Alabama-based carrier Osborn Transportation is suing Pilot for breach of contract and alleged fraud.
As an addition to its National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners rule, FMCSA is proposing paperwork changes and more direct transmission procedures.
The Great West Truck show offers drivers and owner-operators a chance to check out some of the hottest show trucks in the country, see the latest in equipment and learn business advice from experts. ...
Pilot Flying J CEO Jimmy Haslam said earlier this week that the behavior of some of the salespeople at the company — as cited in a federal affidavit released last month — is "really sickening" ...
Rule changes are bringing much uncertainty to a trucking industry far, far from the U.S.
At least two more lawsuits have been filed against Pilot Flying J as a result of federal allegations against the company that it defrauded trucking companies out of millions of dollars.
For the second straight month, all three segments experienced rate increases.
Pilot Flying J has hired an attorney to perform an internal investigation of the federal fraud allegations against the company.
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