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Author: Bill Duckstein

Bill Duckstein
Bill
Duckstein

Bill was born in the small town of Shoshone, Idaho.
Since childhood, he knew what a truck was since his father was a truck driver.
He is fond of electronics and knows everything about the latest technologies for trucks.
Bill shares his thoughts on the company blog logitydispatch.com.

unload truck without loading dock
 

How to Unload a Truck Without a Loading Dock

20 Dec 2021
Bill Duckstein

Destuffing or stripping a shipping container or semi-truck trailer can be tricky without access to a loading dock. There are several options to choose from when you need to know how to unload a truck

 
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Loading Dock Safety Tips

15 Dec 2021
Bill Duckstein

Seeing as the loading dock is the hub for products moving in and out of a facility, it's no wonder the area can be dangerous. Here are a few loading dock safety tips.

 
best truck tire for snow and ice
 

The Best Snow and Ice Tires for Trucks

06 Dec 2021
Bill Duckstein

Driving through a winter wonderland can be a beautiful — but dangerous — experience. That’s especially true if your truck hasn’t been outfitted with proper winter components

 
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Emergency Brake Assist – A System That Saves Lives

29 Nov 2021
Bill Duckstein

A braking assist is a device that slows or stops a vehicle without human intervention. This happens when the braking assist detects obstacles on the truck's path, such as animals, vehicles, and pedestrians.

 
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Best Trucker Podcasts

04 Oct 2021
Bill Duckstein

Even your favorite tunes can get a little boring when you’re on the road for hours or days on end. Podcasts have never been more popular, which means there are plenty of options for you to choose from on your drive!

 
best mud tire for trucks
 

Best Mud Tires for Trucks

14 Sept 2021
Bill Duckstein

Commercial trucks must travel safely through various road conditions. When the weather gets sloshy, mud can pose a risk to a truck driver’s. Commercial truck drivers and trucking companies require top-quality products.