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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.
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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.
The American Transportation Research Institute has released its annual survey to find out the top issues facing the trucking industry.
California summer produce is coming on. Volume out of Los Angeles jumped 6% and produce is strong from the San Francisco and Fresno, Calif., markets.
Perhaps someone should make commercials for the FMCSA about how some of the rules and regs they make have “side effects that may vary and could include.”
Positive state actions, negative city ordinances, empty lots and “barnacles” made this month’s truck parking headlines across the nation.
OOIDA’s TRACER Alert system issued an alert for a black Volvo conventional been reported to have been stolen over the weekend in Rancho Dominguez, Calif.
The deadline to pay the federal highway use tax for heavy vehicle and filing Form 2290 is Aug. 31. OOIDA’s Permits and Licensing Department can help.
I hate it when I’m right about stupid things. What stupid thing now, you ask? A Bird motorized scooter daredevil on the interstate highway in Big D.
Less than a month after being sentenced for his role in fraudulent medical exams, a former Pennsylvania examiner has been officially suspended by FMCSA.
New Minnesota laws go into effect Aug. 1. One penalizes drivers using the left lane except to pass. Another penalizes drivers for using cellphones.
There are 30 additional days to comment and guide FMCSA on rules for autonomous vehicles and comment on removing “unnecessary regulatory barriers.”