A federal court dismissed the hours of service lawsuit Feb. 8, ending nearly three years of litigation.
A safety panel on Feb. 8 finalized a report on mitigating the use of electronic onboard recorders to harass drivers that provides suggestions to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
A Mexican carrier was found in violation of U.S. leasing laws pertaining to Mexican carriers, FMCSA said.
There were two of them in the Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee meeting room at the Hilton Old Town in Alexandria, Va., yesterday. At a certain point in the committee's discussion yesterday, Feb. 7, about the ...
FMCSA ordered U & D Service to immediately shut down after discovering the company was using drivers who did not possess valid CDLs.
The harassment issue may be the key consideration for the FMCSA, which aims to devise a rule that mandates electronic logging devices.
Contrasting viewpoints coming together -- or not -- made for an interesting day today at the first of four days' worth of meetings of the FMCSA's Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee. Today's agenda was dedicated ...
If the provision makes it through to final legislation, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration would have to do a field study of the restart rule.
Sign up to get Overdrive's daily newsletter.