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California Blames Broken Printer for Backlog Issuing MCPs

Truckers in California claim they’ve waited for their Motor Carrier Permits (MCP) for so long, they feel forced to choose between operating ille... Read More

It’s Not Wise To Deduct Taxes Then Spend It

The owner of Pennsylvania-based trucking company, Michael Gerstenberg, of A.E. Logistics, is facing multiple federal fraud and tax evasion charges aft... Read More

ATRI Launches online Survey

The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) has launched an online survey as part of its 2019 top priority research topic, to standardize tr... Read More

Challenger Motor Freight

Sixty-three of the best workplaces in Canada’s trucking and logistics industry have earned honours through the 6th annual Top Fleet Employers pr... Read More

43 Years, 6 Million Miles, Time to Hang Up The Keys

A UPS truck driver from Atlanta, Jimmy Howard, is retiring after 43 years and 6 million accident-free miles.Howard started driving for UPS at the age... Read More

U.S. Diesel Prices Rise

The average price for a gallon of diesel fuel across the U.S. rose 1.5 cents from a week ago, according to the federal Energy Information Administrati... Read More

Mack Owners Asked to Compete For Calendar Spot

For the fourth straight year, Mack truck owners are invited to compete for the six spots in the 2020 Mack calendar to be chosen by Mack Trucks’... Read More

Ohio Raises Fuel Tax on Diesel

Ohio, House lawmakers voted 70-27 to approve the budget that includes increases to the state’s 28-cent fuel tax rate. The Senate followed suit o... Read More

SunPass Suspends Fees and Penalties until Jun

On March 29, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the suspension of fees and penalties for toll customers will be extended until June.The governor orde... Read More

Carbon Tax Protest Convoy in Regina Today

The Regina Rally Against the Carbon Tax aims to raise support in the fight against the federal government’s imposed carbon tax in Saskatchewan b... Read More