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How Truck Automation May Change Roadside Inspections

How Truck Automation May Change Roadside Inspections

What will happen during a roadside inspection when a truck is highly or fully automated? And how might a truly “driverless” truck be inspected at an accident scene? HDT Talks Trucking turns to CVSA to find out.

January 3, 2021

FMCSA to Study Crimes against Minority Male and Female Truckers
FMCSA Prepping to Study Causes of Fatal Truck Crashes

FMCSA Prepping to Study Causes of Fatal Truck Crashes

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will launch a study of factors that contribute to highway crashes involving large trucks. Driving the study is concern over the rising number of fatalities incurred in truck crashes.

January 15, 2020

Volvo Selling UD Trucks Business to Isuzu

Volvo Selling UD Trucks Business to Isuzu

Another consolidation among global truck makers is in the works: Sweden’s Volvo Group is selling its Japan-based UD Trucks business to Isuzu Motors.

December 18, 2019

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

Hendrickson Unveils Next-Generation Heavy-Duty Rubber Suspension
Great Dane Rolls Out Smart Trailer System
Don’t Shortchange Training When Converting to ELDs
Industry Group Recommends How to Better Prevent Bridge Hits
FMCSA Wants to Delay State Compliance with Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse
Trucking Not Thrilled with Partial Delay of Driver Training Rule
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

Senate Bill Would Require Truck Speed Limiters Set at 65 MPH on All New Trucks
 FMCSA Proposes Streamlining Testing Process for New Truck Drivers