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ROANOKE, W.Va. — Representatives from around 35 companies involved in the state’s trucking industry gathered at Stonewall Wednesday to discuss the issues they face in the business.

Those attending the West Virginia Trucking Association‘s Annual Convention received a crash course on what they will need to know in the upcoming year.

“What we try to do is put together one day of education for our members,” said Janet Vineyard, president of the West Virginia Oil Marketers and Grocers Association, which represents the trucking association. “We’re trying to cover everything from driver training, to driver shortage, to federal laws, regulations, legal implications that you might have so you can do a better job. So, this is our day of refresh and retraining.”


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