Commuters in Idaho will soon be able to move about the state more quickly, thanks to a new bill. However, once again, trucks have been left in the dust. Get the details here.
We take a look at how much moving violations and tickets affect your insurance premiums.
State Highway Safety Offices taking action by supporting a national campaign called: â€˜U Drive. U Text. U Pay.â€™ This campaign is the first of its kind, providing strong anti-texting enforcement as well as a media outreach to educate motorists about the dangers of distracted driving.
Beginning May 21, 2014, all driver medical examinations must be performed by a doctor on the FMCSA's Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.
In March, 16 states passed house bill 1080, a rule better known as the â€œdead redâ€ law.
The FMCSA's new Certified Medical Examiner rule went into effect today. The FMCSA issued a press release, reminding drivers that beginning today, all USDOT driver physicals must be performed by a doctor form the Certified Medical Examiner's Registry.
120 overweight trucks ticketed for violating Michigan's frost law.
Arizona releases results of Roadcheck 2014.
Pennsylvania's department of food safety and law officials step up enforcement of refrigerated loads through code red.