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When Professional Drivers look for a company to settle down with, they look for several factors such as compensation, health benefits, retirement plans and location.
Between Monday, June 26 and late August, the Michigan State Police will focus special enforcement efforts on commercial vehicles.
One of the richest men in America and the founder and CEO of Facebook hung out with truck drivers at the Iowa 80 truck stop Friday, June 23.
A Pennsylvania trucking company owner is facing hundreds of felony charges for failing to carry workers’ compensation insurance for a two year period.
After another kick in the head, this time in South Carolina and Georgia, a special Senatorial Election, another win for the deplorable’s and another embarrassment for a party that has lost its way.
As we roll full steam into 2017 there is a giant semi in the room (sorry, all out of elephants), specifically the prediction that the trucking industry will have a shortage of roughly 100,000 unfilled seats in the cab this year.
Like it or not, we now have a fourth branch of government, and we in part, are to blame for its rise and prominence.
During the campaign, the President pledged his intention on fixing the nation's failing infrastructure, and Trump seems to be making good on that promise.
This week, ATA President and CEO Chris Spear met with top officials at the Department of Health and Human Services and urged for a quick release of guidelines for hair testing as a federally accepted method of mandatory drug screening.
The U.S. Supreme Court today said it will not hear a lawsuit challenging the federal government’s rule mandating the use of electronic logging devices on most trucks, leaving in place the Dec. 18 deadline for their installation.
Speaking on the banks of the Ohio River in Cincinnati, Trump said he wants Congress to reduce federal spending on bridges, highways and other infrastructure projects, and instead offer some $200 billion in incentives to private companies he said will spend as much as $800 billion on projects in the next 10 years.
What was billed to be a high drama, high stakes hearing turned out to be about as exciting as Geraldo Riviera and Al Capone's Vault.
Celadon Group Inc. has announced that they will be increasing pay for their truck drivers in spite of the company’s current financial difficulties and shakeups in leadership positions.
Ever have to use one of those runaway truck lanes alongside a downhill stretch of highway?
Truckers won’t be the only ones to suffer if the government implements a proposed speed limiter mandate for heavy trucks and other large commercial vehicles.
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