Set a Record With Us

Truck drivers accomplish some amazing tasks. For instance, one driver logged 3,001,276 miles in a commercial truck between February 12, 1986 and March 14, 2009 without one single accident. Because of that, he earned the Guinness Book of World Records Title. To this day, no one has been able to surpass his record achievement. Do you think you have what it takes to surpass the most miles title? If so, the Guinness Book of World Records is interested in hearing from you.

Believe it or not, setting your own record has never been easier. To help you win that elusive title, the Guinness Book of World Records now offers an easy to navigate website with a free online application for drivers who can do amazing or uncommon feats. Those interested will also find a long list of fun and amazing titles that they can challenge. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again–there are some truly awesome people in trucking. Thanks to the Guinness Book of World Records even more of them are now being acknowledged. If you’re interested in competing, simply visit the following links (Most Miles) or (Other Records). When you do, fill out the application. You never know, you could be the next title holder for something like “tightest parallel parking” or the “shortest driver” in trucking. You can even make up your own category. The possibilities are endless.

At Millis Transfer, you don’t have to hold a world record to get our attention. We think drivers who try their hardest and put safety first are record holders in their own right. That’s why we always go out of our way to recognize the many amazing accomplishments of dedicated drivers like Tom Atkinson or Jennifer Sterritt-Smith. They are just a couple of our own million milers who help to remind us all of the great things we can accomplish when we put forth our best efforts.

If you’re a dedicated driver, who would like to join a family that puts your best interests first and recognizes the hard work that you do, then give us a call. With great benefits, top dollar pay, and some of the best equipment in the market, you’ll be glad you did.

About Millis Transfer
Millis Transfer, Getting It There Since 1936, has an impressive service record earning dozens of “Carrier of the Year” awards. Headquartered in Black River Falls, Wis., Millis is also a Certified Top Pay Carrier with some of the best equipment on the road. Maintenance facilities and drop yards are strategically located throughout the company’s operating area. Its sister company, Millis Training Institute, offers five school locations that provide students with quality training in order to earn their CDL-A license. For more information, please visit www.millistransfer.com, www.mtidriving.com or call 1-800-937-0880.

Looking Ahead to the Possibilities

2017 holds a lot of promise. The trucking business in particular is expected to have budding opportunity. As published by the American Trucking Association, the driver shortage continues and the demand for truck drivers is expected to grow throughout the year 2020. An online financial blog reports that the main factor in the trucking shortage is the disparity between those retiring in comparison to the number of drivers taking to the road.

Analysts also believe that 2017 will bring us closer to automation and self driving vehicles in positive ways. For instance, Uber has bought a company in San Francisco that produces self-driving trucks named “Otto” and the company has made their first delivery with them, transporting over 50,000 beers to Colorado. While self-driving trucks are not slated to take over the trucking industry, they will begin to make a notable presence in the years to come. Along with self driving trucks, Uber is also promising flying cars. According to a white paper they published, Uber has already launched a fleet of them in Pittsburgh.

In a December 2016 report from the President of the United States, it was stated that the trucking industry may lose nearly 1.7 million jobs, but it will also gain new ones. Predicting which jobs will be lost by automation is challenging, as automation is not a single technology, but rather a collection of technologies applied to specific tasks. Some will be more easily automated than others and many positions will be altered in the years to come as a result of new advances in technology. To learn more, the report can be accessed here: http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whitehouse.gov/files/documents/Artificial-Intelligence-Automation-Economy.PDF

Automation is not the end of the driver, but the beginning of a new role and process of delivery for drivers. As the Executive Report states, “Some jobs may be automated away, while for others, AI-driven automation will make many workers more productive and increase demand for certain skills. Finally, new jobs are likely to be directly created in areas such as the development and supervision of AI as well as indirectly created in a range of areas throughout the economy as higher incomes lead to expanded demand.”

As 2017 gets underway, those currently working in and those entering the field, will have exciting adventures ahead in the way advances in automation and transportation technology impact the industry. Discussion of deregulation may also take greater form and lead to new opportunity. The benefits of the field are not yet even fully defined in the wake of this exciting, emerging semi-automated transformation. One thing is for certain, however, the possibilities are endless.

About Millis Transfer
Millis Transfer, Getting It There Since 1936, has an impressive service record earning dozens of “Carrier of the Year” awards. Headquartered in Black River Falls, Wis., Millis is also a Certified Top Pay Carrier with some of the best equipment on the road. Maintenance facilities and drop yards are strategically located throughout the company’s operating area. Its sister company, Millis Training Institute, offers five school locations that provide students with quality training in order to earn their CDL-A license. For more information, please visit www.millistransfer.com, www.mtidriving.com or call 1-800-937-0880.

Nine Millis Transfer Drivers Achieve Two Million Safe Miles

Millis Transfer is pleased to announce that nine of our drivers recently achieved the career milestone of safely driving two million miles. An amazing accomplishment, these fleet members have not only made highways safer for travelers, they have set a safety standard that only the best drivers in the industry achieve. “We’d like to extend our congratulations to each of them,” Dan Millis, Safety Director of Millis Transfer, said. “Everyone at the company is so proud to have these individuals as part of our team. Please join with us in recognizing their hard work and dedication.”

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration reported a total of 437,000 crash related incidents for the year of 2014, representing some of the latest research available. “It means a lot that our drivers are not only taking extra precautions, they are helping to reduce the number of incidents that occur. When you have drivers that maintain incident free records, it helps everyone,” Millis said. “Two million safe miles is a significant accomplishment and we are thankful to all of our fleet members for their diligence in achieving this goal. It makes a tremendous difference.” The following drivers are the new members of the Millis Transfer fleet to successfully reach this important achievement:

Truck 46005 – Frank Arpino
Truck 5818 – Tom Atkinson
Truck 7011 – Terry Caldwell, graduate of Millis Training School
Truck 5823 – Trevor Davies
Truck 6010 – Mark Ruffner, graduate of Millis Training School
Truck 5108 – Jennifer Sterritt-Smith, graduate of Millis Training School
Truck 5027 – Russell Thompson, graduate of Millis Training School
Truck 7066 – Eddie Vandergriff
Truck 46068 – Jeff Vanstechelman

About Millis Transfer
Millis Transfer, Getting It There Since 1936, has an impressive service record earning dozens of “Carrier of the Year” awards. Headquartered in Black River Falls, Wis., Millis is also a Certified Top Pay Carrier with some of the best equipment on the road. Maintenance facilities and drop yards are strategically located throughout the company’s operating area. Its sister company, Millis Training Institute, offers five school locations that provide students with quality training in order to earn their CDL-A license. For more information, please visit www.millistransfer.com, www.mtidriving.com or call 1-800-937-0880.

Turning Over a New Leaf, Finding New Roads

The American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) recently published survey results that analyzed people who wanted to pursue a new field later in their careers. According to the findings, 82% of survey participants made a successful transition after the age of 45.

“The study offers valuable lessons for older workers, employers and higher education leaders,” AIER reports. “Whether the decision is voluntary or forced on them, older workers can and do shift their career paths.” When they do, findings show it usually helps them to achieve their financial and personal goals. To read more, you can see the article here: https://www.aier.org/CCwebform-OWS

Changing jobs doesn’t have to be scary or risky, especially when you make the decision to join the trucking industry. If you’re an individual that enjoys the freedom of the open road, is inspired by the countryside, likes being your own boss, and wants to work with a company that treats you like a member of the family, then Millis Transfer has the financial and personal rewards you’re seeking. Our on-site schooling and paid training make it easier than ever to do what you’ve always wanted and to see the world from a whole new perspective.

As reported in one online article, “The American Trucking Association (ATA) has initiated a billboard, print and TV campaign to convince older couples to drive together. The reason: The 1.3 million drivers of long-haul, heavy trucks are approximately 20,000 fewer than needed. Putting two drivers in one cab doubles the miles driven, substantially cutting delivery times.”

“The Complete Guide to a Career Change after 50” also points out that the average age of retirement is rising. “Many people over 50 may have 15, 20, or even 30 years of working life left in them, and some choose to spend the remainder of their working years in a new career.”

With that said, why not spend it with the one you love, out on the open road. Older couples can benefit tremendously by entering the trucking industry. They get the advantage of being together, while traveling to all the places they have always wanted to see. And while they get to see all the places they have always wanted to, they are getting paid to be there.

Financial rewards. Sight-seeing. Good times together. When you are ready to start driving, we’ll be here.

About Millis Transfer
Millis Transfer, Getting It There Since 1936, has an impressive service record earning dozens of “Carrier of the Year” awards. Headquartered in Black River Falls, Wis., Millis is also a Certified Top Pay Carrier with some of the best equipment on the road. Maintenance facilities and drop yards are strategically located throughout the company’s operating area. Its sister company, Millis Training Institute, offers five school locations that provide students with quality training in order to earn their CDL-A license. For more information, please visit www.millistransfer.com, www.mtidriving.com or call 1-800-937-0880.

Distracted Driving: No Call, No Text, No Ticket

There’s a growing list of penalties when it comes to distracted driving. Drivers should take note. According to new research conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), the risks of being in a crash increases 23.2 times when commercial drivers engage in texting and/or distracted driving on the road. To combat risks, the FMCSA is getting tougher on when and how drivers utilize their mobile devices.

When you first read through the rules listed on the FMCSA website, it sounds much like what you would expect. Rules stipulate that drivers may not engage in texting and/or using a handheld mobile device while operating a commercial motor vehicle. Motor carriers are also prohibited from requiring or allowing their drivers to engage in texting while driving. Commercial driver’s license (CDL) regulations have also been amended with texting or distracted driving citations now listed as a disqualifying offense.

All to often, the devil‘s in the details. That would be particularly true for mobile phone rules. It’s not just a matter of not texting. A driver could also be cited for simply holding their phone at a stop light. Since violations of any of the rules could result in fines, disqualification, being prohibited from driving and more…it’s important to know there’s a lot more than just not texting when it comes to the use of your phone.

According to FMCSA, drivers may not do any of the following:

Use at least one hand to hold a mobile phone to make a call;
Dial a mobile phone by pressing more than a single button; or
Reach for a mobile phone in a manner that requires a driver to maneuver so that he or she is no longer in a seated driving position, restrained by a seat belt.

CMV drivers who use a mobile phone while driving can only use a hands-free phone located in close proximity. Rules governing mobile phone use apply to “drivers operating a commercial motor vehicle on a roadway, including moving forward or temporarily stationary because of traffic, traffic control devices, or other momentary delays.”

And for anyone unclear as to what constitutes texting… new regulations specify: “manually entering alphanumeric text into, or reading text from, an electronic device.”

According to FMCSA, it is very easy to comply with the new rules. Simply put: There’s no reaching for the phone. No holding of the phone. No dialing of the phone and certainly no reading or texting when the driver is in transit or stationary in traffic. While some drivers might be able to text without being caught, remember that call logs are always available via your phone carrier.

To learn more, please visit:
http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/sites/fmcsa.dot.gov/files/docs/Mobile_Phone_Rule_Fact_Sheet.pdf

About Millis Transfer
Millis Transfer, Getting It There Since 1936, has an impressive service record earning the company dozens of “Carrier of the Year” awards. Headquartered in Black River Falls, Wis., Millis is also a Certified Top Pay Carrier with some of the best equipment on the road. Maintenance facilities and drop yards are strategically located throughout the company’s operating area. Its sister company, Millis Training Institute, offers five school locations that provide students with quality training in order to earn their CDL-A license. For more information, please visit www.millistransfer.com, www.mtidriving.com or call 1-800-937-0880.

Smart Planning Key To Improved Profits, Happier Holidays

Each year brick and mortar stores try diligently to predict what they will need for the holiday season. It is part of an equation for success. The onset of online shopping has expanded that equation to include an entire new dimension to the holiday shopping experience. Knowing how much of a particular item to order, according to retail managers, is the key factor to the complex calculation that motivates profit and keeps loads in transit. Smart planning, it is said, is really what enables managers to order the right amount of stock for Pre-Black Friday, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and other significant shopping events.

Smart Planning is not only important for success in retail, it is crucial for the transportation sector. When the holiday season approaches, having all of your ducks in a row makes a big difference. Research shows those who are organized usually enjoy better holiday experiences, safer travels, and accomplish more. With that in mind, here are a few items to remember when preparing and organizing for your own holiday season:

Preventative Maintenance
Make sure all of your preventative maintenance is up-to-date. Unexpected winter weather is a lot easier to drive through when you’re prepared. Regardless of how often preventative maintenance is preformed, remember to check your truck at different points in transit, especially in winter weather.

Know Where To Find Shelter
Plan out your routes. Make reservations in advance when possible, when needed. Have places where you can take shelter. Monitor the weather and stay alert.

Personal Accessories
Make sure you pack clothing for varying weather conditions. If you do not already, get a pair of gloves, a scarf, and extra clothing should temperatures or weather conditions take an unexpected turn.

Decide Where You Want To Be During The Holidays
Whether it is on the road or sitting at the in-laws for Christmas dinner, early planning will help to make your holidays a lot more enjoyable. Pre-planning and sharing your plans will go a long way into ensuring everything goes smoothly.

Be Smart About Holiday Shopping
Holiday Shopping usually means more congested highways, even with increased incentive to shop online. The article “5 Safe Online Shopping Tips for This Holiday Season” says “Above all, to stay healthy and wealthy, you’ve got to be wise. Just as you would exercise caution with your wallet and belongings in a crowded store, remember to be as vigilant in the World Wide Mall.” To read more about safe shopping, click here:
http://www.webroot.com/us/en/home/resources/articles/online-shopping-banking/shopping-5-safe-online-tips-for-this-holiday-season

The holidays are always an adventure, especially for truck drivers. With a little pre-planning, however, the roads are sure to be a little less stressful and a lot more enjoyable. Take a little time to make this year one of your best. Do the necessary pre-planning.

About Millis Transfer
Mills Transfer, Getting It There Since 1936, has an impressive service record earning the company dozens of “Carrier of the Year” awards. Headquartered in Black River Falls, Wis., Millis is also a Certified Top Pay Carrier with some of the best equipment on the road. Maintenance facilities and drop yards are strategically located throughout the company’s operating area. Its sister company, Millis Training Institute, offers five school locations that provide students with quality training in order to earn their CDL-A license. For more information, please visit www.millistransfer.com, www.mtidriving.com or call 1-800-937-0880.

Speed Limits: Some Trucks Can’t Go Faster

A recent article by the Associated Press says that “Big Rigs Often Go Faster Than Tires Can Handle.” According to Tire Review, the average speed a tire can operate without a blow-out varies on the brand. 75mph is considered to be the average speed a tire can go before it becomes a hazard. Depending on tire, actual speed could vary from 55-82 mph.

Speed limiting devices have been a point of debate due to the number of incidents involving high speeds, such as tire blow-outs and accidents.

“Setting speed limits has traditionally been the responsibility of states, except for the period of 1973-1994. During that time, the federal government enacted mandatory speed limit ceilings on interstate highways and similar limited access roads through a National Maximum Speed Limit.” According to the 2015 Governors Highway Safety Association, “Congress repealed the National Maximum Speed Limit in 1995. Since then, 34 states have raised speed limits to 70 mph or higher on some portion of their roadway systems.”

Not all speed limits are set by states. Rhode Island speed limits are set by the State Traffic Commission and West Virginia speed limits are set by the Commissioner of the Division of Highways.

Regardless of who establishes the speed limit, it is common to see variations on the highway. There’s usually one speed for cars. Another speed for tractor trailers. Speed limits can also vary according to the type of roadway, traveling conditions and whether or not it is day or night.

Speed limiters are mechanical instruments that operate through a series of electronic sensors that calibrate the vehicle’s speed and transmit that information to the engine’s computer. Once information is received, sensors determine whether or not a truck is moving too fast for conditions. If so, fuel and air are restricted and the engine cannot accelerate.

By 2017, according to Overdrive Magazine, speed limiting devices are expected to be mandatory for truck manufacturers. While that is limiting for some, a survey conducted in 2007 shows that 69% of trucking companies already have those kind of devices on at least some of their rigs, with an average limit of 69 mph.

Even with a growing number of speed limiting devices in place, the Associated Press cites increased speed limits in 14 states, mainly west of the Mississippi River, that now have speed limits of 75, 80 and 85 mph. For those who can accelerate to this speed, wrecks and blowouts remain a concern. It’s “a scientific fact that kinetic energy increases twice as fast as speed…” According to the website FairTrafficLaws.Com, “When motorists double their speed, they have four times as much energy to deal with and crashes are four times more severe.”

However fast you approach your deliveries, please be safe and cautious. “To assure safety on our highways, vehicle speed must be carefully considered by highway designers and traffic managers and wisely controlled by motorists.”

To view a chart of speed limits in various sectors, please visit this page: http://www.ghsa.org/html/stateinfo/laws/speedlimit_laws.html

About Millis Transfer
Mills Transfer, Getting It There Since 1936, has an impressive service record earning the company dozens of “Carrier of the Year” awards. Headquartered in Black River Falls, Wis., Millis is also a Certified Top Pay Carrier with some of the best equipment on the road. Maintenance facilities and drop yards are strategically located throughout the company’s operating area. Its sister company, Millis Training Institute, offers five school locations that provide students with quality training in order to earn their CDL-A license. For more information, please visit www.millistransfer.com, www.mtidriving.com or call 1-800-937-0880.

RoadCheck 2015: Preparing for Safety Inspections

Your motto on the road should always be “Safety First.” That is especially true when it comes to properly functioning brakes. According to the Operation Airbrake Program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and other affiliated partners, “Brake-related violations comprise the largest percentage (representing 46.2 percent during Roadcheck 2014) of all out-of-service violations cited during roadside inspections.”

To help combat this issue, the Operation Airbrake Program is sponsoring a national “Brake Safety Week” September 6-12, 2015. During the campaign, “…CMV inspectors will conduct brake system inspections (primarily Level IV Inspections) on trucks and buses throughout North America…”

According to FMCSA and Operation Airbrake, properly functioning brake systems are crucial to safe commercial motor vehicle (CMV) operation. “CMV brakes are designed to hold up under tough conditions, but they must be inspected and maintained carefully and consistently so they operate and perform properly throughout the vehicle’s life.”

Inspections conducted during Brake Safety Week consists of checking for loose or missing parts, air or hydraulic fluid leaks, worn linings, pads, drums or rotors, and other faulty brake-system components.

According to Operation Airbrake, “Additional inspections may include some Level I Inspections and, in ten participating jurisdictions, overall vehicle braking efficiency will be tested using performance-based brake testing (PBBT) equipment. These systems include a slow speed roller dynamometer that measure total vehicle weight and total brake force, from which braking efficiency is calculated. The minimum braking efficiency for trucks is 43.5 percent, required by U.S. federal regulation and the CVSA Out-of-Service Criteria.”

Brake safety is always a priority and inspections are more important than ever. According to Operation Airbrake, more than 13,000 brakes were inspected last year. Altogether, more than 3.4 million brakes have been inspected since the program’s inception in 1998.

To get drivers prepared, The Motorist Assurance Program is also hosting free brake safety inspections during August, considered Brake Safety Awareness month, across the country to help teach drivers about proper brake system safety and maintenance.

“We welcome all drivers to come and learn firsthand about proper brake system and vehicle care,” Joe Henmueller, Motorist Assurance Program (MAP) President said. “And, August is a perfect time to have your car’s brakes inspected. In a few weeks, the back-to-school driving routine begins. Soon, Mom & Dad are either shuttling students with full schedules, or maybe sending their teenager off to college in an older family vehicle.”

Before you know it, Henmueller added, the holidays and winter will be here. Checking brake condition and ensuring brake safety NOW offers great peace of mind.

About Millis Transfer
Mills Transfer, Getting It There Since 1936, has an impressive service record earning the company dozens of “Carrier of the Year” awards. Headquartered in Black River Falls, Wis., Millis is also a Certified Top Pay Carrier with some of the best equipment on the road. Maintenance facilities and drop yards are strategically located throughout the company’s operating area. Its sister company, Millis Training Institute, offers five school locations that provide students with quality training in order to earn their CDL-A license. For more information, please visit www.millistransfer.com, www.mtidriving.com or call 1-800-937-0880.

Job Stability For Tomorrow

In both good times and bad, trucking is one field that offers the added value of job stability. Those who make the decision to become a truck driver today can rest assured that there will be ample opportunity in the years ahead.

Becoming a truck driver, especially with Millis Transfer, is an excellent career choice for a number of reasons, especially if you’re looking for something you can depend on tomorrow. According to reports published by both government and independent agencies, stability is not as readily available as it was in years past. That is why you want to choose strategically and cautiously. That’s why you want to choose Millis Transfer. When drivers join our company, they join for the long haul.

Job stability is important. As one online source indicated, “When workers don’t fear for their jobs, they are more likely to perform at a higher level and feel greater commitment to an employer.” Perhaps that’s why those who drive for Millis Transfer enjoy not only great benefits, but a better work environment.

As with any type of training, students want to make certain that the field they enter today will be in demand tomorrow. There are a lot of online reports that agree trucking will continue to be a profession in high demand. One of the most recent reports from the American Trucking Association confirms that.

“The data in our Driver Compensation Study, which covered 130 fleets and more than 130,000 drivers, shows that now more than ever, trucking is an excellent career path,” said ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello. “Fleets are raising pay and offering generous benefit packages in order to attract and keep their drivers in the face of a growing driver shortage.”

Trucking offers unique rewards. Job stability is just one of them. If you are considering the trucking industry, there’s no better time than now to earn your CDL-A license through the Millis Training Institute and, upon graduation, join the Millis Transfer family.

About Millis Transfer
Mills Transfer, Getting It There Since 1936, has an impressive service record earning the company dozens of “Carrier of the Year” awards. Headquartered in Black River Falls, Wis., Millis is also a Certified Top Pay Carrier with some of the best equipment on the road. Maintenance facilities and drop yards are strategically located throughout the company’s operating area. Its sister company, Millis Training Institute, offers five school locations that provide students with quality training in order to earn their CDL-A license. For more information please visit www.millistransfer.com, www.mtidriving.com or call 1-800-937-0880.

We Are There For You

Things not said out loud sometimes say the most, especially when it comes to helping others. Most people don’t realize it, but a long list of charity projects were developed and are funded by truck drivers. Sometimes, if you listen well enough, you might hear bits about those projects, in quiet, unusual ways. Truck drivers do make a big difference. Probably a bigger difference than you realize. When truckers pull together, almost anything can be accomplished. If you’ve been looking for a reason to join the trucking profession, here’s a good one to add to the list: One the best things about being a truck driver is knowing that you work in a field of professionals that care. Not only are truck drivers helping the general public, they are there for each other. The following are just a few of the projects available to truck drivers and family funded by truck drivers and family:

Trucker Charity
The mission of Trucker Charity is to assist those in the trucking industry in need. We will do this financially, and with education. Our life coach and mentoring programs work with those that need help one on one. We will raise money to help support people in the trucking industry who are in need and luck has passed them by. Including mechanics, truckers and their families and all jobs related to the trucking industry. www.truckercharity.org

Truckers United for Charity
Truckers United for Charities is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit all volunteer led organization. We are “Truckers and friends, helping others one mile at a time.” Throughout the year, we hold fundraisers at various truck shows. Typically that is done by selling food from a grill that we staff in the truck parking lot at the truck show. One of our latest projects was for Doernbecher Children Hospital Foundation (a hospital where Chance Rogers was treated. Chance Rogers had cancer and was a grandson of a fellow truck driver).
For more information, email us at: info@truckersunitedforcharities.org Phone: 734-224-8030
http://truckersunitedforcharities.org/website/

St. Christopher Truckers Development and Relief Fund (SCF)
The St. Christopher Truckers Development and Relief Fund (SCF) is a 501(c)(3), truck driver charity that helps drivers whose medical problems have led to financial hardship. The SCF is also working to provide programs that will benefit professional drivers and the trucking industry. For more information about this charity, send a letter to P.O. Box 30763, Knoxville, TN 37930, call 865-202-9428, fax to 865-851-8396, or send an email to: contact@truckersfund.org.
http://truckersfund.com/

TruckersFinalMile
Truckersfinalmile.org is an IRS recognized 501 (c) (3) Charity Organization with a devoted Mission to Reunite North American Truck Drivers with Their Family in Times of Crisis. In cases of a trucker’s death, regardless of cause or fault, truckersfinalmile.org can verify an event within their stated four hour goal, and communicate immediate travel arrangements for the next of kin. These arrangements may include air or ground transportation, and lodging for up to five days. Return travel, as well as transportation of a driver’s remains home, are included. Interested parties can call Robert at 505-288-2282 for further information on this fundraising campaign. www.truckersfinalmile.org.

About Millis Transfer
Mills Transfer, Getting It There Since 1936, has an impressive service record earning the company dozens of “Carrier of the Year” awards. Headquartered in Black River Falls, Wis., Millis is also a Certified Top Pay Carrier with some of the best equipment on the road. Maintenance facilities and drop yards are strategically located throughout the company’s operating area. Its sister company, Millis Training Institute, offers five school locations that provide students with quality training in order to earn their CDL-A license. For more information please visit www.millistransfer.com, www.mtidriving.com or call 1-800-937-0880.

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