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FMCSA Will Permanently Ban Drivers for Human Trafficking Offenses
Speed-Limiter Bill Garners Support of Trucking Groups

Speed-Limiter Bill Garners Support of Trucking Groups

Solid support is growing from trucking lobbies in favor of a new bipartisan Senate bill that would require all new Class 7 and Class 8 trucks to be equipped with speed-limiting devices set to a maximum speed of 65 mph.

July 10, 2019

Lawmakers Seek to Expand Hours-of-Service Exemptions for Agricultural Commodities
Q&A: Talking ELDs with FMCSA's Top Compliance Expert

Q&A: Talking ELDs with FMCSA's Top Compliance Expert

We spoke with Joe DeLorenzo, director of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance, to get an update on how the changeover from AOBRDs to ELDs is going.

July 1, 2019

Senate Bill Would Require Truck Speed Limiters Set at 65 MPH on All New Trucks
 FMCSA Proposes Streamlining Testing Process for New Truck Drivers
Trucking Groups Seek FMCSA Rulemaking on Crash-Preventability Data
FMCSA Accepting Applications for Younger Driver Pilot Program
Trimble Integration Adds Carrier Compliance Information to TMW.Suite
DOT Aims to Lower Barriers to Autonomous Tech for Trucks and Cars
Final Rollout of ELD Rule Means It’s Decision-Making Time for Truck Fleets
FMCSA Looking at Wider Pilot to Study Allowing Younger Interstate Truck Drivers
Commentary: Drug Testing Clearinghouse – It's About Time

Commentary: Drug Testing Clearinghouse – It's About Time

A drug testing clearinghouse that prevents drivers who test positive for drugs from simply moving to a different fleet looks to be coming in 2020. And it's none too soon for a problem that seems to be getting worse, says Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge.

May 10, 2019

California Meal and Rest Break Suit Dismissed on Basis of FMCSA Preemption Stance
FMCSA Sets June Date to Publish its Proposed Hours-of-Service Changes