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Louisiana authorities seek information in attempted truck stop robbery

Authorities in Louisiana are searching for a person who attempted to rob a truck stop last month. The Caddo Sheriff’s Office posted a news release on Wednesday to ask the […]

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Democrats in House, Senate push for sleep apnea final rule

Bills in the House and Senate aim to force the U.S. Department of Transportation to push through a final rule that would require testing of obstructive sleep apnea for truck […]

News

DOT announces launch of regulatory review

One of the first actions by President Donald Trump after taking office was a freeze on impending regulations with a promise of a full regulatory review. The Department of Transportation […]

News, Truck Parking

Oregon study suggests parking shortage may cause crashes, worsened by lower speeds

The number of studies highlighting the consequences of the truck parking shortage keeps piling up. The latest comes from Oregon State University, which points out that a parking shortage may […]

News

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway to own majority of Pilot Flying J

Pilot Flying J has just inked a deal for a dramatic shift of ownership in the coming years. Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway will acquire nearly 40 percent of PFJ stake. […]

News

New survey shows carriers slow to deploy ELDs, owner-operators not switching yet

The TU-Automotive’s Connected Fleets USA conference in Atlanta last week featured speakers exploring brave new transportation landscapes, including the one that mandates electronic logging devices. Clem Driscoll, a telematics analyst […]

Fuel prices, News

Another week of minimal movement for diesel prices

The average price of a gallon of on-highway diesel went up four-tenths of a cent to $2.792 per gallon for the week ending Monday, Oct. 2. This marks the first […]

News

New survey shows carriers slow to deploy ELDs, owner-operators not switching yet

The TU-Automotive’s Connected Fleets USA conference in Atlanta last week featured speakers exploring brave new transportation landscapes, including the one that mandates electronic logging devices. Clem Driscoll, a telematics analyst […]

News

Las Vegas mass shooting death toll hits 58 with more than 500 injured

  In the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, at least 58 people are dead and 515 injured when a lone gunman opened fire Sunday night from the 32nd […]

Federal, News

Highway agency revamps self-driving car guidelines

The USDOT has released new federal guidelines for self-driving vehicles. critics are worried about the voluntary nature of the guidelines.