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Teamsters rallying XPO drivers to join

A group of 72 XPO Logistics drivers from the former Con-way terminal in Aurora, Ill., has filed for representation.

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CDL drug/alcohol clearinghouse rule expected this month, driver training rule in November

A Final Rule to establish a CDL Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse is set to be published Sept. 26, while the rule to set up minimum driver training standards for truckers is set for a Nov. 7 publication.

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Dashcam video monitoring platform with ‘artificial intelligence’ bonus aims at driver-rewards focus

The Netradyne company provided video as an example of some of the articial-intelligence capabilities within its new four-camera Driver-i platform, an on-highway video monitoring platform geared toward driver rewards.

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Rates could see a big boost in 2017 and 2018, forecasters say

The combination of major trucking regulations like the DOT’s electronic logging device mandate and the EPA’s coming emissions standards, increasing fuel costs and a boost in manufacturing will likely lead to an industry capacity crunch and a big increase in rates, said forecasters this week.

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FMCSA proposes rule to change protocol for truckers with diabetes

Under the current regulations, a driver with diabetes may not operate in interstate commerce unless he or she obtains an exemption from FMCSA, which must be renewed at least every two years. The new rule would allow diabetic truckers to operate without an exemption, so long as they meet certain criteria.

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CRST makes major acquisition

CRST International announced this week its acquisition of Chino, Calif.-based Gardner Trucking, which CRST says is the largest acquisition in the company’s history.

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Love’s opens new stores in Oklahoma, Mississippi

Love's Travel Stops has announced the opening of two new locations in Okmulgee, Okla., and Lake, Miss.

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How to ‘pay for your dashcam several times over’ …

Without video of a rig rolling back into him in traffic on I-65, it would have been Boggs’ word against that of the other driver, “and the insurance would not pay anything,” he says. “This minor incident paid for my camera several times over."

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Trucking attorney: Court appears likely to side with FMCSA in ELD court challenge

"The panel was very suspect of the arguments that OOIDA was making and seemed to be much more in favor of the attorneys of the agency,” said transportation attorney Tim Wiseman of the Sept. 13-held oral arguments made in the ELD court challenge.

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More driver deals, acknowledgement for National Truck Driver Appreciation Week

National Truck Driver Appreciation Week kicked off Sunday, Sept. 11, across the U.S., and with it came several deals and acknowledgement for truck drivers at truck stops, industry organizations and more.

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