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Drivers website launched

June 11, 2003
Drivers has launched its own web site — driversmag.com — as the online companion to the business magazine, which is written specifically for the owner/operator and professional longhaul truck driver. Click above to enter driversmag.com.The site archives all editorial content from Drivers under three headings: Rules & Regs, Trucks & Gear and the Business of Trucking. Also provided are links to breaking
Drivers has launched its own web site — driversmag.com — as the online companion to the business magazine, which is written specifically for the owner/operator and professional longhaul truck driver.
Click above to enter driversmag.com. The site archives all editorial content from Drivers under three headings: Rules & Regs, Trucks & Gear and the Business of Trucking. Also provided are links to breaking industry news and other trucking-related sites produced by Primedia Business Magazines & Media, including fleetowner.com.

Launched in March, Drivers is produced by the veteran staff of Fleet Owner.

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