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ATRI Defines eCommerce’s Impacts on the Trucking Industry

On February 5, 2019, the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) released data that analyzes the effects that emerging eCommerce trends are... Read More

FCT-CFT, a New Group With A Great Plan

Small business owner operator truckers and drivers have long complained they have no voice.  Over the years various associations have formed, and... Read More

Class 8 Orders Fall Sharply

According to ACT Research the North American trucking industry ordered 15,800 Class 8 trucks in January, down 26% from December and 68% off last Janua... Read More

FMCSA Has Sufficient Data to Cancel Pilot Program

Instead of conducting a costly pilot program to investigate the safety of drivers who split their sleeper berth time, the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier... Read More

Linamar Donates $5,000,000

Linamar Corporation along with the Hasenfratz, Newton and Stoddart families made history with a record-breaking donation to health care.The group has... Read More

Diesel Fuel Price Steadies

The U.S. average price for a gallon of diesel as reported by the federal Energy Information Administration fuel remained virtually the same as reporte... Read More

Virginia Abandons Tolls on I-81

According to a report from WSET on January 31, the Virginia Senate Finance Committee rejected the plan to fund infrastructure improvements on I-81 by... Read More

Humboldt Driver To Be Sentenced 22 Mar.

Sentencing for Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, the truck driver involved in the Humboldt collision will be March 22 after the Crown and defence have issued thei... Read More

ELDs are Allowing Carriers and Shippers to Collaborate

ELDs have caused quite a bit of controversy this past year; however, experts are saying that the mandate has shined a light on HOS and detention causi... Read More

Speed Limiter On The Table in U.S.

A safety coalition led by Road Safe America and the Truck Safety Coalition is trying to convince lawmakers to pass legislation that requires all heavy... Read More