271-3145 Waste: 502-564-6716 F: 225-925-4984
Waste: 785-296-1600 Radioactive: 502-564-3700 Fuel Tax
Radioactive: 785-296-1989 Spill Reporting: V: 225-219-7656, option 2, option 2
Spill Reporting: 800-928-2380; 502-564-2380 IFTA: 225-219-7656
800-275-0297; 785-296-1679 Interstate/National Network Trip permit:
Interstate/National Network Size & Weight Limits 800-654-1433; 225-343-2345
Size & Weight Limits Width: 102". Overweight/Oversize Permit
Width: 102". Height: 13.5'. V: 800-654-1433; 225-343-2345
Height: 14'. Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- F: 225-337-7154
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- bination: 53'. Hazardous Materials
bination: 59.5'. Full Trailer: 28'. Materials: 225-925-6113
Full Trailer: 28.5' Doubles: Length not specified; trail- Waste: 225-925-6113; 225-219-3244
ers are limited to 28' each. Radioactive:
Doubles: Length not specified, but
Single axles: 20,000 lbs. 225-925-6113; 225-765-0160
trailers limited to 28.5'.
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Spill Reporting:
Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs., 877-925-6595; 225-925-6595
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
provided vehicle complies with Interstate/National Network
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
federal bridge gross weight formula; Size & Weight Limits
State Size & Weight Limits
Interstate routes only and access Width: 102".
Width: 102".
routes vary by highway class from Height: 14'.
Height: 14'. Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
44,000 lbs. to 80,000 lbs.)
Straight truck length: 45'. bination: 59.5'.
State Size & Weight Limits
Semitrailer: 59.5'. Full Trailer: 30'.
Width: 102" within 15 miles of all
Full trailer: Not specified. Doubles: Length not specified; trail-
Interstate and parkway exits.
Tractor and semitrailer: No limit. ers are limited to 30' each.
Height: 13.5'.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Trailers Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
limited to 28.5' each trailer. Straight truck length: 45'.
Semitrailer: 53'. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Two con-
Triples: Allowed on designated routes. secutive sets of tandem axles must
Full trailer: Not permitted.
Note: Truck and trailer combination
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have 40" or more between the first and bination: 48'; 53' trailers may operate V: 410-787-2971; 800-248-4160 (in state)
last axles of the consecutive set. on designated routes. Trailers of 48'1" F: 410-768-7163
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs., to 53' require no more than 43' from Fuel Tax
provided the vehicle complies with kingpin to center of rear axle group. V: 800-638-2937; 410-260-7980
federal bridge gross weight formula. Full Trailer: 48'. IFTA: 800-638-2937; 410-260-7980
State Size & Weight Limits Doubles: Length not specified; trail- Trip permit:
Width: 96". ers are limited to 28.5' each. 800-248-4160 (Maryland only);
Height: 13.5'. Single axles: 22,000 lbs.; 20,000 if 410-787-2971 (outside Maryland)
Straight truck length: 45'. GVW exceeds 73,280 lbs. Overweight/Oversize Permit
Semitrailer: 59.5'. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Two V: 800-846-6435; 410-582-5734
Full trailer: 30'. consecutive sets of tandem axles F: 800-945-3416
Tractor and semitrailer: 65'. may carry a gross load of 34,000 lbs. Hazardous Materials
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Allowed each if the overall distance between Materials:
on designated routes only. first and last axles is 36' or more. 800-950-1682 (in Maryland)
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. 410-768-7000 (outside Maryland)
Triples: Not permitted.
State Size & Weight Limits Waste:
Steer axle: 12,000 lbs. 410-537-3344; 410-537-3356
Single axle: 22,000 lbs. Width: 102".
Height: 13.5', 14' load. Radioactive: 410-537-3301
Tandem axles: 37,000 lbs. Spill Reporting:
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Straight truck length: 45'.
866-633-4686 (business hours)
(five-axle combination). Semitrailer: 48'; distance from center
866-633-8646 (non-business hours)
State Access Rules of rear axle of the tractor and center
of the rear axle of the trailer must Interstate/National Network
10 miles from legally available routes
not exceed 38'; 53' semitrailers with Size & Weight Limits
unless prohibited.
kingpin to center of rear-most trailer Width: 102".
Height: 13.5'.
Maine axle not exceeding 43' may operate
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
on designated routes only.
• Diesel fuel tax: 31.87¢/gallon* Full trailer: 48'; distance from center bination: 48'; semitrailers exceeding
• Gasoline tax: 31.45¢/gallon* of rear axle of the tractor and center 48' in length, up to a length not to
(*Includes 1.45¢ gasoline and 0.67¢ of the rear axle of the trailer must not exceed 53', operated in combination
diesel clean-up fees, paid at pump exceed 38'. with a truck-tractor are allowed only on
only.) Tractor and semitrailer: 65'; for a 48' Interstate routes and Maryland state
• Annual truck registration: $982 trailer overall length can be up to 69'; highways in National Network. Call
Vehicle Registration with a 53' trailer the length can be 74'. 410-482-5734 for access provisions.
V: 207-624-9000 Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not Regulations for these vehicles — king-
F: 207-624-9086 permitted on state routes unless on pin setback measured as the distance
Fuel Tax designated Maine system except for from the kingpin to the front of the
V: 207-624-9000, ext. 52135 or 52136 reasonable access. Call DOT, 207- semitrailer may not exceed 4'; may not
IFTA: 207-624-9000 ext. 52136 624-3620, for information. have more than 41' spacing from the
Trip permits: 207-624-9000, ext. 52137 Triples: Not permitted. kingpin to the center of the rear tan-
Overweight/Oversize Permit dem and can not have more than 35
Steer axle: Not specified.
V: 207-624-9000, ext. 52134 percent of that distance as overhang
Single axle: 22,400 lbs. measured from the center of the rear
Maine Turnpike: Tandem axle: 38,000 lbs.
V: 207-871-7771; 800-698-7747 tandem to the end of the semitrailer.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.; or Full trailer: 28'.
F: 207-622-5332 100,000 with six axles.
Hazardous Materials Doubles: Length not specified; trail-
• Seasonal weight limits apply from ers are limited to 28' each.
Materials: 207-624-8939 Feb. 1 to June 1.
Waste: 207-287-2651 Single axles: 20,000 lbs. Vehicles
State Access Rules registered 73,000 lbs. or less, single
Radioactive:
Unlimited; Over dimension loads axle weight is 22,400 lbs.; Vehicles
207-287-5676; 207-287-4770
- permit required; Phone Bureau of registered for more than 73,000
Spill Reporting:
Motor Vehicles, 207-624-9000 , ext. lbs., single axle weight is 20,000
800-452-4664 (in Maine)
52134 for permit request. lbs. Weight on tires shall not exceed
207-287-7076 (outside Maine)
Interstate/National Network maximum allowed by manufacturer
Size & Weight Limits Maryland Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.; two
Width: 102". consecutive sets of tandem axles
• Diesel fuel tax: 34.25¢/gallon may carry a gross load of 34,000 lbs.
Height: 13.5' plus 6" of load for total • Gasoline tax: 33.5¢/gallon
of 14'. each if the overall distance between
• Annual truck registration: $1,800 first and last axle is 36' or more.
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
Vehicle Registration Weight on tires shall not exceed

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maximum allowed by manufacturer. dle-mount or full-mount combina- State Access Rules


Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. tions, and truck-tractor-semi-trailer/ Unlimited; U.S. and state highways only.
provided vehicle complies with trailer (doubles) combinations, call
federal bridge gross weight formula; 410-582-5734. Additional information
weight on tires shall not exceed on size/weight is available online at Michigan
maximum allowed by manufacturer. http://www.roads.maryland.gov/cvo. • Diesel fuel tax: 28.575¢/gallon*
State Size & Weight Limits There may be other travel restrictions • Gasoline tax: 31.775¢/gallon*
Width: 102" on all highways unless in local jurisdictions and it is not pos- (*Includes 6% sales tax paid on
prohibited by posted signs; 96"-wide sible to post them all. Driver should report and 0.875¢ clean-up fee
vehicles are prohibited from travel- remain alert for highway signage post- paid at pump only)
ling on I-895. ed well in advance of restricted routes • Annual truck registration: $1,660
Height: 13.5'. and avoid them.
Vehicle Registration
Straight truck length: 40' including V: 888-767-6424
overhang. Massachusetts Fuel Tax
Semitrailer: 48'; call 410-582-5734 V: 517-636-4600
• Diesel fuel tax: 24¢/gallon
for access provisions for semitrailers IFTA: 517-636-4580
• Gasoline tax: 24¢/gallon Trip permit: 517-241-8999
in excess of 48'.
• Annual truck registration: $1,620 Overweight/Oversize Permit
Full trailer: 28' each.
Vehicle Registration V: 517-241-3757
Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified,
V: 857-368-8000 F: 517-373-2209
except semitrailer length restricted to
48' on non-designated routes. Fuel Tax Hazardous Materials
V: 617-887-5070 Materials: 517-241-0551
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Combi-
IFTA: 617-887-5080 Waste:
nation must travel on Interstate and
Trip Permit: 781-431-5148 586-753-3850; 586-753-3846
designated Maryland state highway
routes. A semitrailer or trailer being Overweight/Oversize Permit Radioactive:
operated in this combination may not V: 781-431-5148 517-284-6581; 517-284-5185
exceed 28' in length for each unit. F: 781-431-5014 Spill Reporting:
Triples: Not permitted. Hazardous Materials 800-292-4706 (in Michigan)
Materials: 857-368-8000 517-373-7660 (outside Michigan)
• Cargo carrying power units combi-
Waste: 617-292-5500 Interstate/National Network
nation restricted to 62'. This combi-
Radioactive: 617-242-3035 Size & Weight Limits
nation allowed on all highway unless
Spill Reporting: 888-304-1133 Width: 102".
prohibited by posted sign (Note
width restriction for I-895). Other Interstate/National Network Height: 13.5'.
combination which include 65' auto/ Size & Weight Limits Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
boat transporters, 75' stingers, and Width: 102". bination: 53'; trailers over 50' require
97' saddlemounts must travel on Height: 13.5'. no more than 40.5' spacing, plus or
Interstate and designated highways. Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- minus 6" as measured from kingpin
Steer axle: Tire manufacturer rating. bination: 53'. to center of rear-most axle when
Single axle: 20,000 lbs.; vehicles Full trailer: 28'. equipped with rear tandem axles.
registered 73,000 lbs. and under Doubles: Length not specified; trail- Full trailer: 28.5'.
allowed 22,400 lbs. on single axles, ers are limited to 28' each. Doubles: Length of doubles not
vehicles over 73,000 lbs. single -axle Single axle: 24,000 lbs. specified providing each trailer
weight is 20,000 lbs. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. does not exceed 28.5', or the overall
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs., plus Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. length is 58' for the trailing units
1,000-lb. tolerance allowed on U.S. State Size & Weight Limits including space between when
and state routes only; no tolerance Width: 102". coupled together.
given on Interstate highways. Height: 13.5' vehicle. Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. by Straight truck length: 40'. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
bridge formula. Semitrailer: 53'. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
State Access Rules Full trailer: 33'. State Size & Weight Limits
For access provisions for semi-trail- Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified. Width: 96"; 102" allowed on desig-
ers exceeding 48' in length, up to nated highways.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
but not exceeding 53' in length, specified; trailers limited to 28'. Height: 13.5'.
stinger-steer, auto/boat transporters, Straight truck length: 40'.
Triples: Not permitted.
truck or truck-tractor semi-trailer Semitrailer: 50' or 53' permitted
Steer axle: Not specified.
combinations designed for and on designated routes. Semitrailers
Single axle: 24,000 lbs.
transporting automobiles or boats, longer than 50' shall have a wheel-
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
maxi-cube combinations, sad- base of 37' to 41' (measured from
Gross weight: 80,000 lbs.

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the kingpin coupling to the center of Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Radioactive: 601-987-6893
the axles or the center of the tan- State Size & Weight Limits Spill Reporting:
dem-axle assembly if equipped with Width: 102". 800-222-6362; 601-352-9100
two axles). Height: 13.5'. Interstate/National Network
Full trailer: 28.5'. Straight truck length: 45' including Size & Weight Limits
Tractor and semitrailer: No overall overhang. Width: 102".
length restriction as long as semi- Semitrailer: 53' including overhang; Height: 13.5'.
trailer length does not exceed 50'. trailers from 48' to 53' require no Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 59'. more than 43' from kingpin to center bination: 53'.
Triples: Not permitted of rear-axle group. Full trailer: 30'.
Steer axle: 700 psi. Full trailer: 45' including overhang. Doubles: Length not specified; trail-
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Tractor and semitrailer: 75' including ers are limited to 30' each.
Tandem axles: 34,000 lb. overhang. Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 75' ; Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
Seasonal weight limits apply. Frost each trailer not to exceed 28.5'. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
information: 800-787-8960. Triples: Not legal. State Size & Weight Limits
State Access Rules Steer axle: 600 lbs. per inch of tire Width: 102".
Five miles from Interstate and state width. Height: 13.5'.
trunklines; one mile on other roads; up Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Straight truck: 40'.
to 102"-wide trailers allowed statewide. Tandem axle: 34,000 lbs. with mini- Semitrailer: 53'.
mum spacing of 40". Full trailer: 30'.
Minnesota Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified
with any vehicle combination with five if trailer is 53' or less.
• Diesel fuel tax: 28.5¢/gallon or more axles with minimum spacing.
• Gasoline tax: 28.5¢/gallon Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Maxi-
Seasonal weight limits apply and mum 30' for semitrailer and 30' for
• Annual truck registration: $1,760 state trunk highways are posted if full trailer in doubles combination.
Vehicle Registration less than 10-ton axle limit. Local
V: 651-205-4141 Triples: Not permitted.
roads posted if other than five-ton
F: 651-215-0027 Steer axle: 12,000 lbs.
axle limit.
Fuel Tax Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
State Access Rules
V: 651-296-0889 One mile from National Network; ac- Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
IFTA: 651-205-4141 cess beyond one mile by written pe- Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
Trip permit: 651-296-6000 tition, followed by letter of permission State Access Rules
Overweight/Oversize Permit and publication; no free distance off Unlimited; subject to highway weight
V: 651-296-6000 the Minnesota Twin Trailer Network. and height limitations.
F: 651-215-9677
Hazardous Materials
Materials: 651-215-6330
Mississippi Missouri
Waste: • Diesel fuel tax: 18.4¢/gallon* • Diesel fuel tax: 17¢/gallon
218-846-0467; 651-215-6330 • Gasoline tax: 18.4¢/gallon* • Gasoline tax: 17¢/gallon
Radioactive: (*Includes 0.4¢ clean-up fee paid • Annual truck registration: $1,700
651-201-4522; 651-201-4400 at pump only.) Vehicle Registration
Spill Reporting: • Annual truck registration: $1,512 V: 866-831-6277
800-422-0798 (in Minnesota) Vehicle Registration F: 573-751-0916
651-649-5451 (outside Minnesota) V: 601-923-7142 Fuel Tax
Interstate/National Network F: 601-923-7134 V: 866-831-6277, option 2
Size & Weight Limits Fuel Tax IFTA: 866-831-6277, option 2
Width: 102". V: 601-923-7150 Trip permit: 866-831-6277
Height: 13.5'. IFTA: 601-923-7150 Overweight/Oversize Permit
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer Trip permit: V: 866-831-6277; 573-751-7100
combination: 53'; trailers of 48'1" to 800-737-0061; 601-359-1717 F: 573-751-7408
53' require no more than 43' from Overweight/Oversize Permit Hazardous Materials
kingpin to center of rear axle group. V: 601-359 -1717 Materials: 866-831-6277
Full trailer: 45'. V: 888-737-0061 (in Mississippi) Waste: 866-831-6277
Doubles: Length not specified; trail- F: 601-359-1602 Radioactive: 573-751-3907
ers are limited 28.5' each. Hazardous Materials Spill Reporting:
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Materials: 601-987-1334; 601-987-1212 800-424-8802; 573-634-2436;
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Waste: 601-961-5220 573-526-3349 (information)

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Interstate/National Network Vehicle Registration • Annual truck registration: $1,280


Size & Weight Limits V: 406-444-6130 Vehicle Registration
Width: 102". F: 406-444-0800 V: 402-471-4435; 888-622-1222
Height: 14'. Fuel Tax F: 402-471-4024
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- V: 406-444-6027 Fuel Tax
bination: 53'. IFTA: 406-444-2998 V: 888-622-1222; 402-471-4435
Full trailer: Not specified. Trip permit: 406-444-7262 IFTA: 888-622-1222; 402-471-4435
Doubles: Not specified; trailers are Overweight/Oversize Permit Trip Permit: 402-471-0034
limited to 28' each; 28.5' for trailers V: 406-444-7262 Overweight/Oversize Permit
1982 or older model year, these F: 406-444-0800 V: 402-471-0034
combinations are restricted to 65' Hazardous Materials F: 402-479-3771
overall length. Materials: Hazardous Materials
Single axles: 20,000 lbs. 406-444-3300; 406-449-5304 Materials: 402-471-0105;
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Waste: 406-444-5300 Waste: 402-471-2186; 402-471-8308;
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Radioactive: 402-471-4210
406-444-0496; 406-444-6130 Radioactive:
State Size & Weight Limits
Spill Reporting: 402-471-2079; 609-984-5595
Width: 102" when less than 10 miles
406-324-4777; 406-431-0014 Spill Reporting:
for Interstate or designated highway,
Interstate/National Network Size 402-471-2186 (business hours);
otherwise 96".
& Weight Limits 402-471-4545 (non-business hours)
Height: 13.5' when more than 10
Width: 102". Interstate/National Network Size
miles for Interstate or designated
Height: 14'. & Weight Limits
highway, otherwise 14'.
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Width: 102".
Straight truck length: 45'.
bination: 53'. Height: 14.5'.
Semitrailer: 53'.
Full trailer: 28.5'. Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
Full trailer: Not specified.
Doubles: Length not specified; trail- bination: 53'.
Tractor and semitrailer: 60' when
ers are limited to 28.5' each. Full trailer: 40'.
trailer and load to not exceed 53'; 60'
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Doubles: 65'.
overall length when operated more
than 10 miles from Interstate, desig- Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
nated or primary highway. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 65'; not State Size & Weight Limits Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
specified when trailer length does Width: 102". State Size & Weight Limits
not exceed 28' and operated within Height: 14'. Width: 102".
10 miles of Interstate, designated Straight truck length: 55'. Height: 14.5'.
or primary highway, otherwise 65' Semitrailer: 53'. Straight truck length: 40'.
overall length. (Note: Nondesignated Full trailer: Not specified. Semitrailer: 53'.
defined as primary system segments Tractor and semitrailer: 75'. Full trailer 40'.
located more than 10 miles from Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Allowed
Interstate and designated routes) Tractor and semitrailer: 65'; not
if both trailers are 28.5' or combined specified if trailer is 53' or less.
Triples: Not permitted. trailer length of 61'. Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 65'; not
Steer axle: 22,000 lbs. or tire manu- Triples: Allowed only on Interstate specified if semitrailer and full trailer
facturer rating, whichever is less. routes with permit. is 65' or less, including connecting
Single axle: 22,000 lbs. Steer axle: Should not exceed tire devices.
Tandem axles: 36,000 lbs. with mini- manufacturing rating. Triples: Permit required; restricted
mum spacing of 40". Single axle: 20,000 lbs. routes.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. by Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Steer axle: Not specified.
bridge formula.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
State Access Rules
Seasonal limits apply: 406-444-0468. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
10 miles from National Network.
State Access Rules Gross vehicle weight: 95,000 lbs.;
Unlimited. refer to bridge formula.
Montana Seasonal weight limits apply.
• Diesel fuel tax: 28.5¢/gallon* Nebraska State Access Rules
• Gasoline tax: 27.75¢/gallon* Unlimited; all U.S. and state routes,
• Diesel fuel tax: 26.1¢/gallon* unless posted.
(*Includes 0.75¢ clean-up fee paid
• Gasoline tax: 26.7¢/gallon*
at pump only)
(*Includes clean-up fees, 0.9¢ for
• Annual truck registration: $750
gasoline, 0.3¢ for diesel, paid at
pump only)

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Nevada New Hampshire thorized reasonable access routes.


Triples: Not permitted.
• Diesel fuel tax: 27.81¢/gallon* • Diesel fuel tax: 23.825¢/gallon* Steer axle: Not specified.
• Gasoline tax: 23.81¢/gallon* • Gasoline tax: 23.825¢/gallon* Single axle: 22,400 lbs.
(*Includes 0.75¢ inspection fee, paid (*Includes 1.625¢ in clean-up fees Tandem axles: 36,000 lbs.
at pump only, and clean-up fee) paid at pump only)
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
• Annual truck registration: $1,360 • Annual truck registration: $800.16
• Seasonal weight limits apply. No
Vehicle Registration Vehicle Registration tractor-trailer combinations allowed
V: 775-684-4711, ext. 1 V: 603-227-4000 on Frost-Law posted highways.
F: 775-684-4619 F: 603-271-1061
State Access Rules
Fuel Tax Fuel Tax One mile on state highways; 53' trail-
V: 775-684-4711 V: 603-271-2311 ers may travel on authorized routes.
IFTA: 775-684-4711 IFTA: 603-271-5303 Information: 603-271-3339. Prior
Trip permit: 775-684-4711 Trip permit: 603-271-2311 approval needed to use city or town
Overweight/Oversize Permit Overweight/Oversize Permit streets and roads.
V: 800-552-2127; 775-888-7410 V: 603-271-2691
F: 775-888-7103 F: 603-271-5990
Hazardous Materials Hazardous Materials New Jersey
Materials: Materials: 800-852-3792; 603-271-
• Diesel fuel tax: 17.5¢/gallon*
775-684-4622; 702-486-4100 2575; 603-271-2231;
Waste: Waste: 603-271-2942 • Gasoline tax: 14.5¢/gallon*
775-687-4670 (Carson City); Radioactive: 603-271-4588 (*Includes petroleum tax)
702-486-2850 (Las Vegas) Spill Reporting: • Annual truck registration: $1,255
Radioactive: 603-271-3899 (8 a.m. - 4 p.m.) Vehicle Registration
775-687-7550; 603-223-4381 (non-business hours) V: 888-486-3339 (in New Jersey);
775-684-4622 (permits) Interstate/National Network V: 609-292-6500 (outside New Jersey)
Spill Reporting: Size & Weight Limits Fuel Tax
888-331-6337 (in Nevada); Width: 102". V: 609-633-9400
775-687-9485 (outside Nevada) Height: 13.5'. IFTA: 609-530-6089
Interstate/National Network Size Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer Trip permit: 609-633-9400
& Weight Limits combination: 53'; trailers of 48' to 53' Overweight/Oversize Permit
Width: 102". require no more than 41' spacing from V: 609-530-6389
Height: 14'. kingpin to center of rear axle group. F: 609-943-5214
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Full trailer: 48'. Hazardous Materials
bination: 53'. Doubles: Length not specified; trail- Materials:
Full trailer: 28.5'. ers are limited to 28' each. 732-254-5000;
Doubles: 70'. 609-452-2601, ext. 5918
Single axles: 20,000 lbs. if gross
Waste:
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. vehicle weight exceeds 73,280 lbs.
609-292-7081; 609-633-1418
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. if gross Radioactive: 609-984-5636
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. vehicle weight exceeds 73,280 lbs.; Spill Reporting: 877-927-6337
State Size & Weight Limits 34,000 lbs. per axle on axles not
Interstate/National Network
Width: 102". more than 8' apart; 20,000 lbs. per
Size & Weight Limits
Height: 14'. axle on axles more than 8' apart.
Width: 102".
Straight truck length: 70'. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
Height: 13.5'.
Semitrailer: 53'. State Size & Weight Limits
Width: 102". Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
Full trailer: Not specified. bination: 53'.
Tractor and semitrailer: 70'. Height: 13.5'.
Full trailer: 28'.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 70' Straight truck length: 45'.
Doubles: Length not specified; trail-
including connection devices. Semitrailer: 48'; 53' trailers allowed
ers are limited to 28' each.
Triples: Allowed on Interstate and on designated access highways only.
Single axles: 22,400 lbs.
designated routes only. Full trailer: 28' or less.
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
Steer axle: 600 lb. per inch of tire width. Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified
if trailer is 48' or less. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. State Size & Weight Limits
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
specified if trailers do not exceed 28' Width: 96"; 102" on designated routes.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Height: 13.5'.
each. Allowed only on designated
Seasonal weight limits apply. and Interstate routes. Not allowed on Straight truck length: 40'.
State Access Rules non-designated routes except on au- Semitrailer: 48'; 53' allowed on des-
Unlimited. ignated access routes only.

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Full trailer: 48'. trailer not to exceed 28.5' or com- width.


Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified bined length of 65'. Height: 13.5'.
if trailer is 48' or less. Triples: Not permitted. Straight truck length: 40'.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Allowed Steer axle: Not specified. Semitrailer: 48'; 53' trailers are al-
only on Interstate and designated routes. Single axle: 21,600 lbs. lowed on designated access high-
Triples: Not permitted. Tandem axles: 34,320 lbs. ways only.
Steer axle: Not specified. Gross vehicle weight: 86,400 lbs. Full trailer: 48'.
Single axle: 22,400 lbs. (doubles and tractor-semitrailer com- Tractor and semi-trailer: 65'.
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. binations) Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 65'; full
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. State Access Rules and semi-trailers in doubles not to
State Access Rules 20 miles for deliveries and reasonable exceed 28.5' each
Two miles from Interstate and routes distance for food, fuel, repairs and rest. Triples: Not permitted.
designated in NJAC 16:32-1.4 as NJ Steer axle: 22,400 lbs.
Access Network. Single axle: 22,400 lbs.
New York Tandem Axles: 36,000 lbs.
• Diesel fuel tax: 38.05¢/gallon* Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
New Mexico • Gasoline tax: 38.95¢/gallon* • Seasonal weight limits apply.
• Diesel fuel tax: 22¢/gallon* (*Includes 8¢ sales tax, and State Access Rules
• Gasoline tax: 18¢/gallon* petroleum tax, paid on report; One mile on all highways; petition for
(*Includes 1¢ load fee paid at clean-up fees of 0.3¢ on diesel and access beyond this distance.
pump only) 0.35¢ on gasoline, paid at pump only)
• Annual truck registration: $173 • Annual truck registration: $700
Vehicle Registration Vehicle Registration
North Carolina
V: 888-683-4636 V: 518-457-6512 • Diesel fuel tax: 34¢/gallon
F: 505-476-2414 F: 518-486-6579 • Gasoline tax: 34¢/gallon
Fuel Tax Fuel Tax • Annual truck registration: $1,255
V: 505-827-0392 V: 518-457-5735, option 2 Vehicle Registration
IFTA: 505-827-0392 IFTA: 518-457-5735 V: 919-861-3720; 919-715-7000
Trip permit: 505-827-0391 Trip permit: 888-783-1685, option 2 F: 919-861-2923
Overweight/Oversize Permit 212-839-6341 (NYDOT, NYC) Fuel Tax
V: 505-476-2470; 505-476-2475 Overweight/Oversize Permit V: 877-308-9092; 919-707-7500
F: 505-476-2476 V: 888-783-1685; 518-485-2999 IFTA: 877-308-9092; 919-707-7500
Hazardous Materials F: 518-457-1036 Trip permit: 919-733-7154;
Materials: 888-683-4636 Hazardous Materials 888-574-6683, option 1
Waste: 505-476-6000 Materials: 518-457-3406 Overweight/Oversize Permit
Radioactive: 505-476-8600 Waste: 518-402-8792; 518-402-9764 Single trip permit:
Spill Reporting: 505-827-9329; Radioactive: 518-402-8579 888-574-6683; 919-733-7154
505-476-6000 (non-emergency) Spill Reporting: Annual permit:
Interstate/National Network 800-457-7362 (in New York) 888-221-8166; 919-733-4740
Size & Weight Limits 518-457-7362 (outside New York) F: 888-222-8347; 919-733-7828
Width: 102". Interstate/National Network Hazardous Materials
Height: 14'. Size & Weight Limits Materials:
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Width: 102". 919-715-7000; 919-825-2500
bination: 57.5'. Height: 13.5'. Waste:
Full trailer: 28.5'. Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer 877-623-6748; 919-707-8200
Doubles: Length not specified; trail- combination: 53'; trailers of 48' to Radioactive: 919-571-4141
ers are limited to 28.5' each. 53' require no more than 43' spacing Spill Reporting: 800-858-0368
Single axles: 21,600 lbs. from kingpin to center of rear axle. Interstate/National Network
Tandem axles: 34,320 lbs. Full trailer: 28.5'. Size & Weight Limits
Gross vehicle weight: 86,400 lbs. Doubles: Not specified; trailers are Width: 102".
State Size & Weight Limits limited to 28.5' each. Height: 13.5'.
Width: 102". Single axles: 22,400 lbs. Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
Height: 14'. Tandem axles: 36,000 lbs. bination: 53'.
Straight truck length: 40'. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Full trailer: 28'.
Semitrailer: 48'. State Size & Weight Limits Doubles: Length not specified; trail-
Width: 96"; 102" on designated truck ers are limited to 28' each, 28.5' for
Full trailer: 48'.
access highways and highways trailers 1982 or older model year.
Tractor and semitrailer: 65'.
outside NYC with 10' or more of lane Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
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Tandem axles: 38,000 lbs. 800-472-2121; 701-328-2121 Spill Reporting: 800-282-9378


Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.; Interstate/National Network Interstate/National Network
must comply with federal bridge Size & Weight Limits Size & Weight Limits
formula and have 51' spacing from Width: 102". Width: 102".
center of first to center of last axle. Height: 14'. Height: 13.5'.
State Size & Weight Limits Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
Width: 102". bination: 53'. bination: 53'.
Height: 13.5'. Full trailer: 53'. Full trailer: 28.5'.
Straight truck length: 40'. Doubles: 110'. Doubles: Length not specified; lim-
Semitrailer: 53'. Single axles: 20,000 lbs. ited to 28.5' each.
Full trailer: 48'. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
Tractor and semitrailer: 60' legal Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
on all highways; no overall length State Size & Weight Limits Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
limit for a 53' trailer on designated Width: 102". State Size & Weight Limits
highways. Height: 14'. Width: 102".
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not Straight truck: 50'. Height: 13.5'.
permitted; allowed on designated Semitrailer: 53'. Straight truck length: 40'.
routes; full and semitrailers in dou- Full trailer: 53'. Semitrailer: 53'.
bles not to exceed 28.5' each. Tractor and semitrailer: 75' maximum Full trailer: 28.5'.
Triples: Not permitted; allowed on on non-designated highways; 95'
Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified
designated routes; full and semitrail- and 110' on designated highways.
if trailer is 53' or less.
ers in doubles not to exceed 28.5' Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 75' maxi-
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
each. mum on non-designated highways; 95'
specified if trailer is 28.5' or less.
Tractor and full trailer combination and 110' on designated highways.
Triples: Ohio Turnpike only.
not to exceed 60'. Triples: 75' maximum on non-des-
ignated highways; 95' and 110' on Steer axle: 650 lbs. per inch of tire
Steer axle: Not specified.
designated highways. width.
Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
Tractor and full-trailer trailer combi- Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
Tandem axles: 38,000 lbs.
Gross vehicle weight 80,000 lbs.; nations not to exceed 75'; seasonal Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
must comply with federal bridge weight limits apply. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
formula and have 51' outside bridge Steer axle: 550 lbs. per inch of tire width. State Access Rules
(first to last axle) to gross 80,000 lbs. Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Unlimited unless otherwise posted.
State Access Rules Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
53' trailers may travel three miles from Gross vehicle weight: 105,500 lbs. on
all primary routes unless restricted; state highways unless posted; 80,000 Oklahoma
twin trailers may travel three miles from lbs. on county and other local roads. • Diesel fuel tax: 13¢/gallon
designated routes unless restricted; all State Access Rules • Gasoline tax: 16¢/gallon
other access by written permission. 10 miles from on state routes. • Annual Truck Regis./Fuel Tax: $961
Vehicle Registration
North Dakota Ohio V: 405-521-3036
• Diesel fuel tax: 23¢/gallon F: 405-525-2906
• Diesel fuel tax: 28¢/gallon
• Gasoline tax: 23¢/gallon Fuel Tax
• Gasoline tax: 28¢/gallon
V: 405-521-3036
• Annual truck registration: $916 • Annual truck registration: $1,369 IFTA: 405-521-3036
Vehicle Registration Vehicle Registration Trip permit:
V: 701-328-2725 V: 614-752-7800 405-521-3036 405-521-2251
F: 701-328-3500 F: 614-752-7972 Overweight/Oversize Permit
Fuel Tax Fuel Tax V: 877-425-2390; 405-425-7012
V: 701-328-2725, option 2 V: 855-466-3921, option 4 F: 405-522-9006
IFTA: 701-328-2928 IFTA: 614-466-3921 Hazardous Materials
Trip permit: 701-328-2621 Trip permit: 855-466-3921 Materials: 405-521-2251
Overweight/Oversize Permit Overweight/Oversize Permit Waste: 405-521-2915
V: 701-328-2621 V: 614-351-2300 Radioactive: 405-702-5100
F: 701-328-1642 F: 614-728-4099 Spill Reporting: 800-522-0206
Hazardous Materials Hazardous Materials Interstate/National Network
Materials: 701-328-5128 Materials: 614-466-3392 Size & Weight Limits
Waste: 701-328-5166 Waste: 614-644-2621 Width: 102".
Radioactive: 701-328-5188 Radioactive: Height: 13.5'.
Spill Reporting: 800-686-7826; 614-466-3392

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Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Full trailer: 40'. • State Access Rules


bination: 59.5'. Doubles: Not specified; 75' overall One mile unless otherwise posted.
Full trailer: 29'. on Group 1 highways, first trailer
in combination not to exceed 40';
Doubles: Length not specified; lim-
ited to 29' each. no overall length limit on Group 1
Pennsylvania
Single axles: 20,000 lbs. highways if the measurement from • Diesel fuel tax: 64¢/gallon*
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. the front of the first trailer to the rear • Gasoline tax: 50.3¢/gallon*
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. of the second trailer does not exceed (*Includes petroleum tax.)
60' (including distance between trail- • Annual truck registration: $1,966
State Size & Weight Limits
ers); if distance from the front of the Vehicle Registration
Width: 102".
first trailer to the rear of the second V: 717-412-5300
Height: 13.5'.
trailer exceeds 60' (up to a maximum F: 717-783-6349
Straight truck length: 45'. of 68') and overall length exceeds
Semitrailer: 53'. Fuel Tax
75', then use designated routes that V: 800-482-4382; 717-787-5355
Full trailer: 29'. allow no limit in overall length. IFTA: 800-482-4382
Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified. Single axles: 20,000 lbs. Trip permit: 717-783-9371
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Overweight/Oversize Permit
specified. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.; two V: 717-787-4680;
Triples: Allowed on Interstate and consecutive sets of tandem axles may F: 717-787-9890
divided highways with permit only. carry a gross load of 34,000 lbs. each if PA Turnpike: 717-939-9551, ext. 2980
Steer axle: 20,000 lbs. the overall distances between the first Hazardous Materials
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. and last axle is 36' or more; an Inter- Materials:
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. state weight permit is available that 717-939 -9551; 717-783-2388
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. allows 34,000 lbs. on each tandem axle Waste: 717-787-6239
(five-axle unit). if overall length between tandems is Radioactive: 717-787-3720
State Access Rules 30' or more. Spill Reporting:
Five miles from on state routes. State Size & Weight Limits 800-541-2050 (business hours)
Width: 102". 800-373-3398 (non-business hours)
Height: 14'. Interstate/National Network
Oregon Straight truck length: 40'. Size & Weight Limits
• Diesel fuel tax: 0* Semitrailer: 53'. Width: 102".
• Gasoline tax: 30¢/gallon Full trailer: 40'. Height: 13.5'.
(*diesel taxed through weight/distance tax) Tractor and semitrailer: 60' overall on Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
• Annual truck registration: $1,014 all Group One highways with maxi- bination: 53'.
Vehicle Registration mum 53' trailers; no overall length Full trailer: Not specified.
limit on National Network highways Doubles: Length not specified; trail-
V: 503-378-6643
with a maximum of 53' trailer. ers are limited to 28.5' each.
F: 503-378-5765
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: (1) 75' over- Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
Fuel Tax
all on Group One highways; first trailer Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. if gross
V: 503-378-5849
in combination not to exceed 40'. (2) No vehicle weight and registered gross
IFTA: 503-373-1634
overall length limit on Group One high- weight both exceed 73,280 lbs.
Trip permit: 503-378-6699
way if the measurement from the front of
Overweight/Oversize Permit Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
the first trailer to the rear of the second
V: 503-373-0000 State Size & Weight Limits
trailer does not exceed 60' (including
F: 503-378-2873 Width: 96", 102" on designated
distance between trailers). (3) If distance
Hazardous Materials highways.
from the front of the first trailer to the
Materials: rear of the second trailer exceeds 60' (up Height: 13.5'.
503-378-6336; 503-378-3667 to a maximum of 68') and overall length Straight truck length: 40'.
Waste: exceeds 75', see Route Map 7 (can be Semitrailer: 53'.
800-452-4011; 503-229-5696 obtained from Oregon DOT or port of Full trailer: 53'.
Radioactive: entry) for designated routes that allow no Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified
503-378-3667; 503-373-0982 limit in overall length. if the trailer is 28.5' or less.
Spill Reporting: 800-452-0311 Triples: Allowed on Interstate and state Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
Interstate/National Network designated routes by permit only. specified if the trailer is 28.5' or less.
Size & Weight Limits Steer axle: 600 lbs. per inch of tire Triples: Not permitted.
Width: 102". width, up to 20,000 lbs. Steer axle: 20,000 lbs.
Height: 14'. Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
bination: 53'. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.

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State Access Rules Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not Height: 13.5'.
One mile access approval required specified if trailer is 28.5' or less. Straight truck length: 40'.
for additional distance for 102"-wide Triples: Not permitted. Semitrailer: 53'.
equipment, 53' trailers and twin 28.5' Steer axle: Not specified. Full trailer: 53'.
semitrailers. Single axle: 22,400 lbs. Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified.
Tandem axles: 44,000 lbs. Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
Rhode Island Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. permitted
(five-axle unit with 51' spacing be- Triples: Not permitted.
• Diesel fuel tax: 33¢/gallon tween first and fifth axle.) Steer axle: Not specified.
• Gasoline tax: 33¢/gallon State Access Rules Single axle: 22,000 lbs.
• Annual truck registration: $1,056 One mile tractor-semitrailer com- Tandem axles: 39,600.
Vehicle Registration bos and 102" width, all roads; upon
V: 401-462-4368 Gross vehicle weight 80,608 lbs.
leaving designated network, all twin
F: 401-462-5786 State Access Rules
trailers are required to obtain permits
Fuel Tax Five mile to terminals (SC Reg.
if distance traveled exceeds one
V: 401-574-8955, option 4 definition) and facilities for food, fuel,
mile.
IFTA: 401-574-8955 rest and repair; all other access (for
Trip permit: 401-946-0090 twin trailers only) by petition.
Overweight/Oversize Permit South Carolina
V: 401-462-5747 • Diesel fuel tax: 16.75¢/gallon* South Dakota
F: 401-462-5791 • Gasoline tax: 16.75¢/gallon* • Diesel fuel tax: 30¢/gallon*
Hazardous Materials (*Includes 0.75¢ clean-up fee paid • Gasoline tax: 30¢/gallon*
Materials: at pump only) (*Includes 2¢ distributor tax, paid
401-462-5813; 401-222-2797 • Annual truck registration: $800 at pump only)
Waste: 401-222-2797, ext. 7143 Vehicle Registration
Radioactive: • Annual truck registration: $2,000
V: 803-896-5000 Vehicle Registration
401-941-4500; 401-464-5813 Fuel Tax
Spill Reporting: V: 605-773-4111
V: 803-896-3870 F: 605-773-8416
401-222-1360 (8 a.m. - 4 p.m.) IFTA: 803-896-3870
401-222-3070 (after hours) Fuel Tax
Trip permit: 803-896-3870 V: 605-773-3314
Interstate/National Network Overweight/Oversize Permit
Size & Weight Limits IFTA: 605-773-5408
V: 877-349-7190; 803-737-6769 Trip permit: 605-773-4578
Width: 102". F: 803-737-2199
Height: 13.5'. Overweight/Oversize Permit
Hazardous Materials V: 605-773-4578 (information)
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer Materials: 803-896-5000
combination: 53'; trailers of 48' to 53' V: 605-698-3925 (permits)
Waste: 803-898-0486 V: 800-637-3255 (in-state permits)
require no more than 41' spacing from Radioactive:
kingpin to center of rear axle group. Hazardous Materials
803-898-0422; 803-899-0239 Materials: 605-773-4578
Full trailer: 53'. Spill Reporting: 888-481-0125 Waste: 605-773-3153; 605-773-3151
Doubles: Length not specified; trail- Interstate/National Network Radioactive:
ers are limited to 28.5' each. Size & Weight Limits 605-773-4578; 605-773-3296
Single axles: 22,400 lbs. Width: 102". Spill Reporting:
Tandem axles: 44,000 lbs. Height: 13.5'. 605-773-3296 (business hours)
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.; Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- 605-773-3231 (non-business hours)
must comply with federal bridge for- bination: 53'; trailers over 50' require Interstate/National Network
mula and have 51' spacing from center no more than 40.5' spacing, plus or Size & Weight Limits
of the first to center of the last axle. minus 6", from kingpin to center of Width: 102".
State Size & Weight Limits rear-most axle group. Height: 14'.
Width: 102". Full trailer: 28.5' Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
Height: 13.5'. Doubles: Length not specified; trail- bination: 53'.
Straight truck length: 40'. ers are limited to 28.5' each. Full trailer: Not specified.
Semitrailer: 53' on Interstate and Single axles: 20,000 lbs. Doubles: 81.5'; maximum length of
non-Interstate routes with prior ap- Tandem axles: 35,200 lbs. either trailers must not exceed 45'.
proval (401-588-3020, ext. 2034). Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.; Single axle: 20,000 lbs. single-tired
Full trailer: 28.5'. must comply with federal bridge axles, other than steer tires, are lim-
Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified formula. ited to 500 lbs. per inch of tire width.
if trailer is 48.5' or less. State Size & Weight Limits Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs., single-
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are limited to 500 lbs. per inch of tire Height: 13.5'. Radioactive: 512-239-6466
width. Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Spill Reporting: 800-832-8224
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. bination: 50' measured from kingpin Interstate/National Network
State Size & Weight Limits from end of trailer or load, if trailer Size & Weight Limits
Width: 102". length exceeds 48' the distance from Width: 102".
Height: 14'. the kingpin to the center of the rear Height: 14'.
Straight truck: 45'. axle or group is limited 41'; no kingpin Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-
Semitrailer: 53'. requirements on 48' or shorter trailers. bination: 59'.
Full trailer: Not specified. Full trailer: 48'. Full trailer: 59'.
Tractor and semitrailer: Controlled by Doubles: Length not specified; trail- Doubles: Length not specified; trail-
single trailer length. ers are limited to 28.5' each. ers are limited to 28.5' each.
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Overall Single axles: 20,000 lbs. Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
length excluding tractor may not exceed Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.;
81.5'; neither trailer may exceed 45'. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
Triples: Allowed on Interstate and State Size & Weight Limits State Size & Weight Limits
designated highways by permit only. Width: 102". Width: 102".
Steer axle: 600 lbs. per inch of tire Height: 13.5'. Height: 14'.
width.
Straight truck length: 45'. Straight truck length: 45'.
Single axle: 20,000 lbs., single-tire
Semitrailer: 50'; trailers measuring 48' Semitrailer: 59'.
axle is limited to 500 lbs. per inch of
to 50' from kingpin to rear of trailer Full trailer: Not specified.
tire width.
require a distance of 41' or less from Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. kingpin to center of rear axle group.
Gross vehicle weight 80,000 lbs. on if trailer is 59' or less.
Full trailer: Not specified. Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
Interstate system. Primary highway
Tractor and semitrailer: Not speci- specified if trailer is 28.5' or less.
weights governed by bridge formula
fied, but trailer may not exceed 50' Triples: Not permitted.
and number of axles.
or 41' axle group from kingpin to
Seasonal weight limits apply, call • Any vehicle combination that contains
center of rear axle.
DOT at 605-773-3704 a truck tractor does not have a mini-
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Allowed mum legal length; any vehicle combi-
State Access Rules if both trailers are 28.5' or less.
Unlimited unless otherwise posted. nation that does not contain a truck
Triples: Not permitted. tractor is limited to 65' overall length.
Truck and trailer: 75'. Steer axle: Tire manufacturing rating.
Tennessee Steer axle: 20,000 lbs. Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
• Diesel fuel tax: 18.4¢/gallon* Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
• Gasoline tax: 21.4¢/gallon* Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
(*Includes 0.4¢ clean-up fee and 1¢ Gross Weight: 80,000 lbs. State Access Rules
gasoline inspection fee, at pump only) State Access Rules Unlimited unless otherwise posted.
• Annual truck registration: $1,366 Unlimited, shortest reasonable route.
Vehicle Registration
V: 888-826-3151
Utah
F: 615-361-5924
Texas • Diesel fuel tax: 29.5¢/gallon
Fuel Tax • Diesel fuel tax: 20¢/gallon • Gasoline tax: 29.5¢/gallon
V: 888-468-9025; 615-399-4267 • Gasoline tax: 20¢/gallon • Annual truck registration: $348
IFTA: 888-468-9025, option 3 • Annual truck registration: $1,065 Vehicle Registration
Trip permits: Vehicle Registration V: 801-297-6800
888-468-9025; 615-399-4267 V: 888-368-4689 F: 801-297-6899
Overweight/Oversize Permit F: 512-302-2162 Fuel Tax
V: 615-741-3821 Fuel Tax V: 801-297-6800
F: 615-741-1159 V: 800-252-1383; 800-299-1700 IFTA: 801-297-6800
Hazardous Materials IFTA: 800-252-1383 Trip Permit:
Materials: 615-251-5290 Trip permit: 800-299-1700 801-297-7790; 801-297-6800
Waste: 615-532-0780 Overweight/Oversize Permit Overweight/Oversize Permit
Radioactive: 615-532-0364 V: 800-299-1700 V: 801-965-4892
Spill Reporting: F: 512-465-3565 F: 801-965-4847
615-741-0001 (in Tennessee) Hazardous Materials Hazardous Materials
800-262-3300 (outside Tennessee) Materials: Materials:
Interstate/National Network 512-424-2000; 512-424-2010 801-965-4105; 801-256-2499
Size & Weight Limits Waste: Waste: 801-536-0200
Width: 102". 512-239-6413; 512-239-2334 Radioactive:

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801-536-4250 (business hours); Hazardous Materials (*Includes 7.5¢ surtax on gasoline


801-536-4123 (non-business hours) Materials: 802-828-2078 and 3.5¢ on diesel, paid on
Spill Reporting: Waste: 802-522-0469 report only; 0.6¢ clean-up fee paid
801-536-0200 (business hours) Radioactive: 802-828-1556 at pump only)
801-536-4123 (non-business hours) Spill Reporting: 800-641-5005 • Annual truck registration: $1,003
Interstate/National Network Interstate/National Network Vehicle Registration
Size & Weight Limits Size & Weight Limits V: 804-497-7100
Width: 102". Width: 102". Fuel Tax
Height: 14'. Height: 13.5'. V: 804-249-5130
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- IFTA: 804-249-5130
bination: 53'. bination: 53'. Trip permit: 804-249-5130
Full trailer: 48'. Full trailer: 28'. Overweight/Oversize Permit
Doubles: Length not specified; Doubles: Length not specified; trail- V: 804-249-5130; 804-497-7135 (info)
0verall length is 61' for the combined ers limited to 28' each. F: 804-367-1073
trailer unit including space between. Single axles: 22,400 lbs. Hazardous Materials
Single axles: 20,000 lbs. Tandem axles: 36,000 lbs.; Materials:
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.; Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.; 800-367-7623; 804-698-4000;
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.; must comply with federal bridge Waste:
must comply with Utah Bridge Table formula and have 51' from center of 804-698-4237; 804-698-4129
B extended and have 51' from first to first to center of last axle. Radioactive:
fifth axle. State Size & Weight Limits 804-698-4000; 804-864-8168
State Size & Weight Limits Width: 102". Spill Reporting:
Width: 102". Height: 13.5'. 800-468-8892 (in Virginia);
Height: 14'. Straight truck length: 46'. 804-674-2400 (outside of Virginia)
Straight truck length: 45'. Semitrailer: 53'; trailers require no Interstate/National Network
Semitrailer: 48'. more than 43' from kingpin to rear- Size & Weight Limits
Full trailer: 48'. most axle. Width: 102".
Tractor and semitrailer: Not specified Full trailer: 53'; distance from kingpin Height: 13.5'.
if trailer is 48' or less. to center of rear-most axle must not Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Two trailers exceed 41'. combination: 53'; trailers of 48' to 53'
hooked together shall not exceed 61'. Tractor and semitrailer: 75'; distance require no more than 41' spacing from
Triples: Allowed with permit only; from kingpin to center of rear-most kingpin to center of rear axle group.
permit must be obtained prior to op- axle must not exceed 41'. Full trailer: 28.5'.
eration and takes two to four weeks. Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Allowed Doubles: Length not specified; trail-
Truck and trailer: 65'. if both trailers are 28' or less on Inter- ers limited to 28.5' each.
Steer axle: Tire manufacturing rating. state highways only. Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Triples: Not permitted. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.;
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Truck tractor and semitrailer com- Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.,
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. bination: 48' - 53' max; 75' no provided vehicle complies with fed-
State Access Rules permit required; over 75' fee permit eral bridge gross weight formula.
Unlimited unless otherwise posted or required. No fee permit required if State Size & Weight Limits
if under special permit. between 68' and 72' and operating Width: 102".
on U.S. 4 from the New Hampshire
Height: 13.5'.
state line to the south junction of
Vermont Vermont 100. Straight truck length: 40'.
• Diesel fuel tax: 32¢/gallon* Steer axle: 600 lb. per inch of tire Semitrailer: 53'; trailers of 48' to 53'
width. require no more than 41' spacing from
• Gasoline tax: 30.46¢/gallon*
kingpin to center of rear axle group.
(*Includes 2% sales tax and clean-up fee) Single axle: 22,400 lbs.
Full trailer: Not permitted
• Annual truck registration: $2,200 Tandem axles: 36,000 lbs.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Tractor-semitrailer: Not specified.
Vehicle Registration
State Access Rules Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
V: 888-998-3766
One mile — reasonable access for permitted.
Fuel Tax
food, fuel, repair, rest facilities and Triples: Not permitted.
V: 802-828-2070
IFTA: 802-828-2070; 802-828-8073 terminals. Steer axle: 650 lbs. per inch of tire
Trip permit: width.
800-749-6058; 800-833-3762 Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
Overweight/Oversize Permit
Virginia Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
V: 802-828-2064 • Diesel fuel tax: 24.3¢/gallon* Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
F: 802-828-5418 • Gasoline tax: 24.3¢/gallon* with 51' of total axle spacing.

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State Access Rules trailer is 53' or less. State Size & Weight Limits:
One mile — 53' semitrailer with Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 61'; Width: 102".
maximum 41' kingpin spacing al- trailers from 61' to 68' require a Height: 13.5'.
lowed on all roads unless otherwise permit. Straight truck length: 40'.
posted; 28.5' twin trailers - desig- Triples: Not permitted. Semitrailer: 53' with distance be-
nated system only. Permit required Steer axles: 600 lbs. per inch of tire tween rear tractor axle and front
beyond one mile; permission must width; all other tires are limited to trailer axle not exceeding 37'.
be obtained within towns, cities and 500 lbs. per inch of tire width. Full trailer: Not specified.
Henrico and Arlington Counties. Single axle: 20,000 lbs. Tractor-semitrailer: 55' local routes;
An access network has also been Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. 70' major routes.
identified for twin trailers. Contact
Gross vehicle weight: 105,500 lbs.; Tractor, semi- and full trailer: 28'
Virginia DOT, 804-786-2967.
refer to Federal Formula B. Truck and each trailer.
trailer: 75'. Seasonal weight limits ap- Triples: Not permitted.
Washington ply, posting available at ports of entry. Steer axle: 20,000 lbs.
State Access Rules Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
• Diesel fuel tax: 49.4¢/gallon
Unlimited on state highways. WA Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.
• Gasoline tax: 49.4¢/gallon
410 and WA 123 closed to vehicles Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.
• Annual truck registration: $1,742 exceeding 5,000 lbs. GVW in Mt.
Vehicle Registration State Access Rules
Rainier National Park.
V: 360-902-3770 Restricted to within two miles of
F: 360-570-7895 designated routes.
Fuel Tax West Virginia
V: 360-664-1868
• Diesel fuel tax: 33.2¢/gallon* Wisconsin
IFTA: 360-664-1868
• Gasoline tax: 33.2¢/gallon* • Diesel fuel tax: 32.9¢/gallon*
Trip permit: 360-664-1868
(*Includes 5% sales tax) • Gasoline tax: 32.9¢/gallon*
Overweight/Oversize Permit
V: 360-704-6340 • Annual truck registration: $1,132 (*Includes clean-up fee)
F: 360-704-6350 Vehicle Registration • Annual truck registration: $1,576
Hazardous Materials V: 304-558-3900 Vehicle Registration
Materials: F: 304-926-0797 V: 608-266-9900
360-902-3900; 360-753-9875 Fuel Tax F: 608-267-6886
Waste: 360-407-6700 V: 304-926-0799 Fuel Tax
Radioactive: 360-236-3300 IFTA: 304-926-0799 V: 608-266-9900
Spill Reporting: Trip permit: 304-926-0799 IFTA: 608-266-9900
800-258-5990; 800-424-8802 Overweight/Oversize Permit Trip permit: 608-266-9900
800-645-7911 V: 304-558-0384 Overweight/Oversize Permit
Interstate/National Network F: 304-558-0591 V: 608-266-7320
Size & Weight Limits Hazardous Materials F: 608-264-7751
Width: 102". Materials: Hazardous Materials
Height: 14'. 304-340-0456; 304-340-0419 Materials: 608-264-7049
Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com- Waste: 304-926-0499 715-799-3096 (Menominee Tribal Lands)
bination: 53'; trailers from 53' to 56' Radioactive: Waste: 608-264-6015
require a permit. 304-340-0456; 304-558-2981 715-799-3096 (Menominee Tribal Lands)
Full trailer: 53'. Spill Reporting: 800-642-3074 Radioactive: 608-267-4789
Doubles: 61'; trailers from 61' to 68' Interstate/National Network 715-799-3096 (Menominee Tribal Lands)
require a permit. Size & Weight Limits Spill Reporting: 800-943-0003
Single axles: 20,000 lbs. Width: 102". Interstate/National Network
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Height: 13.5'. Size & Weight Limits
Gross vehicle weight: 105,500 lbs., Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer Width: 102".
must comply with federal bridge combination: 53'; trailers from 48' to Height: 13.5'.
gross weight formula. 53' require no more than 37' spacing Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer
State Size & Weight Limits from last axle of tractor to first axle combination: 53'; trailers from 48' to
Width: 102". of semitrailer. 53' require no more than 43' spacing
Height: 14'. Full trailer: 28'. from kingpin to center of rear axle.
Straight truck length: 40'. Doubles: Length not specified; trail- Full trailer: 48'.
Semitrailer: 53'; trailers 53' - 56' ers are limited to 28' each. Doubles: Length not specified; trail-
require a permit. Single axles: 20,000 lbs. ers are limited to 28.5' each.
Full trailer: 53'. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs. Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
Tractor-semitrailer: Not specified if Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.

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Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs. Semitrailer in tractor/semitrailer com-


State Size & Weight Limits bination: 60'.
Width: 102". Full trailer: 40'.
Height: 13.5'. Doubles: 81'; combined length of
Straight truck length: 45'. trailers not to exceed 81'; heavier
Semitrailer: 48'/53', trailers require trailer must be first unit behind the
no more than 41' from kingpin to tractor if there is a weight difference
rear-most axle. exceeding 5,000 lbs.
Full trailer: 48'/53', trailers require no Single axles: 20,000 lbs.
more than 41' from kingpin to rear- Tandem axles: 36,000 lbs.
most axle. Gross vehicle weight: 117,000 lbs.;
Tractor-semitrailer: 65'/75'. must have enough axles to comply
Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Allowed with federal bridge formula.
only on designated routes. State Size & Weight Limits
Triples: Not permitted. Width: 102".
Truck and full trailer: 65'. Height: 14'.
Steer axle: 13,000 lbs.; 12,000 lbs. Straight truck length: 60'.
on Class B highway. Semitrailer: 60' in tractor-trailer com-
Single axle: 20,000 lbs.; 12,000 lbs. bination; 48' for first trailer in doubles
on Class B highway. combination.
Tandem axles: 34,000 lbs.; 20,400 Full trailer: 40'.
lbs. on Class B highway. Tractor-semitrailer: Not specified.
Gross vehicle weight: 80,000 lbs.; Tractor, semi- and full trailer: Not
48,000 lbs. on Class B highway. specified, but can not exceed 81'
State Access Rules from the front of the first trailer to the
Fifteen miles — plus highways des- rear of the second trailer. Heavier
ignated by state in administrative law trailer must be first if there is a weight
Trans 276. difference exceeding 5,000 lbs.
Triples: Not permitted.
Steer axle: 20,000 lbs.
Wyoming Single axle: 20,000 lbs.
• Diesel fuel tax: 24¢/gallon* Tandem axles: 36,000 lbs.
• Gasoline tax: 24¢/gallon* Gross vehicle weight by bridge for-
(*Includes clean-up fee, paid at mula Table 1.
pump only) State Access Rules
• Annual truck registration: $2,231 Unlimited.
Vehicle Registration
V: 307-777-4851
F: 307-777-4772
Fuel Tax
V: 307-777-4826
IFTA: 307-777-4827
Trip permit: 307-777-4829
Overweight/Oversize Permit
V: 307-777-4376
F: 307-777-4399
Hazardous Materials
Materials:
307-777-4800; 307-777-4810
Waste:
307-777-7937; 307-777-7752
Radioactive: 307-777-7937
Spill Reporting: 307-777-7781
Interstate/National Network
Size & Weight Limits
Width: 102".
Height: 14'.

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State Trucking Associations

Alabama California Florida


Alabama Trucking Assn. California Trucking Assn. Florida Trucking Assn.
J. Frank Filgo Shawn Yadon Dr. Ken Armstrong
President & CEO CEO President & CEO
P.O. Box 242337 4148 East Commerce Way 350 East College Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36124-2337 Sacramento, CA 95834 Tallahassee, FL 32301
334-834-3983 916-373-3535 850-222-9900
ffilgo@alabamatrucking.org syadon@caltrux.org ken@fltrucking.org
http://www.alabamatrucking.org http://www.caltrux.org http://www.fltrucking.org

Alaska Colorado Georgia


Alaska Trucking Association Colorado Motor Carriers Assn. Georgia Motor Trucking Association
Aves Thompson Greg Fulton Edward B. Crowell
Executive Director President President & CEO
3443 Minnesota Drive 4060 Elati Street 2060 Franklin Way, Suite 200
Anchorage, AK 99503 Denver, CO 80216-4814 Marietta, GA 30067
907-276-1149 303-433-3375 770-444-9771
aves@aktrucks.org greg@cmca.com ed@gmta.org
http://www.aktrucks.org http://www.cmca.com http://www.gmta.org

Arizona Connecticut Hawaii


Arizona Trucking Association Motor Transport Assn. of Connecticut Hawaii Transportation Association
Tony Bradley Joseph Sculley Gareth K. Sakakida
President & CEO President Managing Director
7500 W. Madison Street 60 Forest Street 2850 Paa Street, Room 204
Tolleson, AZ 85353 Hartford, CT 06105 Honolulu, HI 96819
602-850-6000 860-520-4455 808-833-6628
tbradley@aztrucking.com joe@mtac.us gareth@htahawaii.org
http://www.aztrucking.com http://www.mtac.us http://www.htahawaii.org

Arkansas Delaware Idaho


Arkansas Trucking Association Delaware Motor Transport Assn. Idaho Trucking Association
Shannon Newton M. Lee Derrickson Julie Pipal
President Executive Director President & CEO
1401 West Capitol, Suite 185 445 Pear Street 3405 E. Overland Road, Suite 175
Little Rock, AR 72201 Dover, DE 19904-2926 Meridian, ID 83642
501-372-3462 302-734-9400 208-342-3521
shannonnewton@arkansastrucking.com dmta@delawaretrucking.org jpipal@idtrucking.org
http://www.arkansastrucking.com http://delawaretrucking.org http://www.idtrucking.org

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Illinois Kentucky Massachusetts

Illinois Trucking Association Kentucky Motor Transport Assn. Massachusetts Motor Transp. Assn.
Matt Hart Guy Young Anne M. Lynch
Executive Director President/CEO Executive Director
932 S. Spring Street 617 Shelby St. 12 Post Office Square, 6th Floor
Springfield, IL 62704 Frankfort, KY 40601 Boston, MA 02109
217-789-6017 502-227-0848 617-695-3512
matt@iltrucking.org gyoung@kytrucking.net alynch@lynchassociates.net
http://www.iltrucking.org http://www.kmta.net http://www.mass-trucking.org

Indiana Louisiana Michigan

Indiana Motor Truck Association Louisiana Motor Transport Assn. Michigan Trucking Association
Gary Langston Cathy F. Gautreaux Walter G. Heinritzi
President & CEO Executive Director Executive Director
1 North Capitol Ave., Suite 460 4838 Bennington Avenue 1131 Centennial Way
Indianapolis, IN 46204 Baton Rouge, LA 70808 Lansing, MI 48917-9896
317-630-4682 225-928-5682 517-321-1951
gary@intrucking.org cathy.gautreaux@louisianatrucking.com wheinritzi@mitrucking.org
http://www.imtaonline.net http://www.louisianatrucking.com http://www.mitrucking.org

Iowa Maine Minnesota

Iowa Motor Truck Association Maine Motor Transport Association Minnesota Trucking Association
Brenda Neville Brian Parke John Hausladen
President & CEO President & CEO President & CEO
717 East Court Ave. 142 Whitten Road 2277 Highway 36 West, Suite 302
Des Moines, IA 50309 Augusta, ME 04330 Roseville, MN 55113
515-244-5193 207-623-4128 651-646-7351
brenda@iowamotortruck.com bparke@mmta.com john@mntruck.org
http://www.iowamotortruck.com http://www.mmta.com http://www.mntruck.org

Kansas Maryland Mississippi

Kansas Motor Carriers Association Maryland Motor Truck Association Mississippi Trucking Association
Thomas A. Whitaker Louis J. Campion Hal Miller
Executive Director President & CEO President
2900 South Topeka Blvd. 9256 Bendix Road, Suite 203 825 North President Street
Topeka, KS 66601-1673 Columbia, MD 21045 Jackson, MS 39202
785-267-1641 410-644-4600 601-354-0616
tomw@kmca.org lcampion@mmtanet.com hal.miller@mstrucking.org
http://www.kmca.org http://www.mmtanet.com http://www.mstrucking.org

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Missouri New Hampshire North Carolina


Missouri Motor Carriers Association New Hampshire Motor Transport Assn. North Carolina Trucking Association
Tom Crawford Robert J. Sculley Crystal Collins
President & CEO President President
102 East High Street P.O. Box 3898 4000 Westchase Blvd., Suite 210
Jefferson City, MO 65102 Concord, NH 03302-3898 Raleigh, NC 27607
573-634-3388 603-224-7337 919-834-0387
tom@motrucking.org rjsculley@nhmta.org ccollins@nctrucking.com
http://www.motrucking.org http://www.nhmta.org http://www.nctrucking.com

Montana New Jersey North Dakota


Motor Carriers of Montana New Jersey Motor Truck Association North Dakota Motor Carriers Assn.
Barry Stang Gail E. Toth Arik Spencer
Executive Vice President Executive Director Executive Vice President
501 North Sanders, Suite 201 160 Tices Lane 1937 East Capitol Avenue
Helena, MT 59601 East Brunswick, NJ 08816 Bismarck, ND 58501
406-442-6600 732-254-5000 701-223-2700
spook@mttrucking.org gtoth@njmta.org arik@ndmca.org
http://www.mttrucking.org http://www.njmta.org http://www.ndmca.org

Nebraska New Mexico Ohio


Nebraska Trucking Association New Mexico Trucking Association Ohio Trucking Association
Larry A. Johnson Johnny Johnson Tom Balzer
President Managing Director President
1701 K Street 4700 Lincoln, NE 21 East State Street, Suite 900
Lincoln, NE 68508 Albuquerque, NM 87109 Columbus, OH 43215
402-476-8504 505-884-5575 614-221-5375
ljohnson@nebtrucking.com jrjohnson@nmtrucking.org tom@ohiotrucking.org
http://www.nebtrucking.com http://www.nmtrucking.org http://www.ohiotrucking.org

Nevada New York Oklahoma


Nevada Motor Transport Association Trucking Association of New York Oklahoma Trucking Association
Paul J. Enos Kendra Hems Jim Newport
CEO President CEO
8745 Technology Way, Suite E 7 Corporate Drive 3909 N. Lindsay Avenue
Reno, NV 89521-4878 Clifton Park, NY 12065 Oklahoma City, OK 73105
775-673-6111 518-458-9696 405-525-9488
pje@nevadatrucking.com khems@nytrucks.org JimNewport@oktrucking.org
http://www.nevadatrucking.com http://www.nytrucks.org http://www.oktrucking.org

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Oregon South Dakota Vermont


Oregon Trucking Association South Dakota Trucking Association Vermont Truck & Bus Association
Jana Jarvis Myron L. Rau Robert J. Sculley
President President Executive Director
4005 SE Naef Road 3801 South Kiwanis Avenue P.O. Box 3898
Portland, OR 97267 Sioux Falls, SD 57109 Concord, NH 03302
503-513-0005 605-334-8871 802-479-1778
jana@ortrucking.org mlrau@southdakotatrucking.com rjsculley@vtba.org
http://www.ortrucking.org http://www.southdakotatrucking.com http://www.vtba.org

Pennsylvania Tennessee Virginia


Pennsylvania Motor Truck Assn. Tennessee Trucking Association Virginia Trucking Association
Kevin Stewart David Huneryager P. Dale Bennett
President & CEO President & CEO President & CEO
910 Linda Lane 4531 Trousdale Drive 4821 Bethlehem Rd., Suite 101
Camp Hill, PA 17011-6409 Nashville, TN 37204 Richmond, VA 23230
717-761-7122 615-777-2882 804-355-5371
kstewart@pmta.org dhuneryager@tntrucking.org dbennett@vatrucking.org
http://www.pmta.org http://www.tntrucking.org http://www.vatrucking.org

Rhode Island Texas Washington


Texas Trucking Association
Rhode Island Trucking Association Washington Trucking Association
John Esparza
Chris Maxwell Sheri Call
President & CEO
President, CEO Executive Vice President
700 East 11th Street
660 Roosevelt Ave. 2102 Carriage Drive, SW Bldg. F
Austin, TX 78701
Pawtucket, RI 02860-1008 Olympia, WA 98502
512-478-2541
401-729-6600 253-235-4021
john@texastrucking.com
chris.maxwell@ritrucking.org sheri@wtatrucking.com
http://www.texastrucking.com
http://www.ritrucking.org http://www.wtatrucking.com

Utah
South Carolina West Virginia
Utah Trucking Association
South Carolina Trucking Association Richard Clasby West Virginia Trucking Association
J. Richards Todd Executive Director Janet S. Vineyard
President 4181 West 2100 South President
P.O. Box 50166 West Valley, UT 84104-4612 2506 Kanawha Blvd. E
Columbia, SC 29250-0166 801-973-9370 Charleston, WV 25311
803-799-4306 rick@utahtrucking.com 304-345-2800
ricktodd@sctrucking.org http://www.utahtrucking.com jan@wvtrucking.com
http://www.sctrucking.org http://www.wvtrucking.com

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Wisconsin
Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association
Neal Kedzie
President
P.O. Box 44849
Madison, WI 53744-2875
608-833-8200
nkedzie@witruck.org
http://www.witruck.org

Wyoming
Wyoming Trucking Association
Sheila D. Foertsch
Managing Director
P.O. 1175
Casper, WY 82602
307-234-1579
sdf@wytruck.org
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State Maintenance Councils

I n 2004 the Technology & Maintenance Council formed its Professional Technician Development Committee (PTDC)
and created a new membership category for technicians. It sponsored TMCSuperTech2005, the first national techni-
cian skills competition in conjunction with TMC’s 2005 Fall Meeting. Since then, state maintenance council's have begun
technician competitions of their own in support of the national competition.
For more information about PTDC, the national skills competition or sponsorships, or TMC technician membership,
contact TMC at 703-838-1763. Contact TMC if you have information about state or regional maintenance councils.

Alabama Alaska Arkansas


Alabama Trucking Association Alaska Trucking Association Arkansas Trucking Association
Safety & Maintenance Technology & Maintenance Council Maintenance & Technology Council
Management Council 3443 Minnesota Drive 1401 West Capitol Street, Suite 185
P.O. Box 242337 Anchorage, AK Little Rock, AR 72203
Montgomery, AL 36124-2337 V: 907-777-5525 V: 501-372-3462
V: 334-834-3983 F: 907-274-1946 F: 501-376-1810
F: 334-262-6504 Contact: Mike Moller Contact: Sarah Sheets
Contact: Tim Frazier michael.moeller@crowley.com sarahsheets@arkansastrucking.com
tfrazier@alabamatrucking.org http://www.aktrucks.org http://www.arkansastrucking.com
http://www.alabamatrucking.org
Officers Officers
Birmingham Officers Mike Moller, Chairman Matt Panning, Chairman
Lonna Yearwood, Chairperson — Crowley Petroleum Distribution Tyson Foods
My-Way Transportation Mike Martin, Vice Chairman
1st Vice-Chairperson —
Geoff Smith, Welborn Cabinet Arizona Distribution Solutions, Inc.
Chris Parson, Secretary
2nd Vice Chairman — Tony Smith, USA Trucking, Inc.
AAA Cooper Transportation Arizona Trucking Association Ron Gillen, Past Chairman
Secretary/Treasurer, Scott Safety Maintenance Council CalArk International
Hackelman, MTB Transport 7500 West Madison Street
Tolleson, AZ 85353 Only employees of Arkansas
Wiregrass Officers V: 602-850-6000 Trucking Association member
Chairperson — Avery Baine, F: 602-252-8008 companies are eligible for MTC
ABC Transportation Contact: Karen Nesta membership.
1st Vice-Chairman — Debbie V: 602-850-6003
Henderson, Eagle Motor Freight knesta@aztrucking.com
Secretary/Treasurer — Keith http://www.arizonatrucking.com
California
Onorato, Summerford Truck Line
Officers California Trucking Association
Gulf Coast Officers Dan Lauletta, Chairman Safety Maintenance Councils
Chairman — Bryan Kilpatrick, Swift Transportation Co. of Arizona 4148 E. Commerce Way
Billy Barnes Enterprises Jon Miller, Vice Chairman Sacramento, CA 95834
1st Vice-Chairman — Bobby Vanguard Truck Center V: 916-373-3527
Lankford, Ward International Trucks F: 916-373-3637
Lisa Lahrman, Secretary
Secretary — Keith Fearn, Martin Contact: Richard Leimbach
HDS, Inc
Energy rleimbach@caltrux.org
Treasurer — Gary Smith, Perdido http://www.caltrux.org
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Colorado Delaware Georgia


Colorado Motor Carriers Association Delaware Motor Transport Assn. Georgia Motor Trucking Association
Maintenance Council Council in development Fleet Maintenance Council
4060 Elati Street 445 Pear Street 2060 Franklin Way, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80216-4814 Dover, DE 19904 Marietta, GA 30067
V: 303-433-3375 V: 302-734-9400 V: 770-444-9771
F: 303-477-6977 F: 302-734-1600 F: 770-444-9442
Contact: Tracy Sakaguchi Contact: Milton Lee Derrickson Contact: Emily Crane
tracy@cmca.com dmta@delawaretrucking.org emily@gmta.org
http://www.cmca.com http://www.delawaretrucking.org http://www.gmta.com

Officers Officers
Larry Mora, Chairman Denny Piper, Chairman
Idaho
Dean Foods Walmart Transportation
Quarta Watkins, Vice Chairman Fred Bowen, 1st Vice Chairman Idaho Trucking Association
Leed Energy Services Mountaire Farms Council in development
Kevin Brooks, 2nd Vice Chairman Chum Hitchens, 2nd Vice Chairman 3405 East Overland Road, Suite 175
A&E Tire Hitchens Tire Service Meridian, ID 83642
Tom Schneider, Secretary/Treasurer Clarence McKinney, 3rd Vice Chairman V: 208-342-3521
Down Time Defender McKinney Towing F: 208-343-8397
Contact: Julie Pipal
juliep@idtrucking.org
Connecticut Florida http://www.idtrucking.org

Motor Transport Association Florida Trucking Association


of Connecticut, Inc. Technology & Maintenance Council Illinois
Council in development 350 East College Ave.
60 Forest Street Tallahassee, FL 32301-1565 Illinois Trucking Association
Hartford, CT 06105 V: 813-626-7141 Maintenance Council
V: 860-520-4455 F: 813-622-7297 7000 Adams, Suite 130
F: 860-520-4567 Contact: Bob Thomas Willow Brook, IL 60527
Contact: Joseph R. Scully 813-656-7141 V: 630-654-0884
joe@mtac.us bthomas@nextrancorp.com F: 630-654-0899
Cttruck@aol.com http://www.fltrucking.org Contact: Randy Thomas
http://www.mtac.us Rthomas@iltrucking.org
Officers http://www.iltrucking.org
Bob Thomas, Chairman
Nextran Truck Center Officers
Shelley Conklin, Vice Chairman Randy Thomas, Associate Director
Landstar
Illinois Trucking Association
Glenn Martin, At Large
Florida Power & Light
Chris Emrich, At Large
Southeastern Freight Lines
Rob Carryl
Executive Committee Member
Reliance Supply
rob.carryl@reliancesupply.com
John McTyre
Executive Committee Member
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Indiana Kentucky Detroit Chapter


Rick Krstich, President
Eleven Mile Truck Frame & Axle
Indiana Motor Truck Association Kentucky Trucking Association 248-388-0112
Safety and Maintenance Council Maintenance Council rick@11miletruck.com
One North Capital Ave, Suite 460 PO Box 818
Indianapolis, IN 46204 Frankfort, KY 40602 Tri-City Chapter
V: 317-660-2461 V: 502-227-0848 Eric Brown, President
F: 317-630-0072 F: 502-227-0849 Karbowski Oil Company
Contact: Barry Miller Contact: Guy Young 989-686-2111
Barry@intrucking.org gyoung@kytrucking.net ebrown@karbowskioil.com
http://www.intrucking.org http://kytrucking.net
Must be a current MTA member to
Officers Chapters are in the following areas of participate; additional dues apply
Brian Runnels, Chairman Kentucky:
Online Transport • SMC Louisville Chapter – Minnesota
brunnels@onlinetransport.com Louisville, KY (every third
Barb Conley, Vice Chairman Tuesday)
Horizon Freight Lines • SMC Paducah Chapter – Minnesota Trucking Association
conleyb@horizonfreightlines.com Paducah, KY (quarterly) Maintenance Council
Anthony Johnson, Secretary/Treasurer • SMC Hopkinsville Chapter – 2277 Highway 36 West, #302
Marvin Johnson & Associates Hopkinsville, KY (quarterly) Roseville, MN 55113
ajohnson@mjai.com • SMC London Chapter – London/ V: 651-646-7351
Somerset, KY (quarterly) F: 651-641-8995
• SMC Big Sandy Chapter – Contact: Andrea Warren
Iowa Prestonsburg, KY (quarterly) andrea@mntruck.org
• SMC Gateway Chapter – http://www.mntruck.org
Iowa Motor Truck Association Florence, KY area (quarterly)
Council in development All members of the Minnesota
717 East Court Ave
Des Moines, IA 50309
Maryland Trucking Association are welcome to
join the MTA Maintenance Council.
V: 515-244-5193 The Council generally meets the
F: 515-244-2204 Maryland Motor Truck Association third Wednesday of each month
Contact: Brenda Neville Maintenance Council September through May. Find MTA
brenda@iowamotortruck.com 9256 Bendix Road, Suite 203, Maintenance Council’s upcoming
Columbia, MD 21045 events at http://www.mntruck.org/
http://www.iowamotortruck.com
V: 410-644-4600 events/event_list.asp
F: 410-644-2537
Kansas Contact: Louis Campion Mississippi
lcampion@mmtanet.com
Kansas Motor Carriers Association http://www.mmtanet.com
Mississippi Trucking Association
Council in development
Council of Maintenance Supervisors
2900 SW Topeka Blvd Michigan 825 North President Street
Topeka, KS 66611
Jackson, Mississippi 39202
V: 785-267-1641
Michigan Trucking Association V: 601-354-0616
F: 785-266-6551
Equipment & Maintenance Council F: 601-354-4371
Contact: Tom Whitaker
1131 Centennial Way Contact: Hal Miller
tomw@kmca.org
Lansing, MI 48917-9896 hal.miller@mstrucking.org
https://
kansasmotorcarriersassociation. V: 517-321-1951 http://www.mstrucking.org
wildapricot.org F: 517-321-0884
Contact: Jill Skutar
jskutar@mitrucking.org
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Missouri Nebraska New York


Missouri Trucking Association Nebraska Trucking Association Trucking Association of New York
Technology & Maintenance Council Maintenance Council Safety Maintenance Management
102 E. High Street 1701 K Street Council
Jefferson City, MO 65102 Lincoln, NE 68508 7 Corporate Drive
V: 573-634-3388 V: 402-476-8504 Clifton Park, NY 12065
F: 573-634-4197 F: 402-476-8570 V: 518-458-9696
Contact: Jason Ahten, Contact: Sheila O’Connor F: 518-458-2525
jason@motrucking.org soconnor@nebtrucking.com Contact: Kate Kennett
http://www.motrucking.org http://www.nebtrucking.com Kate@nytrucks.org
http://www.nytrucks.org
Officers New Hampshire Officers
Randy Bruton, Chairman
Associated Wholesale Grocers Joseph Peplinski, Safety
Maintenance Assn. of Granite State Chairman
rbruton@awginc.com
P.O. Box 282 Haylor, Freyer & Coon, Inc.
417-875-4143
Concord, NH 03302-0282 Swede Oun, Maintenance Chairman
Contact: Wayne Peasley O&K Truck Repairs
Scott Kennedy, Vice Chairman
V: 877-525-3581 Arthur Kappel, Metro Region
Transland
wpeasley@comcast.net Cablevision
Scott.kennedy@drivetransland.com
http://www.nhmags.com Andy Laing, Eastern Region
417-829-1244
DeCrescente Distributing Company
Officers John Penizotto, Central Region
Nick Forte, Treasurer/Secretary,
Rick Fournier, President Cortex
Prime, Inc.
City of Nashua Vincent Dinino, Genesee Region
417-866-0001 Emerson Express
V: 603-647-9327
nforte@primeinc.com Donna Crosta, Western Region
Wayne Russell, Secretary
Russell Automotive HazMat Environmental Group
Montana V: 603-895-4000
North Carolina
Motor Carriers of Montana New Jersey
Safety Management Maintenance North Carolina Trucking Association
& Technology Council New Jersey Motor Truck Assn. Technology & Maintenance Council
501 North Sanders Suite 201 Maintenance Council 4000 Westchase Blvd. Ste. 210
Helena MT 59601 160 Tices Lane Raleigh, NC 27607
V: 406-442-6600 East Brunswick, NJ 08816 V: 919-834-0387 ext 224
F: 406-443-4281 V: 732-254-5000 F: 919-281-2747
Contact: Fred Beyer F: 732-613-1745 Contact: Ashleigh Sholar
fbeyer@mttrucking.org Contact: Jack Miller asholar@nctrucking.com
http://www.mttrucking.org edisontr@optimum.net http://www.nctrucking.com
http://www.njmta.org
Officers Council Officers
Dave Gardner, Chairman Officers David Leik, Vice Chairman
Mergenthaler Transfer & Storage Jack Miller, Chairman Epes Transport System
V: 441-0225 Edison Truck Repair Benjamin Phillips, Vice Chairman
dgardner@mergenthaler.net V: 732-985-0331 Chief Express & Logistics
Bob Slaughter, Secretary
Murphy-Brown, LLC
Robert Johnson, Allied Committee
Snider Fleet Solutions
Stacy Earnhardt, Immediate Past
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Officers Pennsylvania
North Dakota Bonne Karim, Chairman
USPS, retired
North Dakota Motor Carriers Assn. V: 405-641-5241 Pennsylvania Motor Truck Assn.
Council in development bonnekarim@yahoo.com Safety Management Council
1937 East Capitol Avenue Bryan Fowler, Vice Chairman 910 Linda Lane
Bismarck, ND 58501 Cummins Southern Plains Camp Hill, PA 17011
V: 701-223-2700 V: 918-607-3312 V: 717-761-7122
F: 701-223-4324 bryan.l.fowler@cummins.com F: 717-761-8434
Contact: Arik Spencer Lew Flowers, Program Chairman Contact: Kevin Stewart
Arik@ndnca.org Flowers Fleet Services kstewart@pmta.org
http://www.ndmca.org V: 405-692-7424 http://www.pmta.org/
lewflowers@cox.net
Compliance & Safety Services OTMC provides monthly programs, Rocky Mountain Fleet
1712 Main Ave, Suite 202 frequent Technical Training
Fargo, ND 58103 Sessions, and the annual SuperTech Management Assn.
V: 701-893-9198 Competition. These programs are
F: 701-364-0899 designed to update attendees on the Rocky Mountain Fleet
Contact: Kelly Krapu latest techniques and procedures Management Association (RMFTA)
Kelly@complianceandsafetyservices.com that help maintenance professionals 1281 E Magnolia Street, Unit D #209
improve operations and reduce cost.
http://www. Fort Collins, CO 80524
OTMC membership is $25/year.
complianceandsafetyservices.com V: 800-667-6362
F: 800-667-6263
Ohio Oregon Contact: Shawna Laird
business.manager@rmfma.org
Oregon Trucking Association http://www.rmfma.org
Ohio Trucking Association
Technology & Maintenance Council http://www.fleetcon.org
Maintenance Council
4005 SE Naef Rd.
21 E. State Street, Suite 900
Portland, OR 97267 Board Officers
Columbus, OH 43215
Contact: Christine Logue Arizona Chapter
V: 614-221-5375
V: 503-513-0005 Frank Samaniego, Chairman
F: 614-221-3717
V: 888-293-0005 520-740-5920
Contact: Larry Woolum
F: 503-513-0008 frank.samaniego@fs.pima.gov
larry@ohiotrucking.org
Christine@ortrucking.org
http://www.ohiotrucking.org
http://www.ortrucking.org Colorado Chapter
David Anderson, Chairman
Officers 720-972-4301
Officers
Rick Morrison, Chairman David.C.Anderson@adams12.org
Mike Vallery, President
Walmart Transportation
Oak Harbor Freight Lines
Larry Woolum, Secretary/Treasurer Nevada Chapter
Ohio Trucking Maintenance Council Mike.vallery@oakh.com
503-289-1018 Keith Wells, Chairman
OTAMC meets on the third Thursday Dean Moyer, 1st Vice President (775)684-1883
of each month. Annual membership kdwells@admin.nv.gov
Kool-Pak
dues are $30. dmoyer@kool-pak.com
Texas Chapter
503-496-4370
Terry Kader, Chairman
Oklahoma Jeffrey Scroggs, 2nd Vice President
940.349.8729
Eaton Corporation
JeffreyScroggs@Eaton.com terry.kader@cityofdenton.com
Oklahoma Trucking Association
Technology & Maintenance Council 360-606-9854
Max Smith, Secretary Utah Chapter
3909 N. Lindsay Avenue
Cummins Northwest Jeremy Estes
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
max.m.smith@cummins.com ATK Launch Systems
V: 405-525-9488
(503) 289-0900, X-1404 801-836-1044
F: 405-525-9490 jestes@lehi-ut.gov
Contact: Bonne Karim
V: 405-641-5241 Meets regularly in Portland, Eugene,
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South Carolina Texas Washington


South Carolina Trucking Association Texas Trucking Association Washington Trucking Association
Technology & Maintenance Council Fleet Maintenance Council Maintenance Council
2425 Devine Street 700 East 11th Street 2102 Carriage Dr. SW.
Columbia, SC 29250 Austin, TX 78701-2673 Olympia WA 98502
V: 803-799-4306 V: 512-478-2541 V: 253-236-3549
F: 803-254-7148 Contact: Lance Shillingburg F: 253-838-1793
Contact: Taryn Shekitka-West lance@texastrucking.com Contact: Mike Southards
taryn@sctrucking.org http://www.texastrucking.com mike@watrucking.org
http://www.sctrucking.org http://www.wtatrucking.org

Officers
Utah Officers
Larry Cockrell, Chairman G.C. Faircloth, Chairman
Mid-Carolina Electric Coop. Utah Trucking Association Eagle Group
Chris Davis, Vice Chairman Safety Management Council
Worldwide Equipment of SC 4181 West 2100 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84104 Wisconsin
Upcoming events listed online at
V: 801-973-9370
http://www.sctrucking.org.
F: 801-973-8515 Wisconsin Motor Carriers Assn.
Contact: Rick Clasby Council of Safety Supervisors
South Dakota rick@utahtrucking.com P.O. Box 44849
http://www.utahtrucking.com Madison, WI 53744-4849
South Dakota Trucking Association V: 608-833-8200
F: 608-833-2875
Safety Management Council Virginia Contact: Neal Kedzie
3801 South Kiwanis Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57105 nkedzie@witruck.org
Virginia Trucking Associations http://www.witruck.org/
V: 605-334-8871
Safety Management Council
F: 605-334-1938
1707 Summit Ave., Suite 110 Wisconsin Fleet Maintenance
Contact: Myron Rau
Richmond, VA 23230 Council
mlrau@southdakotatrucking.com
V: 804-355-5371 P.O. Box 13072
http://www.southdakotatrucking.com
F: 804-358-1374 Green Bay, WI 54307-3072
Contact: Robyn Bolton http://www.wfmcgb.org
Tennessee rbolton@vatrucking.org
http://vatrucking.org/ Officers
Tennessee Trucking Association Jeff Villers, President
Maintenance Council Southwest Virginia president@wfmcgb.org
4531 Trousdale Dr. Transportation Council Randy Johnson, VP/Secretary
Nashville, TN 37204 1814 Hollins Road Cummins N Power
V: 615-777-2882 Roanoke, VA 24012 vicepresident@wfmcgb.org
F: 615-777-2024 http://www.swvatc.com Ron Heim, Treasurer
Contact: Ed Sorrell Truck Euipment
Officers
esorrell@tntrucking.org treasurer@wfmcgb.org
Price Richardson, President
http://www.tntrucking.org V: 540-966-3200, ext. 3235
price_richardson@howellsmotor.com Scholarship Committee
Regional chapters meet together Slim VanDenAvond, Chairman
once a year at a fall seminar. The Chris French, Vice President
cfrench@petroleummarketers.com NAPA Heavy Duty
TTA Fleet Maintenance Council
Tom Palmer, Treasurer scholarship@wfmcgb.org
co-sponsors a number of activities
for the Council, as well. Both the V: 540-344-4488
SMC and the MC have five regional tpalmer@highwaymotors.biz
chapters available to TTA members in John Foxwell, Secretary
Memphis*, Nashville, Chattanooga*, jfoxwell@petroleummarketers.com
Knoxville* and Tri-Cities*
Meetings are the first Monday of each
*Denotes SMC/MC Combined Chapters month at Jersey Lilly’s, Salem, Va.

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Milwaukee Fleet
Maintenance Council

Officers
Jim Woyak
Airoldi Brothers
V: 414-716-0100
jwoyak@airoldibrothers.com
Jim Lone
Master Fleet Services
V: 262-732-4055
jiml@master-fleet.com
Paul Wendelberger
Auto Brake Clutch & Gear
V: 262-781-2224

Central Wisconsin
Fleet Maintenance Council
Tom Bey
Wausau Truck Center
V: 715-359-4216
F: 715-359-9203
tbey@jxe.com

Wyoming
Wyoming Trucking Association
Maintenance Council
555 North Poplar
P.O. Box 1175
Casper, WY 82602
V: 307-234-1579
F: 307-234-7082
Contact: Kathy Cundall
khcundall@aol.com
http://www.wytruck.org

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Technician Skills Competition Schedule


State/Country Date Location Contact

Arizona TBA Avondale Karen Nesta, Arizona Trucking Assn., 602-850-6003, knesta@aztrucking.com

Arkansas July 14 Rogers Sarah Sheets, Arkansas Trucking Assn., 501-372-3462, sarahsheets@arkansastrucking.com

Colorado April 22 Denver Tracy Sakaguchi, Colorado Motor Carriers Assn., 303-433-3375, tracy@cmca.com
Louis Salazar, Denny Transport, 303-433-3375

Delaware May 6 Harrington John Bridges, Walmart, john.bridges@wal-mart.com


Lee Derrickson, Delaware Motor Transport Assn., 302-734-9400, dmta@delawaretrucking.org
Scott Malcolm, Walmart, 302-659-5294, gsmalco@wal-mart.com

Florida March 15 Orlando Shelly Conklin, Landstar, sconklin@landstar.com


Jeff Day, Publix, jeff.day@publix.com
NOTE: Florida Trucking Association membership requirement

Georgia June 8-9 Lawrenceville Barry Parham, Performance Trucking, 678-546-2014, bparham@performancetrucking.com

Illinois June 10 -11 Lisle Eric Gallien, Illinois Trucking Assn., 630-654-0884, eric@iltrucking.org

Indiana June 2-3 Indianapolis Greg Shipman, Vertical Alliance Group, 317-430-1837, gksinfiniti@live.com
NOTE: Indiana Trucking Association membership requirement

Maryland TBA Timonium Tom Farcosky, Fleet Pro, 410-247-1310, taf@fleetpro.com

Maine May 20 Bangor Randy DeVault, Maine Motor Transport Assn., 207-623-4128, randyd@mmta.com

Mississippi April 28-29 Gulfport Billy Higgins, Walmart, 601-835-3651, billy.higgins@wal-mart.co

Missouri April 12 Springfield Jason Ahten, Missouri Trucking Assn., 573-634-3388, jason@motrucking.org
Randy Bruton, Assoc. Wholesale Grocers, 417-875-4143

Montana May 5 Helena David Gardner, Merganthaler Transfer, 406-441-0217, dgardner@merganthaler.net

Nebraska July 13 Hastings Jerry Wessel, Vantage Pointe Homes, 402-580-8069, jkwessel@navix.net
NOTE: Written pre-qualifier 30 days prior to regional hands-on at multiple locations.
Accepts technicians from surrounding states with no state competitions.

New Mexico May 6 Albuquerque Johnny Johnson, New Mexico Trucking Assn., 505--884-5575, jrjohnson@nmtrucking.org

New York June 9-10 Syracuse Kate Kennett, New York State Motor Truck Assn., 518-458-9696, kate@nytrucks.org
NOTE: NYSMTA members only, first year exempt

North Carolina May 11-13 Winston Salem Joe Phillips, Eagle Transport, 919-422-3897, joe.phillips@eagletransportcorp.com

Ohio May 19-20 Sandusky Larry Woolum, Ohio Trucking Assn., 614-221-5375, larry@ohiotrucking.org

Oregon April 15 Portland Mike Vallery, Oak Harbor Freight Lines, 503-538-8232, mike.vallery@oakh.com

Oklahoma May 5 Oklahoma City Bonne Karim, USPS-retired, 405-641-5241, bonnekarim@yahoo.com

South Carolina May 10 Columbia Jim Boyd, Southeastern Freight Lines, jim.boyd@sefl.com
Taryn Shekita-West, SC Trucking Assn., 803-799-4306. taryn@sctrucking.org

Tennessee April 15 Lebanon Greg Shipman, Vertical Alliance Group, 317-430-1837, gksinfiniti@live.com
NOTE: Tennessee Trucking Association membership required

Texas June 9-10 College Station Lance Shillingburg, Texas Trucking Assn., 512-478-2541, lance@texastrucking.com
NOTE: Written regional pre-qualifier to be held, date TBD.

Utah April 7-8 Provo Jerry Hansen, TATC, 435-830-1244, jhansen@tatc.edu.

Wisconsin June 2-3 Pewaukee Susan Webb, Wisconsin Trucking Assn., 608-833-8200 x12, sfwebb@witrucking.org

TMCSuperTech Sept. 17-21 Orlando, Fla. George Arrants, contest chairman, 281-850-1676, george@georgearrants.com

Mexico Aug. 22-24 Mexico City Francisco Saldana, Alcoa Wheel Products, (01-411)6612093, francisco.saldana@alcoa.com
(Tentative) NOTE: Held in conjunction with TMC dé México Meeting.

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Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance - State Contacts

M embers of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) have signed a memorandum of understanding that
guarantees uniform inspection procedures and reciprocity across state lines and Canadian provinces. U.S. states
and territories, all Canadian provinces and territories participate in the Alliance. Following is a list of state enforcement
agency contacts. These are also the contacts for Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program (MCSAP), a cooperative
endeavor between the Federal government and states to enforce Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. These
regulations include specific vehicle maintenance requirements. Contact CVSA at 301-564-1623. http://www.cvsa.org

Alabama California District of Columbia


Capt. Jessie Peoples Sgt. Joshua Clements Sgt. James Schaefer
Highway Patrol Division California Highway Patrol D.C. Metropolitan Police Dept.
301 S Ripley Street Commercial Vehicle Division Motor Carrier Safety Unit
Montgomery, AL 36104 601 North 7th Street 501 New York Avenue NW
Phone: 334-517-2838 Sacramento, CA 95811 Washington, DC 20001
Fax: 334-277-3285 V: 916-843-3400 V: 202-359-6260
jessie.peoples@dps.alabama.gov F: 916-446-2688 F: 202-727-8241
joclements@chp.ca.gov james.schaefer@dc.gov
Alaska
Colorado Florida
Daniel Smith, Director
Measurement Standards & Capt. Raymond Fisher Eileen Zaleski
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Colorado State Patrol Florida Highway Patrol
Alaska Dept. of Transportation 15075 S Golden Road Commercial Vehicle Enforcement
& Public Facilities Golden, CO 80401 2900 Apalachee Parkway
11900 Industry Way, Bldg. M, Suite 2 V: 303-273-1875 Tallahassee, FL 32399
Anchorage, AK 99515 F: 303-273-1939 V: 850-617-3118
V: 907-365-1210 raymond.fisher@state.co.us F: 850-617-5150
F: 907-365-1220 eileenzaleski@flhsmv.gov
dan.smith1@alaska.gov
Connecticut
Georgia
Arizona Lt. Donald Bridge
Commercial Vehicle Safety Division Maj. Johnny Jones
Capt. Brian Preston Department of Motor Vehicles Georgia Department of Public Safety
Department of Public Safety 60 State Street, Room 263 959 E Confederate Avenue, SE
Highway Patrol - Commercial Vehicle Wethersfield, CT 06161-5510 Atlanta, GA 30316
Enforcement V: 860-263-5469 V: 404-624-7212
2102 W Encanto Blvd., MD 3016 F: 860-263-5587 F: 404-624-7299
Phoenix, AZ 85009 donald.bridge@ct.gov jjones@gsp.net
V: 602-223-2826
F: 602-223-2918
bpreston@azdps.gov Delaware Hawaii
Sgt. Dan Parks Susan Chang
Arkansas Delaware State Police Motor Carrier Safety Manager
P.O. Box 430 Hawaii Department of Transportation
Maj. Jay Thompson Dover, DE 19903 601 Kamokila Blvd., #511
Arkansas Highway Police V: 302-378-5230 Kapolei, HI 96707
10324 Interstate 30 F: 302-378-5231 V: 808-692-7657
Little Rock, AR 72209-2261 daniel.parks@state.de.us F: 808-692-7665
V: 501-569-2421 susan.chang@hawaii.gov
F: 501-569-4998
jay.thompson@arkansashighways.com

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Idaho Kentucky Michigan


Capt. Tim Horn John E. Smoot Capt. Michael Krumm
Idaho State Police MCSAP & Federal Training Coordinator Michigan State Police
700 S Stratford Drive Kentucky State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Div.
Meridian, ID 83642 Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Div. 333 South Grand Avenue
V: 208-884-7222 1250 Louisville Road Lansing, MI 48909
F: 208-884-7192 Frankfort, KY 40601-1208 V: 517-241-0447
tim.horn@isp.idaho.gov V: 502-782-2044 F: 517-241-0501
F: 502-564-7222 krummm@michigan.gov
Illinois johne.smoot@ky.gov
Minnesota
Master Sgt. Todd Armstrong Louisiana
Illinois State Police Capt. Jon Olsen
Commercial Vehicle Section Lt. Adrian Kelleher Minnesota State Patrol
801 South 7th St., Ste. 200-N Louisiana State Police 1110 Centre Pointe Curve, Suite 410
Springfield, IL 62703 7919 Independence Boulevard Mendota Heights, MN 55120
V: 217-782-6629 Baton Rouge, LA 70806 V: 651-405-6180
F: 217-524-2391 V: 225-925-6113, ext. 234 F: 651-405-6199
todd_armstrong@isp.state.il.us F: 225-925-1734 jonathan.olsen@state.mn.us
adrian.kelleher@la.gov
Indiana Mississippi
Maine
Maj. Michael Eslinger Capt. Scott Carnegie, Chief Inspector
Indiana State Police Lt. Robert Nichols Department of Public Safety
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Div. Maine State Police Motor Carrier Unit
7811 Millhouse Rd., Suite S 36 Hospital Street 1900 East Woodrow Wilson
Indianapolis, IN 46241 Augusta, ME 04333 P.O. Box 958
V: 317-615-7431 V: 207-624-8932 Jackson, MS 39205
F: 317-821-2350 F: 207-287-5247 V: 601-987-1212
meslinger@isp.in.gov robert.n.nihols@maine.gov F: 601-987-1215
scarnegie@dps.ms.gov
Iowa Maryland
Missouri
Chief David Lorenzen John Rotz, Assistant Chief
Iowa Department of Transportation Motor Carrier Division Jeremy Hodges, Manager
Motor Vehicle Enforcement Maryland State Highway Admin. Commercial Motor Vehicle Program
6310 SE Convenience Blvd. 7491 Connelley Drive Department of Transportation
Ankeny, IA 50021 Hanover, MD 21076 Traffic & Highway Safety Office
V: 515-237-3219 V: 410-582-5735 P.O. Box 279, 830 MoDOT Dr.
F: 515-237-3387 F: 410-787-2863 Jefferson City, MO 65109
david.lorenzen@dot.iowa.gov jrotz@sha.state.md.us V: 573-751-5419
F: 573-634-5977
Kansas Massachusetts jeremy.hodges@modot.mo.gov

Capt. Christopher J. Turner Commander Thomas Fitzgerald


Kansas Highway Patrol Massachusetts State Police
700 SW Jackson Street, Suite 704 906 Elm Street
Topeka, KS 66603 Concord, MA 01742
V: 785-296-7189 V: 978-369-1004
F: 785-296-2858 F: 978-369-5353
cturner@khp.ks.gov thomas.fitzgerald@massmail.state.ma.us

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Montana New Mexico Ohio


Chief Dennis Hult Capt. David Abeita Alan Martin, Deputy Director
MCS Operations Bureau Department of Public Safety Public Utilities Commission
Department of Transportation Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Transportation Department
2701 Prospect Avenue Bureau. 180 E Broad Street, 14th Floor
Helena, MT 59601 2550 Cerrillos Rd. Columbus, OH 43215-3793
V: 406-444-9237 Santa Fe, NM 87505 V: 614-466-0785
F: 406-444-9263 V: 505-476-2459 F: 614-752-8349
dhult@mt.gov F: 505-476-2461 alan.martin@puc.state.oh.us
bryan.credeur@state.nm.us
Nebraska Oklahoma
New York
Capt. Gerry Krolikowski Lt. Ronald Jenkins
Nebraska State Patrol William Leonard, Director Oklahoma Highway Patrol
3920 West Kearney Motor Carrier Compliance Bureau Motor Carrier Division
Lincoln, NE 68524 Department of Transportation 220 NE 38th Terrace
V: 402-471-8624 50 Wolf Road, POD 53 Oklahoma City, OK 73105
F: 402-471-3295 Albany, NY 12232 V: 405-521-6060
gerry.krolikowski@nebraska.gov V: 518-457-2019 F: 405-702-0819
F: 518-457-3627 rjenkins@dps.state.ok.us
william.leonard@dot.ny.gov
Nevada
Oregon
Lt. Roy R. Baughman North Carolina
Nevada Highway Patrol David McKane, Manager
555 Wright Way Lt. Steven G. Massey Safety Programs
Carson City, NV 89711 North Carolina State Highway Patrol Oregon Department of Transportation
V: 775-687-8346 Motor Carrier Enforcement Section Motor Carrier Transportation Division
F: 775-687-8343 4702 Mail Service Center 3930 Fairiew Industrial Dr. SE
rbaughman@dps.state.nv.us Raleigh, NC 27699 Salem, OR 97302
V: 919-715-8683 V: 503-373-0884
F: 919-715-8196
New Hampshire steven.massey@ncshp.org
F: 503-373-1940
david.j.mckane@odot.state.or.us

Sgt. William Burke


New Hampshire State Police North Dakota Pennsylvania
Troop G
33 Hazen Drive Capt. Eldon Mehrer Lt. Robert J. Krol, Jr.
Concord, NH 03305 Motor Carrier Operations Pennsylvania State Police
V: 603-223-8965 North Dakota Highway Patrol Commercial Vehicle Safety Section
F: 603-271-1760 600 E. Boulevard Ave., Dept. 504 1800 Herr St.
william.burke@dos.nh.gov Bismarck, ND 58505 Harrisburg, PA 17103-1540
V: 701-328-4294 V: 717-346-7351
F: 701-328-1717
New Jersey epmehrer@nd.gov
F: 717-346-7338
rkrol@pa.gov

Kevin Conover
Section Chief of Freight Services
Department of Transportation
Bureau of Trucking Services
1035 Parkway Ae., 3rd Fl, M.O.B. Bldg.
Trenton, NJ 08625
V: 609-530-3482
F: 609-530-5270
kevin.conover@dot.state.nj.us

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Puerto Rico Texas Washington


Jose Miranda Ramos Maj. Jeremy C. Nordloh Jason Berry, Assistant Chief
MCSAP Program Director Texas Department of Public Safety Washington State Patrol
Public Service Commission Highway Patrol Division Commercial Vehicle Division
Calle Boris 1608, Carr #1 P.O. Box 4087 P.O. Box 42600
Edificio La Electronica Austin, TX 78773 Olympia, WA 98504-2600
San Juan, PR 00918 V: 512-424-2775 V: 360-596-4109
V: 787-756-1919 F: 512-424-7788 F: 360-596-3829
jmmiranda@csp.gobierno.pr chris.nordloh@dps.texas.gov jason.berry@wsp.wa.gov

Rhode Island Utah West Virginia


Sgt. John E. Furtado Chad Sheppick Reggie Bunner, Manager
Rhode Island State Police Operations Manager Special Operations
Commercial Enforcement Unit Utah Department of Transportation Public Service Commission
311 Danielson Pike 4501 South Constitution Blvd. P.O. Box 812
North Scituate, RI 02857 P.O. Box 148240 Charleston, WV 25323
V: 401-444-1140 Salt Lake City, UT 84129 V: 304-561-4637
F: 401-444-1141 V: 801-965-4781 F: 304-340-3755
john.furtado@risp.dps.ri.gov csheppick@utah.gov rbunner@psc.state.wv.us

South Carolina Vermont Wisconsin


Col. Leroy Taylor, Deputy Director Capt. William Elovirta Capt. Brian Ausloos
Department of Public Safety Vermont Motor Vehicle Department Wisconsin State Patrol
10311 Wilson Blvd., Bldg. C 2 - 44 120 State Street, 3rd Floor West Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 1993 Montpelier, VT 05603-0001 4802 Sheboygan Avenue, Room 551
Blythewood, SC 29016 V: 802-828-2078 Madison, WI 53707
V: 803-896-4622 F: 802-828-2092 V: 608-709-0070
F: 803-896-5106 william.elovirta@state.vt.us F: 608-267-9600
leroytaylor@scdps.gov brian.ausloos@dot.wi.gov
Virginia
South Dakota Wyoming
Lt. Ronald C. Maxey, Jr.
Capt. John Broers Virginia State Police Capt. Scot Montgomery
South Dakota Highway Patrol Safety Division Motor Carrier Unit Wyoming Highway Patrol
118 W. Capitol Avenue 7700 Midlothian Turnpike Commercial Carrier Section
Pierre, SD 57501-2000 North Chesterfield, VA 23235 5300 Bishop Blvd.
V: 605-773-4578 V: 804-674-2005 Cheyenne, WY 82009-3340
F: 605-773-7144 F: 804-674-2916 V: 307-777-4312
john.broers@state.sd.us ron.maxey@vsp.virginia.gov F: 307-777-4282
scott.montgomery@wyo.gov
Tennessee
Capt. Brandon C. Douglas
Tennessee Highway Patrol
CVE Administration/Davis Quad 3
1228 Foster Ave.
Nashville, TN 37243
V: 615-743-4972
F: 615-253-2280
brandon.douglas@tn.gov

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Professional Truck Driver Institute


555 E. Braddock Road, Alexandria, VA 22314
V: 703-647-7015
F: 703-836-6610

T he Professional Truck Driver Institute (PTDI) is a national nonprofit organization sponsored


by the trucking industry to advance truck driver training, proficiency, safety and profes-
sionalism to industry standards. It evaluates compliance with 32 certification standards,
which include administration, curriculum, instructional personnel, training vehicles, instruc-
tion and evaluation. PTDI-certified courses are currently offered at 61 schools in 21 states
and one Canadian province.
The following schools offer entry-level truck driver training courses that are certified as having met the PTDI stan-
dards for truck driver training. The list is believed to be accurate as of the date compiled. However, it is the responsi-
bility of users and prospective students to determine whether a specific course is certified before enrolling in a driver
training course. Many schools have a number of truck driving courses and not all are certified by PTDI. The status
of any school’s course certification may be determined by calling the Professional Truck Driver Institute at 703-647-
7015, sending e-mail to ptdi@truckload.org, or checking the website at http://www.ptdi.org.
When looking for a school, please include adjacent states in your search. If you do not see a school that will work
for you, please read our “Checklist for Quality Courses” found at http://www.ptdi.org.

Alaska Arizona Idaho


Center for Employment Education American Institute of Trucking (AIT) College of Western Idaho
520 E. 34th Avenue, Ste. 201 440 S. 54th Ave. Professional Truck Driving
Anchorage, AK 99503 Phoenix, AZ 85043 5252 Treasure Valley Way
907-279-8451 602-233-2222; 602-233-2222 Nampa, ID 83687
800-478-4233 (within AK only) 800-442-3221; 208-562-2050
Swift Driving Academy
Northern Industrial Training 2200 W. 75th Ave. Sage Technical Services
1740 N. Terrilou Ct. Phoenix, AZ 85043 418 S. Kit Ave.
Palmer, AK 99645 800-800-2200; 602-477-3626 Caldwell, ID 83606
888-367-6482; 907-357-6400; 800-858-6304; 208-454-1209

Vocational Training
Delaware Sage Technical Services
& Resource Center 3448 N. Huetter Road
3239 Hospital Drive Delaware Technical Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
Juneau, AK 99801 & Community College
208-765-6346
800-344-1432 x7375; 907-463-7375 21179 College Drive
Georgetown, DE 19947
Swift Driving Academy
Vocational Training 302-856-4655
1428 7th Ave. N.
& Resource Center Lewiston, ID 83501
Mailing Georgia 866-282-5501; 208-746-0178
3239 Hospital Drive
Juneau, AK 99801
Location
Epeditionary Combat Support Illinois
Training & Certification Center
615 Stedman St. U.S. Air Force
Ketchikan, AK 99901 John Wood Community College
1453 Ridenour Drive
800-344-1432 x7375; 907-463-7375 Mailing
Dobbins ARB, GA 30069
1301 S. 48th St.
678-655-3839
Yuut Elitnaurviat Quincy, IL 62305
Yuut Driving Academy Training
32610 Akiachak Drive 4220 Koch’s Lane
Bethel, AK 99559-0869 Quincy. IL 62305
907-543-0999 217-641-4971

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Progressive Truck Driving School Maryland National Tractor Trailer School


Mailing 175 Katherine St.
5538 W. Belmont Ave., Buffalo, NY 14210-2007
Chicago, IL 60641 All-State Career 800-562-1332; 716-849-6887
Training 2200 Broening Highway, Ste 160
1900 N. Austin Rd.) Baltimore, MD 21224 National Tractor Trailer School
877-235-2329; 773-736-5522 800-TRAIN-18; 410-631-1818 4650 Buckley Rd.
Liverpool, NY 13088
Progressive Truck Driving School College of Southern Maryland 800-243-9300; 315-451-2430
Mailing Center for Transportation Training
5538 W. Belmont Ave. Mailing
Chicago, IL 60641 8730 Mitchell Road North Carolina
Training P. O. Box 910
3475 S. Cicero Avenue La Plata, MD 20646-0910 Caldwell Community College
Cicero, IL 60804 Training & Technical Institute
877-235-2329; 773-736-5522 5825 Radio Station Rd.) 2855 Hickory Blvd.
La Plata, MD 20646-0910 Hudson, NC 28638
Progressive Truck Driving School 301-934-7870 828-726-2380
Mailing
Caldwell Community College
5538 W. Belmont Ave., Michigan & Technical Institute at Catawba
Chicago, IL 60641
Valley Community College
Training
Baker College of Cadillac Mailing
1945 Bernice Road
9600 E. 13th St. 2550 Hwy. 70 SE
Lansing, IL 60438
Cadillac, MI 49601 Hickory, NC 28602
877-235-2329; 773-736-5522
231-876-3100 Location
1223 Fairgrove Church Road SE, Con-
Iowa Baker College of Flint over, N.C.)
Center for Transportation Technology 828-726-2386
Des Moines Area Community College 1717 S. Dort Highway
Flint, MI 48503
Transportation Institute
810-766-2260
Oklahoma
2081 N.E. 54th Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50313
Central Tech Transportation
515-965-7450 Montana & Safety Education
3 CT Circle
Iowa Central Community College
SAGE Technical Services Drumright, OK 74030
Transportation Technology Center
5236 Holiday Ave. 800-458-7825; 918-352-7311
Mailing
Billings, MT 59101
One Triton Circle
800-545-4546; 406-652-3030 Pennsylvania
Fort Dodge, IA 50501
Training
1106 South 32nd St. New Mexico A. Duie Pyle Truck Driving Academy
Fort Dodge, IA 50501 650 Westtown Road
800-362-2793, x1967; 515-574-1967 Central New Mexico PO Box 564
Community College West Chester, PA 19381
Kirkwood Community College 525 Buena Vista SE, Trades Dept. 610-350-3069; 800-523-5020
101 50th Ave. SW Albuquerque, NM 87106-4023
Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 505-224-3711 All-State Career School
319-398-1245 501 Seminole
New York Lester, PA 19029
610-521-1818
Certification Dates: 12/10/15-12/31/20
Commercial Driver Training
600 Patton Avenue
West Babylon, NY 11704
631-249-1330

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All-State Career School Tennessee


1200 Lebanon Road, Ste. 101
West Mifflin, PA 15122
412-823-1818 Swift Professional Driving Academy
1940 E. Brooks Rd.
Lebanon County Career School/ Memphis, TN 38116
Sage Trucking School 800-553-4718; 901-344-6344
755 E. Cumberland St.
Lebanon, PA 17042 Texas
800-694-8804; 717-274-8804
Houston Community College
Lehigh Career & Technical Institute Northeast Commercial Truck
4500 Education Park Drive Driving Center
Schnecksville, PA 18078-2599 555 Community College Dr.
610-799-1345; 877-440-7544 Houston, TX 77013
http://www.lcti.org/adulted or 713-718-8200

Northampton Community College Swift Driving Academy


Driver Training Program 2450 S. Business Highway 45
2411 Route 715, Kapp Hall, Room 021 Corsicana, TX 75110
Tannersville, PA 18372 903-872-2077
570-369-1885

Professional Drivers Academy Washington


P. O. Box 475
Housels Run Rd. Bates Technical College
Milton Industrial Park 2201 S. 78th St.
Milton, PA 17847 Tacoma, WA 98409-5847
800-875-2511; 570-523-3100 253-680-7400

Regional Equipment Operator


Training School
Wisconsin
PA Air National Guard
15010 Range Road Fox Valley Technical College/
Fort Indiantown Gap J.J. Keller Transportation Center
Annville, PA 17003 1825 N. Bluemound Drive
717-861-1202 Appleton, WI 54912
800-735-3882; 920-735-2442
Schuylkill Technology Center
Airport Campus
240 Airport Rd.
Pottsville, PA 17901
570-544-4904

Trans American Technical Institute


109 Trans American Rd.
Jermyn PA 18433
PO Box 321
Carbondale, PA 18407
877-748-8284; 570-222-4884

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A Guide to TMC Recommended Practices

T
MC’s Recommended Practices Manual has been recognized throughout the heavy-
duty commercial vehicle maintenance arena for more than 30 years as being one
of the leading maintenance guides for commercial vehicles and contains the best
equipment maintenance and maintenance shop management information available.
This comprehensive manual contains more than 350 Recommended Practices
(RPs). A Recommended Practice is a specification or practice-the adoption of which is
voluntary -that is used to assist fleets and equipment manufacturers in the purchase,
design, maintenance and performance of their equipment. TMC issues two types of RPs:
Recommended Maintenance Practices, and Recommended Engineering Practices.
Recommended Maintenance Practices are voluntary practices that assist equipment
users, vehicle/component manufacturers, and other industry suppliers in the maintenance
of commercial vehicle equipment. They also include informational documents that cover
technical aspects of maintenance, equipment and supporting technologies.
Recommended Engineering Practices are voluntary practices that assist equipment
users, vehicle/ component manufacturers, and other industry suppliers in the design,
specification, construction and performance of commercial vehicle equipment.
What follows is a description of each RP that appear in the current edition of TMC’s
Recommended Practices Manual.

* Will appear in TMC’s 2017 Recommended Ordering Information


Practices Manual Supplement.

ELECTRICAL- S.1 TMC’s Recommended Practices Manual


RP 101C Heavy-Duty Truck Alternator Mounting — Dis-
cusses location and installation procedures
Two-Volume Set
Featuring All TMC RPs
and mounting material selection for maximum
charging system life. Procedure covers mount-
(Product # T0010)
ing bracket, adjusting strap, pulleys, bushings,
and associated hardware. Also describes alter- TMC/ATA Members
nator mounting maintenance procedures. $249.00 each
RP 105D Battery Cable Assemblies — Gives recommen-
dations for proper selection and installation of
Non-Members
battery cables to obtain maximum cranking $329.00 each
circuit performance. This RP covers battery
cables, terminals, heat shielding, grounding
techniques, wire gauge, and replacement wire
selection.

RP 106 6-Volt vs. 12-Volt Battery Study — Discusses ATA Business Solutions
the relative merits of 6-volt vs. 12-volt batteries 703-838-1700; 866-821-3468 (Toll-free)
for linehaul trucks. Covers battery life, hook-up,
installation configurations, effects of electrical Order online at:
problems, and gives usage statistics for both http://www.ATABusinessSolutions.com
types of battery systems.

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RP 107C Seven Conductor Truck-Trailer and Converter RP 123A Standardization of Speedometer and Tachom-
Dolly Jumper Cable and Connector Selec- eter Signals — Establishes a standard vehicle
tion — Covers the minimum requirements for and engine speed signal and frequency that
heavy-duty tractor- trailer and converter dolly can be used by any electronic device on a
jumper cables and connectors. heavy-duty vehicle requiring knowledge of
speed/distance or engine revolution informa-
RP 109A Battery Ratings and Engine Cranking Require-
tion.
ments — Defines cold cranking ampere and
reserve capacity ratings and gives recommen- RP 124A Heavy-duty Headlamp Design Specifications —
dations to achieve adequate engine cranking Provides specifications for heavy-duty head-
performance and long-term cranking system lamps for use both by lamp users and lamp
reliability. manufacturers.

RP 110C Low-Tension Cable for Heavy-duty Truck-Trac- RP 125A Battery Vibration Standards — Replaces
tor Wiring Systems — This RP provides existing battery mounting guidelines with one
guidelines for spec’ing low-tension cables for to offer both truck manufacturers and fleets an
heavy-duty truck/tractor wiring systems. alternative to mounting batteries between the
frame rails to increase battery life.
RP 111B Circuit Protection — Covers guidelines for cir-
cuit protection of heavy-duty truck-tractor D.C. RP 127B Fleet Service Light Bulb Specifications —
wiring systems. Identifies heavy-duty lamps and includes a
specifications chart for most light bulbs used in
RP 112A Terminals for Heavy-duty Truck-Tractor Primary
heavy-duty vehicle applications.
Wiring Systems — Covers design criteria,
performance specifications, and application RP 128B Turn Signal and Warning Hazard Flashers. This
guidelines for primary wiring terminals. RPcovers the design and application of motor
vehicle turn signal and hazard warning flashers
RP 113B Electrical System Connectors- Covers mini-
for heavy-duty vehicle applications.
mum general guidelines for the design, per-
formance, and application of connectors and RP 129A Heavy-Duty Vehicle Cranking And Charging
insulators for heavy-duty motor vehicles. Troubleshooting: 12-Volt Systems — Provides
preventative maintenance and troubleshooting
RP 114B Wiring Harness Protection- Covers minimum
procedures for heavy-duty vehicle starting and
guidelines for protection of wiring harnesses
charging systems.
from the operating and environmental condi-
tions encountered on heavy duty-truck tractors. RP 130 Guidelines to Determine Requirements of
Charging Systems — Aids in fleet specification
RP 115 Speedometer and Tachometer Cable Require-
of charging system components by recom-
ments — Discusses application, installation,
mending the best charging system for a given
testing, and lubrication of light-and heavy-duty
vehicle designed for a specific use.
speedometer and tachometer cables.
RP 131B High-CCA Battery Applications for Commercial
RP 116 Installing Instruments, Gauges & Speedom-
Vehicles. This RP offers spec’ing guidelines for
eters — Discusses proper mounting, wiring,
selecting commercial vehicle batteries for appli-
and reliability determination for electrical and
cations requiring high cold-cranking amperage
mechanical gauges and transducers.
(CCA).
RP 118A Turn Signal Switches — Covers design criteria,
RP 132B Battery Charging, Testing, and Handling. This
minimum performance, and test specifications
updated RP covers proper procedures for
for heavy-duty truck turn signal switches.
heavy truck battery charging, testing and han-
RP 120B Wiring System Identification — Covers the min- dling.
imum requirements for wiring system identifica-
RP 133 High CCA Battery Applications for Class 2 to
tion on heavy-duty trucks and tractor-trailers.
6 Commercial Vehicles — This Recommend-
RP 121A Electrical Connector System for Auxiliary ed Practice points out potential application
Starting and Off-Board Diagnostics — Covers problems for the entire cranking system when
detail, dimension, and design of the plug and utilizing high CCA batteries in place of standard
receptacle which must mate properly to permit batteries in Class 2 to 6 commercial vehicles.
interchangeable use of different manufacturers’ Covers effects on the starter, battery cables,
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RP 134A Starter/Alternator Rebuild Performance Stan- RP 143 Light Emitting Diode (LED) Technology — De-
dard Guidelines. This RP offers performance scribes benefits and features of LEDs when
guidelines for rebuilding starters and alternators. spec’ing heavy-duty signaling and marking
devices. Offers spec’ing recommendations on
RP 135 Multi-Pin Connector Repairs — Provides fleet
connectors and wiring for LEDs and offers re-
maintenance organizations with an effective
turn on investment formula for making purchas-
guide for obtaining the proper multi-pin con-
ing decisions.
nector repair products and services. The Rec-
ommended Practice is not intended to define RP 144 Minimum Performance Requirements for In-
repair procedures because of the vast number Cab Trailer ABS Malfunction Lamps — Iden-
of different connector systems on the market. tifies minimum performance requirements for
Instead, the Recommended Practice defines ABS warning lamps.
what products and services fleets should
RP 145 Symbols for Electrical Circuit Protection — This
expect to receive from connector suppliers.
RP endorses an SAE Recommended Practice
This product definition is necessary to simply
that standardizes electrical circuit symbology.
the repair of a wide range of types of multi-pin
connectors used in today’s wiring systems. RP 146 Identification of Standardized Electrical Circuits
for Class 8 Vehicles — This RP endorses an
RP 136A Isolated Battery Systems — Provides guide-
SAE Recommended Practice that standardizes
lines for the design of isolated/split battery
electrical circuit identification.
systems to enable cab accessory units to be
electrically powered without drawing on the RP 147 SAE J560 Plug and Receptacle Wire-to-Termi-
primary/starting system of the vehicle or retro- nal Interface Performance Guidelines — This
fitting an existing vehicle to an isolated system. RP establishes new equipment-user driven
performance guidelines for the SAE J560 plug
*RP 137D Antilock Electrical Supply From Tractors
and receptacle wire-to-terminal interface.
Through the SAE J560 Seven Pin Connector
— This RP specifies the power that is to be RP 148 Exterior Lighting Systems for Signaling, Marker,
made available at end of the seven-conductor Clearance and Identification Lamps — This RP
electrical cord from the tractor (or front of the offers guidelines for exterior lighting systems.
trailer) for the trailer’s antilock braking system
RP 149 Alternator Drive Standardization — This RP
(ABS) through both the stop lamp and dedicat-
offers guidelines for alternator drive standard-
ed power circuit.
ization.
RP 138A Auxiliary Forward Lighting — This Recom-
RP 150 Alternator Terminal Standardization — This RP
mended Practice provides fleets, truck manu-
offers guidelines for alternator terminal stan-
facturers, and component manufacturers with
dardization.
guidelines for the proper installation of auxiliary
forward lighting devices to help conform to RP 151 Guidelines for Extending Headlamp Life — This
various state regulations. Such devices include RP offers guidelines for extending headlamp
daytime running lights (DRLs) and fog lamps, life.
the use of which can be desirable under certain
RP 152 Performance Guidelines for Cab and Sleeper
environmental conditions. The RP also provides
Interior Lighting — This RP offers guidelines for
a current list of state regulations covering a
cab and sleeper interior lighting.
variety of auxiliary forward lighting devices.
RP 153 Lamp-to-Connector Interface Guidelines —
RP 139B Battery Selection Criteria — This RP is an up-
This RP offers guidelines on lamp-to-connector
date of RP 139, offering guidelines on selecting
interfaces.
batteries for commercial vehicles.
RP 154 Guidelines for Wiring Harness, Routing, Clamp-
*RP 141A Trailer ABS Power Supply Requirements — This
ing and Protection — This RP offers guidelines
Recommended Practice (RP) specifies perfor-
on wiring harness, routing clamping and pro-
mance recommendations for trailer electrical
tection.
systems to ensure adequate power is available
for trailer antilock braking system (ABS) needs. RP 155 Selection and Application of Corrosion Pre-
ventive Materials for Electrical Terminals and
RP 142 High-Speed Data Link Cable Repair Guidelines
Connectors — This RP covers selection and
— Identifies recommended materials and meth-
application of corrosion prevention materials.
ods to repair or add a device to high-speed
data link cables.

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RP 156A Electrical Circuit Protection Components — cations for a universal, low-voltage (maximum
This RP covers electrical circuit protection 60 volts) primary wiring cable that meets the
components. performance requirements needed for servicing
heavy-duty truck, tractor or trailer electrical
RP 157 Service And Installation Guidelines For Citizen
systems.
Band Radio Antenna Systems — This RP cov-
ers service and installation guidelines for CB RP 167 Vehicle Electrical Fires: Causes and Preventive
radio antenna systems. Solutions. This RP provides insight into the
causes of in-service vehicle electrical fires. It
RP 158 Wiring And Circuit Protection Guidelines For
also offers preventive solutions based on main-
12-Volt Cab And Sleeper Power Outlets-This
tenance and operational practices, covering
RP covers wiring and circuit protection guide-
Class 7-8 heavy-duty vehicles.
lines for cab and sleeper power outlets.
RP 168 Design Recommendations for Preventing Ve-
RP 159 Installation and Inspection Guidelines for
hicle Fires. The purpose of this RP is to provide
Seven Conductor Truck-Trailer/Converter
design recommendations for preventing vehicle
Dolly Jumper Cable and Connector — This RP
electrical fires. It covers Class 7-8 heavy-duty
covers installation and inspection guidelines for
commercial vehicles.
combination vehicle electrical connectors and
cables. RP 169 Road Service Diagnostic Evaluation Process.
The purpose of this RP is to offer safe and
RP 160 Wiring And Circuit Protection Guidelines For
effective procedures for systematically con-
12-Volt DC to 120-Volt AC In-Cab Inverter
ducting a proper diagnostic evaluation of the
Systems — This RP covers wiring and circuit
primary electrical system — batteries, starter,
protection guidelines for in cab inverter sys-
alternator, and cabling — during a road service
tems commonly used on tractors.
call.
RP 161 Forward Lighting Aiming Methods — This pro-
*RP 170A Chassis-To-Body Electrical Interface Guide-
posed RP offers guidelines for forward lighting
lines For Vocational/Refuse Trucks — This
aiming methods.
RP provides the vocational/refuse industry a
*RP 162A Design Guidelines For Electrochemical Capac- common electrical interface connection that is
itors Used In Starting Applications — This RP environmentally sealed, contains all required
offers background information and specification electrical circuits and is located in a standard-
guidelines for electrochemical capacitors used ized location.
in starting applications.
RP 171 High-Performance Coatings for Forward
RP 163 Power Inverter Selection Recommendations Lighting On Commercial Trucks. The purpose
— This proposed RP offers guidelines for of this RP is to provide guidelines for specifying
selecting power inverters for Class 7-8 vehicle forward lighting coating systems for plastic
applications. headlamps that not only meet applicable fed-
eral requirements but also provide the basis for
RP 164 Proper Jump Start Procedures — This RP
more robust coating performance in on-high-
offers safe and effective procedures for jump
way applications.
starting commercial vehicles equipped with
a 12-volt starting system. It also categorizes RP 172 Recommended Cleaning and Maintenance of
jump starting devices by type and function, and Headlamps for Commercial Vehicles. This RP
addresses what impact jump starting devices provides guidelines for the cleaning, mainte-
and procedures can have on modern vehicle nance and restoration of headlamp systems
electrical systems. used on commercial vehicles. It defines the
expected performance requirements and aug-
RP 165 Proper Electric Arc Welding Procedures For
ments, with specific requirements, the stan-
Vehicles With Sensitive Electronics. — This
dards depicted in the SAE and TMC Recom-
RP offers guidelines for proper electric arc
mended Practices covering the general mainte-
welding procedures in order to protect vehicle
nance of forward lighting coating systems.
electronics.
RP 173 Design Guidelines for ECM Harness and Con-
RP 166 Low-Voltage Primary Electrical Cable Speci-
nectors — This RP offers design guidelines for
fication for Heavy-Duty Electrical Repair. This
ECM harnesses and connectors. (Formerly RP
RP defines the proper terminology and specifi-
349.)

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RP 175 Electric Truck and Bus Conductive Charge RP 211D Rim and Wheel Selection and Maintenance
Interface Guidelines — The purpose of this — Acquaints the user of highway tractors and
RP is to offer design guidelines for the vehi- trailers with rim/wheel nomenclature, types
cle-to-power-grid interface connector used to available, load inflation restrictions, potential
charge powertrain batteries on electric trucks dangers of mismatched multi-piece rim compo-
and buses in commercial service. It covers the nents, dual spacings, and proper maintenance
general physical, electrical, communication practices.
protocol, and performance requirements for the
*RP 212E Industry Recommended Practice For Re-
electric vehicle conductive charge system and
treading Truck and Bus Tires — This RP offers
coupler.
guidelines for the retreading of medium- and
*RP 177 Solar Power For Commercial Vehicles — This heavy-duty truck and bus tires used for
RP offers general information on solar power on-highway service.
components used in 12- and 24-volt systems
RP 213E RMA Truck Tire and Wheel Related Publica-
for commercial vehicles.
tions. This RP provides a list of Rubber Man-
*RP 178 Battery Management and Cable Guidelines For ufacturers Association (RMA) publications for
Meeting Hotel Load Requirements — This RP care and service of truck tires and wheels.
offers general guidelines for alternator and ca-
RP 214D Tire/Wheel End Balance and Runout. This RP
ble sizing when adding batteries to a commer-
offers equipment users suggestions that can
cial vehicle for the purpose of meeting driver
help reduce the vibration, irregular tread wear,
comfort or “hotel load” requirements.
resulting maintenance costs and driver discom-
*RP 179 Liftgate Charging and Pump Motor Diagnostic fort that accompany serious out-of-balance or
and Maintenance Guidelines — This RP offers out-of-round tire/wheel end assemblies.
guidelines for the maintenance and trouble-
RP 215E Sources of Tire & Wheel Information — Gives
shooting of liftgate battery charging and pump
addresses of associations disseminating infor-
motor systems used on commercial combina-
mation on tire retreading, wheels and rims, and
tion vehicles.
tire rubber.
TIRE & WHEEL — S.2
RP 216C Radial Tire Conditions Analysis Guide. This
RP 201E Tire Flap & Rim Dimensions — Relates tire guide is designed to be a reference source and
width and diameter with recommended rim and a training aid, and to assist users in tire grad-
flap widths. ing. It advises users when it may be necessary
to consult with a specialist (original manufactur-
RP 203D Truck Tire Regrooving — Summarizes two cru-
er or retreader) for final determination of a tire’s
cial federal regulations that must be followed
cause of failure.
when regrooving tires.
RP 217D Attaching Hardware for Aluminum Disc Wheels
RP 205B Use of Tire Bead Lubricants — Outlines proper
— Provides information to enable proper selec-
selection and use of tire bead lubricants.
tion of compatible wheels, studs, and nuts for
*RP 206C Radial and Bias Tire Puncture (Nail Hole) Re- use with various types of disc wheel mountings.
pair Procedures — This RP offers guidelines for
RP 218E DOT Tire Identification Codes — Defines DOT
performing puncture (nail hole) and reinforced
tire codes thus simplifying fleet tire record
shoulder repairs in medium-duty (Class 6-8)
keeping and tire identifying procedures.
truck and bus radial and bias tires.
RP 219C Radial Tire Wear Conditions and Causes: A
RP 208E Total Tire Cost Analysis. This RP is designed to
Guide To Wear Pattern Analysis. This RP pro-
help fleet managers track and analyze annual
vides a reference source and training aid which
heavy-duty vehicle tire costs, durability and fuel
will assist the user in identifying radial tire wear
efficiency through the use of the worksheets
patterns and determining causes which can
described in the RP.
then be corrected to minimize irregular wear.
*RP 209F Tire and Rim Safety Procedures — This RP
RP 220D Tire Tread Design Selection. The purpose of
offers safety guidelines for tire and wheel ser-
this RP is to help fleet managers select the
vicing, installation and demounting.
proper tread design for an intended application
RP 210D Radial Tire Construction Terminology — This RP to maximize tire service life and minimize tire
describes radial tire construction terminology. cost per mile. These guidelines apply to tread

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design selection for heavy-truck tires. *RP 233C Radial Tire Nail Hole Repair Training Guide-
lines — This RP establishes minimum training
RP 221E Retread Plant Inspection Guidelines — Pro-
guidelines for radial tire nail hole repair.
vides guidelines for the evaluation and selec-
tion of a tire retread supplier. *RP 234B Valve Hardware Selection Guidelines — This
RP establishes tire valve, core and cap selec-
RP 222C User’s Guide to Wheels and Rims — Covers
tion guidelines for fleet managers and provides
all aspects of wheel and rim damage, prob-
information on additional accessories used with
able cause, and recommended actions. This
these components that facilitate tire inflation
Recommended Practice contains numerous
and are attached to the tire/wheel assembly.
photographs and is available as a separate
publication. *RP 235B Guidelines For Tire Inflation Pressure Mainte-
nance — This RP addresses the relationship
RP 223D Tire Selection Process. This RP is intended
between inflation pressure and tires, and pro-
to make the tire purchaser, fleet operator, or
vides a practical guide for better understanding
maintenance manager aware of major items for
the issues that stem from failing to address this
consideration, and to provide a step-by-step
issue properly in everyday fleet operations.
thought process for selecting the best type of
tire for the application. RP 236A Outsourcing Guidelines for Tire and Wheel
Maintenance. This RP is designed to help fleet
RP 224D Tire Retread Process — Assists the retread
managers make decisions regarding outsourc-
user in understanding the differences and char-
ing of tire and/or wheel maintenance. It offers
acteristics of the various retread processes.
guidelines for identifying appropriate roles,
RP 226D Radial Tire Repair Identifier (Blue Triangle) — responsibilities, expectations, and exchange of
Explains how to properly apply tire repair identi- information, as well as a method for measuring
fication patches to repaired heavy-duty vehicle the benefit of outsourcing tire/wheel mainte-
tires. These patches can prevent the possibility nance.
of the tire (and vehicle) from mistakenly being
RP 237A Retorquing Guidelines for Disc Wheels. This
placed out of service due to what a safety in-
RP offers guidelines regarding the need to
spector or mechanic perceives as a dangerous
retorque disc wheels following installation on a
tire defect and not a normal tire section repair
vehicle.
bulge.
RP 238A Troubleshooting Disc Wheel Looseness. This
RP 228B Guidelines For Wireless Tire Pressure Mon-
RP provides fleets with a logical approach to
itoring Systems (TPMS) for Medium- and
troubleshooting loose stud-piloted and hub-pi-
Heavy-Duty Truck Tires. This RP offers guide-
loted disc wheels used on Class 6-8 commer-
lines for tire pressure monitoring systems
cial vehicles.
(TPMS) that utilize wireless transponders and
readers or processing modules to measure the RP 239A Commercial Vehicle Tire Inflation and/or Mon-
actual tire inflation condition. itoring Systems Guidelines. This RP covers
current capabilities and basic operation of tire
RP 229B Computerized Tire Recordkeeping — This RP
inflation and pressure monitoring systems. It is
provides guidance to fleets trying to establish a
designed to help fleets select tire inflation and
computerized tire recordkeeping system.
monitoring systems for commercial truck tires.
RP 230B Tire Test Procedures for Tread Wear, Service-
RP 240A Steel Wheel and Rim Refinishing Guidelines.
ability and Fuel Economy. The purpose of this
This RP provides guidelines and inspection
RP is to provide fleets guidelines on tire testing
criteria for steel wheel and rim refinishing and
procedures.
for evaluating refinishing suppliers. It describes
RP 231 Wheel System Maintenance Labeling Guide- various types and processes of steel wheel and
lines — Establishes a standard format for wheel rim refinishing systems used today for commer-
system maintenance labels. cial vehicle applications.

RP 232A Zipper Rupture Inspection Procedures for RP 241A Tubeless Disc Wheel Inspection for Undersized
Light- and Medium-Duty Truck Tires — This RP Bead Seats-This RP covers inspection guide-
establishes procedures for identifying “zipper” lines for undersized bead seats on tubeless
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RP 242 Guidelines for Evaluating Tire and Wheel Related used in trailer service-specifically, tire sizes
Products and Systems-This RP offers guidelines 445/50R22.5 and 455/55R22.5.
for evaluating tire and wheel related products.
RP 252 Troubleshooting Radial Tire Irregular Wear. This
RP 243 Tire and Wheel Match Mounting Markings-This RP offers guidelines and a diagnostic process
RP covers identification of tire and wheel match to identify the root cause or causes of radial tire
mounting markings. irregular wear patterns that may develop during
the useful life of the tire. It also provides guide-
RP 244B Bias Tire Conditions Analysis Guide — A
lines to correct these conditions and prevent
detailed guide covering all aspects of bias tire
future occurrences. This RP applies to radial
damage and defects and includes multiple pho-
tires used on Class 6-8 commercial vehicles.
tographs. This guide is an invaluable tool for
the determination of tire failure. Guide is also RP 253 Usage Guidelines for Retreaded Steer Axle
available as a separate publication. Tires. The purpose of this RP is to offer fleets
guidelines for the appropriate use of retreaded
*RP 245A Tire Assembly Balancing With Wheel Weights
tires on steer axles of medium- and heavy-duty
— This RP provides fleets with guidelines for
trucks and tractors.
selecting and installing balance weights that
may or may not contain lead in accordance RP 254 Usage Guidelines for Repaired Steer Axle Tires.
with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agen- The purpose of this RP is to offer fleets and
cy’s National Lead-Free Wheel Weight Initiative. service providers basic repair guidelines and
minimum repair specifications for steer axle
RP 246 Consideration for Products Intended for Use
tires used on medium- and heavy-duty trucks,
Inside Tires. This RP offers guidelines regard-
buses and tractors.
ing consideration of products intended for use
inside of the tire/wheel assembly. RP 256 Inspection Criteria For Steel and Aluminum
Wheel Corrosion and Pitting — This RP pro-
RP 247 Tire Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
vides inspection criteria for steel and aluminum
Device Guidelines (Passive Tags) for Medium-
wheel corrosion or pitting on wheels used on
and Heavy-Duty Truck Tires. This RP provides
Class 6-8 commercial vehicles. It describes
guidelines for the use of passive radio fre-
various locations of wheel corrosion/pitting
quency identification (RFID) tags attached to
and when a wheel should be removed from
medium- and heavy- duty tubeless truck tires.
service. This RP is intended to provide readers
RP 248 Guidelines for Tire Casing Data Marking in the information on many of the common causes
Retread and/or Repair Process. This RP offers that warrant removal of a wheel from service
tire casing marking guidelines for improving but does not — and should not be read to —
the availability of information on medium- and describe all conditions that warrant removing a
heavy-duty truck casing condition and/or history. wheel from service.

RP 249 Safety Issues Related to the Use of Flamma- RP 257 Measuring Wheel End Assembly Runout — The
ble Fluids During Tire Demounting. This RP purpose of this RP is to provide fleets and ser-
covers maintenance guidelines regarding the vice providers with a procedure and list of tools
use of flammable fluids for the tire demounting needed to check wheel end assembly runout
process and how it impacts tire retreadability. at a service location. This procedure applies to
steel or aluminum wheels used on Class 7-8
RP 250 Effects of Extreme Temperatures on Wheel
commercial vehicles.
Torque and Clamp Load. This RP provides fleet
managers and tire technicians information about *RP 258 Tire and Wheel Maintenance Guidelines For
the effects of extreme ambient and wheel end Covered Farm Vehicles & Low Use/Special Mo-
temperature changes on wheel nut torque and bile Equipment Highway Vehicles — This RP of-
clamping force. This RP applies to hub-piloted fers guidelines for maintaining tires and wheels
disc wheels in applications using 22 mm phos- used on covered farm vehicles and low-use/
phate/oil-coated studs and organic-coated nuts. special mobile equipment highway vehicles.

RP 251 Irregular Wear In Low-Profile Metric Wide- *RP 259 Maintenance Considerations For 6x2 Trac-
base Radial Tires Used In Trailer Service. The tor Tires — This RP offers equipment users
purpose of this RP is to describe the most maintenance and operation guidelines for
likely causes of irregular tire wear for 50 and 55 heavy-duty (Class 8) tractors equipped with a
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*RP 260 Specification Considerations For 6x2 Tractor RP 312B Qualifying Questions for Evaluating Aftermarket
Tires — This RP offers guidelines for spec’ing Diesel Fuel Additive Packages. This RP is in-
heavy-duty (Class 8) 6x2 tractors so as to min- tended to provide a list of questions fleet main-
imize the effect this configuration may have on tenance managers should keep in mind when
tire service life, performance and operation. considering the use of diesel fuel additives.
This will assist in making intelligent choices in
ENGINE — S.3
the selection of fuel additives.
RP 301D Maintaining Air Intake Systems — Covers main-
RP 313C Checklist for Cooling System Maintenance —
tenance and service procedures and discusses
This RP provides guidelines for cooling system
intake restriction for oil bath and dry element air
maintenance.
cleaners and intake systems.
RP 317B Fuel/Water Separating Devices — Guides the
RP 302C Fleet Purchasing Specification for Low — Sili-
fleet operator on how to best specify a fuel/wa-
cate, Ethylene Glycol — Base Antifreeze Engine
ter separating device.
Coolant Requiring SCAs — Lists minimum
specifications for ethylene glycol coolant. RP 318C Used Engine Oil Analysis — Discusses reasons
for oil analysis, oil analysis laboratory selection,
RP 303C Silicone Coolant Hoses and Hose Assemblies-
sampling procedures, and test results. An oil
This Recommended Practice covers straight or
analysis glossary is included.
pre- formed hose or hose assemblies of a su-
perior quality polysiloxane (silicone) type used *RP 319B General Guidelines and Precautions On
in diesel or gasoline engine coolant systems Supplemental Coolant Additives — This RP
between engines, radiators, and heaters. Hose offers guidelines for the selection and use of
and/or hose assemblies are to be used where supplemental coolant additives used to protect
ultra — long life is required or extreme tem- heavy-duty vehicles filled with conventional
perature conditions are prevalent. inorganic acid technology coolant.

RP 304C Minimum Specifications for On-Highway No. RP 320C Inspection, Maintenance and Tension of Acces-
2-D Diesel Fuel — This updated Recommended sory Belt Drive Systems. This RP provides fleet
Practice lists minimum diesel fuel specifications maintenance personnel with correct procedures
for over — the road, heavy-duty, diesel — fu- for inspecting and maintaining accessory belt
eled vehicles. drive systems.

RP 309B Preferred Fuel Specification — 2D and Glossary RP 321 Fuel Crossover Line Protection and Config-
of Fuel Terms — This updated Recommended uration Guidelines- Designed to reduce the
Practice contains suggested and recommend- possibility of crossover line ruptures which
ed guidelines describing better quality diesel may result in fuel spills which pose safety
fuel. A glossary of terms is provided to further problems and contaminate road/right-of-way-
assist fuel purchasers in becoming familiar with surfaces leading to environmental clean-up
fuel terminology and fuel property options. and fines.

RP 310A Water Ingestion Prevention — Discusses the RP 322B Coolant Pump Failure Modes and Life Exten-
consequences of water and salt (from rain and sion — Contains information from a TMC fleet
road deicing chemicals) entering heavy-duty survey conducted by the Coolant Pump Failure
vehicle air intake systems and gives methods to Task Force, presentations made during Task
minimize the ingestion of water and road salt. Force meetings, and current Service Bulletins
from various original equipment manufacturers
RP 311A Cold Weather Operation — Discusses the
(OEMs) and suppliers. This Recommended
proper methods to use to prepare a heavy-du-
Practice does not make suggestions about
ty truck for cold weather operation (+40 to
coolant pump design changes.
— 40°F.) Topics covered include readying the
following for cold weather operation: engine RP 323A Aqueous Propylene Glycol Coolant Guidelines
coolant; engine, transmission, and differential — Presents a general guideline for the compar-
lubricants; hoses and clamps; air starters; ison of propylene glycol-based coolants to eth-
batteries and cables; diesel fuel; coolant, intake ylene glycol-based coolants in heavy-duty truck
manifold, and oil heaters; fuel heaters; and systems. This Recommended Practice identi-
winterfronts and radiator shutters. fies some of the precautions and application
considerations to be aware of when switching
to an aqueous propylene glycol-based coolant.

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RP 325 Radiator Integrity for On-Highway Trucks — This proposed RP offers guidelines for hoses
Establishes time and mileage parameters, as clamps and fittings used on engine cooling and
well as service and maintenance characteris- charge air cooler systems.
tics for radiators in medium- and heavy-duty
RP 333A Heat Exchanger Maintenance and Cleaning
trucks used in on-highway service. It can serve
— This RP provides guidance concerning the
as a guideline for OEM truck assembly and
exterior maintenance and cleaning of heat
radiator manufacturers when designing cooling
exchangers/cooling modules used in Class 6-8
products for specific applications and help the
vehicles. Heat exchangers/cooling modules
end-user when purchasing new vehicles.
are defined as the radiator, charge air cool-
RP 326 Recycling Engine Coolant — This Recom- er, condenser, oil-to-air cooler, recirculation
mended Practice describes the reasons why shields, and associated mounting brackets and
changing coolant is necessary and discusses hardware.
the various processes used in on-site recycling
RP 334A Determining Extended Oil Drain Intervals for
equipment. Some considerations in deciding
Heavy-duty Diesel Engines — Helps equipment
whether or not to recycle coolant on-site are
users determine extended oil drain intervals for
given and a table is included for reference
diesel engines over 8.0L displacement.
concerning various operational parameters and
costs associated with the listed processes. RP 335 Simplified Snap-Idle Acceleration Smoke
Testing — Offers simplified, easy-to-understand
RP 327 Fan Drive Control Systems — This Recom-
instructions for conducting J1667 Snap-Idle
mended Practice describes the control sys-
Smoke Test Procedures.
tem for fan drives requiring the use of remote
temperature sensing controls and override RP 336A Aluminum Radiator Maintenance — Offers
switches, and addresses maintenance and interior and exterior maintenance recommenda-
troubleshooting for such systems. tions for aluminum radiators.

RP 328A Fleet Purchasing Specification for Nitrite-Con- RP 337B Determining the Validity of Low-Power
taining Supplemental Coolant Additives — This Complaints. This RP offers technicians and
Recommended Practice covers general, phys- equipment users useful tips for determining the
ical, chemical, and performance requirements validity of low-power complaints for Class 7
for SCAs that are used for precharging and pe- and 8 vehicles.
riodic servicing of coolants for use in heavy-du-
RP 338A Extended Service Interval Coolants — De-
ty engines. This includes SCA concentrates in
scribes new extended service interval (ESI)
liquid, solid, or slurry form.
coolant technologies. “Q&A” format addresses
RP 329B Fleet Purchasing Specification for Nitrite-Con- common technician concerns regarding ESI
taining Ethylene Glycol Base Coolant — This and traditional coolants.
Recommended Practice specifies requirements
RP 339 Maintaining Fuel/Water Separators — This RP
for concentrated and prediluted forms of ful-
offers recommendations for maintaining fuel/
ly-formulated ethylene glycol base antifreeze/
water separators.
coolant which does not require a precharge of
supplemental coolant additives. RP 341A Diesel Fuel Additive Functionality Groups and
Winter Operability Guidelines — The purpose
RP 330A Fleet Purchasing Specification for Nitrite-Con-
of this RP is to educate equipment users on
taining Propylene Glycol Base Coolant — This
the basic types and functions of diesel fuel
Recommended Practice specifies requirements
additives.This RP also provides information
for fully-formulated propylene glycol base
on diesel fuel winter operability and how to
antifreeze/coolant which does not require a
perform a cost analysis of kerosene blending
precharge of supplemental coolant additives.
versus additive treatments.
RP 331A Charge Air Cooler Design Guidelines — This
RP 342 Guidelines for Recording Electronic Engine
Recommended Practice is designed to improve
Parameter Changes — This RP offers secu-
the design, maintenance, safety and perfor-
rity guidelines for keeping track of parameter
mance of charge air coolers (CAC) while reduc-
changes for electronic engines.
ing CAC costs to equipment users.
RP 343A Charge Air Cooler Winterfront Application and
RP 332B Guidelines For Hoses, Clamps, and Fittings For
Design Guidelines — This RP offers guidelines
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for design and selection of CAC winterfronts. *RP 358A Charge Air Cooler Maintenance and Testing
Guidelines — This RP offers maintenance and
RP 344 Understanding Engine ECM Data — This RP
testing guidelines to maximize durability, main-
offers information on interpreting and using
tainability, safety and performance of charge air
engine data collected on-board vehicles.
coolers while reducing costs to the end user.
RP 345B Diesel Fuel Housekeeping Guidelines — This
RP 359 Qualifying Questions For Evaluation of Supple-
RP offers guidelines for maintaining diesel fuel
mental Engine Oil Filtration Systems-This RP
storage and delivery infrastructure so as to
is intended to provide a list of questions that
ensure quality fuel.
fleet managers should consider when evaluat-
RP 346A Accessory Belt Drive Pulley Standardization. — ing the use of supplemental engine oil filtration
This proposed RP offers guidelines for stan- systems-commonly referred to as bypass or
dardizing accessory belt drive pulleys. secondary filtration devices. This RP applies to
supplemental filtration systems used on Class
RP 347 Fan Drive Maintenance and Troubleshooting —
7-8 commercial vehicles.
This RP offers guidelines on fan drive mainte-
nance and diagnostics. RP 360 Diesel Exhaust Fluid Guidelines-The purpose
of this RP is to educate equipment users on
RP 348A Coolant Hose Rating Factors — This RP covers
selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology
guidelines for coolant hose ratings.
and its use of diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). This
RP 351 Guidelines for Color Standardization of Engine/ RP will provide definitions and terminology of
Coolant Antifreeze — This RP offers guide- SCR systems, and offer guidelines on DEF stor-
lines for standardizing engine coolant color age and handling.
schemes.
RP 361 EGR Cooler Diagnosis and Cleaning. This RP
RP 352 Fan Drive Design and Application Guidelines — offers guidelines for the cleaning and trouble-
This RP offers guidelines for fan drive design shooting of exhaust gas recirculation (EGR)
and application. coolers used on Class 6-8 diesel-powered
commercial vehicles.
RP 353 Standard Fitting for Engine Coolant Handling
— This RP offers standard fitting recommenda- RP 362 Guidelines for Used Coolant Analysis of
tions for engine coolant handling. Heavy-Duty Vehicles. This RP provides guide-
lines for cooling system sampling procedures,
RP 354 Fuel Economy Tracking Guidelines-This RP
commonly run field and laboratory tests, and
offers guidelines for tracking fuel economy in
warning/condemnation limits for used engine
Class 7-8 vehicles.
coolants. It applies to Class 7-8 commercial
RP 355A Maintenance and Inspection Guidelines For vehicles.
OEM-Installed Exhaust Particulate Filters For
RP 363 Underhood Thermal Event Prevention. This RP
Diesel-Powered Vehicles. This RP describes
addresses recommendations for preventing
the various types of original equipment diesel
underhood vehicle fires.
particulate filter (DPF) technology used on
heavy-duty diesel-powered vehicles. It offers RP 364 Fleet Purchasing Specification for Organic Acid
general guidelines and information on DPF Technology Extended Life Coolant. This RP
function, performance, diagnostics, mainte- provides a fleet purchasing specification for
nance, handling and cleaning. organic acid technology (OAT) extended life
coolants for heavy-duty vehicles.
RP 356 Cold Flow Operability Of Diesel Fuel-This RP
address cold flow operability issues pertaining RP 365 Coolant Maintenance Guidelines. This RP
to diesel fuel. offers guidelines for identifying various types
of heavy-duty aqueous coolants and ensuring
RP 357 Biodiesel Blended Fuels-This RP provides
proper quality of each type of aqueous coolant
fleets and suppliers with guidelines on the use
to protect the entire cooling system.
of biodiesel blends B2 through B20. This RP
offers definitions and terminology for biodiesel RP 366 Standardized Clutch Engagement Torque
blends, as well as address biodiesel blend per- Requirements. This RP provides a test proce-
formance, industry standards, engine manu- dure for measuring clutch engagement torque
facturer warranties, tax incentives and existing of commercial medium- and heavy-duty diesel
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user accurately determine what clutch engage- Sleepers. — Lists minimum requirements for
ment torque value is needed for satisfactory defrosting, defogging, and heating of truck cabs
vehicle startability. This metric also can help ve- for improved driver environment and visibility.
hicle manufacturers properly design drivelines
RP 408A Dash and Sleeper Heater and/or Air Condition-
that satisfy customer expectations for a given
er Blower Motor Accessibility. This RPcovers
vehicle vocation.
the minimum accessibility requirements for
RP 367 Fuel Filters: Complaint, Cause & Correction. The dash and sleeper heater and/or air conditioner
purpose of this RP is to explore the various po- blower motors. It should be considered by ve-
tential causes of short fuel filter life and offer fleet hicle original equipment manufacturers (OEMs)
managers recommendations for troubleshooting and heater and air conditioner component
and solving these problems. This RP applies to suppliers on any new or revised designs.
commercial vehicles with diesel engines.
RP 409A Maintenance of Wiping Quality of Wiper
*RP 370 Natural Gas Vehicle Specification and Implemen- Blades. This RP covers steps to be taken to
tation Guidelines — This RP offers guidelines maintain an acceptable quality of wiping by the
for specifying and implementing engines using wiper blade.
either compressed or liquefied natural gas as its
RP 410B Seat Belt Assembly, Inspection, and Mainte-
primary fuel.
nance Procedures — Provides a formal proce-
CAB & CONTROLS — S.4 dure and checklist for inspecting and maintain-
ing heavy-duty vehicle seat belt assemblies.
RP 401B Location and Operation of Instruments and
Controls in Motor Truck Cabs — A recommen- RP 411A Vehicle Surface Preparation for Painting — Pro-
dation to help avoid confusion when drivers vides information to help commercial vehicle
shift from one truck to another; to promote operators properly prepare vehicles for paint-
safety and convenience; and to simplify design, ing. This Recommended Practice may be used
production, and servicing. to ensure that painting service suppliers also
properly prepare vehicles prior to painting.
RP 402 Windshield Washer Anti-Freeze and Cleaner
Specification — Covers the general charac- RP 412A Air Pressure Wiper System Recommendations
teristics and performance requirements of for Consideration in Future Designs — Ad-
windshield washer antifreeze products used for dresses wipe area, wiper motor interchange-
cleaning automotive windshields. ability, unitized wiper set, wiper component ac-
cessibility, motor oiler, and minimum pressure
RP 403A Placement of Safety Equipment — Establishes
for the design of air-operated wiper systems.
guidelines for vehicle manufacturers to de-
termine proper locations for the placement of RP 413A Heavy-duty In-Cab Air Conditioners, Refriger-
safety equipment in their model truck cabs. ant-12 Systems — Establishes recommenda-
tions on the maintenance of air conditioning
RP 404B Truck and Truck-Tractor Access Systems —
equipment which are intended to specify
Gives recommendations allowing anyone
equipment capable of meeting the durability
entering or exiting a cab to have three limbs in
requirements of over-the-highway vehicles and
contact with the truck or tractor at any time.
to minimize maintenance costs. Provides unit
RP 405B Windshield Washer System Performance Rec- descriptions, and installation and preventive
ommendations. This RP establishes minimum maintenance procedures for heavy-duty in-cab
performance requirements and test procedure air conditioning systems.
for windshield washers used in heavier gross
RP 414B Truck Cab Air Conditioner Specification
weight vehicles with a service life potential of
Guidelines. This RP is designed to help industry
500,000 miles (804,500 km).
professionals reduce heavy-duty truck air con-
RP 406C Windshield Wiper System Performance Rec- ditioner problems through better specifications
ommendations. This Recommended Practice when purchasing and designing new vehicles.
covers minimum performance requirements
RP 415A Selecting Painting Systems for Commercial Ve-
and test procedures for windshield wiper sys-
hicles — Provides information to help commer-
tems used on heavy-duty vehicles that have a
cial vehicle operators select among the various
potential service life of 500,000 miles.
paint systems available, both as originally
RP 407A Defrosting, Defogging, And Heating Performance specified on new vehicles and for refinishing
Requirements For Truck Cabs With And Without used vehicles.

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RP 416A Questions to Ask When Selecting a Commer- RP 426A Service Guidelines for Occupant Restraints —
cial Vehicle Refinisher — The complexity of This RP offers recommendations on servicing
new paint systems, as well as environmental and maintaining heavy-duty vehicle occupant
and health concerns, makes the selection of restraints.
a commercial vehicle refinishing vendor more
RP 428A Guidelines For Vision Devices. The purpose
difficult than ever. This Recommended Practice
of this RP is to specify minimum driver vision
provides the commercial vehicle operator with
requirements, and suggest various means of
a list of questions to consider to aid in proper
achieving these requirements. Although this
selection of a vehicle refinisher.
document was developed specifically for trac-
RP 417A Supporting Pneumatic/Electrical Lines Be- tor-trailer combination vehicles, it applies to all
tween Cab and Trailer — This Recommended commercial vehicles.
Practice serves as an industry guide to perfor-
RP 429 Windshield Replacement and Repair — This
mance requirements, applicable regulations,
RP offers guidelines on windshield replacement
and proper means of support for pneumatic/
and repair.
electrical service hoses between the tractor
cab and trailer. RP 430A Guidelines for Collision Warning Devices. This
RP offers guidelines for spec’ing collision warn-
RP 418A Heavy-Duty In-Cab R-134A Air Conditioning
ing devices.
Systems. This RP offers guidelines for spec’ing
cab air conditioning systems for commercial RP 431A Guidelines for Electrical Cab Power Points —
vehicles. This RP offers guidelines for spec’ing electrical
cab power points.
RP 419 Heater Performance Requirements for Truck
Cabs — This Recommended Practice provides *RP 432B Engine Off HVAC Performance Requirements
heater system performance parameters that will For Truck Cabs With Sleepers — This RP
achieve driver comfort in cold weather driv- establishes performance requirements for en-
ing conditions. This Recommended Practice gine-off heating, ventilation, and air condition-
covers all Class 6, 7, and 8 powered vehicles. It ing (HVAC) systems in order to achieve driver
shall apply at an ambient temperature of 0°F. thermal comfort in both winter or summer rest
periods.
RP 420B Minimum Service Life Requirements for
Heavy-duty HVAC Cab Controls — Establishes RP 433 Truck Washing and Cleaning Guidelines — This
minimum service life requirements for heating, RP offers guidelines for truck washing and
ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) sys- cleaning.
tems in heavy-duty commercial vehicles that
RP 434 Cab And Sleeper Insulation Efficiency Guide-
are acceptable to equipment users.
lines-This RP offers recommendations for cab
RP 421 In-Cab Air Conditioning Retrofit Procedure — and sleeper insulation.
Establishes a retrofitting procedure for fleets
RP 435 Installation and Inspection Guidelines for
wishing to retrofit R-12 A/C systems to R-134a
Pneumatic and Electrical Tractor-Trailer Hookup
or other alternative refrigerants.
Lines-This RP offers installation and inspection
RP 422A Cab Insulation Testing Methodology — Estab- guidelines for tractor-trailer connectors.
lishes test procedures for determining heat or
RP 436B Air Conditioning System Performance Re-
thermal transmission rates of heavy-duty vehi-
quirements for Truck Cabs With and Without
cle driver and sleeper cabins. Also establishes
Sleepers. — This RP offers recommendations
rating method for heat/thermal transmission.
for HVAC performance and testing criteria for
RP 423 Color Coding of Air Brake Systems — Es- Class 7-8 commercial vehicles.
tablishes recommendations for standardized
RP 437 Guidelines for Truck Stop Electrification Inter-
color-coding of air brake systems.
face-This RP offers guidelines for the interface
RP 424 Door Hardware Performance Requirements between vehicle and truckstop electrification
— This RP establishes minimum performance systems.
standards for tractor door hardware.
*RP 438A Engine Off HVAC Performance Requirements
RP 425 Mirror Positioning and Aiming — This RP offers For Truck Cabs Without Sleepers — This RP
guidelines on cab mirror positioning and aiming. establishes performance requirements for
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driver thermal comfort in both winter or summer requirements that adequately support their
rest periods. business plans.

RP 439 Minimum Performance Criteria for Auxilia- RP 511 Refrigerant Recovery — The purpose of this
ry Power Units (APUs) and Gensets-This Recommended Practice is to establish recom-
RPestablishes minimum performance criteria mendations for the use of mobile air conditioning
for auxiliary power units (APUs) and generator refrigerant recovery and recycling equipment,
sets (gensets) used on Class 6-8 day-cab and and for certification of technicians who use the
sleeper-equipped tractors operated within an equipment when servicing these systems.
ambient temperature range of -10°F to 120°F
RP 512A Mechanic Staffing Determination — Provides
(-23 °C to 43°C).
a basic formula to calculate the number of
RP 440 Seat Base Installation Standardization. This mechanics required to adequately staff a
RPestablishes a common seat mounting inter- heavy-vehicle maintenance shop. The formula
face zone for commercial vehicle cabs. This can be utilized with manual (paper) records or
RP defines a minimum spacing for fastener computerized data. If no history is available,
locations in the truck floor within that zone, as maintenance information can be obtained from
well as separate zones for seatbelt anchorages. vehicle manufacturers.
It also recommends air supply and electrical
RP 513 Estimating Number of Service Bays — Intended
connection locations to avoid interference with
to assist fleets that are planning new mainte-
mechanical interfaces. This RP is applicable to
nance shop facilities by giving an analytical
all Class 7 and 8 vehicles.
methodology for estimating the number of
*RP 441A Electrified A/C System Performance Specifica- service bays required in the new facility. Covers
tions, Requirements, and Testing Criteria For general maintenance shop facilities for all
Hybrid/Electric, All-Electric and Conventional classes of vehicles.
Trucks — This RP offers guidelines for selecting
RP 515 Maintenance Shop Design Considerations —
an electrified A/C system by means of a stan-
Intended to assist fleets who are planning new
dardized test used to compare factory-installed
maintenance shop facilities. It provides a list of
systems.
critical elements that should be considered in
RP 443 In-Cab Cleaning and Deodorizing Guidelines. the design.
The purpose of this RP is to offer guidelines
RP 516A Technician Training: A Model for Training Pro-
for the in-cab cleaning and deodorizing of
gram Planners — Presents a guideline for the
commercial vehicles. It is meant to provide
maintenance shop manager to use in preparing
information on the benefits of establishing a
a training program for service technicians. It
proper vehicle interior cleaning program. It is
explains factors for consideration in develop-
not intended to endorse any single method or
ing a performance-based training program —
chemistry. This document applies to all com-
whether the program is developed internally or
mercial vehicles.
provided by outside suppliers.
RP 444 Standardization of Speedometer and Tachom-
RP 517 Managing Environmental Compliance — This
eter Signals — Establishes a standard vehicle
Recommended Practice is designed to provide
and engine speed signal and frequency that
guidance in a program for managing envi-
can be used by any electronic device on a
ronmental compliance. Compliance involves
heavy-duty vehicle requiring knowledge of
satisfying regulatory bodies at the federal,
speed/distance or engine revolution informa-
state, and local levels. This RP is limited to
tion. (Formerly RP 123A)
providing guidance on compliance education/
FLEET MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT — S.5 training, self-audits, and recordkeeping. It does
not cover regulatory requirements of the U.S.
RP 503B Standardization of Training Aid Materials —
Department of Transportation (DOT).
Provides a training aid format guideline for
automotive manufacturers to adhere to when RP 518A Fuel Station Planning. The purpose of this RP
producing audiovisual training aids. is to provide fleet managers guidelines when
working with design professionals in designing
RP 510A New Facility Development — This Recom-
fueling stations.
mended Practice is designed to help fleet
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RP 519 Recommendations for an Employee Perfor- RP 536 Guidelines for Technician Exposure to Road
mance Evaluation Program — This RP provides Deicing Chemicals. This RP offers protective
fleet managers with a basic set of forms and in- guidelines to technicians who may come in
structions for the assessment and evaluation of contact with road deicing chemicals during the
maintenance and support personnel. The reader course of vehicle maintenance.
must realize this Recommended Practice offers
RP 537 Disaster Recovery Guidelines for Vehicle Main-
general guidelines only. A complete evaluation
tenance Operations. This RP offers guidelines
system must be structured to each operation.
for developing a disaster recovery plan cover-
RP 520 A/C System Refrigerant Flushing — Covers ing pre-evaluation, planning, and duty assign-
flushing material, equipment and procedures ment of assets, property and personnel.
for flushing both CFC (R-12) and HFC (R-134a)
RP 538 Quality Shop Process Improvement.The pur-
charged vehicle cab A/C systems in service,
pose of this RP is to provide fleet managers
repair or retrofit operations.
with some basic guidelines for implementing a
RP 521 Cost Items Needed to Determine a Fully process by which shop efficiency and pro-
Burdened Technician Labor Rate — Identifies ductivity can be continuously improved — i.e.,
items that should be used to determine fully quality shop process improvement.
burdened labor rates.
RP 539 Workflow Practices and Metrics For Unsched-
RP 522 Survey Development Guidelines — This uled Repair Events — The purpose of this RP is
management RP offers recommendations for to establish standard workflow procedures and
developing and administering surveys. practices for addressing unscheduled repair
events involving commercial vehicles. It offers
RP 524 Advisory Annotation Guidelines — This RP
definitions and recommendations for downtime,
offers recommendations for standardizing defi-
standard reporting, scorecard analysis, and
nitions for advisory annotation terms, such as
performance-based evaluations for vendors,
“danger,” “warning,” etc.
manufacturers and equipment decisionmakers.
RP 525 ISO 9002 Certification Considerations — This
*RP 540 Proper Pilot Review Guidelines — This RP
RP offers guidelines for fleets considering ISO
offers guidelines for conducting a proper pilot
9002 certification.
review tractors, straight trucks, trailers, and a
RP 526 Guidelines for Shop Review Practices — This variety of other trucking industry equipment.
RP offers guidelines for shop review proce-
*RP 542 Maintenance Facility Development Guidelines
dures.
For Natural Gas Vehicles — This RP offers de-
RP 527A Vendor Selection Guidelines for Towing and Re- sign and retrofit guidelines for new or existing
covery — This RP offers guidelines for selecting maintenance facilities used to service natural
towing and recovery vendors. gas vehicles fueled by compressed natural gas
(CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG).
RP 528 Technician Certification Program Guidelines
— This RP offers guidelines for establishing an CHASSIS AND BRAKE SYSTEMS — S.6
in-house fleet technician certification program.
RP 602B Recovery Attachment Points for Trucks, Trac-
RP 530 Fleet Guidelines for Parts Purchasing-This RP tors, and Combination Vehicles — The purpose
offers guidelines on parts purchasing. of this Recommended Practice is to help recov-
ery professionals reduce the time necessary to
RP 531 Parts Inventory Management Guidelines-This
recover vehicles from their immediate location
RP offers guidelines for parts inventory man-
of disablement, and avoid further damaging
agement.
the vehicle during the recovery process. For
RP 532 Model Year Introduction Guidelines-This RP recommendations on long-term towing of
offers guidelines for standardizing model year disabled or wrecked vehicles see TMC RP
introductions of vehicles. 626, “Heavy-duty Truck Towing Procedures.”
This Recommended Practice establishes the
RP 534 Guidelines For Determining Vehicle Lift Produc-
performance objectives of recovery attachment
tivity Efficiencies — This proposed RP offers
points. It is directed at Class 6, 7, and 8 on
guidelines for determining the productivity effi-
and on-off highway trucks, truck tractors, and
ciencies of vehicle lifts in a maintenance shop.
tractor-trailer combinations (both conventional
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RP 603C Fifth Wheel Mounting — Aftermarket — Pro- RP 612B Pneumatic Brake Balance — Provides general
vides information to assist in the safe installa- guidelines for brake balance on tractors, trail-
tion of heavy-duty vehicle aftermarket station- ers, and combination vehicles.
ary and sliding fifth wheels.
RP 613 Brake System Torque Balance Test Procedure
RP 604C Brake Chambers for Air-Braked Vehicles. This — Provides a method to determine the brake
RP is intended to familiarize users with the in- system torque balance for commercial vehicles.
stallation, maintenance, and safety procedures
RP 614 Air Brake (Nylon Reinforced) Tubing & Fittings
associated with diaphragm and spring brake
— Covers minimum requirements for fleet
chambers for air braked vehicles. It covers all
maintenance of air brake connections utilizing
on-highway trucks, tractors, or trailers using air
fractional inch nonmetallic tubing. Included are
brakes and equipped with service chambers or
dimensional, performance, and identification
spring parking brakes.
requirements and specifications.
RP 605B Reconditioning Brake Shoes. This RP sets rec-
RP 615 Hose Fitting Standard — Lists complete stan-
ommendations for brake shoe reconditioning
dards for SAE 45° flare seat fittings in sizes -4
specifications that will ensure consistent perfor-
through-12 and SAE 37° flare seat fittings in
mance required for a balanced brake system. It
sizes -16 and above.
covers drum brake stamped steel shoes used
on Class 7-8 commercial vehicles. RP 616A Uniform Labeling of Air Brake Valves. The pur-
pose of this RP is to provide a means of identi-
RP 606B Brake Relining Procedures. This RP covers le-
fying vehicle air brake system components with
gal marking requirements for drum brake linings
performance (input-output) characteristics. This
air disc brake pads, and explains these mark-
RP applies to air brake system valves used to
ings. It also covers shoe/lining assembly and
control the vehicle service brakes on heavy-du-
related procedures as they apply to heavy-duty
ty commercial vehicles.
commercial vehicles.
RP 617A Contaminant Elimination Procedure for Tractor,
RP 607B Service and Inspection of S-Cam Brake Systems
Trailer or Dolly Air Brake Systems — This RP
— Serves as a thorough guide for the inspection
offers a procedure for eliminating contaminants
and servicing of all heavy-duty S-cam air brake
from air brake systems.
system components. The RP identifies all appro-
priate brake system nomenclature and explains RP 618B Wheel Bearing Adjustment Procedure — This
how each component interacts to ensure maxi- RP offers a procedure to achieve a verifiable
mum braking performance. It also defines toler- wheel bearing end play of 0.001-0.005 inch
ances for proper lining and drum performance. (0.025-0.127 mm) for steer, drive, and trailer
axle assemblies using conventional double-nut
RP 608B Brake Drums and Rotors. This RP covers in-
or single-nut systems.
stallation, maintenance, and safety procedures
associated with spoke wheel and hub-mounted RP 619B Air System Inspection Procedure. This RP pro-
drums and rotors used on heavy-duty vehicles. vides guidelines for inspecting air systems used
on air-braked commercial vehicles.
RP 609C Self-Adjusting and Manual Brake Adjuster
Removal, Installation and Maintenance. The RP 621 Specifications/Communications — Tries to identi-
purpose of this RP is to provide information fy and clarify specification communication among
regarding the removal, installation, operation, component suppliers, equipment users, and man-
maintenance, and selection of heavy-duty vehi- ufacturers by providing step-by-step guidelines
cle manual and self-adjusting brake adjusters. for improving communications and establishing
the necessary procedures to ensure that equip-
RP 610B Driveline Design Criteria. The purpose of this
ment users will get the options they specify.
RP is to provide workable guidelines for the
evaluation of driveline designs and installations RP 622A Wheel Seal and Bearing Removal, Installation,
on Class 7-8 commercial vehicles. Adherence and Maintenance — Defines practices and pro-
to these recommendations should provide cedures to perform a wheel seal replacement
satisfactory truck driveline performance. that meets fleet performance requirements. Also
includes procedures and standards for storage,
RP 611 Driveline Maintenance Guidelines — The purpose
handling, and installation of wheel seals and
of this RP is to provide maintenance guidelines for
wheel bearings for heavy-duty vehicles.
drivelines. Adherence to these guidelines should
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RP 623A Uniform Diagnostics Guide for Heavy-duty RP 632 Matching Air Brake Systems — This Recom-
Vehicle Power Steering Systems — Provides a mended Practice addresses vehicles with
uniform method of diagnosing heavy-duty truck braking systems manufactured in accordance
and truck tractor power steering complaints and with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard
gives the maintenance technician general ad- (FMVSS) 121 Docket 90-3. Specifically, it
vice concerning the diagnosis and correction of outlines some of the issues that could be
commercial vehicle steering related problems. encountered in vehicle combinations, where
both pre- and post-Docket 90-3 vehicles are
RP 624A Lubricant Fundamentals. — This proposed RP
operated. It recommends maintenance practic-
offers general information on the fundamentals
es for existing vehicles and specification details
of chassis-related lubricants.
for new vehicles that will enhance the brake
*RP 625A Brake Drum and Lining Compatibility — This performance of combination vehicles. The
RP offers maintenance and inspection guide- purpose of this Recommended Practice is to
lines to promote brake drum and lining com- identify and address potential problems in mix-
patibility on Class 7-8 vehicles equipped with ing vehicles and brake systems manufactured
S-cam air brakes. pre- and post-Docket 90-3. It also advises fleet
operators of the maintenance practices to be
RP 626A Heavy-duty Truck Towing Procedures — Pro-
adopted for existing vehicles and to inform
vides guidelines for equipment usage and to
them regarding the specification and installa-
acquaint the tow truck operator with the gener-
tion of braking equipment for new vehicles, so
al phases involved in heavy-duty truck towing.
as to minimize any negative impacts of FMVSS
This should not be considered as a compre-
121 Docket 90-3 on vehicle operation.
hensive guide to truck towing and recovery,
but rather as a brief introduction to some of the RP 633 Effects of Drivetrain Torsionals — This Rec-
problems involved. ommended Practice is intended to inform fleet
managers of a number of drivetrain torsional is-
RP 627A Brake Lining Structural Defects. This RP helps
sues that must be considered when specifying
equipment users identify structural defects in
drivetrains. This RP presents a hierarchy of high
brake linings and classify them into either an
risk vehicle configurations and usages, lists
“out-of-service” category-as defined by the
the specific failure modes that are attributable
CVSA North American Uniform Out-of-Service
to drivetrain torsionals, and suggests specific
Criteria-or an “in-service” category which per-
corrective actions that will result in enhanced
mits continued vehicle operation.
durability and driver comfort levels. This RP
RP 628B Aftermarket Brake Lining Classification — This is designed to supplement the information
Recommended Practice provides information contained in TMC RP 610A, Driveline Design
on judging the performance of aftermarket Criteria. The first two sections of this Recom-
brake linings on 16.5 x 7-inch brakes when mended Practice alert users of the potential
tested to the federally mandated, original equip- problems associated with some of today’s
ment dynamometer test procedure contained in vehicle configurations. The third section offers
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 121. solutions to the identified problems.

*RP 629A Brake Lining Contamination — This RP RP 634A Ride Height Concerns and Adjustment Proce-
identifies grease- and oil-contaminated lining dures for Truck/Tractor Air Ride Suspensions.
conditions and provide guidelines for lining This RP points out the potential problems
evaluation caused by such contamination. caused by improper ride height and provides
recommendations for maintaining proper
*RP 630A Air Compressor Diagnosing For Excessive Oil
adjustment of air ride suspensions. It also
Consumption — This RP offers guidelines for
describes procedures for adjusting air ride
troubleshooting excessive oil consumption in
suspension ride height and recommends that
air compressors.
manufacturers clearly label correct ride height
RP 631B Recommendations for Wheel End Lubrication. settings on the vehicle.
This RP offers recommendations and operation-
RP 635A Long Stroke Brake Chambers — Provides
al considerations for selecting, inspecting and
fleets information on the use of long stroke
using lubricants in wheel end applications in
brake chambers.
Class 3-8 trucks, buses, tractors and trailers.

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RP 636A Specifying Auxiliary Retarders. This RP offers tion, Preventive Maintenance and Troubleshoot-
spec’ing recommendations for auxiliary retarders ing — This RP offers guidelines for fifth wheel
used on Class 7-8 tractor-trailers and trucks. pre- delivery, inspection, PM and troubleshooting.

RP 637 Tractor Air Dryer Guidelines — Offers recom- *RP 651A Steer Axle Maintenance Guidelines — This RP
mendations for spec’ing, installing and main- establishes guidelines for the maintenance and
taining tractor air dryers. inspection of non-driven, steer axle systems
and suspensions and associated components.
RP 638A Heavy-Duty Clutch Maintenance Guidelines.
The purpose of this RP is to provide informa- RP 652 Service and Inspection of Air Disc Brakes-This
tion for the proper maintenance of heavy-duty RP offers guidelines on service and inspection
clutches, including troubleshooting, installation of air disc brakes.
and removal guidelines.
RP 653 Fifth Wheel Coupling And Uncoupling Guide-
RP 639A Spec’ing Heavy-Duty Clutches. The purpose of lines-This RP offers guidelines on fifth wheel
this RP is to provide information for the proper coupling and uncoupling.
spec’ing of heavy-duty clutches.
RP 654 Torque Rod Selection and OEM Installation
RP 640A Alternate Wheel Bearing Adjustment Systems Guidelines for On-Highway Vehicles-This RP
— This RP offers information on alternate wheel offers guidelines for torque rod selection and
bearing adjustment systems. OEM installation.

RP 641A Maintenance Guidelines for Hydraulically Ac- *RP 655A Drive Axle Maintenance Guidelines — This RP
tuated Clutches. This RP offers guidelines for offers guidelines for drive axle nomenclature,
maintaining hydraulically activated clutches. maintenance practices and procedures.

RP 642B Total Vehicle Alignment: Recommendations RP 656 Hub and Spoke Wheel Fastener Maintenance
for Maximizing Tire and Alignment-Related — This proposed RP offers guidelines on hub
Component Life — This RP offers compre- and spoke wheel fastener maintenance.
hensive alignment guidelines for medium- and
RP 657 Heavy-Duty Drivetrain Specification Guide-
heavy-duty vehicles.
lines-The purpose of this RP is to help fleet
RP 643A Air-Ride Suspension Maintenance Guidelines — managers effectively and accurately specify an
This RP offers maintenance guidelines for air-ride entire drivetrain used on a Class 6-8 on-high-
suspension systems used on tractor chassis. way vehicle. This RP provides the definitions
and formulas necessary to specify a truck-trac-
RP 644A Wheel End Conditions Analysis Guide — This
tor drivetrain that will meet the equipment us-
RP offers guideline on wheel end conditions
er’s performance expectations for the vocation
and how to identify them.
and conditions desired. This RP is intended to
RP 645 Tie Rod Inspection and Maintenance Procedure supplement truck and component manufactur-
— This RP offers guidelines on tie rod inspec- ers’ procedures and guidelines for designing
tion and maintenance. and specifying drivetrains.

RP 646 Driveline Fastener Preventive Maintenance — RP 658 Target Deceleration Value Guidelines for Perfor-
This RP offers guidelines on driveline fastener mance-Based Brake Testers-This RP provides
preventive maintenance. target deceleration value guidelines for perfor-
mance-based brake testers (PBBTs) used in
RP 647 Guidelines for Care and Use of Onboard Lubri-
fleet maintenance programs. It also provides
cation Systems — This RP offers guidelines for
information about the type of tests that can be
care and use of onboard lubrication systems.
performed and the differences that exist among
RP 648 Troubleshooting Ride Complaints — This RP the various types of PBBTs.
offers a comprehensive guideline to diagnosing
RP 659 Air Release Fifth Wheel Function Guide-
ride complaints in heavy-duty tractors and trucks.
lines-This RP provides a standard guideline for
RP 649 Diagnostic Guidelines for Performance-Based the installation and operation of in-cab, air-re-
Brake Testing — This RP offers troubleshooting lease fifth wheels to ensure maximum safety
guidelines for vehicles following unsuccessful and optimum performance. This RP covers all
testing using a performance-based brake tester. on-highway commercial vehicles equipped with
in-cab, air-release fifth wheels in both new and
RP 650 Guidelines for Fifth Wheel Pre-Delivery Inspec-
aftermarket applications.

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RP 660 Tractor Crossmember Specifications for Pintle ment users with guidance on performing trailer
Hook Applications-The purpose of this RP is to axle alignment.
offer specification guidelines that standardize
RP 709 Hubcap Standardization: Bolt-on Type-Diagrams
tractor rear crossmembers for the purposes
the Type I and Type II bolt-on hubcap, two types
of installing pintle hook connections. It pro-
recommended for use on trailer axle hubs.
vides recommended specifications for the rear
crossmember itself, crossmember bracing, RP 710A Overhead Door Selection, Installation, and
attachment locations for safety chains and air/ Maintenance for a Dry-Van or Body. This RP
electrical connection locations. This RP applies offers guidelines for selection, installation and
to Class 7-8 tractors used for on-highway tow- maintenance of overhead doors used on dry-
ing of converter dollies. van trailers or bodies.

RP 661 Considerations for Use of Outset Wide-Base RP 711 12-Year Life Swing-Type Dry Freight Van Trailer
Wheels on Drive, Trailer, and Auxiliary Axles. Doors — Gives manufacturing specifications
The purpose of this RP is to provide guidelines for dry freight van trailer swing (hinged) doors,
for selecting, specifying and inspecting wide- which will provide 12 years of useful service
base tires/wheels for drive, trailer, and auxil- with routine maintenance that includes repair or
iary axles. The scope of this RP is limited to replacement of door gaskets.
wide-base outset wheels on drive, trailer, and
RP 713B Procedure for Hooking Double Trailers — Gives
auxiliary (e.g, dolly, tag, or pusher) axle appli-
steps to properly hitch doubles with one person.
cations. This RP does not cover singled inset
(dual-type) wheels. RP 714 Piggy-Back Trailers — Gives names of four
Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association Rec-
TRAILERS, BODIES AND MATERIAL HANDLING — S.7
ommended Practices that assist in spec’ing
RP 701 Mud Flap Mounting Brackets and Drilling Pattern piggy-back options for trailers.
— Diagrams mud flap mounting brackets and
RP 715 Truck Trailer (Van) Front and Rear Construction
mud flap drilling pattern for mud flap installation.
for Trailer on Flatcar Service — Establishes
RP 702C Trailer Lamp and Reflector Placement — Cov- general design load specifications intended as
ers lamp and reflector replacement on all van, minimum requirements for front and rear end
open top, reefer, platform, pole, convertible structures of van trailers for use in over-the-
side, grain and dump trailers, and tankers. road and trailer on flatcar applications.

RP 703C Electrical and Gladhand Connector Placement. RP 716 Kingpin and Upper Coupler Requirements for
This RP offers guidelines for electrical a