Tag: Truck Drivers

This week, the Iowa 80 Group opened a large warehouse and distribution center for trucking parts and accessories.
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) recently discovered a slew of violations after pulling over a truck-trailer combination in Redding.

No major injuries after I-77 collision that decimated a big rig

The Huntersville Fire Department (HFD) in North Carolina says that there were no serious injuries after an I-77 collision that decimated a big...

Report looks at why a lack of truck parking is a deadly problem

CBS Evening News recently shared a report that spells out the ways that America's truck parking crisis is leading to highway deaths.

Bill to outlaw self-driving semis without a human in the cab vetoed by California Governor

California Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a high-profile bill that would have banned the operation of autonomous big rigs without a human driver inside the cab.

New Ohio Sheetz to offer 59 free truck parking spaces

Gas station chain Sheetz will be opening up a new store in Mahoning County, Ohio, featuring some trucker-friendly amenities. Sheetz says that they'll open...

Truck hauling helicopter gets snagged on overpass in Louisiana

A trucker hauling a helicopter ran into trouble with an overpass on a Louisiana interstate on Friday morning. The incident occurred around 8:30 a.m....

Feds say trucking company violated the law when they refused to hire a driver because of back pain

This week, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced a lawsuit against a logistics and speciality hauling company for allegedly discriminating against a truck driver who reported pain symptoms during the hiring process.

WATCH: Ted Nugent thanks truckers for “kicking maximum a**”

LiveTrucking and singer Ted Nugent say thank you to drivers for all that you do for the American people.

UPS Freight avoids 11,000 driver strike, reaches labor agreement

UPS Freight announced that they'll be back to business as usual after averting a strike involving more than 11,600 workers.

FMCSA clarifies new personal conveyance rules

After months of confusion for millions of truckers, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has finally offered up some extra clarification on how personal conveyance regulations should be followed and enforced.

Company tries self-driving semi in heavy rain. Here’s how it turned out.

"Yes, but how will it handle in the real world?" is the first question many truckers ask when they hear about the latest advancements in self-driving truck technology.

Court rules that truckers must be paid minimum wage — even when they’re not driving

A federal court ruling that took place in Arkansas last month could totally transform the way that truck drivers are paid.

Multiple closures on 1-10 in Phoenix start this weekend

If you're passing through Phoenix this weekend, make sure to plan ahead for several closures on I-10 that are expected to cause heavy traffic delays.

Recent articles