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ATA presses hours lawsuit

Lawsuit is aimed to force the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to issue regulations governing supporting documents.

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Seminar presents CDL medical certification topics

Steps and treatments can be taken to ensure medical certification, said federal agency medical director.

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FMCSA guides states on reporting traffic offenses

The FMCSA published a CDL rule instructing states on timely reporting and posting of traffic offense convictions.

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News flash: Owner-operator likes electronic logs

Jeffersonville, Ind.-based owner-operator Perry Famularo says he "was one of those guys who said, 'If you make me go to electronic logs, I’m out of here.'" Leased to Dart Transit, though, he was presented with the opportunity a couple years ago to try out one of the PeopleNet eLogs units the mostly owner-operator carrier was beginning to test and offer its contractors. As Famularo tells it, "Dart asked me would I want to experiment with one. I said, 'Well sure, I’m willing to ...

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ATA seeks to delay agency documents policy

The association asked the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to stay its new policy on supporting documents.

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Hours rule proposal advanced

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration sent its proposed hours-of-service rule to the Secretary of Transportation.

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Federal agency to discuss medical issues

The first of two stops will be from 8-11 a.m. July 21 at the Pilot Flying J Travel Plaza in Indianapolis.

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Broker group offers online seminar on bond bill

The Senate broker bill would increase broker bond to $100,000 from $10,000.

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July 22: Health and Your CDL

Truckers News’ Fit for the Road program that looks at how health regulations are changing.

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FMCSA examines other in-truck distractions

The agency has asked its Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee for ways to combat distracted driving.

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