The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has filed suit against Nebraska-headquartered Werner Enterprises, Inc. after the company refused to hire a truck driver because he is deaf despite that fact that he received an exemption from the FMCSA.
Transportation officials in New York and New Jersey are warning drivers that they should expect "severe congestion" during the two year period that they'll be working on reconstruction of the Route 495 Viaduct connecting the Lincoln Tunnel to the New Jersey Turnpike.
Whether you're a veteran driver or a rookie, it can be hard to break through a driver recruiter's song and dance to get the information that you need about a job you're considering taking. That's why CDLLife put together a list of over 100 essential questions that you need to get answered before you take a new job.
A trucker unable to find a squeegee made for convex vehicle mirrors decided to invent one -- check out the TRUKR STIK in action below.
Washington transportation officials are closing all northbound lanes of I-5 in Seattle for the entire weekend, starting tonight.
With the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) Roadcheck less than a week away, some industry experts are warning that the first ever inspection blitz conducted during the ELD era could result in shipping delays and truck capacity problems.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) announced that they will be closing down a stretch of I-70 in the metro Kansas City area for a weekend in June.
Starting now, Pilot Flying J will be offering truck drivers mid-trip inspections free of charge as a way of helping drivers and carriers prep for the CVSA's Roadcheck 2018.
In honor of Mother's Day, Pilot Flying J truck stops will be offering all moms a free cup of joe all weekend.
The New York State Police recently announced that they are still investigating the rest stop shooting of a truck driver forty-five years after it occurred.
Today the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) announced the dates and focus for this year's Roadcheck inspection campaign.
A new report blames empty snack food shelves in New York stores on Frito-Lay's decision to dramatically cut pay for some of the company's truck drivers. According to the New York Post, it all began...