hours of service

States suspend hours rules

Jill Dunn | February 15, 2010

In response to recent storm conditions, a few states have temporarily waived hours-of-service rules.

FMCSA may schedule March hours-of-service session

| February 10, 2010

The head of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said in future years, the agency may consider driver safety ratings in its Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 program and could have a fifth hours-of-service listening session ...

FMCSA may schedule March hours-of-service session

Jill Dunn | February 10, 2010

The agency may consider driver safety ratings in its Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 program.

FMCSA finally listening to drivers?

| February 09, 2010

On the subject of the hours of service, my entire time covering the trucking industry has been to the ever-more-visible backdrop curtain of calls (to really mix metaphors) to introduce some sort of flexibility into the ...

Truckers urge hours-of-service flexibility

| January 29, 2010

Speakers said existing rules are too restrictive and lead to increased fatigue, stress and log book cheating.

Hours regs debated at opening session

| January 20, 2010

Comments at Jan. 19’s session ranged from a request to keep the existing rules to urging a rewrite.

ATA seeks to identify HOS documents

| January 20, 2010

The American Trucking Associations is seeking clarification of what documents carriers must keep to prove hours-of-service compliance. The effort is part of a lawsuit ATA filed with the United States Court of Appeals for the ...

Next HOS session Jan. 22

| January 15, 2010

The first of four public listening sessions to gather information on the hours of service rule will be Jan. 19.

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