drivers are expected to know and follow the laws in each state. Off the network
of interstates, truckers can’t roll one mile without running into laws and
procedures unique to the state they’re in. Four years ago, Donde Publishing
produced an easy-reading reference book that put much of this valuable
information into the hands of truckers.
Now, Donde has
published the third edition of “For the Long Haul” an off-the-network reference
for professional drivers, complete with critical updates. It’s written
specifically for professional over-the-road truckers and cuts right to the
chase on what will keep you compliant.
“For the Long Haul”
is a “must-have” for the cab of your truck, because when you’re rolling from
state to state, you don’t need that info when you get home, you need it now.
“For the Long Haul” contains updated state-by-state information on topics such as chain laws, road
classification restrictions, off-the-network size and weight laws, 511 access
info, lighting requirements and permit requirements. Importantly, the updated
edition contains idling restrictions.
RPM Magazine’s Gary
Bricken says the book is “absolutely the best book I have ever reviewed dealing
with trucking. Land Line Managing Editor Sandi Soendker calls the book “a valuable tool for truckers, and now with state-to-state idling restrictions,
truck drivers have got to have it.”
The Web site truckschoolsusa.com describes it as an “excellent resource for new or experienced truckers” and
recommends it to help drivers be “safe, compliant and profitable.”
“For the Long Haul” is written and compiled by Don and Debbe Morrow and published by Donde Publishing
Inc., Eau Claire, WI. The third edition is a rugged paperback, spiral bound,
and priced at $14.95.
information, go to www.dondepublishing.com or contact Donde Publishing Inc. at
5817 Christopher Drive, Eau Claire, WI 54703. 1-877-782-8388 (877-STATE-88).