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TRUCKERS SET APRIL 14 NEWS CONFERENCE TO UNVEIL 'HOW TO DRIVE IN PHOENIX'

 TRUCKERS SET APRIL 14 NEWS CONFERENCE
 TO UNVEIL 'HOW TO DRIVE IN PHOENIX'
 At a 9:30 a.m. news conference on April 14, the American Trucking Associations (ATA) will name nine traffic "hot spots" where Phoenix metro area motorists must exercise extreme caution.
 ATA President and CEO Thomas J. Donohue will unveil "How to Drive in Phoenix," a brochure featuring advice from professional truck drivers and traffic officials on how to safely navigate Phoenix streets and highways.
 Other brochure highlights include:
 -- The Top 10 accident spots on Phoenix city streets; and
 -- The five leading causes of accidents in the metro area.
 The news conference will also feature John Holland, a member of America's Road Team, a prestigious national group of truck drivers with millions of accident-free miles. Mayor Paul Johnson is scheduled to attend.
 PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES:
 A tractor trailer will be available for media interested in videotaping traffic from a truck driver's perspective. A large map of the Phoenix metro area which pinpoints the "hot spots" will be featured.
 NEWS CONFERENCE:
 Thomas J. Donohue, president and CEO
 American Trucking Associations
 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, April 14
 Hyatt Regency Phoenix, Civic Plaza
 Curtis Room (Atrium Level)
 122 N. Second St., Phoenix
 CONTACT: Sandy Lynch or John Doyle of the American Trucking Associations, Office of Public Affairs, 703-838-1873.
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