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Survey Finds Truck Drivers Feel Less Appreciated

While Truckstop found that more than half of U.S. truck drivers feel their job is appreciated, the sentiment is down from last year’s high of 96% during the heigh of supply and transport challenges.

Teamsters, Universal Settle Labor Dispute

A southern California drayage company will have to make all its independent contractor drivers into union employees under a settlement of a longstanding labor dispute.

HDT Fact Book 2022: Driver Turnover Slows

Heavy Duty Trucking’s annual Fact Book provides a snapshot of the current state of the industry, where it’s been, and where it’s going. Here's what you should know about drivers.

California Truck Owner-Operators Slow Traffic, Protest AB5

Truckers serving the California port gateways of Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Oakland on July 13 began port-wide protests against Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), which is expected to virtually eliminate the use of owner-operators in trucking in the state.

Behind the News: A New Type of Engine?

Get insights behind the the top trucking news from April 2022 with HDT Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge, Managing Editor Vesna Brajkovic and Equipment Editor Jim Park on this episode of HDT Talks Trucking.

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