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PeopleNet adds ALK CoPilot to its Android-based devices

PeopleNet announced an upgrade to its CoPilot Truck mobile navigation software. It is now available on its Android mobile platform.
CSA is a ‘whim,’ ‘abandonment of duty’ by regulator, transport law expert says
Carrier alliance wants hair testing OK’d for DOT driver screen; bills introduced
XRS testing Navistar diagnostics platform

XRS testing Navistar diagnostics platform

XRS Corporation, a provider of mobile trucking intelligence, announced at the American Trucking Association (ATA) Management Conference and Exhibition that the company is real-time testing ...
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Infographic: What is the biggest highway safety threat?

Using data from the DOT, here's an infographic presenting highlights on fault in fatal truck-car crashes and the main causes.
Best of times? Regulatory changes offer both promise and peril

Omnitracs’ Norm Ellis shares key issues for compliance

In the midst of an ever-changing regulatory landscape, Norm Ellis, vice president of sales and marketing at Omnitracs, Inc., gives some insights about the current ...
PeopleNet ushers in new era with Precision Mobility Platform, enhances oil & gas offerings
Shave a few points off CSA score by contesting lights, generic speeding violations

Shave a few points off CSA score by contesting lights, generic speeding violations

The "inoperative lamp" is one of the most common violations written-up, but if the ticket is being written for a light that is not actually ...
Agency publishes hours exemption application for DOD, livestock haulers

Agency publishes hours exemption application for DOD, livestock haulers

The agency has published notices of exemption for certain Department of Defense contractors and livestock haulers.
FMCSA ends 30-minute break enforcement for short haulers
Risk & Reward: How CSA’s data shows discrimination toward small carriers
Hours-of-service rule upheld in court, save for breaks for short-haulers
House delays bill that could have undone hours rule