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.
Featured: Coronavirus, News
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.
Perhaps signaling a return to relative normalcy, cross-border freight in December experienced the first yearly increase since last February.
Business, Products & Services
The maker of Shell Rotella products for heavy-duty engines plans to have net-zero emissions by 2050 by cutting them and by carbon offsets.
Fuel prices, News
For more than three months – since early November – diesel prices have steadily climbed. The climb continues, a federal report says.
Canada has clarified its new COVID-19 reporting mandate at land ports of entry. Truckers must use the ArriveCAN app but there’s some leeway.
FMCSA has granted Wilson Logistics an exemption from the regulation that requires a student driver to have a CDL holder in the front seat.
Two Michigan Senate bills have been described by bill sponsors as a way to bolster local control of fuel tax revenue to fund road work.
The Small Business Administration announced some changes to its PPP loans aimed at helping sole proprietors and independent contractors.
PennDOT has announced bridges it is considering to add new tolls on as part of its Major Bridge P3 Initiative it revealed in November.
Winter has loosened its chokehold on Texas, and the water’s back on in Beaumont, the next stop for OOIDA’s tour trailer
The Canadian Trucking Alliance seeks clarity – and maybe a delay – on a new rule that truckers use the ArriveCAN app when crossing border.