A Missouri state lawmaker wants rules for self-driving truck operations on roadways around the state. OOIDA has communicated its support.
A Land Line Now encore presentation: The story of a Navy vessel that played a key role the day South Vietnam fell, told through the eyes of two truckers.
Winter is just around the corner. Do you know which states require chains? Be prepared before you roll out with Land Line’s annual U.S. Chain Law round up.
For the most part, January was a slow month for truck parking. From NIMBYs, to surveys to new truck parking spaces, we’ve got it covered.
The Michigan Senate has voted in favor of allowing the state to move forward with a plan to eliminate a barrier to collecting more tolls in the state.
OOIDA, Truck Shows
OOIDA will be offering truckers educational opportunities at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Ky. The show is March 26-28, 2020.
An Arizona desert tour takes OOIDA’s tour trailer to Eloy. The USMCA, or new NAFTA, is one issue that is top of mind with professional trucker drivers.
The California attorney general and the Teamsters want the Ninth Circuit to review an injunction preventing the state from enforcing AB5 on motor carriers.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao is asking for more pledges from transportation industry leaders to combat human trafficking.
Fuel prices, State
In pursuit of additional transportation funds, four states – Wyoming, Missouri, Virginia and West Virginia – are favoring increased fuel tax collections.
Gov. Ralph Northam assisted in announcing Mack Trucks new line of medium-duty trucks and opening of a brand new facility in Virginia.
Products & Services
Spot market rates soften as the number of freight loads fell and the supply of trucks remained strong. The lull may not last too long, though, DAT says.
Getting your own authority is another important part of becoming an owner-operator. OOIDA includes it in its Truck to Success course on May 5-7.