A bill that could have undone the hours of service rule that became effective July 1 was pulled from the House floor after losing support.
The newest court challenge to FMCSA's hours-of-service rulemaking is scheduled on the U.S. Court of Appeal's schedule.
NASSTRAC is intervening to defend the FMCSA ruling that maintains the daily driving time at 11 hours.
Many drivers expressed disdain for electronic onboard recorders and the intent to mandate them at an FMCSA listening session.
ATA questioned changes to the restart provision requiring it include two consecutive periods between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will present several educational sessions in Louisville March 22-24.
Agency's online handbook offers examples using the new hours of service rules.
Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, Public Citizen and the Truck Safety Coalition object to FMCSA not reducing the driving day to 10 hours from 11.
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