As part of FMCSA’s 2020 Trucking Safety Summit on Aug. 5, an online commenter questioned the success of the ELD mandate.
Changes to the hours-of-service rules are moving ahead as planned next month. Plus, other news from the FMCSA Trucking Safety Summit.
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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.
OOIDA’s tour trailer is scheduled to stop Aug. 3-5 at the Chicago North TA is at I-94 and Russell on the Illinois-Wisconsin state line. Stop by.
This month, Love’s hard-fought battle comes to an end in one state and continues in another, truck parking at rest areas in two states expands, and more.
Whenever John Bendel starts thinking respectful thoughts about the ATA, they do something to cheese him off. Well, it has happened again.
Drug testing is one of the issues covered in OOIDA’s Truck to Success course for drivers considering becoming owner-operators being offered Oct. 26-28.
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Next week, truck drivers will have the opportunity to provide the FMCSA their input on what steps can be taken to improve highway safety.
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Prime Insurance, representing a trucking company in a crash lawsuit, is suing its attorneys for malpractice, claiming the loss was their fault.
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Spot rates are strong as freight brokers sort out supply chain imbalances, reports DAT Solutions. Retail, imports and DIY home construction business is up.
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A trucker was denied a rehearing after an appeals court found that National Continental did not have to represent its client, who fled the country.
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OOIDA told lawmakers that one way to provide tangible relief to truckers during the COVID-19 crisis is to suspend the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax for one year.