Iowa’s and Wisconsin’s drought and Michigan’s fuel shortage have resulted in the states issuing emergency waivers for trucks.
Virginia’s plan to construct an Interstate 95 toll facility in Sussex County has resulted in challenges from state congressmen and VTA.
FMCSA has reported Mexican-domiciled commercial vehicles entering the U.S. from 2008-2010 improved safety records over previous years.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has dismissed challenges to recent Environmental Protection Agency greenhouse gas rules.
OOIDA has sued FMCSA over the accuracy of its Pre-Employment Screening Program information.
The public has until Aug. 21 to comment on a proposal to require electronic stability control systems on new trucks – an estimated cost of $1,160 per system.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will seek comment on the Pre-Authorization Safety Audit of another one-truck Mexican carrier seeking authority.
In addition to mandating electronic onboard recorders, it includes a “Jason’s Law” truck parking provision and other key points that affect trucking.
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