North American Truck Show set for May 2-4 in Boston

| Friday, April 19, 2002

The North American Truck Show will hold its 30th anniversary show May 2-4 at the Bayside Expo Center in Boston. This year's show will feature professional industry seminars and technical sessions, as well as a Stars & Stripes show truck event.

One of the longest running annual truck shows in North America, NATS will again include all the major truck OEMs, as well as the major engine/component OEMs. The Massachusetts Motor Transport Association will host daily seminars and technical sessions, which will be conducted by truck industry experts. Topics will include, among others: hazardous material training, preparing for a successful DOT compliance audit, tax elimination strategies and fleet insurance savings strategies.

The Massachusetts State Police "Road Team" will conduct Q&A sessions on roadside inspections, and hold a panel presentation on diesel emissions testing standards.

The truck beauty competition will honor NATS' 30th anniversary with 30 trucks on display inside the expo center. Fifteen bobtails and 15 combinations will compete in eight main classes and six special feature classes.

The expo center is located at Exit 15 off Route 93 in Boston. Free big rig parking is available. For more information, visit www.truckingexpo.com.

While at the show, be sure and look for OOIDA at booth #2436.

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