Commercial carriers have the responsibility to make sure their drivers are medically qualified. Read more
The expanded drug-testing requirements came weeks after the FMCSA issued its long-awaited final rule. Read more
There was an alarming increase in traffic deaths on U.S. highways last year. Read more
We were proud to take part in the National Night Out event held in Prattville, Ala. on August 4. It was a very hot evening but our crew helped the Prattville Police Department, including Off... Read more
Drivers of large trucks are 10 times more likely to be the cause of a car crash than any other factor, including weather, road conditions, or vehicle performance, according to the U.S. Depar... Read more
A fiery oil train derailment in West Virginia last month exposes lax safety standards and strengthens the case for tougher U.S. rules governing such shipments, according to safety advocates.... Read more
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is about to mandate the use of speed limiters – also known as Electronic Control Modules (ECM) – on certain trucks traveling on U.S. highways. This new... Read more
The Alabama Department of Transportation (DOT) compiles data each year on road collisions and crashes in the State of Alabama. This information is compiled mostly from Alabama Uniform Crash... Read more
The Obama administration has asked Congress to raise the maximum fines for automotive recalls to $300 million from the current maximum of $35 million. This is part of a four-year transportat... Read more
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has proposed fining three oil companies a combined $93,000 for allegedly misidentifying Bakken Shale crude oil slated for rail transport. This com... Read more
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