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5 Things Fleets Need to Know About the Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse
Two Truck Drivers Declared Imminent Hazards
FMCSA Chief: Autonomous Trucks Mean 'Real and Broad Impacts on People's Livelihoods'
ATA, OOIDA Square Off on Speed Limiters
3 Trucking Issues to Watch in Washington

3 Trucking Issues to Watch in Washington

As the Biden administration and the new Democrat-controlled Congress have rolled up their sleeves and gotten to work, there are a number of issues related to trucking that we may see action on this year.

February 17, 2021

4 Ways Washington May Change Trucking Laws and Regulations
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

Montana Carrier Declared Imminent Hazard for Rogue Operations

Montana Carrier Declared Imminent Hazard for Rogue Operations

A Montana-based small carrier has been declared an imminent hazard and ordered to stop operating after officials discovered safety regulation violations ranging from drivers without commercial licenses to operating without federal motor carrier operating authority.

February 10, 2021

Virginia Port to Evaluate Autonomous Trucks

Virginia Port to Evaluate Autonomous Trucks

The Virginia Port Authority has received a federal grant that will allow it to begin evaluating the potential benefits of autonomous truck use for intermodal port operations.

February 1, 2021

Biden Administration Names FMCSA Deputy Administrator
Court: Federal Hours of Service Supersede California Break Rules
Audit Finds Shortfalls in National Medical Examiner Registry

Audit Finds Shortfalls in National Medical Examiner Registry

The National Registry of Medical Examiners has been plagued with problems since its rollout in 2014, and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has done a poor job of oversight, according to a review by the Department of Transportation’s Office of Inspector General.

January 15, 2021

Split-Sleeper Pilot Program Would Study 6/4, 5/5 Splits
FMCSA Proposes New Vision Program

FMCSA Proposes New Vision Program

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration wants to eliminate its federal vision exemption waiver program and instead let medical professionals and motor carriers determine whether drivers with limited vision in one eye may drive commercial motor vehicles.

January 12, 2021

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