Federal officials have shut down a small Utah carrier after declaring the company and its principal an imminent public safety hazard.
A federal court has denied OOIDA's request that it order the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to not encourage EOBR use.
Research confirms safety benefits of using technology to electronically govern and limit the top speed of commercial trucks.
These changes are the first in a series of improvements to the safety measurement system that FMCSA will make up to twice a year.
NASSTRAC is intervening to defend the FMCSA ruling that maintains the daily driving time at 11 hours.
The new CDL-medical certification card should be obtained when drivers renew their CDL within the next 22 months.
Many drivers expressed disdain for electronic onboard recorders and the intent to mandate them at an FMCSA listening session.
Top driver problems are logbook issues, record of duty status isn't current, isn't in possession of a medical certificate, doesn't speak English and carrier requires or allows driver to drive after 14 hours on duty.
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