Lawmakers have been thanking truck drivers for their efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. OOIDA wants the respect to continue after the crisis.
OOIDA asks federal officials to help truckers do their jobs effectively during the coronavirus pandemic. Also, studying the pandemic’s effect on trucking.
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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.
Concern about voters safely being able to fill out ballots for upcoming elections has spurred states all over the map to simplify absentee voting rules.
Crime & Courts
Predatory towing is not just a trucking problem. A towing lawsuit against the city of Chicago filed by passenger drivers will proceed on seven of 10 counts.
You won’t need curb service at the Chisholm, Minn., McDonald’s location, but you can get it using the app at other McDonald’s locations.
Rep. Peter DeFazio, who referred to truck drivers as heroes, pushed for an investment in the nation’s infrastructure as the next phase of COVID-19 relief.
The USMCA agreement was supposed to be implemented June 1. Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, though, 19 senators are pushing to delay the trade pact.
The ‘no truck show’ membership special that OOIDA offered when the Mid-America Trucking Show was canceled in mid-March has been extended through the end of April.
To benefit truck drivers, a new law in Tennessee addresses concern about keeping the far left lane of highways and interstates open for passing vehicles.
Florida, Texas and South Carolina have been added to the map of stay-at-home orders. Maine, Mississippi and Pennsylvania have expanded previous orders.
Truckers should have an easier time getting to and from the Mariposa Port of Entry in Nogales, Ariz., once an 18-month project starting soon is finished.
FMCSA has released guidance regarding truck drivers who are making deliveries to areas that have been hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.