One of the nation's largest trucking companies has agreed to a massive settlement to be paid out to nearly 20,000 current and former truck drivers following a ten year legal battle.
City officials in Atlanta, Georgia, are close to voting on an new ordinance that would impose a huge fine on truck drivers who park in bike lanes. Next Monday, the Atlanta City Council will vote...
A Minnesota lawmaker has made good on his promise and reintroduced legislation that would exempt some truckers from Electronic Logging Device (ELD) regulations.
A pair of lawmakers have reintroduced legislation that would force drivers to have both side and front underride guards on their trucks.
A bill that would effectively ban booting vehicles on private property is gaining momentum in the Georgia House of Representatives.
The Washington State Patrol's (WSP) Commercial Vehicle Division says that they issued well over two hundred citations during a recent targeted patrol on a ten mile stretch of busy interstate.
Pennsylvania State Police issued hundreds of citations to a truck drivers who violated a weather-related commercial vehicle ban over the weekend.
Michigan State Police (MSP) have announced that they are planning on expanding a controversial saliva-based roadside drug testing pilot program statewide this year.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is billions of dollars in debt, seriously behind on payments to the state, facing a major lawsuit from trucking groups, and eyeing the possibility of bankruptcy.
Troopers from two states recently came together to target commercial vehicle drivers who they say are avoiding a new toll road in Delaware.
Pennsylvania State Police issued nearly a quarter of a million dollars' worth of citations to truck drivers during a weather related travel ban earlier this week.
Indiana officials say that potholes have become such a problem on one interstate that they'll be dramatically reducing the recommended speed limit this weekend.
A company has filed a lawsuit against state and local authorities after they say that a truckload of industrial hemp was wrongly identified as marijuana.
A new report suggests that a Minnesota lawmaker has plans to reintroduce two bills that would exempt some truckers from ELD regulation requirements.
A Tennessee lawmaker recently introduced new "stand your ground" legislation that would strengthen protections for those who use deadly force to defend themselves from civil or criminal prosecution.