Truckers around the country are giving thanks to a Kentucky police department who have offered to go above and beyond to make sure that drivers get fed.
The Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) says that the restroom facilities at some I-80 rest areas may be periodically closed due to the lack of availability of toilet paper, but they are committed to staying open to provide truck parking.
Thanks to the Coronavirus, many Americans who never bothered to think about the trucking industry are now getting a first hand lesson in truck driver appreciation.
The Knoxville Police Department says that a trucker was killed after losing control of his vehicle in a Tuesday morning crash.
Arizona authorities say that a truck driver was hurt but is expected to survive a major fuel tanker truck explosion on Monday.
During the Coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis, multiple states are closing or restricting restaurants and bars, meaning that truckers delivering the essential supplies that Americans need could go hungry themselves.
Yesterday afternoon, PennDOT and the Pennsylvania Turnpike announced that rest areas and welcome centers are being shut down. "All PennDOT rest areas and welcome centers statewide will...
As COVID-19 cases spread throughout the U.S., the nation's truck stops are responding with major policy changes.
Authorities in Texas have waived several key trucking regulations in hopes of speeding up deliveries within the state.
Shortly after issuing a nationwide Hours of Service regulation waiver for truckers hauling Coronavirus relief supplies, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) took a moment to thank the men and women of the trucking industry for coming to the aid of a nation in crisis.
Amid the crisis, truck drivers are working around the clock to keep grocery shelves and medical supplies stocked, and as consumers stock up and begin hoard products, truckers are working hard to...
A San Antonio police officer was injured early this morning after he reportedly crashed into a truck moments after looking at his laptop computer.
The Pilot Company recently opened a new Flying J truck stop in California.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is postponing a trucking safety summit that was scheduled for next week over worries about the spread of COVID-19/Coronavirus.
A Mississippi truck driver was recently honored by his company for hitting an impressive safety milestone.