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International Franchise Association Launches Initiative to Ensure Truck Drivers Have Access to Food
The International Franchise Association launched a new initiative to ensure that commercial truck drivers can more easily access food amid the pandemic. Commercial trucks do not fit through standard drive-thru lanes. Firehouse Subs, McDonald’s, Nathans’s Famous, Ruby Tuesday, Shoney’s, and Sonic are among the first restaurant franchises to commit to accommodating truck drivers.

NATSO, ATA Urges State and Local Officials to Ensure Commercial Drivers, Emergency Relief Supplies Aren't Delayed
NATSO and the American Trucking Associations urged state and local officials to carefully consider the operational differences of essential businesses when implementing social distancing guidelines to ensure that truckstops and travel plazas can safely serve commercial drivers without delaying the delivery of critical emergency relief supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic.

WVTA Members Receive a 2.7% discount
West Virginia Trucking Association members recieve a 2.7% discount

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