This year, nearly 5,000 commercial vehicles were placed out of service during the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance's (CVSA) annual Brake Safety Week inspection campaign.
A CDL driver says that technology saved his job after he was ticketed for driving 90 m.p.h. in a 70 m.p.h. zone.
A former Pilot Flying J executive convicted for defrauding truckers will be spending Christmas in a prison cell in spite of his request to spend the holiday with his family.
This week the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) slapped two large trucking companies with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of fines for operating without diesel particulate filters.
Transportation officials in Sonoma County, California, are trying an innovative new tactic to keep truck traffic off of a one lane bridge.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is planning on gathering data and public comments on how commercial vehicle driver schedules impact driver fatigue and highway safety.
City officials in Fort Worth, Texas, have voted to increase the fees for illegal parking for both commercial and passenger vehicles.
Pilot Flying J's former president Mark Hazelwood has asked a judge to allow him to spend the holidays at home with his family before he reports to prison to serve his twelve and a half year sentence for scamming truck drivers out of millions of dollars.
Law enforcement agencies across Tennessee will be increasing enforcement on U.S. Highway 70 this week.
Last week the Iowa Supreme Court found that the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) did not have the authority to issue approximately 13,000 citations over the course of two years.
A report released this week says that states that legalized marijuana have seen an increase in crashes.
A Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to cut down on road rage by banning drivers from carrying loaded weapons in their vehicles.
In response to the viral video of a truck overturning and falling down an embankment on Hopland Grade, Caltrans has issued a warning to truck drivers to heed the signs awn stay away.
Today numerous truck drivers convoyed to the National Mall in Washington, D.C., in order to raise awareness about various issues in the trucking industry.