Arizona releases results of Roadcheck 2014.
120 overweight trucks ticketed for violating Michigan's frost 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.
In March, 16 states passed house bill 1080, a rule better known as the â€œdead redâ€ law.
Beginning May 21, 2014, all driver medical examinations must be performed by a doctor on the FMCSA's Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.
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.
We take a look at how much moving violations and tickets affect your insurance premiums.
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.