EPA Administrator To Pressure Clinton To Keep Cleaner Diesel Plan Alive
Trucker Recognized For 5 Million Mile Accident Free Career
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sept. 18 signed Assembly Bill 5 into law, a measure that trucking interests in the state say will wipe out the ability to use owner-operators.
According to the Trucking Alliance, results of a university study indicated “a major discrepancy between the number of drivers who failed a urinalysis drug screen and those who failed a hair test."
Starting January 2020, fleets that employ commercially licensed drivers will be required to use the FMCSA's new Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse. What will be required and when? How much will it cost? HDT answers these and other questions.
A government official expert at analyzing labor trends contends that trucking is not experiencing a driver shortage, rather she sees the problem as one of painful turnover in one segment of the industry.
California’s governor is expected to sign a new law that critics say would make it difficult, if not impossible, for trucking companies in the state to use independent contractor owner-operator truck drivers.
Three truck drivers who were arrested for hauling industrial grade hemp through Idaho are likely to take a plea deal that would have them serving no jail time.
A recent study found a higher rate of drug use by prospective drivers than was previously believed to be the case. Part three of HDT's Trucking Under the Influence series on drugs and the trucking industry.
EKA Solutions is offering part of its "freight ecosystem" to carriers that use owner-operators, to help them maintain the independent contractor relationship.
A new J.D. Power survey finds car buyer demand for semi-autonomous safety technology is threatened by overbearing alerts that are causing many to disable their systems, increasing the risk of a collision.
Love’s Travel Stops is celebrating National Dog Day - Aug. 26 - this year by announcing the addition of more dog parks to its travel stop locations.