Minnesota governor issues HOS exemptions.
Four members of the House Transportation Committee have requested a delay to the new HOS rules that are scheduled to go into effect on July 1.
“The existing rules have a proven track record, and the agency’s purported reasons for tinkering with them were baseless.”
The ATA is speaking out against that FMCSA’s rejection to delay HOS.
FMCSA updated the list of current exemptions.
Find out what the FMCSA says about the upcoming changes to HOS.
Have you ever used this exemption?
A Virginia carrier is under investigation. Find out why here.
What are your thoughts on hours of service exemptions?
Don’t like the 34 Hour Restart Rule put into effect this year? Take an online opinion survey to tell the ATA why.
These final rules go into place permanently in July of 2013. How will they affect your drive day?
Does technology keep the public safe from “sleepy” drivers? A Washington reporter says yes.
A trucking industry commentator fires off some choice words about the pitfalls of over-regulation.
Get all the info you need to know about the upcoming changes to HOS regulations.
The FMCSA has expanded exemptions for drivers in the Northeast helping with Hurricane Sandy and nor’easter relief.
How will the 34-hour restart affect you? ATRI wants your feedback.
When a truck driver is forced into battling fatigue, the consequences can be disastrous.
Fracking Truck Drivers have to deal with long load and unload times, but the DOT says that doesn’t exempt them from extending their hours.
While it can be considered relatively good news, driver turnover rates continue to plague the truck driving industry.
Agri-Biz Truck Drivers catch a break from the Transportation Bill currently being debated on Capitol Hill. Find out if your job is affected.
The Hours of Service revision of 2011 is drawing a lot of fire. Industry groups and teamsters are filing suite as fast as possible.
This article has a link to the FMCSA’s new online tutorial about how to fill out your logbooks to avoid violating the new HOS rules.
Some GOP Congressmen are calling for the FMCSA to put their money where their mouth is regarding the new HOS Rules.
Since semi truck safety issues are currently in the national spotlight, the Ohio Trucking Association has declined to support a speed increase that could help truckers cover more distance during hours of service.