Weigh stations both in Oklahoma and beyond can be tricky for truckers to navigate. Learn the best ways to handle weigh station problems and get answers to frequently asked questions.
By and large, semi truck drivers are the safest drivers in the country. A commercial truck is three times less likely to be involved in an accident than a passenger car or truck.
New truckers in and outside Oklahoma often have questions about the industry. In this post we take a look at some of the common questions new truckers ask.
Looking for a semi truck? Used Oklahoma City semi trucks offer all the same performance and features of new trucks at a fraction of the price.
Buying a used semi truck in Oklahoma City can save you money, but only if you take good care of it afterwards. Our guide to preventative maintenance for used trucks will keep your truck running for years to come.
Diesel fuel is a big expense, but you can cut down the costs by improving your Oklahoma semi truck's fuel economy using these five simple tips.
As the leading seller of used semi trucks and used fleet trucks in Oklahoma City, we know a thing or two about buying and selling used semi trucks.
If you drive a semi truck or commercial truck in Oklahoma, you need to know how to handle the high winds you’ll encounter here.
The Federal Bridge Gross Weight Formula (Bridge Formula for short) helps drivers determine if their loads are safe for transport on the nation’s highways.
Retread tires are made using one of two methods: hot retreading or cold retreading. Find out which method you should use for your tires.
If you get a ticket while trucking, you need to handle the situation carefully and make sure you’re fully prepared to appear in traffic court.
Lengthening and shortening the frame of a truck to increase or reduce the wheelbase is one of the most common modifications in trucking.
One of the biggest uses for used trucks in Oklahoma is as farm and agricultural trucks. Understand the laws around farm trucks and what it means to you.
The Cummins ISX engine is an on-highway straight-six diesel that produces anywhere from 400 up to 600-plus horsepower.
Most drivers have a preference for long haul or short haul driving. Each one has its own benefits and drawbacks that different drivers prefer.
If you drive a tractor, or you’re looking to buy a used tractor in Oklahoma City, you’re probably looking at units with sliding fifth wheels.