The U.S. Department of Labor has officially delayed until May 7 a final rule on worker classification proposing an “economic reality” test.
Income Tax Day – April 15th – is coming soon, so you need to be ready. We’ll go over the information you need to gather now to file then.
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Land Line Media provides a timeline of the events related to the coronavirus dating back to Dec. 31, 2019, when the first reports came out of China.
Peterbilt has upgraded its vocational dump and refuse trucks –Model 567 and Model 520 – with new digital displays and driver-assist tech
Pursuit underway in legislatures around the country would raise transportation funds via fuel tax revisions for gas and diesel.
The truck parking problem in the U.S. was the topic of the latest episode of “Live From Exit 24” with host Mike Matousek and a panel of guests.
The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works plans to use the next infrastructure bill to boost an economy reeling from a pandemic.
Navigating the hundreds of different truck restrictions along Arizona highways just got easier thanks to a new feature on Arizona’s 511 map.
More than 27,000 International LoneStar and LT trucks are being recalled due to an issue with battery cables, according to NHTSA.
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Ongoing legislation in the North Dakota statehouse would aid road trains – longer and heavier truck loads on state highways and interstates.
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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has declared Idaho-licensed commercial driver Shane R. Warr to be an imminent hazard.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has granted the FMCSA’s motion to pause an appeal that challenges the agency’s rule on hours of service.
Truckload driver turnover is an abomination that should not exist. So why are companies like U.S. Xpress fighting efforts to fix the issue?