KANSAS CITY, KS – – The FMCSA has closed HP Distribution and its affiliate because of repeated logbook and dispatch violations.
WASHINGTON – The 11-hour daily driving time and the 34-hour restart provisions of the U.S. federal hours-of-service regulation have been tossed out by the U.S. Court of Appeals.
ARLINGTON, VA – Drivers are more tired. They’re making less money. The carriers they drive for are less productive and they need more drivers to haul the same amount of freight. That, according to a new survey, is all a result of the changes to the Hours-Of-Service (HOS) that came into effect July 1.
OTTAWA — With hints that the U.S. will move towards a broader mandate for electronic on-board recorder (EOBR) usage later this year, the Canadian Trucking Alliance figures Canada should just head there now.
WASHINGTON – Changes to CSA go into effect December 2012. These changes will deliver more precise data, FMCSA said.
DENVER — Just 65 percent of American truck drivers buckle up, but the good news is that’s up from the last survey.
Under new orders, the DOT will backtrack on HOS. Hope that the rules can get more flexible is ‘wishful thinking.’
WASHINGTON — The American Trucking Associations overwhelmingly approved of recent changes made to CSA 2010, but the truck lobby group says it still has concerns that need addressing.
WASHINGTON – The ATA, along with other interested groups, have filed a brief challenging the FMCSA’s hours-of-service rules.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — While the numbers are positive, an independent panel evaluating the controversial cross-border trucking demonstration program says there were not enough participants for a meaningful comparison.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – It’s no secret that being in a hot vehicle in the middle of summer is more than unpleasant, but just imagine how hot it must be for animals packed together in the swine-tering heat.
GRAIN VALLEY, MO – The Senate Appropriations Committee voted 21-9 in favor of suspending the current 34-hour restart provision of the hours of service rule while the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration studies the rule’s impact.
SMS data for carrier selection will unduly favor some and penalize others, and should be avoided, says study.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration published a final rule changing how driver medical qualifications are handled, tying them to the commercial driver’s license.
The Americans are eyeing a mandatory sleep apnea testing rule. But the legal implications could throw you in the game way before that.