FMCSA has granted a third Mexican carrier operating authority while litigation over the program continues.
A Mexican carrier was found in violation of U.S. leasing laws pertaining to Mexican carriers, FMCSA said.
Truckers weigh in on in-cab menus, the ban on using handheld phones while driving and cross-border trucking.
FMCSA has granted operating authority to one of three Mexico-based carriers that cleared Pre-Authority Screening Audits.
You might have noticed the powers that be are not striving to make your work environment more trouble-free next year.
Regular readers will recall my post from last month following the first annual Truck Driver Social Media Convention, which spurred on driver advocate Frederick Schaffner to be a presence in D.C. at the November meeting ...
Friday Channel 19 news round-up: Cross-border trucking; ‘driver shortage’; and the 1 on the 53 and the 99
Separate but not equal That separation could be diminishing when it comes to U.S. and Mexican tucking, now that a new pilot program for cross-border long haul is under way. In the wake of the Oct. ...
Mexico had approved three U.S. carriers to deliver beyond its border by Oct. 21, when the first Mexican carrier crossed into Laredo, Texas.
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