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Crime & Courts, News

Supreme Court: Arbitration exemption applies to truckers outside of transportation industry

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a truck driver doesn’t have to work in the transportation industry to be exempt from arbitration.

Crime & Courts, News, Truck Parking

Thieves make off with $12K worth of pork in latest Philly cargo theft

Another cargo theft in Philadephia underscores the need for safe truck parking. Find out what the crooks made off with this time.

News, Safety & Security

Research exposes alarming cybersecurity vulnerabilities of ELDs

Researches were able to hack into a truck’s system via its ELD, revealing dangerous cybersecurity issues posed by the mandated technology.

News, State

Arkansas transportation dashboard now available

The Arkansas Department of Transportation has developed an interactive dashboard on its website to provide drivers with pertinent information.

News, State

Autonomous trucks are a trending topic at statehouses

Legislation addressing authorization of autonomous vehicles, including large trucks, is a topic drawing consideration in statehouses.


FMCSA expounds on Key Bridge emergency

FMCSA hosted a webinar for motor carriers and drivers regarding the emergency issued as a result of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse.

Federal, News

Tax fairness bill would reinstate per diem for company drivers

As Tax Day approaches, there is a bill in the House and Senate that would restore the per diem tax deduction for employee truck drivers.

News, State, Truck Parking

Georgia nears passage of legislation to address truck parking

Georgia lawmakers approve action intended to address concerns about a lack of adequate truck parking. Other states also tackle the topic.

Crime & Courts, Federal, News, State

Federal court upholds California’s ability to set stricter vehicle-emission standards

The D.C. Circuit Court ruled that California’s Clean Air Act waiver can stay intact, setting up a showdown at the Supreme Court.


British Columbia officials drop the ball when it comes to announcing major changes

Legislative changes happen fast in Canada. Did the British Columbia government do enough to inform truckers about a major change?