In today’s issue Duner and Dude talk about navigating high, difficult and wide corridors. Alex Strogen, Vancouver’s U.S. commercial director general, isn’t just blowing hot air when he talks about the crucial role wind energy has played in supporting the port.

Dr. Mark Manera, founder of The Trucking Fitness Company, guides us on the path to health by teaching us to order food at truck stops.

Brett Suma, CEO of Loadsmith about their partnership with Mastery Logistics, which will facilitate Loadsmith’s transition to an autonomous transport company.

Scott Cornell, head of national travel, crime and theft practice for Travelers, talks about how to get the most out of your trucking insurance policy.

In addition, increasing the production of infant formula; a sharp increase in diesel fuel falls on cross-border imports; the history of two high schools: one supports a career as a driver and the other forbids a truck of teenagers to go to prom; ODOT blast with a gorgeous ending; and more.

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