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FMCSA shuts down Calif.-based driver after multiple DUI convictions

Previously, Zaverukha was convicted twice in Connecticut for alcohol-related violations while driving a truck and once in Massachusetts.

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Owner-ops voice concerns over ELDs, give feedback on potential ‘Beyond Compliance’ program

Truck drivers, fleet personnel and owner-operator advocates voiced their concerns at the Mid-America Trucking Show about the DOT's electronic logging device mandate and provided their thoughts on the “Beyond Compliance” program the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is required to establish.

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FMCSA blocks Canadian trucker from U.S., citing violations of out-of-service orders

FMCSA said Gill “willfully disregarded the out-of-service order” in three separate instances in four days and continued driving his truck before being shut down after the fourth order. He was also found to have surreptitiously taken his truck from a storage facility where it had been towed.

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FMCSA shuts down two-truck fleet in fourth carrier shutdown order of year

The agency says the two-truck N.C.-based carrier didn't follow hours of service rules, didn't properly maintain its equipment, didn't drug test drivers and more.

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Wyoming-based seven-truck carrier ordered to shut down following FMCSA investigation

Violations include: Failing to conduct pre-employment background checks on drivers, failing to ensure drivers were qualified before dispatching them, failing to properly monitor drivers to ensure compliance with hours-of-service requirements, using a driver who tested positive for a controlled substance and failure to maintain equipment.

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FMCSA orders recall-affected Volvo trucks out-of-service

Affected trucks include model year 2016-2017 VNL, VNX, and VNM trucks manufactured from May 11, 2015 through March 8, 2016.

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S.C. driver shut down after involvement in fatal hit-and-run, Mass. trucking company shut down

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued effective shutdown orders recently to a South Carolina-licensed driver involved in a fatal hit-and-run and a Massachusetts-based trucking company that failed to maintain equipment and oversee its drivers.

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DOT announces further delays in publication of speed limiter, CDL clearinghouse rules

The DOT pushed back the projected publication date of a rule to require speed limiters on heavy-duty trucks to April 22. A rule to implement a CDL Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse is now projected to be published on July 28.

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Senate committee approves Darling’s FMCSA nomination

The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation approved T.F. Scott Darling III's nomination to be the next head of the FMCSA Thursday, and he will await the confirmation of the full Senate to take the position.

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FMCSA chief Scott Darling’s nomination could proceed in Senate on Thursday

A Senate committee is scheduled to vote on whether to advance President Obama's nomination of Darling to head FMCSA. Darling must still be confirmed by the full Senate before becoming FMCSA's administrator.

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