Letter to Obama says proposal would be an unnecessary and costly regulatory burden on truckers, given the improved record of truck safety.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration appears likely to issue an hours-of-service final rule by its Oct. 28 deadline
Agency has updates on electronic recorders, hours of service and speed limiters on trucks.
Owner-operator pay to rise, researcher trashes hour studies, Shell selects SuperRigs trucks, groups push for safer trucks and many more industry news items are featured.
A House subcommittee heard testimony from trucking company leaders against the HOS proposal.
Former head of FMCSA research says recent studies contain many problems and shouldn’t be relied on to support the agency’s proposed changes.
Just how Birmingham News "Driver's Side" traffic columnist Ginny MacDonald settled on the handle Driving Miss Crazy is something of a mystery. But like the friendship that evolved between the black chauffeur and the elderly ...
There is a growing feeling among industry watchers that in order to fully settle the decidedly unsettled regulatory situation surrounding the hours of service, Congress is going to have to legislate a solution. That sentiment has ...
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