Trucking News

Controversial commercial vehicle speed limiter mandate pushed to 2025

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has pushed back the projected date for publication of a federal rule requiring speed limiter devices on heavy-duty trucks.

Suspect in custody following overnight fire at Oklahoma City trucking company

Police have a person in custody in connection with a suspected arson incident at a downtown Oklahoma City trucking company facility on Tuesday morning.

Philly tow drivers must provide photo proof of violation under new law

Philadelphia tow truck drivers will soon be subject to more accountability under a new law.

Semi truck fire along Tennessee interstate deemed ‘suspicious’

Tennessee firefighters are asking the public for information on a recent roadside semi truck fire.

Operation Safe Driver Week is underway in North America through Saturday

The annual Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) Operation Safe Driver Week enforcement effort is underway this week.

‘Speed and flat tire’ contributed to crash that killed trucker in Texas

The Grapevine Police Department (GPD) is investigating a fatal commercial vehicle crash that occurred over the weekend.

Colorado to allow motorcycle lane filtering starting next month

Drivers should be aware of a new Colorado law affecting motorcycle traffic going into effect in August.

No truck parking or fueling as two West Virginia travel plazas shutter for construction

Drivers should plan ahead for the extended closure of two West Virginia travel plazas.

Police blame ‘non-commercial drivers’ in 86% of fatal crashes in Ontario this year

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are placing blame on motorists for fatal crashes and asking non-commercial vehicle drivers to do a better job of sharing the road with commercial vehicles.

After brake checking multiple semis, suspect shoots trucker on Indiana interstate

Indiana police are investigating an interstate shooting that left a semi truck driver critically injured.

Cop cruiser crushed by motorist during roadside CMV inspection

A routine roadside CMV inspection took a frightening turn in Arizona on Wednesday morning.

Love’s has started numbering truck parking spots. Here’s why.

If you've been wondering why Love's Travel Stops is adding numbers to their truck parking spaces at some locations, you're not alone.

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