Law enforcement agencies across six state are planning a major enforcement campaign on a popular "stoner" holiday.
Tennessee police are launching a major enforcement campaign to catch distracted drivers in the act.
A Louisiana trucking group is taking action against "billboard blight" -- especially those billboards advertising for "big truck wreck" lawyers -- by supporting new legislation in the state's House and Senate.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) has updated their Out of Service criteria -- and here's what you need to know.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced that they ordered a truck driver off the road for multiple controlled substance violations.
Lawmakers in New York have agreed to a plan to add 'congestion pricing' for drivers who want to enter congested midtown Manhattan.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has set out new rules that will require truck drivers to register with a federal database before they are allowed to change jobs.
Tens of thousands of semi trucks have been recalled for an exhaust pipe problem that could result in a traffic accident.
A new video from Vice News shows how New York residents can earn thousands of dollars by telling city officials about idling trucks and busses.
Today, the head of U.S. Department of Transportation made a major announcement about upcoming changes to Hours of Service regulations.
A Colorado State Trooper's much-needed video lesson on how to actually use the left lane properly has gone viral.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) has announced the dates for this year's International Roadcheck inspection blitz.
Lawmakers in two states are currently considering plans to toll drivers on one of the nation's busiest interstates.
This week, a federal judge dismissed a trucking industry lawsuit meant to push back against Rhode Island's controversial truck-only tolling program.
A California lawmaker recently introduced legislation that would eliminate almost all diesel trucks from operating in the state by 2050.
In the wake of devastating flooding that hit the midwest last week, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued a regional emergency declaration to exempt truckers from following certain regulations in multiple states.