The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

FMCSA starts driver pre-employment program

The program allows carriers the option of accessing driver inspection and crash records before hiring.

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UCR fees almost doubled

The minimum fee, which applies to a one-truck operation or to a broker or freight forwarder, will go from $39 to $76.

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ATA: Modify sleeper berth rules for more flexibility

FMCSA should better address the true causes of fatigue in transportation.

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CSA data to be posted April 12

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said this preview is in advance of full implementation on Nov. 30.

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Pennsylvania to exempt farm trucks from safety rules

Pennsylvania updated its safety regulations to comply with federal law after a federal audit cited non-compliance issues.

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HOS waiver for hauling anhydrous ammonia

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is waiving hours-of-service rules until June 21.

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FMCSA proposes rule to ban texting by truckers

The proposal would impose sanctions on drivers and bar motor carriers from allowing their drivers to text while driving.

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Safety belt use grows

New data show 74 percent of commercial truck and bus drivers now are using their safety belts.

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White House clears EOBR rule

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is expected soon to publish the electronic onboard recorder rule.

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States may collect UCR fees

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced that states may go ahead and collect 2010 UCR fees at the current fee structure.

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