Trucking News

Phone Data Can Now Be Searched Without Warrant

Your cell phone data is no longer protected by the 4th Amendment.

Truckers May Face New Tolls in North Carolina

North Carolina is the latest state pondering what kind of balance to strike between budget shortfalls and highway tolls.

Missouri Bill 443 Will Impact CDL Holders

New Missouri bill will combine CDL and Medical Certification Card, change the current "failure to appear" implications and add $60 million to the state's transportation budget.

10,200 Trucking Jobs Added in February 2012

New trucking jobs added and the outlook is encouraging, but the industry still isn't where it was five years ago.

Harrisburg, Illinois Tornado Takes Trucker On Wild Ride

A twister in Harrisburg, Illinois takes trucker on wild ride. See a photo of the carnage.

TWIC Fingerprint Security Proposed for DHS Ruling

Dept. of Homeland Security wishes to make the TWIC fingerprint port trucking program into a regulation ruling. Find out what this would mean for carriers and budgets.

Teamsters’ Hoffa Unloads on Mexican Pilot Program

Teamster President Jim Hoffa files suit against the FMCSA's Mexican Pilot Program and then launches a press offensive.

Commercial Vehicle Orders Down But Remain Encouraging

The trucking industry will outperform the U.S. economy this year, with truck freight growing 3.9 percent, greater than overall GDP, according to FTR Associates.

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TCA Approves 65 Mph Speed Limiters

If the TCA gets their way, all long haul semi trucks will soon be governed to 65 mph.

$109 Billion Transportation Bill Still Being Debated

If Democrats and Republicans can't agree on the new Surface Transportation Bill by March 31st, job losses could be devastating.

Joyce Brenny Named Most “Influential Woman in Trucking”

This week Navistar, WIT and the TCA announced the "Most Influential Woman in Trucking."

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