Joe DeLorenzo, FMCSA’s acting associate administrator of enforcement, will answer trucker’s hours-of-service questions on “Live From Exit 24.”
Truckers think most new safety technology isn’t so great for safety. Meanwhile, a study says truckers with treated medical conditions are among the safest.
Featured: Coronavirus, News
Land Line Media provides a timeline of the events related to the coronavirus dating back to Dec. 31, when the first reports came out of China.
Crime & Courts
A trucker was denied a rehearing after an appeals court found that National Continental did not have to represent its client, who fled the country.
Coronavirus, Federal, News, OOIDA
OOIDA told lawmakers that one way to provide tangible relief to truckers during the COVID-19 crisis is to suspend the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax for one year.
Voters in the Portland, Ore., area will soon decide on a tax question to raise $5 billion for transportation improvement projects around the region.
As positive COVID-19 case numbers rise in the US pandemic stories from trucking industry professionals become more prevalent in the national spotlight.
As the calendar prepares to turn to August, primary elections season continues for states taking steps to shape their fall ballots.
Speaking on internet talk show “Live From Exit 24,” OOIDA President Todd Spencer spoke out against the lack of broker transparency and detention time.
OOIDA’s tour trailer moves to Morris, Ill., about 60 miles from Chicago. Stop in and tell what you’ve seen on the road to Jon Osburn, skipper of The Spirit.
News, State, Tolls
The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority has announced that on just over 100 miles of highway in Oklahoma, the top speed limit is moving to 80 mph.
The deadline is Friday to nominate a driver who has moved from a military career to trucking for the Transition Trucking: Driving for Excellence award.
As recommended by government auditors, the TSA will add performance measures to two programs that assess threats to transportation systems.