Federal, News, OOIDA
OOIDA and the Teamsters filed joint comments on Monday supporting the implementation of trucking-related USMCA regulations.
Truckers who have been victims of a broker rip-off have few options – and those may depend on the broker-carrier agreement. We’ll discuss a real-world case.
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.
OOIDA, Truck Shows
OOIDA’s tour trailer will be set up Friday and Saturday, Aug. 7-8, at the Decatur County Fairgrounds in Greensburg, Ind., for the Tower Tree Truck Classic.
As part of FMCSA’s 2020 Trucking Safety Summit on Aug. 5, an online commenter questioned the success of the ELD mandate.
A Senate panel has advanced a bill to forbid New Jersey from working with other states to provide information on drivers cited via camera enforcement.
Clorox’s CEO says stores won’t be fully stocked with its wipes until 2021. Sanitizing wipes of any type have been unavailable to truck drivers for a while.
Federal, News, OOIDA
Participating in FMCSA’s Trucking Safety Summit, OOIDA Executive Vice President Lewie Pugh said truckers are the best resource for improving highway safety.
Safety & Security
OSHA has ordered JHOS Logistics and Transportation to reinstate the employment of a whistleblower trucker who refused to haul an overweight load.
Joe DeLorenzo, FMCSA’s acting associate administrator for enforcement, will be a guest on “Live From Exit 24” at 11 a.m. Central time on Wednesday, Aug. 12.
Federal, News, Safety & Security
OOIDA said a safety summit conducted by the FHWA in 1995 didn’t lead to much change. The Association hopes for different results this time.
COVID-19, News, Tolls
A bill moving through the Pennsylvania Senate would reverse action taken by the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission to eliminate hundreds of toll worker jobs.
Is it a bird, a plane or a murder hornet? Thanks to the new “Jetson Bill” in New Hampshire it might be a flying car and that would be perfectly legal.