If Central Florida is all about whiteknuckle rides, then the Southwest coast is embodied by white sandy beaches. Two hours’ drive south-west of Orlando you hit the Gulf of Mexico at Tampa Bay, which marks the start of Southwest Florida’s 200-plus miles of stunning coastline, stretching as far south as Naples and Marco Island on … Continue reading
For the second time in less than two months, a major breach closed down a key gasoline pipeline, driving up fuel prices and demonstrating the vulnerability of the entire Eastern Seaboard to an accident on a single piece of infrastructure. Just before 3 p.m. Monday, a track hoe used for excavation struck Colonial Pipeline’s Line … Continue reading
With the exception of Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, the main trucking safety advocacy nonprofit organizations have relatively small budgets. All meet a general Better Business Bureau guideline for tax-exempt organizations, which says that program service expense as a percentage of total expenses should be at least 65 percent. All but Road Safe designate … Continue reading
There are just some things you cannot avoid while driving on the highway. Such as deer sprinting across a highway at night.
Taken from the May 1, 2016 News-Press, Ft. Myers, FL May is the second busiest time for car transport companies, second only to the week between Christmas and New Year’s, says Jeannie Phillips, a transport specialist for Young’s Transport Inc. in Fort Myers. And Philips said, it’s a prime time for people to get ripped … Continue reading