George Floyd protests presented logistical challenges for truck drivers who were concerned for their safety while on the road.
Scammers are always trying to make a dishonest buck, and truckers end up being frequent targets. We’ll review some of the scams going after your wallet now.
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.
The Arizona DOT has expanded its use of truck screening technology to include commercial ports of entry, expediting trips for compliant truckers.
Crime & Courts
A California appeals court ruled that an Ace Hardware trucker was not negligent in a crash lawsuit involving a mountain of evidence in favor of the driver.
The deadline to apply for a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program is June 30. About $130 billion remained available as the deadline neared.
Only days remain until enforcement of the 2020 Unified Carrier Registration Plan is set to begin. States can begin enforcement on July 1.
Federal, News, OOIDA
Rep. Mike Bost, R-Ill., has proposed an amendment to remove a provision to increase the minimum insurance requirements for motor carriers from the highway bill.
California passed the Advanced Clean Trucks regulation, establishing the nation’s strictest truck emissions standards for manufacturers and larger fleets.
ATRI has released a study looking at the impact of nuclear verdicts on the trucking industry. Buried in the research are solutions to this costly problem.
One question on the fall ballot in Arkansas will ask voters whether to continue collection of a sales tax to cover costs for transportation work.
Know a driver who recently switched from the military to a career in trucking? Nominate them for the Transition Trucking: Driving for Excellence award.
Help kids have fun and develop their creativity in Land Line Magazine’s Trucking in America poster contest. Contest entries are due Sept. 15.