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Biden Administration Withdraws Letter on Sleeper Berth Pay
FMCSA Extends COVID-19 Relief Exemption

FMCSA Extends COVID-19 Relief Exemption

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has extended the COVID-19 exception to hours of service regulations for certain pandemic-related loads to May 31.

February 16, 2021

Court: Federal Hours of Service Supersede California Break Rules
Split-Sleeper Pilot Program Would Study 6/4, 5/5 Splits
FMCSA Proposes 'Yard Move' Definition

FMCSA Proposes 'Yard Move' Definition

"Yard moves" can be logged as on duty not driving under trucker hours of service regulations – but just what constitutes a yard move? See how FMCSA proposed to define a yard move.

January 4, 2021

HDT's Top Articles of 2020

HDT's Top Articles of 2020

Heavy Duty Trucking's most popular articles of 2020, as determined by web analytics from Truckinginfo.com, run the gamut from hot current issues to evergreen how-to tips.

December 30, 2020

2020's Top Trucking News Stories

2020's Top Trucking News Stories

The most popular news stories on Truckinginfo.com for 2020 were, unsurprisingly, mostly related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

December 30, 2020

FMCSA Clarifies Ag Products That Qualify for Hours-of-Service Exemptions
FMCSA Pushes Ahead with Initatives on Younger Drivers, Autonomous Trucks, and More
New Hours of Service Rules Take Effect Sept. 29
FMCSA Denies Request for Longer Workdays for Autonomous-Truck Drivers
Safety Advocates, Teamsters Challenge Hours of Service Changes

Safety Advocates, Teamsters Challenge Hours of Service Changes

Less than two weeks before revised hours of service rules are set to take effect, they have been challenged in court by a coalition of safety advocacy groups that are often seen as anti-trucking, along with the Teamsters union.

September 17, 2020

What Happens When FMCSA Comes to Audit Your Driver Logs?
What You Need to Know About Hours of Service Changes

What You Need to Know About Hours of Service Changes

Insight and advice on hours-of-service changes going into effect at the end of the month from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's chief enforcement official, Joe DeLorenzo.

September 11, 2020

Pilot Program Would Test 3-Hour 'Pause' of Driving Clock

Pilot Program Would Test 3-Hour 'Pause' of Driving Clock

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is asking for public comment on a pilot program to study the one part of the hours-of-service proposal that didn’t make it into the final rule: allowing drivers to pause their on-duty driving period with one off-duty period up to three hours.

August 28, 2020