Sunday, February 17, 2019
SARNIA, ON- - A trucking organization situated in the close-by town of Arkona alongside a rancher from Wyoming, ON., confessed and were each fined $2,500 for damaging a common law that directs the transfer of deadstock. On June 9,...
Whether you concur with the sanctioning of weed or are against it, most would concur that for those in the transportation business, security supervisors should be on high ready when the substance winds up plainly lawful. Many organisations south...
Washington, D.C.-based transportation law and policy attorney Richard P. Schweitzer, PLLC, recently provided attendees at the National Private Truck Council’s annual conference a rundown of the status of several U.S. trucking regulations: As reported by Fleet Owner, they include: 34-hour Restart Schweitzer...
An Ontario Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court decision which ruled a professional commercial driver is partly liable for a collision caused by an intoxicated driver of another vehicle. The case serves as a warning to commercial operators...
If you deliver in the North-West part of the City of Toronto (Duke Heights BIA Area – see picture below), you are invited to join a new freight forum to connect with customers and shape the future of goods...
ARLINGTON, VA – The American Trucking Associations (ATA) is expressing gratitude toward pioneers of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee for the acquaintance of enactment with increment the proficiency and security of the trucking business by transitioning the...
The spokesgroup for the business that is regularly portrayed as the posterboy for the absence of administrative harmonization in Canada, says it respects the new Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) declared today in Toronto by the common and governments....
Truck speed limiters By law, most large trucks driven in Ontario and Quebec are required to use electronic speed limiters that cap their speed at 105 km/h. This applies to commercial motor vehicles that: were built after December 31, 1994 are...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has been investigating freight tank assembling, examination, and repair offices since January 2015. What's more, in view of what it has found, the office arrangements to increase its investigation. As Bulk Transporter magazine...
With the US's electronic logging gadget (ELD) order set to become effective this December, being readied, educated and consistence with hours-of-administration are what transporters ought to concentrate on now. This was the message from Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)...




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