Hurricane Beryl Hits Texas; Car Deaths Up 75% Since 2009 | WHAT THE HELL?!?
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Hurricane Beryl Hits Texas; Car Deaths Up 75% Since 2009 | WHAT THE HELL?!?


Hurricane Beryl Hits Texas; Car Deaths Up 75% Since 2009 | WHAT THE HELL?!?

Hurricane Beryl Hits Texas; Car Deaths Up 75% Since 2009 | WHAT THE HELL?!?

In episode 732 of the series WHAT IS THIS CAR?!?, Dooner talks about Hurricane Beryl hitting Houston. The storm has already left over 2 million people without power. Could this spark a retaliatory outburst from carriers?

With a 75% increase in truck fatalities since 2009, is it time to rethink safety? Descartes’ Jerry Veres shares his story of a successful safety culture transformation.

Riteload Loadboard promises to connect shippers directly with carriers. We learn from Matthew Kane how it differs from others like DAT and Truckstop. We also learn the story behind the personalized pair of WHAT THE TRUCK?!? sneakers.

Trying to enjoy the 4th of July weekend but are getting annoyed by endless checkpoints? AI checkpoint platform LoadPartner promises to end driver location headaches. Garrett Allen explains how it works and tells us about his six-hour motorcycle ride to do air squats in West Virginia.

And then there’s the fact that a man shoots a drone, another ship is Ever Given, and so on.

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