Wednesday, February 19, 2020
With National Trucking Week around the corner (Sept. 2-8) it’s that time again for OTA member carriers to order Mark’s Work Wearhouse discount cards for their valued employees. The cards offer the card bearer a 10% discount on MWW...
Countless short-pull armadas will quit utilizing electronic logging devices if the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration makes proposed changes to the long periods of-administration (HOS) rule, as indicated by a review by EROAD. EROAD supplies armada the executives, ELD and...
Michigan State Police has begun a roadside drug testing pilot program in five counties, according to HDT. State troopers in five Michigan will participate in a year-long pilot program in which police can conduct roadside drug tests on suspected impaired...
OTTAWA, Ont. – During an unannounced brake safety day enforcement initiative, 79% of commercial vehicles did not have any critical item violations, while 21% were placed out-of-service for any kind of infraction. Commercial Vehicle Safety Enforcement (CVSA) conducted the one-day...
Canada's ambassador to the United States says predictions that NAFTA talks can be settled by the end of month are "aspirational" — even if American and Mexican officials are close to resolving their differences on complex auto sector issues. But...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wabash Canada Launches GoRight™ KITCHENER, ONTARIO, November 7, 2017 -- Wabash Canada, the Eastern Canada dealership for Wabash National’s semi-trailer solutions, is pleased to announce their GoRight brand identity for their innovative and growing fleet maintenance...
SALK LAKE CITY, Utah – Nikola Motor Company uncovered its new electric semi-truck, the Nikola One, Dec. 1 in Salt Lake City. With a completely electric drivetrain controlled by high-thickness lithium batteries, vitality for the Nikola One is provided in...
Canadian Trucking Alliance president Stephen Laskowski told media that all commercial semi truck drivers should be required to take mandatory training. Laskowski responded to the Saskatchewan government’s decision to grant farmers an exemption from mandatory entry level training. “Safety is...
September trailer orders, totaling more than 58,000 units, were up 52% from August and 135% year-over-year, according to ACT Research’s State of the Industry: US Trailer Report. “Following the strongest July and August net orders in industry history, September results were...
COLUMBUS, IN – In what is largely believed to be an anomaly, used Class 8 same dealer sales volumes jumped 43% m/m in October, following a 5% m/m loss in September, according to the latest release of the State...



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