The U.S. DOT plans to launch a pilot program that would allow 18-20 year olds who have the military equivalent of a commercial driver’s license to operate large trucks in interstate commerce. The results could play a vital role in lowering the age of eligibility for some truck drivers.
A California Supreme Court decision has made it much tougher for trucking companies to use owner-operators in the state, some groups say it will effectively end the practice. Commentary by Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge.
The Truck Parking Information Management Systems project is the first real attempt at a comprehensive system to help truck drivers find available nearby parking.
Central Oregon Truck Company has announced a new pay structure for drivers that guarantees a minimum number of miles per week with a minimum salary.
While driver satisfaction can be attributed to many factors, including technology that reduces paperwork and increase productive time spent on the road, pet companions provide benefits to their owners, including increased exercise, improved mood, lowered blood pressure and more.