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Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has supposedly marked new enactment that could build speed restrains on certain roadways, including expanding the utmost from 60 to 65 mph for business trucks. The bills, HBs 4423-2227, will permit as far as possible to...
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation on Aug. 16 issued the final draft of the next round of emissions and fuel economy standards for U.S. heavy-duty trucks, calling for a 25 percent reduction in certain greenhouse...
TORONTO, Ont. – Transport Canada announced Aug. 3 that it would be proposing to amend the hours of service (HOS) regulations to mandate the use of electronic logging devices (ELDs) by federally-regulated motor carriers and commercial vehicle drivers. The Canadian...
TORONTO, Ont. — The due date to finish an overview to help an investigation of truck stopping and rest regions in southern Ontario has been reached out until April 30, as examiners hope to secure more members. SPR Associates is gathering...
The U.S. Division of Transportation this week discharge a Federal Automated Vehicles Policy report, which plots the administration's administrative outline for directing self-ruling vehicles and framework arranging going ahead.    The arrangement is relied upon to be distributed in the Federal...
The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA), in a joint effort with Trucking HR Canada, is drawing in with trucking businesses the nation over in a planned push to recognize underpins for the business as it faces new difficulties coming about...
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,...
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...
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)...
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...



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