Owner-operator Cary Goodman asks this question in a letter to the editor.
Though taken from fleet executive responses and geared toward the same group, an annual study released this week shows regulations and programs of the federal government — namely, hours of service rules and CSA — draw the most concern from carriers.
Readers offer further examples of multiple violations written that stem from one root cause, known as "stacking" and discouraged at the federal level.
Fleets should be reluctant to abandon paying drivers by the mile, according to a panel of fleet managers, but driver pay is looming.
Port of Oakland owner-operators halted the protest that began this week to seek compensation for upgrades to meet California’s port emission standards and wait time.
In today’s edition of Five from Overdrive, OD News Editor Carolyn Mason gives news on the the latest from the Navistar court case, cargo theft updates and words of wisdom from Overdrive's Wendy Parker. Thanks to ...
Loads of food, electronics and appliances remain hot. Theft of trailer and theft from trailer remain the most common form of thefts.
Though Navistar won a court ruling last week that dismissed a case brought by rival truck and engine makers about the validity of the compliance certificates issued to the company, the court battle appears to be far from over.
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