There is apparently so much confusion about the proper use of Electronic Logging Device (ELD) technology out there in the trucking and law enforcement community that federal authorities were forced to put together a graphic instructional guide.
A Georgia county has enacted a new law that limits the power of vehicle booting companies that prey on parked semi trucks.
A Georgia doctor will face more than two years in prison for providing CDL holders with medical certificates when they hadn't actually undergone physical examinations to assess whether they were fit to drive.
After Canadian transportation authorities announced strict minimum training standards for truck drivers, many are wondering if American authorities should ask the same of their entry-level truck drivers.
The governor of Indiana says that he will not impose any more new interstate tolls during his administration, in part because he has already raked in enough money from a recent truck-only toll increase to fund a whole slew of infrastructure improvements.
An Illinois man has made an unusual request of federal authorities -- he wants their permission to drive semi trucks even though he suffers from narcolepsy.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) is asking for input from truckers on the current truck parking situation in America.
This week, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced that they will be increasing fines for all commercial vehicle violations.
A year after the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) put electronic logging device regulations into effect, California troopers are warning truckers that their paper logs books will absolutely not be accepted any longer.
A high school in California is hoping to entice female students into the trucking industry in order to address the so-called 'truck driver shortage.'
State troopers in eight states are planning a major enforcement campaign over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
The American Trucking Associations (ATA) is backing state trucking groups in their fight against a new plan to toll only trucks.
New guidance from the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) tells inspection officers that they must leave truck drivers alone when they are off-duty or in the sleeper berth.
Today the Trump administration debuted a new plan designed to crack down on emissions from heavy duty trucks.
The ATA stands behind the decision and is even pushing for stricter testing rules.