Federal, News, OOIDA
OOIDA told the FMCSA in formal comments that the congressionally mandated Beyond Compliance program shouldn’t favor large carriers.
The products on store shelves didn’t fall from the sky, and now there’s a song that reflects that sentiment. Plus, will legal challenges delay HOS changes?
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.
Knoxville, Tenn., area law enforcement and wildlife agents spent last week on the lookout for what might just be an imaginary tiger.
A Pennsylvania Senate panel has advanced a bill to address concerns about a growing number of violations to the state’s “Steer Clear” rule.
Fuel prices, News
Average retail diesel prices dropped for all regions in the U.S., according to a weekly federal report. The U.S. average is down 1.3 cents.
The Transition Trucking: Driving for Excellence award – seeking the top rookie military veteran driver – is down to 10 finalists.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect traveling significantly as Labor Day weekend travel dropped compared with last year.
A bill under review in the Michigan House would do away with a requirement for drivers to purchase license plate stickers.
Crime & Courts, Tolls
ATA’s motion to halt Rhode Island tolls for trucks during litigation was denied, but it did offer insight on what’s to be expected at trial.
ATRI’s 2020 Top Industry Issues Survey is looking for truck drivers to participate. ATRI will be accepting responses until Oct. 16.
Features, Truck Shows
The Maine Professional Drivers Association announces the Trucking 4 Kids Convoy will take place on Sept. 20, with a few changes.
Coronavirus, Federal, News
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration extended its federal hours-of-service waiver for emergency loads through the end of 2020.