A federal transportation safety group has weighed in on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) proposed changes to Hours of Service regulations and found that there is "no evidence" that the changes will improve highway safety.
Police in one Tennessee town are trying out an unusual tactic to enforce a new speed limit reduction.
Last week, New York City officials pushed a program that rewards locals with cash for reporting on idling trucks -- here's what you need to know.
Officials in Utah have announced that all drivers -- including truckers -- over the age of 18 must fill out a health screening form as they cross the border into the state.
On Wednesday, lawmakers in the House of Representatives approved an amendment that would more than double minimum insurance requirements for commercial vehicles.
Major changes to truck driver Hours of Service regulations will go into effect in just a few days, so we rounded up the information you need to be ready.
A Utah lawmaker has introduced legislation that would help to protect drivers from charges if they strike protesters standing in the roadway.
A group of truckers known for working to organize protest activities to raise awareness about trucking issues was recently featured on a segment on MSNBC.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) put out a request for comment on revising the definitions of the terms 'agricultural commodity' and 'livestock' as they relate to truck driver hours of service (HOS) regulations ahead of impending plans to alter those definitions to provide farmers and truckers with increased flexibility.
An Illinois city recently voted to prevent trucks from parking on city streets -- and now they've turned their attention to trucks using the parking lots of businesses that have been closed for years.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has issued an out of service order to a truck driver as a result of a string of multiple crashes coupled with multiple drug violations.
In just a few more weeks, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will begin using a camera system to enforce speed limits in construction zones.
Custom truck makers featured on a popular reality television show have been ordered to pay out hundreds of thousands of dollars for allegedly removing pollution control devices from their vehicles.
On Thursday, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published their long-awaited Hours of Service Final Rule.
An Illinois lawmaker has introduced an amendment to a huge highway funding bill that would remove a provision to more than double current insurance liability requirements for commercial vehicle drivers.