On Tuesday, President Trump signed an executive order intended to speed economic recovery by cutting unnecessary regulations.
While several trucking industry organizations have spoken out in favor of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Final Rule on Hours of Service regulations, Teamsters say that the rule changes are a threat to highway safety.
During a Fox Business interview on Thursday, President Trump said that a group of truckers were honking in support of him, and not protesting cheap freight.
On Thursday, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published their long-awaited Hours of Service Final Rule.
Lawmakers are considering bills that would impose a hefty fine for trucks that are illegally parked on New York City streets. The New York Legislature is currently considering...
On Tuesday, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) confirmed that "Operation Safe Driver Week" would take place as scheduled and would target drivers who exceed the speed limit.
Last week, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) wrote to Congress asking for intervention to make sure that freight brokers are paying truck drivers fairly.
After multiple meat-processing plants closed in recent weeks due to COVID-19, President Trump is expected to issue an executive order requiring them to remain open.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is considering new rules intended to increase compliance with existing drug and alcohol rules for truck drivers.
Canadian authorities are now requiring all essential workers from the U.S. -- including truck drivers -- to wear a face covering as they cross the border. The order...
Yesterday the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published an announcement giving states permission to explore ways for CDL testers to use technology so that they can practice social distancing while administering the skills test.
Authorities in New Jersey are permitting businesses like truck stops to refuse service to customers who are not wearing some form of face covering in an attempt to slow the COVID-19 pandemic.
After initially requiring all drivers entering the state to fill out an electronic COVID-19 travel declaration, officials in Utah have issued a new exemption for truckers and other essential workers.
Those who appear in public in parts of California without a face covering could now be subject to a $1000 fine.
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.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has extended nationwide regulatory relief for truck drivers hauling relief supplies for Coronavirus/COVID-19.