One of the last two states that forbid drivers under 21 years of age from operating commercial vehicles intrastate has passed a bill to allow 18 -- 20 year olds to drive trucks as long as they stay within Alabama state lines.
Today the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) officially announced their intentions to move forward with a plan that would allow teenagers to operate commercial vehicle interstate by asking for public comment...
More than 4,000 people have signed a petition that calls for Idaho authorities to drop drug trafficking charges that were recently leveled against three truck drivers who were caught hauling hemp in the state.
C.R. England Inc. recently announced that they have agreed to pay out nearly $38 million to a group of truck drivers who say that they were misled into entering into a lease-to-own program with financial terms that made it tough for them to succeed.
The Illinois State Police will be hiding right under the nose of passing drivers during a special undercover patrol operation this week.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) is scheduled to unveil its highly anticipated changes to truck driver Hours of Service regulations early next month.
An Illinois sheriff has shared unique drone footage showing just how quickly and efficiently they are pulling over drivers who fail to move over for emergency vehicles. On Monday,...
Law enforcement agencies across six state are planning a major enforcement campaign on a popular "stoner" holiday.
Tennessee police are launching a major enforcement campaign to catch distracted drivers in the act.
A Louisiana trucking group is taking action against "billboard blight" -- especially those billboards advertising for "big truck wreck" lawyers -- by supporting new legislation in the state's House and Senate.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) has updated their Out of Service criteria -- and here's what you need to know.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced that they ordered a truck driver off the road for multiple controlled substance violations.
Lawmakers in New York have agreed to a plan to add 'congestion pricing' for drivers who want to enter congested midtown Manhattan.