In case you missed it, here’s the 5 most popular headlines from Overdrive this week

In case this has been a busy week or you just wanted to catch up on the headlines, here are the top 5 most popular stories from the Overdrive website from Friday, Sept. 18 – Thursday, Sept. 24.

No. 5: Which states need more truck parking spaces?

Truck Parking at Night

Where are the worst states for truck parking? Senior editor Todd Dills has all the details from the Jason’s Law parking survey. Click here to find out where your state ranks.

No. 4: Will FMCSA try to reinstitute 2013 restart rules after Sept. 30?

Hours of Service Restart

The current stay of enforcement of the 2013-implemented rules governing truckers’ use of a 34-hour hours-of-service restart could be removed as soon as Sept. 30, 2015. News editor James Jaillet has the details.

No. 3: Why $64 an hour for detention time adds up

Detention Pay Chart for Drivers

Senior editor Todd Dills runs the numbers on what an average $64 hourly rate for detention pay could look like based on the average owner-operator business income and mileage numbers of independent owner-operator ATBS clients in 2014.

No. 2: Final Rule on ELDs has been delayed a month

Electronic Logging Device - ELD Example

A Final Rule to require truck operators to use electronic logging devices has been delayed a month, according to a report released this week by the Department of Transportation. Read all the details on the new schedule here.

No. 1: How will the new e-log rule be enforced?

Electronic Logging Device Example

From the FTR Transportation Conference, news editor James Jaillet tackles the question, “How will the coming ELD mandate be enforced?” He quotes former FMCSA Administrator Annette Sandberg. Read all the details on this and other news from the FTR conference here.