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Virginia-based fleet ordered to pay $3 million after pushing tired drivers to run illegal routes

The statement went on to say Beam Trucking drivers were told to drive “routes that were so long that they barely got any sleep between trips for weeks at a ...

CCJ Innovators: Hirschbach’s health initiative pays dividends

Professional drivers face many forms of stress on the job – long hours sitting behind the wheel, traffic congestion, inclement weather, angry and inattentive motorists and long detention times. When ...

FMCSA shuts down Kentucky-licensed trucker after drug OD led to crash

According to FMCSA, Kinmon was driving west on I-74 when his truck slowed down to a stop and began rolling backwards. The truck rolled into adjacent travel lanes, jackknifed and ...

ATA looking to block implementation of Rhode Island’s trucks-only toll plan

ATA President and CEO Chris Spear said the group “will exhaust every legislative, regulatory and legal avenue to defeat the implementation of the tolling portion of RhodeWorks and prevent this ...

Meritor announces investment in electric vehicle tech company

With its investment in TransPower, Meritor expects to accelerate introduction of its flexible electric axle platform for various drivetrain configurations, including full electric, hybrid, single or tandem axles.

Mack Trucks names new president

Martin Weissburg has been named President of Mack Trucks, succeeding Dennis Slagle.

Small fleet, two drivers effectively shut down after numerous safety violations

Tumwater, Wash.-based Even Flo Logistics and its driver Shawn Roberts were shut down following an August compliance investigation that revealed repeated safety violations. California-licensed trucker Dharm Lingam was also effectively ...

Driver turnover rate climbed again in third quarter as economy, freight heat up

Economic growth, rising freight demand and “fierce competition” among fleets for drivers has fueled the climbing turnover rate throughout the year, says ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello.

Senators back provision for one-year ELD mandate waiver for livestock haulers

The Senators say the move would give FMCSA “time to make necessary adjustments to hours of service rules to address animal welfare concerns” that livestock haulers say are presented by ...

ELD compliance among smaller fleets sees uptick as mandate looms

Of carriers operating between five and 100 trucks, 75 percent reported use of ELDs. That’s also up from the 40 percent reported for carriers running between 1 and 100 trucks ...

Werner-partnered trucking schools recognized for being military-friendly

Werner Enterprises' partner truck driving schools, AIT Truck Driver Training and Roadmaster Drivers School, have been named 2018 Military Friendly Schools by G.I. Jobs.

Indicators: Capacity and rates drub shippers; use of 3PLs up

Market conditions for shippers continue to sink, favoring carriers in rate negotiations. Also, a recent survey of 10,000 shippers reveals an uptick in the use of third-party logistics providers.

Mercedes-Benz Vans takes aim at urban delivery’s future with newly designed Sprinter

Mercedes-Benz Vans on Monday offered a preview of its next-generation Sprinter van, a highly versatile vehicle that the company says is positioned to take on emerging challenges posed for transportation ...

Daseke crosses $1B revenue mark with acquisition of three fleets

The three new companies now operating under the Daseke flag are Tennessee Steel Haulers & Co., The Roadmaster Group and Moore Freight Service.