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FMCSA Garners Assist in Court Fight over ELD Rule

The courtroom battle over the validity of the electronic logging device mandate has heated up. An amicus brief filed by two safety advocacy groups backs up FMCSA's defense of its ELD rule against a lawsuit brought by OOIDA that contends the rulemaking is seriously flawed.

This year's winner Julian Kaczor makes a few remarks after accepting his award. Photo: Deborah Lockridge

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Goodyear Seeks Highway Hero Nominees

Goodyear is accepting nominations for its 34th Highway Hero Award, honoring drivers who risked their own lives to help others while on the job.

 Photo courtesy A. Duie Pyle.

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Finding and Keeping Drivers in A. Duie Pyle's Dedicated Fleet Business

A. Duie Pyle's Customized Solutions Group aims to take the headaches of running a private fleet off of customers' hands. We talked to the head of CSG to learn more about how it deals with the driver shortage.

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FMCSA Defends ELD Rule Against OOIDA Court Challenge

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration forcefully defended its Electronic Logging Device rule in a court brief filed June 15. The filing was in response to a lawsuit brought against the mandate by the Owner Operator Independent Driverws Association.

Deborah Lockridge

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Commentary: Taking the First Step to Wellness

Fleets report they are losing drivers who can no longer re-certify to drive after health issues were uncovered under newer more stringent DOT physical procedures.

Photo by Michael Hicks via Wikimedia Commons.

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DriverFirst Aims to Design Internationals ‘Drivers Want to Drive’

International Truck says it has launched a company-wide initiative, DriverFirst, aimed at giving its customers an edge in attracting and retaining qualified drivers through vehicles designed from the driver’s perspective.

Jake Lindamood and his 1988 Peterbilt 379 took home the top honors at the 34th annual Shell Rotella SuperRigs competition. Photo: Shell Rotella

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SuperRigs Winner Takes Home $15K for Best in Show

Jake Lindamood and his 1988 Peterbilt 379 took home the top honors and $15,000 at the 34th annual Shell Rotella SuperRigs competition.

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New Award Recognizes Top Rookie Military Veteran Drivers

Nominees are being sought for an award recognizing a veteran, guard member or reservist who has made a successful transition from military service into truck driving.

The new Boardman, Ore., location. Photo: Love's Travel Stops

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Love’s Third Oregon Location Offers 95 Parking Spaces

Love’s Travel Stops has opened a new location in Boardman, Ore., the company’s third location to open in the state.

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OSHA Backs Driver Fired for Refusing to Violate Safety Regs

OSHA is ordering NFI Interactive Logistics to reinstate and pay upwards of $276,000 to a driver who was fired after refusing to violate hours of service regulations to complete a delivery.

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