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Examiner guilty of falsifying CDL tests

Harold G. Stewart, a third-party commercial drivers’ license examiner, pled guilty to one count of making a false statement.

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Testing firm guilty of fraud

Michael R. Bennett and his company, Workplace Compliance Inc., both pled guilty to three counts of wire fraud.

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Examiner guilty of CDL test results falsification

Harold G. Stewart, a third-party commercial drivers’ license examiner, pled guilty to one count of making a false statement.

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CRST Malone doubles referrals

Under the new referral program, any CRST Malone independent contractor who refers another driver will receive $1,000 for an independent contractor.

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Mack ranks as top exporter

Mack Trucks finished 2009 as the leading exporter of heavy-duty North American trucks.

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Spot freight index up 215% in February

TransCore’s spot marketplace soars year-over-year, within 5 percent of record level.

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IdleAire may be restarted

The Tennessee-based company made a brief announcement on its website, but offered no other information.

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Pressure grows to resolve Mexico border issue

Congressional leaders and trade groups are pushing federal leaders to resolve the cross-border trucking program with Mexico.

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CCJ editors win writing award

The winning article covered the two approaches engine makers are following to comply with 2010 standards.

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Wyoming enacts texting ban

In 2009, more than 200 distracted driving bills were considered by state legislatures.

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