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Truck electrification services are spreading, FMCSA seeks better reporting of convictions, Arrow foresees used truck shortage, the hours rule proposal is advanced and more industry issues are featured.

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Seminar presents CDL medical certification topics

Steps and treatments can be taken to ensure medical certification, said federal agency medical director.

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FMCSA guides states on reporting traffic offenses

The FMCSA published a CDL rule instructing states on timely reporting and posting of traffic offense convictions.

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Hours rule proposal advanced

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration sent its proposed hours-of-service rule to the Secretary of Transportation.

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Safety award deadline July 22

The award recognizes individuals, states and agencies with creative programs that improved truck safety.

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CDL tester sentenced

Harold Stewart in Louisiana had pled guilty to making a false statement for his role in falsifying of 250 out of 320 CDL skills tests he conducted.

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Former Mississippi state troopers indicted

They were indicted on multiple counts of making false statements related to commercial driver’s licenses.

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Speakout

Truckers weighin on truckers' business skills, the trucking industry's image and cross-border trucking with Mexico.

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Examiner guilty of CDL test results falsification

Harold G. Stewart, a third-party commercial drivers’ license examiner, pled guilty to one count of making a false statement.

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West Virginia bills focus on idling limits, tolls, CDL

The West Virginia Legislature is also considering a bill that would bring state commercial driver license laws into federal compliance.

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