Every time a tractor trailer hits an overpass, it leaves us scratching our heads. Why does this keep happening? After a recent bridge strike, which occurred June 12, 2018, Dave Earle, president and CEO of...
Yesterday two lawmakers introduced new legislation that would put the brakes on Electronic Logging Device (ELD) enforcement while reforms are made to both Hours of Service (HOS) regulations and ELD regulations, particularly for agricultural haulers.
Missouri lawmakers recently passed new legislation containing a provision that would prevent law enforcement officers from performing roadside commercial vehicle inspections under some circumstances.
The Rhode Island State Police have released their results from last week's CVSA Roadcheck 2018 inspection blitz.
West Virginia police say that they have written hundreds of citations to truck drivers who have ignored the detour on I-77 near the Virginia/West Virginia border.
The Indiana State Police's Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division's Trooper Brent Hoover has shared a video to give truckers some helpful tips on load securement.
Today the FMCSA issued clarification on regulations involving the personal conveyance provision for CMV drivers.
With the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) Roadcheck less than a week away, some industry experts are warning that the first ever inspection blitz conducted during the ELD era could result in shipping delays and truck capacity problems.
On Wednesday, lawmakers introduced two bills that would exempt smaller carriers and agricultural haulers from the FMCSA's ELD regulations.
On Wednesday, a Nebraska senator introduced a new bill that would ease "overly strict trucking" regulations for drivers hauling livestock.
The Nebraska State Patrol sprung surprise inspections on truckers in the Lincoln area this week -- placing dozens of trucks and several drivers out of service.
This is the first year of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA)'s annual International Roadcheck inspection spree since the ELD Mandate went into effect -- are you ready?
A group of Celadon independent owner-operators will finally be getting checks from a 2013 class action suit that accused the trucking company of deceiving drivers and withholding too much money from their pay checks for fuel costs.
Extra police officers have been assigned to patrol a new truck detour route along I-77 near the Virginia/West Virginia border after a large number of truck drivers were caught ignoring the signs.