Indianapolis-based Celadon on Monday, Dec. 9, announced it was filing for bankruptcy and would shut down all of its business operations.
Earlier today, Celadon declared bankruptcy, clouding the future for thousands of truck drivers; we’ll have the facts and offer some advice for drivers.
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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.
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OOIDA issued a Call to Action to its members in opposition to two bills in New Jersey that could negatively affect independent small-business truckers.
Work continues at the Pennsylvania statehouse to identify and move forward with initiatives to aid transportation. A task force offers recommendations.
Daimler Trucks North America is recalling certain Western Star trucks for a window issue, according to NHTSA recall documents.
The average cost for a gallon of diesel fuel dropped nearly 6 cents per gallon on the West Coast not including California, where the price dropped 2 cents.
OOIDA President Todd Spencer and Executive Vice President Lewie Pugh traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to meet with FMCSA acting Administrator Jim Mullen.
The bad news is that you have to work on Thanksgiving. The good news is that there are places out there offering free holiday meals to truck drivers.
Even though Tesla’s pickup truck is not self-driving, its “shatterproof” window was a perfect ending of the week for the autonomous vehicle industry.
Options offered in Connecticut to cover highway funding continue to evolve. The latest effort revisits discussion of truck-only tolls to foot the bill.
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Cargo security firm SensiGuard is warning truckers of an increased risk of cargo thefts over the Thanksgiving holiday and providing tips to drivers.
A $500 reward is offered through OOIDA’s TRACER Alert network for information on a red 2005 Volvo VNL stolen in Jonesboro, Ark.