The White House on Wednesday, Jan. 20, issued a “regulatory freeze” memo to pause any new regulations from moving forward.
The Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse continues to confound truckers – and in one state, CDL holders have been unable to meet requirements.
Featured: Coronavirus, News
Land Line Media provides a timeline of the events related to the coronavirus dating back to Dec. 31, when the first reports came out of China.
If you haul natural gas in Canada, you may soon have to pay a new fuel charge. The requirement and charge is part of the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act.
Jon Osburn, skipper of OOIDA’s touring tractor-trailer, plans to spend the weekend at West Memphis, Ark.
Federal, News, State
Before and since the Supreme Court ruled that states can’t be excessive in taking property through asset forfeiture, states have considered reform.
Crime & Courts
Calling it an “exceptional and egregious case,” a U.S. district court awarded $6 million in statutory damages to Landstar Systems for trademark violations.
Crime & Courts
Swift has agreed to a $100 million settlement in a class action lawsuit that accused it of misclassifying 20,000 truck drivers as independent contractors.
Crime & Courts, News
FirstFleet owes more than 2,000 former employees for improperly notifying them of COBRA coverage, causing many to lose insurance and incur medical bills.
Business, News, Products & Services
We a looking at a spring thaw in truck demand and some signs of rising truck rates.
Bipartisan efforts are underway to reauthorize DERA, a grant program funding retrofitting older diesel engines. Glider kits came under fire during a Senate hearing.
If one Pennsylvania state legislator gets his way, certain commercial trucks and trailers throughout the state would be required to use side underride guard systems.
Federal, News, OOIDA
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association is offering its support for a pair of bills that would provide relief to truck drivers from the electronic logging mandate.