Thursday, March 21, 2019
After 2018's electronic logging gadget order introduced another time of perceivability of long periods of-administration consistence, 2019 will be a period of progress in regards to the utilization and implementation of ELDs and potential changes to HOS guidelines, said...
The Alberta government has stretched out the due date to consent to the region's required passage level driver preparing (MELT) program to ranchers and homestead specialists in the horticulture business. Producing results March 1, any business driver hoping to acquire...
Isuzu Commercial Truck of America at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis Thursday announced plans for two new Class 5 gasoline engine models next year. The NQR Gas, with a target GVWR of 17,950 lbs., and the NRR Gas, with a...
Starter Class 8 truck requests totaled 16,700 units in February, denoting the second continuous month of curbed orders. Requests were up 5% contrasted with January yet down 58% year-over-year, FTR detailed. January and February were the most reduced two-month...
Uber Freight has made two prominent contracts this month as it keeps on scaling up its application and plans for a worldwide development. The organization has contracted Andrew Smith, one of Box's initial workers, to head up worldwide deals...
American Trucking Associations’ advanced seasonally adjusted (SA) for-hire truck tonnage index increased 2.3% in January after falling 1% in December. In January, the index equaled 117.3 (2015=100), up from 114.7 in December. “After monthly declines in both November and December,...
The California attorney general’s office has fired back at two trucking groups’ legal challenges to a state Supreme Court ruling that may make it impossible for trucking companies to use independent contractor drivers in the state. As we reported...
The Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) urged the Thunder Bay City Council last night to consider postponing a ratification vote to create a new truck route until a detailed and comprehensive analysis of safety data and traffic flow impacts can be made.
The California Labor Commissioner recently awarded nearly $6 million to 24 drivers who sued their carriers claiming they were misclassified as contractors.  The late-December judgments came against companies now owned by National Freight Industries (NFI). On Dec. 28,...
Volvo Group Venture Capital, a subsidiary of Volvo Group, has invested in a firm developing high power wireless charging of electric vehicles. Momentum Dynamics, based in Pennsylvania, is developing and commercializing high power inductive charging for the...

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