The average price for a gallon of on-highway diesel dropped 2.5 cents in the week ended Sept. 23, marking the biggest week-to-week decrease since the week ended April 29.
A Laredo, Texas-based fleet has become the 10th trucking company this year to be issued an out-of-service order after it was discovered the company was not ensuring its drivers complied with federal hours of service regulations.
The Facebook page that went viral the third week of September calling for a trucking shutdown was then shut down itself under murky circumstances. Meanwhile, nontrucking promoters move toward a semblance of organization.
In addition to NSA leaker Edward Snowden, the same company that handles trucking's DAC reports, USIS, performed a background check on Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis.
In response to a bill currently in the U.S. House, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has released a statement saying it will address sleep disorder screening via its formal rulemaking process and not simply guidance.
California has not violated interstate commerce laws with its regulations on fuels based on carbon production, ruled a federal appeals court Sept. 18.
Half of Overdrive readers prefer more clear limitations of pilot-less aircraft's use in combat operations.
Don Christner recounts a recent critical haul to a water treatment facility in Boulder, Colo.
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