Consistent with his climate initiatives, President Joe Biden signed an executive order that sets a target of 50% zero-emissions vehicle sales by 2030.
ELD oversight, a place for coercion complaints and a closer look at truck leasing are all part of the proposed Senate infrastructure bill.
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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.
A CDL training academy owner has been indicted for his role in falsifying DOT exams, while a CDL examiner pleaded guilty for his role in the scheme.
In September, truckers will have another opportunity to provide their input on hours of service to FMCSA leaders at a listening session in Washington, D.C.
In terms of road funding, the latest case of the self-inflicted wound is in Pennsylvania, where enormous amounts of highway money go anywhere but highways.
Land Line’s oundup of the latest truck parking-related issues across the United States, ranging from proposed legislation to new truck stops.
A new law in Texas addresses increases in trade traffic along the Texas-Mexico border. The new law aims to aid perishable loads crossing into South Texas.
Maine voters get to decide whether or not to support Maine DOT’s work plan with a question on the fall ballot.
Spotted lanternflies begin laying their eggs in September. Drivers heading to quarantine zones need to be on the lookout for those egg masses.
Little time remains for truck owners to pay their federal highway use tax for heavy vehicles.
Race roadies run, wrench, babysit. NASCAR fans may not see how instrumental truckers are to a race, but drivers like Clint Bowyer and NASCAR officials do.
How do the proposed changes for rest breaks work in the grand scheme of HOS? There’s a proposal to give truck drivers flexibility when they want to take rest breaks. But, just how will those breaks work in the grand scheme of HOS?