February experienced a lot of exciting news in the world of truck parking. Love’s Travel Stops paved the way with six new locations nationwide.
Many claims made to promote a federal truck-only VMT tax are outright untrue – we’ll do some myth-busting. Also, EPA wants your views on truck emissions.
Winter is just around the corner. Do you know which states require chains? Be prepared before you roll out with Land Line’s annual U.S. Chain Law round up.
OOIDA says the FRESH Act, which would increase weight limits on the interstate for select industries, would be rotten for small businesses and safety.
Dozens of national and state agricultural commodities groups are adding their names to the opposition of a using truck-only VMT to fund transportation.
A new zero-emissions report focuses on light-duty vehicles, buses and pedestrians/bicyclists, a switch from some initiatives that focus only on trucks.
A renewed effort in Oregon to adopt a cap-and-trade plan to combat greenhouse gas emissions is underway. Opponents are pulling out all the stops to thwart the effort.
Various speed limit changes are being considered by several states, including repealing California’s split speed limit law and raised speed limits elsewhere.
Despite NAFTA value taking a nosedive in the last two months of 2019, it still ended the year better than it started. Truck freight, however, went down.
MATS features more than 1 million square feet of exhibit space, educational seminars and entertainment. Even better, all of it is free as long you register by Feb. 25.
OOIDA issued a Call to Action to its more than 160,000 members, asking them to let their lawmakers know they are against a truck-only VMT tax.
UPS is asking the FMCSA to grant an exemption to its commercial learner’s permit holders so they can operate twin 28-foot trailers.
The Ohio House has taken action to advance a bill touted to aid motor carriers looking to hire drivers needed to combat a proclaimed “driver shortage.”