At 7 p.m. Eastern time tomorrow evening (Wed., June 22) I'll join Truth About Trucking Live hosts Allen & Donna Smith as well as my colleague Max Kvidera for a special show probing the issues ...
A House subcommittee heard testimony from trucking company leaders against the HOS proposal.
Under proposal, commercial drivers must retain a paper copy of the medical examiner’s certificate until Jan. 30, 2014.
Former head of FMCSA research says recent studies contain many problems and shouldn’t be relied on to support the agency’s proposed changes.
The public may attend the Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee meeting in Alexandria, Va., June 20-22 or submit written comment by June 15.
Proposal pertains to retaining driver-vehicle inspection reports when the driver has neither found nor been made aware of any defects.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is seeking comment on its revised estimate of the paperwork burden of the hours of service rules.
Rule would prevent third-party testers from administering skills tests to applicants trained at the testers’ commercial school.
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