The suspension of some trucking regulations applies to vehicles delivering food, water, medicine and other critical supplies.
Hours of service and electronic onboard recorders are among topics listed for the National Transportation Safety Board’s public forum on truck safety.
A few readers have taken me to task for my March editorial. I had argued that the proposed mandate for electronic onboard recorders could eventually put pressure to raise pay.
Onboard recorders could be required for all carriers that now do traditional logging. These stories will get you caught up with the developments.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration recently sent warning letters to 23,000 carriers that need to address areas of compliance.
FMCSA, after requiring onboard recorders for violation-prone carriers, now seeks a mandate for all OTR operations.
TripPak Mobile now offers drivers the chance to submit comments to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration about its proposed Hours of Service rules.
In an FMCSA session, representatives from carriers and trucking groups and owner-operators said proposed changes wouldn’t lead to improvements
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