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GHG-14 Whatever
GHG-14 Whatever

December 20, 2012
After finishing a feature story for the January issue of Heavy Duty Trucking about the pending GHG14 rules, I'm more convinced than ever that this...

HOS, windmills, dropped balls and the DOT
HOS, windmills, dropped balls and the DOT

November 8, 2011
What do the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the Federal Aviation Administration have in common -- aside from coming under the purview of the...

Can EOBRs be hacked, or their data corrupted?
Can EOBRs be hacked, or their data corrupted?

October 2, 2011
One of the tenets of our legal system is the right to cross-examine your accuser. From trucking's perspective, this could mean proving the accuracy of a...

Driver delays: somebody has to pay
Driver delays: somebody has to pay

May 18, 2011
The American Trucking Associations released a statement Wednesday saying it would not support regulating driver detention times as proposed in HR 756, a...

And They Wonder Why We're Cynical
And They Wonder Why We're Cynical

December 27, 2010
For all the fretting and hand-wringing, and for the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on listening sessions and research and fact finding, what we got...

Stuck in Third Gear
Stuck in Third Gear

November 29, 2010
In the final days or maybe hours until FMCSA's latest hours of service proposal is revealed, I'm more than a little taken aback by comments I'm hearing from...

Fuel Economy Regs: What's the Point?

October 26, 2010
Just curious here: What is it the EPA and NHTSA believe they can accomplish by regulating fuel efficiency standards that the market isn't already doing, or...