Keith Goble

State Legislative Editor

Keith Goble has been covering trucking-related laws since 2000. His daily web reports, radio news and “OOIDA’s State Watch” in Land Line Magazine are the industry’s premier sources for information regarding state legislative affairs. Keith is so good at what he does that he’s often teased about being superhuman in his ability to cover trucking-related legislation in every state by himself. What do you think? Give him a cape and tell him to wear glasses to work and go full on Clark Kent?

Got a tip on legislation in your home state? Keith would love to hear from you.

Keith Goble
No trucks in left lane, lane use restrictions

Three states sideline efforts to limit trucks lane use

Legislation in three states to restrict lane use by truck drivers has been sidelined due to statehouse closures for coronavirus concerns.

I Voted stickers

More than a dozen states make changes to absentee voting

Concern about voters safely being able to fill out ballots for upcoming elections has spurred states all over the map to simplify absentee voting rules.

Left lane for passing only sign, Texas DOT

With truckers in mind, Tennessee revises left lane law

To benefit truck drivers, a new law in Tennessee addresses concern about keeping the far left lane of highways and interstates open for passing vehicles.