Truck driver training rule delayed

January 30, 2020


Land Line Now, Jan. 30, 2020.

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A truck driver training rule has been moved back two years by FMCSA, while U.S. DOT pushes to fight human trafficking. Also, the next steps for USMCA.

Entry-level truck driver training rule posponed

I. Today’s news with Terry Scruton

Congress contemplates how to pay for highways, Georgia wants to add some toll lanes, and a GPS leads yet another trucker astray. It’s today’s news in trucking.

II. Truck driver training rule delayed

The FMCSA has made the entry-level truck driver training rule delay official, the next steps in the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement, and a push to fight human trafficking.

III. We’re looking at you, left lane …

Left lane restrictions for trucks, anti-left-lane-slowpoke rules, and drive right regulations are on the agendas of states across the nation.

IV. The state of the trucking industry

Next week, OOIDA, the ATA, enforcement officers and others will have a chance to speak out to a U.S. Senate committee on the state of the trucking industry.

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