FMCSA updates website

| April 02, 2014

FMCSA 2014 website revision screenshotThe public face of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration at FMCSA.DOT.gov has been lifted — or changed, as it were, with a somewhat comprehensive redesign aimed at what Anne Ferro on the DOT’s Fast Lane blog calls putting “our best foot forward by featuring the pages visitors access most often. We’ve also restructured our content based on who you are –driver, carrier, or consumer — and what you’re interested in — news, safety, registration, or regulations.

Take a look via this link. 

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  • g

    They should print the “NEW TRUCKER CREED”……”I am a Zombie Butt Kisser. I will Comply, Obey, Conform to every new law and rule and Enforcer that exists. I want to be a Robot. I will kiss the butt of everyone I come in contact with including shipper, receiver, dock worker, dispatcher, all COPS. Without question I will be a good slaveboy…and appreciate my meager pay. I am the company’s no gut punkboy. Please USE me as you wish. I am your personal doormat. Please walk on me.

  • mmoon

    Now most of the links I’ve saved or links in your articles go nowhere.

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