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Proposed Bill Would Protect Drivers Who Hit Roadway Protesters

Proposed Bill Would Protect Drivers Who Hit Roadway Protesters

Republican lawmakers in North Dakota have proposed legislation that would shield drivers from legal responsibility if they hit protesters standing… Read more »


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Michigan To Raise Speed Limits To 75 MPH

Michigan To Raise Speed Limits To 75 MPH

Yesterday lawmakers in Michigan approved legislation that will raise the speed limits on some roads to 75 m.p.h. Governor Rick… Read more »


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California Officially Legalizes Lane Splitting

California Officially Legalizes Lane Splitting

Last week California became the first state to officially legalize motorcycle lane splitting, though the controversial practice has been tentatively… Read more »


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New Jersey Eyes Bill Banning Coffee Drinking While Driving

New Jersey Eyes Bill Banning Coffee Drinking While Driving

New Jersey lawmakers are considering a bill that would make it illegal to drink beverages like coffee while behind the… Read more »


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House Panel Passes 34 Hour Restart Bill

34 Hour Restart Bill Speeds Through House

A House subcommittee approved a bill today that could have a major impact on the 34 hour restart regulations for truck… Read more »


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English Only Driver's Exam

Retired Trucker Sponsors Bill Requiring Driver’s Exams In English Only

A new bill sponsored by a retired trucker turned Nebraska senator requiring that driver’s exams be administered in English only has… Read more »


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34 Hour Restart Eliminated

Congress Slip Up May Have Killed The 34 Hour Restart

An unintended problem with the language in the 2016 fiscal year appropriations bill appears to have completely eliminated the 34 hour… Read more »


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Truck-Only Lanes

Aviation Bill To Ban States From Requiring Longer Rest Breaks For Truckers

A provision tacked on to a proposed aviation bill would prevent states from requiring truckers to take longer rest brakes… Read more »


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Six State Speed Crackdown Starts Today

Georgia Wants To Fine Commercial Vehicle “Super Speeders”

Georgia lawmakers have introduced new legislation that would make commercial vehicles subject to the state’s “Super Speeder” penalties. If the… Read more »


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House Rejects Heavier Trucks

Lawmakers Say No To 91,000 Pound Trucks

The House rejected a bill that would increase truck weights from 80,000 to 91,000 pounds last night. The SAFE trucking… Read more »


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Heavier Trucks

Proposed Bill Would Allow 91,000 Pound Trucks With Extra Axle

A new proposed bill would allow states to choose to increase the maximum truck weight from 80,000 pounds to 91,000… Read more »


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Baltimore County Approves Major Fine Increase For Parking Semis In Neighborhoods

Missouri Cracks Down On “Taxation By Citation”

Missouri lawmakers recently passed a bill that limits the amount of revenue that cities can take in from traffic tickets… Read more »


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Indiana Lawmakers

New Indiana Law Forces Slower Drivers Into Right Lane

New legislation passed in Indiana will require drivers who are obeying the speed limit in the left lane to move… Read more »


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Court: Crete Carrier Had Legal Right To Force Trucker To Undergo Sleep Apnea Testing

Indiana Bill Would Help Inmates Obtain CDLs

A bill working its way though the Indiana legislature would give prisoners the opportunity to obtain a CDL.


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