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A coronavirus timeline: How we got here

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.

News, Truck Parking

Ontario Ministry of Transportation conducting truck parking survey

While states in the U.S. are addressing the truck parking problem, the situation north of the border is not much better. Not unlike its southern counterparts, the government of Ontario is conducting a truck parking and rest area survey for truckers. More specifically, the parking survey looks into the current environment along Southern Ontario highways. […]


FMCSA grants another ELD exemption, two more waivers

Federal regulators are announcing another five-year exemption and two more 90-day waivers from the electronic logging device mandate. In a trio of news releases issued Jan. 12, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced its intention to grant limited waivers to petitions filed by the Truck Renting and Leasing Association and Old Dominion Freight Lines […]

Fuel prices, News

ProMiles reporting diesel up to $2.976; TruckMiles prices above $3

According to ProMiles, the average retail price at truck stops was $2.976 on Monday morning, a 2.5-cent increase from last week. ProMiles, the software company that maintains the websites ProMiles.com and TruckMiles.com, continues to offer its own weekly fuel price information. The company’s fuel price data are presented in the same format used by the […]

News, Safety & Security

Santa Barbara County recovering from flooding/mudslides; highways remain closed

Santa Barbara County in California is now in recovery mode after a winter storm caused massive flooding and mudslides, destroying homes and killing 20 people. Certain sections of highways in affected areas remain closed. As of 8 a.m. local time on Monday, 20 people have been killed, 28 injured and four remain missing after approximately […]


Comments on OOIDA’s ELD exemption reflect dissatisfaction with mandate

Nearly 1,800 comments have been filed on a request from the electronic logging device mandate that would exempt certain small trucking carriers from compliance with the rule. The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association filed the exemption request in November. The Association is asking the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to allow small trucking carriers that do […]


Mississippi bills would set speeds at 75 mph, slow trucks to 45 mph in bad weather

(Editor’s note: This article has been updated to reflect the correct sponsor of SB2046. The bill is sponsored by Sen. Robert Jackson.) Mississippi state lawmakers are back at work at the statehouse, and they are reviewing multiple bills that address speed limits. One bill from Sen. Robert Jackson, D-Marks, would make Mississippi only the fourth state […]

News, Truck Parking

Love’s 2018 plans include more than 40 new locations and 3,100 parking spots

After a busy year in 2017, Love’s Travel Stops is not done expanding its network of truck stops. Love’s recently announced its 2018 vision, which includes adding more truck stops than last year. That also means more truck parking. Last year, Love’s opened 36 new locations and added approximately 2,600 truck parking spaces to the […]

News, Safety & Security

Eaton Cummins recalls more than 1,000 automated transmissions

Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission Technologies is recalling more than 1,000 Endurant and Paccar transmissions. According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration documents, affected transmissions have an issue with the control module. Endurant transmissions with part numbers EEO-17F112C, EEO-16F112C and EEO-18F112C and Paccar transmissions with part numbers PO-14F112C, PO-15F112C, PO-16F112C, PO-17F112C and PO-18F112C are included in […]


DAT Solutions: Spot Rates Surge to Start New Year

If your New Year’s resolution involves higher truckload rates in 2018, you’re off to a good start. National average spot rates on DAT MembersEdge saw double-digit increases during the week ending Jan. 6, a welcome surge for truckers. Let’s look at the trends: More freight, fewer trucks. The number of available loads increased 27 percent […]


Two more ELD exemption requests open for comments

An association representing American towing companies and a motor carrier that hauls anhydrous ammonia have become the latest to file for exemptions from the electronic logging device mandate. Both the Towing and Recovery Association of America – a Washington, D.C.-based group representing towing companies – and STC Inc., a propane and anhydrous ammonia hauler, requested […]