Land Line Now, Nov. 30, 2021.
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OOIDA continues to push the U.S. Department of Transportation to spend money from the infrastructure bill to pave more truck parking.
I. Today’s news with Scott Thompson
Fuel prices start a new trend after weeks of increases. The Federal Trade Commission wants answers from the nation’s biggest retailers about the supply chain crisis. And the man who drove to the one test he probably shouldn’t have.
II. Get the paperwork you need for taxes NOW
The paperwork you need for April 15 may not be available any more on April 15. And that means now is the time to get that paperwork – and anything else you need for your taxes.
III. California eyes local road funding
Voters in two California counties could soon decide on tax questions to benefit transportation work, while an effort in Pennsylvania would put toll collectors back to work. Also, we’ll bring you some important notices from the Land Line Now Community Bulletin Board.
IV. Truck parking now, says OOIDA
OOIDA continues to push the U.S. DOT to spend money from the infrastructure bill to pave more truck parking.
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Links, email addresses, phone numbers and more information
- The Nebraska Department of Transportation has rolled out an update to its 511 traveler system.
- Starting Dec. 9, Marty Ellis and the Spirit of the American Trucker plan to be at the TA in Sweetwater, Texas. That’s at Exit 242 off Interstate 20. Find upcoming Spirit stops here.
- If you have questions for Shasta May call 888-407-1669, or email her here. You also can visit the MBA Tax and Bookkeeping Service website.
- To read about state legislation, visit Land Line Magazine’s Daily News by State.
- View the most recent notices on the Bulletin Board.
- Be sure to check out the new Fighting for Truckers website. And remember, it’s never too late to contact your lawmakers. You can do that via the website or by calling 202-224-3121.
- You can donate to the Truckers for Troops fund all year long.
- OOIDA has an online resource to provide access to information needed to operate in the coronavirus pandemic. Click on the COVID-19 menu at the top of the page on the Land Line Media website.