Crime & Courts, News
A small-business trucking company owner wanted to bid on a third truck, but Arizona officials seized his money without any criminal charges.
Massachusetts will spend big on roads and bridges, Maine will ask voters about highway bonds, and the feds fail to advance infrastructure.
Featured: Coronavirus, News
Land Line Media provides a timeline of the events related to the coronavirus dating back to Dec. 31, 2019, when the first reports came out of China.
OOIDA & Land Line are compiling information specifically for truckers on COVID-19 regulatory relief and the statewide crowd and restaurant restrictions. We are updating this page regularly as the news breaks.
Fuel prices, News
The latest report from the EIA showed the national average diesel price is lower than the previous week for the first time this summer.
The West Virginia Legislature has approved routing $150 million in surplus funds for roads and bridges across the state.
Crime & Courts
Two trucking companies are off the hook after a judge found Sunrise Tire and Lube Services liable for a fatal crash involving a detached tire.
OOIDA’s Truck to Success course on becoming an owner-operator is set for Oct. 26-28. Watch a free preview on cost of operations.
After much debate, amendments and public comments from residents and stakeholders, Minneapolis is moving forward with its truck parking ban.
News, Products & Services
An Oregon trucker is filing a class-action lawsuit against Royal Philips due to a recall of the company’s CPAP and BiPAP devices.
After a two-day strike, Puerto Rico truckers have agreed to return to work after the central government agreed to increase rates by 35%.
“Live From Exit 24” returns July 28. Host Mike Matousek welcomes Travis Ginest, OOIDA Senior Claims Counsel for the hourlong conversation.
Crime & Courts
After more than three years in litigation, FedEx Freight has reached a settlement with a former driver who alleged racial discrimination.