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Trucking Alliance Pushes for Hair-Testing Exemption

Why should motor carriers be allowed to report drivers to the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse for overhearing a conversation about drug-use under "actual knowledge," but not be able to report hair-testing? The Trucking Alliance wants to know.

FMCSA Considering Changes to ELD Rules

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is asking for comments on how to improve its mandatory electronic logging device regulations, which potentially could result in the first substantial changes to the ELD rules since their implementation.

Personal Conveyance: Is It Worth It?

FMCSA’s guidance leaves the concept of personal conveyance open to interpretation, and that frequently leads motor carriers to trouble. Is PC worth it?

BP Refinery Shutdown Leads to Emergency HOS Exemption

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued a temporary hours-of-service exemption for the transport of fuel and petroleum products to certain states following the unexpected shutdown of a BP refinery.

FMCSA Looks into TuSimple Accident

Was an incident where a TuSimple truck made contact with a concrete medium divider simply a human error, or something that speaks to a potential larger issue with autonomous technology?

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