How’s this for irony? The device that helped usher in hours-of-service reform is threatening to delay truckers the relief they need.
A new report says the last government shutdown cost U.S. DOT more than 2,400 years of productivity. Also, an MIT scientist learns about trucking.
Crime & Courts
In Idaho, drug trafficking charges have been dropped in favor of lesser misdemeanors for three truck drivers who hauled cargos of hemp across the state.
The Pilot Flying J Road Warrior 2019 winner is truck driver Timothy Chelette of Murfreesboro, Tenn. The winner receives a $10,000 prize from the travel center chain.
After another NTSB report calls Tesla’s Autopilot a “probable cause,” the company doubles down on its defense. Meanwhile, one group wants the cars recalled.
Election Day is less than two months away. It is essential to get registered now to make sure your voice is heard on matters mostly focused on local issues.
Safety inspectors will be out in force across North America checking brake system hoses and tubing as part of Brake Safety Week, Sept. 15-21.
Denver’s massive Central 70 Project continues to tie up traffic. It will close Interstate 70 each of the next two weekends.
If you have a question about FMCSA’s plan for hours of service, you can ask the agency’s leaders in person on Sept. 17 in Washington, D.C.
OOIDA Member, Opinion
John Bendel heads 25 years down Memory Lane recalling a ride-along with a trucker that shows the more things change, the more some aspects stay the same.
The Washington state Legislature filed a lawsuit to protest a line-item veto by Gov. Jay Inslee in the two-year transportation budget.
The average price for a gallon of diesel fuel across the U.S. dropped again, notching the ninth consecutive week of decreases
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