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A coronavirus timeline: How we got here

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.

News, State

Driving without insurance topic of Pennsylvania bill

A Pennsylvania bill would revise the punishment for driving a personal vehicle without insurance. Change could aid some truck drivers.

Crime & Courts

Trucker gets new trial after jury failed to award medical expenses/lost wages damages

A trucker will get a new trial on a jury award that failed to compensate him for medical expenses and lost wages.


Transportation Research Board compiles resources for trucking industry

The Transportation Research Board has posted a collection of resources about the trucking industry, keeping everyone well-informed.

Federal, News

Beyond Compliance ICR comments due Sept. 17

FMCSA is accepting comments on its information collection request regarding the congressionally mandated Beyond Compliance program.


Is a tiger sighting by law enforcement the same as seeing the black dog for truckers?

Knoxville, Tenn., area law enforcement and wildlife agents spent last week on the lookout for what might just be an imaginary tiger.

News, State

Pennsylvania Senate panel advances ‘Steer Clear’ law revisions

A Pennsylvania Senate panel has advanced a bill to address concerns about a growing number of violations to the state’s “Steer Clear” rule.

Fuel prices, News

Average diesel prices drop across the U.S.

Average retail diesel prices dropped for all regions in the U.S., according to a weekly federal report. The U.S. average is down 1.3 cents.


Kenworth, Fastport name 10 finalists for Transition Trucking award

The Transition Trucking: Driving for Excellence award – seeking the top rookie military veteran driver – is down to 10 finalists.


Labor Day weekend travel down by nearly 40%

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect traveling significantly as Labor Day weekend travel dropped compared with last year.

News, State

Michigan bill would end license plate tab requirement, registration certificates

A bill under review in the Michigan House would do away with a requirement for drivers to purchase license plate stickers.