Mexico had approved three U.S. carriers to deliver beyond its border by Oct. 21, when the first Mexican carrier crossed into Laredo, Texas.
The final moments of the panel discussion between attendees and presenters during the Truck Driver Social Media Convention in Tunica, Miss., Oct. 15, brought the point of the whole enterprise into inspired relief. Frederick Schaffner of ...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration granted authority to one carrier and Mexico said it will remove tariffs against U.S. products.
The National Association of the Deaf submitted applications on behalf of 21 drivers seeking exemptions.
FTR consultant said he hears FMCSA will propose to reduce driving and duty hours.
FMCSA has named first Mexican carrier expected to receive provisional operating authority, but will extend review of a second applicant.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration anticipates granting provisional authority to the first Mexican carrier in October.
Agency reported concerns it found during visits at Mexican testing centers for the equivalent of a U.S. commercial driver’s license.
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