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Clearing up sleeper berth changes

October 13, 2020

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Land Line Now, Oct. 13, 2020.

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The recent changes to the hours of service have confused many in trucking, and the split sleeper berth provision is no exception.

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I. Today’s news with Terry Scruton

OOIDA says the FMCSA has the authority to regulate brokers; time is running out for you to take part in the FMCSA’s driver panel; and please stop calling the police; the sunfish is fine – it’s today’s news in trucking.


II. Hours of service: Sleeper berth changes explained

The recent changes to the hours of service have confused many in trucking, and the split sleeper berth provision is no exception. We’ll get some clarity from CVSA.


III. Massachusetts eyes the right to repair

Voters in Massachusetts will decide soon whether you can continue to use independent repair shops there, while Georgia voters will go to the polls on a local transportation tax.


IV. Which Senate races really matter?

No one needs to tell you that this election is important. But in terms of the U.S. Senate, which races could have the most impact on your life? We’ll have some answers.


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