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FMCSA to Study Crimes against Minority Male and Female Truckers
Trucker Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse Already Showing ‘Encouraging Results’
FMCSA Delays Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse Compliance for States
No 'Soft Enforcement' for Dec. 17 ELD Deadline: CVSA

No 'Soft Enforcement' for Dec. 17 ELD Deadline: CVSA

Time is almost finally up: All motor carriers and truck drivers subject to the electronic logging device rule must use an electronic logging device starting on Dec. 17. Don't expect any "soft enforcement."

December 3, 2019

Entry-Level Driver Training Rule: To Be Continued?

Entry-Level Driver Training Rule: To Be Continued?

Word inside the Beltway indicates that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will delay implementation of its final rule on national minimum-training standards for entry-level drivers.

December 2, 2019

Senate Bill Aims to Bring More Women into Trucking
FMCSA Opens Registration for Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse

FMCSA Opens Registration for Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has opened registration for the new Commercial Driver’s License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse, which is aimed at preventing drivers from job-hopping to avoid the impact of failed drug tests.

October 1, 2019

Study: Major Split Between Truck Driver Urinalysis and Hair-Testing for Drugs
Driver Shortage or High Churn: A Problem by Either Name

Driver Shortage or High Churn: A Problem by Either Name

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.

September 11, 2019

FMCSA Wants to Delay State Compliance with Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse
Feds: No Need to Pay Truck Drivers for Off-Duty Time Spent in Sleeper Berth
ATA: Truck Driver Shortage Threatens Supply Chain
Trucking Not Thrilled with Partial Delay of Driver Training Rule
Truckers Wanted to Help Stop Pest Invasion

Truckers Wanted to Help Stop Pest Invasion

Truckers are being enlisted in a campaign to help stop the spread of a voracious invasive insect that authorities say is hitching rides on commercial vehicles.

June 27, 2019

 FMCSA Proposes Streamlining Testing Process for New Truck Drivers