More than half of driver respondents in a recent study say that the July 1 hours of service rule change has decreased their pay by 5 percent or more.
Thomas Dempsey's farewell to trucking "toward a more stable industry, one that young people will want to enter, and current drivers will choose to stay with, and be proud to do."
The contracting and workforce subcommittee to the House Small Business Committee will hear testimony on the economic impact of the July 1 hours of service changes Nov. 21.
A Wall Street Journal report says a "confusing tangle of rules" and a myriad of devices like electronic logs and speed limiters are dampening not only the industry's efficiency but the will of those who ...
In this special-feature Voices podcast, readers weigh in on the bill that would put a moratorium on the restart changes, and other issues surrounding the hours of service. Leave a message at 530-40-VOICE to weigh ...
With the first quarter following the July 1 change in the hours of service rules well over and done, what has been the economic impact for your operation?
Riding along with owner-operator Leo Wilkins yields new insights for FMCSA Administrator Anne Ferro.
For bill supporters, key to convincing lawmakers to sign on to the effort may well be showing the economic impact of the new rule.
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