Trucking faces the largest concentration of regulatory changes in its history beginning next year, economist Eric Starks said Wednesday.
Analysts see tighter capacity making 2013 a good year, but carriers aren’t so sure.
In Part 1 of this series examining how carriers can use technology to improve CSA scores, we look at the use of scheduling preventative maintenance.
Fleets ramp up technology investments to boost margins, driver relations, customer service.
TMW Systems acquired, primed for growth, Zonar debuts V3 telematics platform, looming EOBR rule prompts vendors to offer new mobile technology and other technological news ...
Cargo securement soon will be part of the Vehicle Maintenance BASIC. Be ready.
Fleet executives open the playbook at Qualcomm Vision conference, ALK releases PC Miler 26, Vigillo rolls out CSA Intervention Manager and other technological news items ...
Latest change to SMS could spell relief for flatbed haulers.
Marten Transport switches to computer-based training, CarrierWeb releases new in-cab terminals, PeopleNet adds, Wi-Fi, fuel theft detection and route compliance, low-cost EOBRs and more technological ...
FMCSA heads back to the drawing board for broader EOBR mandate.
Flatbed hauler uses CSA performance to modify driver behavior.
Typically in shipper contracts, we as a carrier are asked to provide a certificate of insurance for general liability and auto liability showing the shipper ...
Carriers, customers, law enforcement and safety groups at odds with fmcsa over hours-of-service final rule.
CSA touts improved Operation Safe Driver results, NPTC backs Unified Registration System, NBB backs EPA's renewable fuels requirement and more industry news items are featured.
Monitoring drivers' personal cell phones, ALK and International Telematics form partnership, Noregon updates J-Pro diagnostic system and more technological news items are featured.