Land Line Now, March 16, 2020.
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OOIDA is pulling together all the information you need to know about how the COVID-19 situation is affecting trucking – we have an update.
I. Today’s news with Greg Grisolano
FMCSA waives regulations to deal with COVID-19; a trucker sets it straight about her “60 Minutes” appearance; and how one man’s headgear became another’s beach find – 4,300 miles away – it’s today’s news in trucking.
II. Getting set up for IFTA
Anyone who has their own trucking operations will have to deal with IFTA – the International Fuel Tax Agreement. We tell you how to get started.
III. Proving you have insurance
A trucking operations not only has to have insurance – it has to prove it does to the FMCSA. And there’s a form for that.
IV. COVID-19 – where to learn what you need
OOIDA is trying to pull together all the information you need to know about how the COVID-19 situation is affecting trucking.
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- COVID-19: The latest info brought to you by OOIDA & Land Line.
- There’s been a truck parking breakthrough in Washington.
- The Oregon Department of Transportation want to know how you use Interstate 205 in Clackamas County. The survey deadline is April 24.
- You can watch the “60 Minutes” report on driverless trucks, or read a transcript here.
- Jon Osburn and OOIDA’s tour truck, the Spirit of the American Trucker, are at the Jerry Fritts Jr. Petro in West Memphis, Ark., at Exit 280 on Interstate 40 and Exit 4 on Interstate 55. Find the upcoming Spirit stops here.
- You can find out more about how OOIDA’s Business Assistance department can help you.
- Find out more information about OOIDA’s Truck Insurance
- It’s never too late to share your views with lawmakers. You can do that on the Fighting for Truckers website.