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Fleets Talk ELDs, Specs, Self-Driving Trucks on FTR Equipment Panel

Fleets Talk ELDs, Specs, Self-Driving Trucks on FTR Equipment Panel

How fleets think about equipment, electronic logging devices and even the future of autonomous vehicles were in the spotlight Wednesday afternoon at the annual FTR Transportation Conference in Indianapolis, as three trucking fleet people spoke on a panel about the challenges they face in today’s uncertain trucking environment.

September 13, 2017

Household Movers Seek Exemption to 14-Hour Rule

Household Movers Seek Exemption to 14-Hour Rule

Household goods movers represented by the American Moving and Storage Association are asking the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for an exemption to one part of hours of service regulations.

September 8, 2014

NTSB: Trucker in Tracy Morgan Crash Was Speeding

NTSB: Trucker in Tracy Morgan Crash Was Speeding

The National Transportation Safety Board has released its preliminary report of its investigation into the June 7 truck crash that severely injured celebrity Tracy Morgan along with killing one person, showing the truck driver was traveling well beyond the posted speed limit.

June 19, 2014

Controversial Trucking Interest Group Founder Honored by Obama Administration
Judge Overrules FMCSA Shutdown Order of Illinois Trucking Company
NTSB Investigating FedEx Freight-Bus Crash That Killed 10
California AG Gives Thumbs Up on Driver Video Cameras
FMCSA Considers More Exemptions from Hearing Regulation

FMCSA Considers More Exemptions from Hearing Regulation

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will consider additional applications for exemptions from the federal hearing standard prohibiting deaf truck drivers from interstate operations. The first 40 such individuals to receive these exemptions were approved in February.

December 2, 2013

FMCSA Study Says PSP Program Lowering Crash and Driver OOS Numbers
California Considers Easing Some Emissions Rules
U.S. House Passes Sleep Apnea Legislation, Senate Bill Introduced
New Rules for Trip Permits in Oregon

New Rules for Trip Permits in Oregon

The Oregon Department of Transportation recently began limiting the number of temporary passes/trip permits a motor carrier can purchase in a 12-month period – a move that one association representative calls “a money grab” that will affect small-business motor carriers located outside the state.

September 11, 2013

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