The Colonial Pipeline shutdown has caused numerous disruptions, including fuel shortages at several truck stops in four states.
Many truckers have asked “Can I use personal conveyance to drive home?” We’ll clarify that and other rumors running rampant in trucking now.
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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.
An effort underway in the Pennsylvania statehouse would adopt a federal weight exemption for battery-powered electric tractor-trailers.
Crime & Courts
In most cases, multiple DUIs would warrant a lifetime CDL ban, but a dispute over what “CDL holder” means made its way to Idaho’s Supreme Court.
Through the Meals for 18 Wheels Facebook page, volunteers can sign up to deliver meals to truckers caught in a pickle by circumstances beyond their control.
How’s this for irony? The device that helped usher in hours-of-service reform is threatening to delay truckers the relief they need.
OOIDA says the California bill aimed at preventing workers from being misclassified will not end the owner-operator model in the state.
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association is evaluating options after a federal appeals court decided not to rehear its Pennsylvania toll suit.
More and more states are simplifying the process for professional drivers and others to vote through online registration resources.
Crime & Courts
Leslie and Robert Cucino sentenced on Monday for their role in coercing drivers of their trucking companies to falsify records.
If you’re faced with lots of tight turning and back-and-forth jockeying, Volvo Dynamic Steering would help, says Land Line’s Tom Berg. It’s new to the U.S.
A $500 reward is offered through OOIDA’s TRACER Alert network for information on these semi-trucks stolen in Arizona and Louisiana.