Matt Cole (CCJ)Matt Cole is the News Editor for CCJ and Overdrive. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.BusinessFMCSA changes CDL skills testing protocol, allowing third-party examiners to test studentsTo help lessen testing delays associated with obtaining a commercial driver's license, the FMCSA will soon allow third-party examiners to test students.December 17, 2020BusinessBiden chooses former mayor Buttigieg to lead DOTBiden has nominated former South Bend, Indiana Mayor, Pete Buttigieg to lead the Department of Transportation under the Biden administration. Details on CCJ.December 15, 2020BusinessTop 250 acquisition deal as Penske acquires 2,000-truck Black HorsePenske Logistics plans to acquire a large, Chicago-based carrier, while J.B. Hunt plans to acquire a smaller carrier that services the fitness industry.November 30, 2020BusinessInsurance costs jump into ATRI’s Top 10 industry issues as driver issues retain top spotsThe American Transportation Research Institute's annual industry Issues survey adds health insurance to the list for the first time since 2005. Details on CCJ.October 27, 2020BusinessThe other type of insurance: Fleets turn to alternative healthcare options to aid drivers, control costsIf you're looking to cut costs while maintaining competitive benefits, alternative healthcare options offer many advantages for fleets as well as truck drivers.October 9, 2020BusinessHow to direct your drivers through areas hot with protestsWhen truck drivers are unable to find alternate routes around areas of civil unrest, here are some tips that fleets can offer their drivers to keep them safe.September 23, 2020BusinessWhat causes — and prevents — truck crashes? Fleets answer FMCSA’s question: ‘What’s working?’From a one-truck independent owner-operator to the country’s largest fleets, panelists in FMCSA’s Truck Safety Summit on Wednesday relayed their best practices for warding off crashes.August 6, 2020BusinessFMCSA gives states more time to report violations; 63k Daimler trucks recalledFMCSA is giving states more time to report driver violations to their record and to the federal government due to delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Daimler Trucks North America is recalling more than 63,000 trucks.April 22, 2020BusinessCheap diesel likely to undercut freight in oil sector, further depress truck ordersCheaper diesel helps fleets on operating costs, but cheap oil prices could eat into already-sluggish freight in the oil sector and undercut truck orders.April 8, 2020BusinessDaily dispatch, April 3: FMCSA asks states to consider trucking exempt from shelter ordersVolvo announced a special finance program for certain models during the COVID-19 pandemic. FMCSA has issued guidance for truckers who live in areas with shelter-at-home orders and other travel restrictions. Tyson Foods is paying $500 to its truck drivers and other frontline employees.April 2, 2020Page 1 of 100Next PageTop StoriesIndicatorsAnalyst says "This is perhaps the strongest freight market ever for carriers."Freight volume, rates and capacity utilization all drove a record-setting month, despite poor fuel conditions.MaintenanceHow to make more informed asset purchase decisionsPreventable or NotTruckers crash on icy road to avoid moose. Preventable or not?Driver regulationsLegal or not, the DOT has thoughts on marijuana useEconomic trendsComponent drag on truck and trailer builds improving, "but not a lot"