The goal of the rule is to reduce fatigue-related crashes and ultimately save lives. Read more
The National Law Review explains that relaxing these laws is part of an effort to allow experimental testing of automated truck platooning. Read more
Cab guards’ woefully inadequate design – using weak aluminum instead of a stronger metal like steel – remains as it was prior to 2004. Read more
Truck drivers need rest for their own safety and that of the public, and guaranteeing them that rest saves lives. Read more
Hopefully the FMCSA will reconsider the final rule that was issued and put in a minimum number of hours. Read more
The expanded drug-testing requirements came weeks after the FMCSA issued its long-awaited final rule. Read more
The FMCSA used only one investigation intervention type before the CSA program, the on-site compliance review. Read more
The FMCSA recently proposed a set of national prerequisite training standards for entry-level commercial truck and bus operators. Read more
Each year there are as many as 800 roadway fatalities caused by overly fatigued truck and bus drivers. Read more
When one considers the implications of distracted driving caused by electronic devices among operators of tractor-trailers, the concerns become even more alarming. Read more
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