Truckers comment against FMCSA’s speed limiter initiative, saying that it will spark road rage on the highways and do little to help with preventing accidents. The comment period opened on May, 4th and will continue to be open until June 3rd. The FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) is looking to revise its regulations and planning… Continue reading Truckers Comment on FMCSA’s Speed Limiter Initiative, Saying it Will Spark Road Rage
There is a saying in the trucking industry that says “If your wheels aren’t turning you ain’t earning”. Trucker employment numbers should be growing with the rise in demand, however, the declining landscape has employers concerned about the future of the industry. Washington is eliminating hiring barriers while some employers are ready to provide up… Continue reading Driver Availability Trends Continue to Fluctuate
This article aims to cover the essentials that everyone involved in the transportation of highway freight should know. We will cover Manufacturers, Terms, Regulations, Tire Ratings, Inspections, Tire Positions, and Wear Patterns.
The purpose of a roadside inspection on individual commercial motor vehicles and drivers is to determine if they are in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs) and/or Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMRs). In the event of serious violations, the inspection may result in the issuance of driver or vehicle OOS orders. These violations… Continue reading Roadside DOT Inspection Levels
Click here to schedule a walkthrough Did you know that your company is probably overspending to stay DOT compliant? If you own or work for a trucking company, you know that compliance is no joke. The list of things that need to be stored and monitored on a regular basis is quite daunting. To name… Continue reading DOT-Ready Streamlines DOT Compliance and Fleet Management