hours-of-service regulations

FMCSA posts hours proposals

Comments on the proposal are due Feb. 28. The agency announced the proposal on Dec. 23.

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Anhydrous ammonia transport exemption set

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has announced a 2-year exemption from hours-of-service rules for anhydrous ammonia transport.

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Agency forced to issue hours-of-service rule

FMCSA plans to issue a proposed rule by the end of this year on supporting documents for hours-of-service compliance.

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Agency proposes agricultural hours exemption

The two-year, limited exemption would apply to drivers transporting anhydrous ammonia in agricultural operations.

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Channel 19

Captain Kirk Enterprises, a quilter and exemption from hours of service regulations are among the topics discussed.

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Research shows safer trucking

American Transportation Research Institute released a report concluding that trucking safety has improved since 2004.

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Another Hours session set

Truckers visiting the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville on March 26 will have a chance to attend a fifth listening session on hours-of-service regulations. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will hold the session from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Center, South Wing Room B101. Registering the day of the listening session when attending the Center will require a $5 registration fee.

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