Upcoming HOS Changes
These HOS laws go into effect soon.
Mandated EOBRS: An Estimated Timeline
What are your thoughts on EOBRs?
Maine’s Increased Speed Limit Bill Advances
Maine's Legislatureâ€™s Transportation committee endorsed a bill that would increase the speed limit on Interstate 295 between Topsham and West Gardiner.
Maine Speed Limit Increase Improved
You may soon be able to pass through Maine more quickly.
5 Steps To Prepare For Upcoming HOS Changes
HOS changes are coming soon!
New HOS Regulations Take Effect Today
Find out the new out-of-service criteria.
Ohio Speed Limit Reaches 70, But Watch Your Speedometer
Watch your speed.
FMCSA Revises ‘Overly Restrictive’ Language Concerning Breaks
Changes have been made to the language regarding what constitutes as a break.
FMCSA Issues Statement On Court’s HOS Ruling
"The ruling recognizes the sensible data-driven approach that was taken in crafting this important regulation to increase safety and reduce driver fatigue â€“ a leading factor in truck crashes."
Illinois Governor Signs Bill To Increase Speed Limits On Rural Roads
On Monday, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed a bill that will increase the speed limit on rural interstates from 65 to 70 miles per hour.
Georgia I-285 Speed Limit To Increase On Friday
According to the Georgia DOT, a portion of I-285 will pick up speed tomorrow. The speed limit will be raised from 55 miles per hour to 65 for some portions of the perimeter south...
Bill Would Increase Florida’s Maximum Speed Limit
Two senators from Florida filed a bill that would increase the speed limit on select Florida highways to 75 miles per hour.
FMCSA Shutters Atlanta Passenger Carrier
Today, the FMCSA announced the agency has put the brakes on an Atlanta-based passenger carrier, STSC Transportation Services.
WARNING: Fraudulent DOT Letter Circulating
According to the Missouri Trucking Association, yet another round of fraudulent DOT letters are being circulated. The letters are dated February 19, 2014 and are signed under the fictitious name Lois James- Senior Procurement Officer.
Video: George Sack- Stunt Truck Driver
Check out this stunt truck driving.
FMCSA Announces Proposed Electronic Logs Rule
The FMCSA today announced the agency's proposed rule to require interstate drivers to use Electronic Logging Devices in their trucks in order to "improve compliance with the safety rules that govern the number of hours a driver can work."