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Check before driving into California’s wildfire area

Out-of-control fires continue to destroy property and devastate the landscape in California. “We’re not even close to being out of this emergency,” officials with California’s Office of Emergency Services told […]


Wreaths Across America launches new sponsorship program

Wreaths Across America recently announced a new sponsorship opportunity called Rolling Ambassadors for professional truck drivers, bikers, police officers, and first responders. A nonprofit organization, Wreaths Across America was founded […]


Pennsylvania Senate approves bill to thwart throwing objects at vehicles

One effort halfway through the Pennsylvania statehouse is intended to improve safety and deter delinquent behavior on various overpasses around the state. The Senate voted unanimously to approve a bill […]


Trucking propels Transportation Services Index to all-time high in August

The official freight index, which measures freight movement in tons and ton-miles, reveals August freight experienced significant gains in trucking, enough to make up for declines in water and pipeline […]

News, Tolls

San Francisco area voters to decide on bridge toll rates increase

A new law in California permits San Francisco area voters to decide whether to raise bridge tolls. The additional revenue would help get $4.45 billion in transportation work done over […]


Traffic deaths increased for second consecutive year in 2016

Official traffic fatalities numbers for 2016 have been released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the numbers reflect what most expected: fatalities increased compared with 2015. A total […]


DAT Solutions: Spot van rate on MembersEdge hits $2.09 a mile

Load posts on DAT MembersEdge dropped 3 percent during the week ending Oct. 7, taking the edge off the uptick from the previous week. Truck posts gained just 1 percent, […]


In-vehicle technology can be as distracting as cellphones, study finds

Cellphones have been the scapegoat for distracted driving over the past decade, but a new study suggests another electronic that could be a major problem: in-vehicle technology. Research conducted by […]


Open Enrollment for the Affordable Care Act 2018 begins Nov. 1

Despite multiple attempts in Congress to alter or overturn the Affordable Care Act, the law remains in place. Insurance industry experts say the individual mandate, and the tax penalties that […]


OOIDA scholarship tops $300,000 mark for money awarded

Each year, the OOIDA Mary Johnston Scholarship Fund awards one renewable $2,000 scholarship and four renewable $1,000 scholarships for the children, grandchildren and legal dependents of members of the Owner-Operator […]