CVSA is warning drivers there won’t be any “soft enforcement” when the time comes to switch from an AOBRD to an ELD. That deadline is Monday, Dec. 16.
The Connecticut toll debate is leaning in a bad direction for truckers. Also, a recent FMCSA announcement discouraged entry-level driver training advocates.
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A New Hampshire driver for UPS Freight will receive more than $47,000 after filing a whistleblower complaint that UPS forced him to drive without an ELD.
A new report from state budget officers from across the U.S. shows that states are spending more money on transportation than for any other category.
Crime & Courts
The U.S. Department of Labor filed a lawsuit against an Iowa trucking company for allegedly failing to remit contributions to the company’s retirement plan.
The deadline for certain motor carriers seeking assistance with the UCR data breach has been extended through the first few weeks of December.
Products & Services
Shippers moving goods in time for Black Friday gave a boost to load posts last week. Spot reefer volumes are up and so are rates.
Martin Scorsese’s latest gangster epic, “The Irishman” is rife with trucking connections. John Bendel recalls a Teamsters election from that era with Mob figure Tony Pro.
Rather than roll out the entry-level driver training rule in phases, as proposed earlier this year, FMCSA has opted to delay the entire rule until 2022.
Crime & Courts
Can a trucker fired for testing positive for THC sue a CBD oil company for RICO violations? Is CBD oil a controlled substance? A federal court had answers.
South Carolina lawmakers are preparing for the upcoming regular session. Among topics getting attention are slow-moving traffic and distracted driving.
Country singer Jayne Denham released her latest music video this week. “Black Coffee & White Lines” features three stars from “Ice Road Truckers.”
Folds of Honor will receive $5 from every Mobil Delvac oil change at a participating TA Truck Service center through Nov. 30.