As Hurricane Dorian intensifies and nears the U.S., the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has expanded their emergency declaration to include 10 southeastern states.
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) says that they're "saving lives, one inspection at a time" after discovering a dangerous violation.
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 granted a large grocery retailer an exemption from the 30 minute break requirement.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) says that they removed thousands of trucks from the road during a three day inspection campaign.
As Florida braces for what could be a devastating hurricane, authorities have waived certain regulations for truckers hauling relief supplies.
This week, a Georgia Senator who introduced controversial commercial vehicle "speed limiter" legislation earlier this summer announced his retirement.
Starting early next year, trucking companies will be required to pay the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) a fee prior to hiring each driver -- in addition to a once per year fee for already employed drivers -- as part of the agency's new Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse rule.
Wisconsin police say that they placed a semi truck driver out of service for license violations just a few hours before he allegedly caused a crash that injured three people.
A Georgia jury has awarded a family an historical payout in the wake of a fatal 2016 tractor trailer vs. SUV collision.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration representatives were on hand to listen to what truckers had to say about coming Hours of Service changes during a listening session on Friday.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is currently accepting public comment on their proposed changes to Hours of Service (HOS) regulations.
Delaware lawmakers have passed legislation that will allow for the use of camera technology to enforce truck routes without a traffic stop by law enforcement.
Colorado transportation officials launched a new safety initiative this week designed to help truck drivers to safety travel on the I-70 Mountain Corridor.
State licensing officials have informed hundreds of truck drivers that they are at risk of losing their Commercial Drivers License (CDL) because the truck driver training school they attended failed to produce...