A New Jersey trucking company has been ordered to pay a yard switcher $30,000 for failing to reinstate him after he was diagnosed with sleep apnea even though he was repeatedly cleared for duty by medical examiners.
Yesterday the Senate passed an amendment that would exempt livestock haulers from ELD regulations through 2019.
More than four hundred current and former John Christner Trucking drivers have filed civil suit against the company, alleging because they were misclassified as independent contractors, they were often working as many as 100 hours a week and earning less than $500 per week.
The F.B.I. and other law enforcement agencies have arrested a North Carolina police chief and his top lieutenant who were allegedly working at a trucking company when they were supposed to be policing the city of Southport.
The Illinois State Police (ISP) has announced that they are riding along in semi truck to try to catch car drivers in the act on I-57 this week.
Pennsylvania State Police troopers will be concealing themselves in PennDOT maintenance trucks as part of a speed enforcement campaign this week.
An Alabama community college is offering ground breaking women-only CDL training course.
The Kansas Turnpike Authority recently announced plans to increase tolls for both passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles starting in October.
Daimler Trucks North America is recalling more than 18,000 Freightliner Cascadia trucks for a brake caliper defect that could make a crash more likely.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has released the results from the first month of their controversial truck-only tolling program.
A federal court has issued emergency action to put a stop to the Environmental Protection Agency's recent "Glider Rule" order that environmental advocates were calling a dirty truck loophole.
Today the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) released the results from this year's Brake Safety Day inspection campaign.
The Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) Carrier Enforcement Division announced today that they have issued hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of penalties to a Lincoln-based trucking company involved in a fatal accident that killed one of their own employees.
This quick video takes on the issue of regulation in the trucking industry in a segment that appeared today on "America with Eric Bolling"