FMCSA has issued a proposed rule that would eliminate the requirement of drivers to submit vehicle inspection reports in which they found no defects or problems.
A bill that could have undone the hours of service rule that became effective July 1 was pulled from the House floor after losing support.
Swift has been sued for allegedly violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act by not disclosing to applicants that it could access background checks and not allowing applicants to contest those background checks.
Two more Pilot Flying J employees have pleaded guilty to fraud charges, and both said the company held meetings to instruct salespeople on how to defraud customers.
An interactive infographic posted by the Journal of Commerce shows how a "34-hour" restart can become much more than 34 hours.
NTSB has made recommendations to other DOT agencies in response to a truck and school bus crash. One of them is that all vehicles on the road be connected via wireless technology.
Juan Ibarra picked up his 1989 379 in near-junk condition from its previous owner in spring 2008. By November it was winning awards at shows across the country.
An rule mandating use of electronic logs is still slated to be proposed in November, the DOT said this week. It also expects to publish the drug and alcohol clearinghouse rule later this year.
James Jaillet is the News Editor for both CCJ and Overdrive. He blogs regularly in the Overdrive Extra and CCJ blogs. Reach him at email@example.com.
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