Privacy concerns were common among the more than 2,000 comments about a proposal to require electronic IDs on commercial motor vehicles.
A new Congress will soon take shape. That means new members who lack a basic understanding of trucking. And that is a big opportunity.
Fuel prices, News, State
A legislative pursuit at the Illinois statehouse would continue fuel tax relief in place since the summer for another six months.
FMCSA is issuing interim guidance regarding the agency’s interpretation of the definitions of “broker” and “bona fide agents.”
Elections, News, State
Voters in California and Massachusetts decided the fate of proposed taxes to provide some benefit for transportation purposes.
The public has through Nov. 22 to comment on a proposal to require electronic IDs on interstate commercial motor vehicles.
Business, Features, News, Products & Services
TravelCenters of America’s Round Up campaign raised over $100,000, thanks to contributions from guests of TA in July and August.
A survey conducted by People. Data. Analytics. indicates that more truckers are looking for a new driving job.
Business, Equipment, News
Can autonomous trucks handle a steering-tire blowout? A self-driving truck firm says its system can “better than the average human driver.”
Emergency orders are in place in Florida and Kentucky due to damage from Tropical Storm Nicole. Both orders are set expire Dec. 7.
C.H. Robinson has laid off about 650 employees, Land Line has confirmed, during a time when consumer spending is down.
News, Products & Services, State
Love’s Travel Stops has reopened its location off Interstate 10 in Buckeye, Ariz., after being closed since March for renovations.