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Cell phone restrictions take effect in the U.S., and an FMCSA exec gets 18 months for taking bribes from a couple of Canucks.

Plus, Quebec truckers charge customers for traffic jams.

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Daimler Truck Group Gets New Little Buddies

PORTLAND, OR — Daimler supports non-profit program that educates children on trucking.

WSIB Premiums for Trucking Increase 2 Percent

TORONTO — Increase unwelcome, but better than last year's double-digit jack, says OTA.

FMCSA Administrator to Address Mid-West Truckers

PEORIA, IL — Ferro likely to speak about new HOS rules.

Cell Phone Restrictions for U.S. Truckers in Effect

WASHINGTON — Drivers face penalties of up to $2,750.

FMCSA Exec Gets 18 Months, Fined and Fired for Taking Bribes

BUFFALO, NY — Exec consulted with Canadian trucking companies.

Quebec Truckers Add Charges for Traffic Jams

MONTREAL — Traffic solutions long overdue.


In This Issue

A look at Ontario's mandatory out-of-service quotas (Yup. They exist.), by Rolf Lockwood. Plus, a special focus on drivers, from retention to training — including the best fleets to drive for. And Jim Park explains how to choose the engine displacement that's best for you. That and much more in the April issue of Today's Trucking.


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