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Along theRoute Recent events and news from Nebraska Trucker Advertisers WHY TAYLOR & MARTIN AUCTIONS?


• average over 370 participants representing 42 states


• seventy percent of our business is from repeat customers —proof of our reputation of commitment to customer satisfaction


• absentee and online internet bidding are routine practices


No other company can bring the Taylor &


Martin difference to work for you. PREPASS SAVES 52MILLION HOURS


Absolute auctions provide the fastest,


most efficient and cost effective method of selling equipment - no buy backs, no minimums and no reserves. Adhering to this philosophy promotes strong buyer loyalty and participation. Buyers know everything will be sold at fair market value. Every piece of equipment goes to a new home that day — no loose ends. We have based our reputation on these business practices and principles. Taylor & Martin is dedicated exclusively to


the trucking industry, as it has been for more than 50 years and is the nation’s leader in over- the-road trucking equipment remarketing and appraisals. Taylor & Martin auctions are recognized


as the industry leader in this method of the sale and purchase of equipment and pioneered the over-the-road tractor and trailer auction business. • professional and no-nonsense business environment


• nationwide, we bring the market to your equipment


18 HELP Inc. (HELP) is North America’s


oldest non-profit public/private partnership serving the commercial trucking industry. HELP’s flagship service — PrePass©


is


endorsed by both Nebraska Trucking Association and ATA. Te PrePass e-screening and weigh


station preclearance system has 310 sites in 31 states and is the only bypass service that electronically screens carriers before their trucks go on the road, using the most current, accurate data available. All data used to screen carriers for bypass eligibility is subject to stringent security and privacy requirements adopted by the HELP Board of Directors. HELP also offers PrePass Plus


interoperable electronic toll payment and toll management services for commercial vehicles, available on more than 80 toll roads, turnpikes and other tolled facilities across the U.S. As of March 2015, more than a half


million trucks from more than 43,000 fleets are enrolled in and qualified for PrePass. Since 1997 truckers have saved more than 52 million hours of time and more than 252 million gallons of fuel, for a total cost savings of more than $4.4 billion to qualified carriers. For additional information, visit www.helpinc.us


TRUCK CENTER COMPANIES AWARDS SCHOLARSHIP


Truck Center Companies (TCC) awarded


a diesel tech scholarship to Dusty Stevens, a graduate of Sierra Vista High School in Las Vegas. Dusty’s academic achievement and motivation to excel in a diesel program earned his scholarship. TCC is excited to assist Dusty throughout his diesel technology program at Metro Community College of Omaha. He will have a full-time career waiting at TCC after he graduates. TCC’s three full-time trainers provide a 4-month Technician Acceleration Program for all new VocTech graduates to accelerate their skills into master diesel technicians. TCC will soon announce recipients of two


more diesel tech scholarships, and another two will be awarded in the fall of 2015. Each scholarship winner is awarded up to $10,000. Te next application deadline is August 10th, 2015. For additional scholarship details and to apply online, visit www.tccscholarships.com. If you have any questions contact Jim Walsh at 402-951-3380 or Chelsey Brooks at 402-951-3365. NT


NEBRASKA TRUCKER — ISSUE 2, 2015 — www.nebtrucking.com


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