Could the July 1 hours changes be much ado about nothing? Many Overdrive readers say so -- but for some drivers with little control over weekly scheduling routinely maximizing driving hours, the change may bust ...
Drivers, responding to an FMCSA study that some interpreted as backing up what they have been saying for years, showed unity around the call for more berth-use flexibility to improve safety,
NASSTRAC is intervening to defend the FMCSA ruling that maintains the daily driving time at 11 hours.
The association asks the court to review the recently published final rule changing hours-of-service regulations.
The new hours of service rule further complicates off-duty requirements in ways that could hurt productivity, though some flexibility is added.
Truckers weigh in on beauty vs. efficiency, driver fatigue and the hours-of-service regulations.
The intent is not living up to the interpretation of language in the hours of service final rule, Rich Wilson of Trans Products / Trans Services told me this morning. Just one example of the disconnect ...
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