Trucking Regulations

Senate considering National Carrier Hiring Standard

Legislation intended to protect freight brokers when hiring carriers is making its way through Washington.The… Read More

FMCSA wants your input on HOS regs

You never thought they'd ask. But the FMCSA has issued… Read More

First Post-ELD Roadcheck Coming June 5-7

International Roadcheck will hit North American highways June 5-7, and this year's focus will be on hours-of-service.… Read More

ELD Survey: 91% Compliance Achieved by Small Carriers

The vast majority of owner-operators are ready for the ELD mandate, according to a recent survey by DAT. Read More

ELDs Haven't Reduced the Number of Carriers — Yet

Leading up to the ELD mandate on Dec. 18, 2017, some industry observers had predicted a mass exodus of trucks from the… Read More

Detention in ELD-Land: Will Shippers Change Dock Practices?

What’s been done to reduce detention – at origin and destination – to free up driving time in ELD-land… Read More

ELD Mandate: How Has Your Business Been Affected?

After years of delays, changes, protests, and more delays, the ELD mandate is finally here. Read More

ELD Mandate: D-Day or Soft Landing?

The ELD Mandate is just… Read More

Seidl: Brokers Can Educate Shippers on ELD Mandate

Freight brokers can play an important role in educating shippers and receivers about the ELD mandate and how it will… Read More

Flexibility of Paper Logs Doesn't Transfer to ELDs

There is no such thing as a regulation that talks about logbook flexibility but every driver that has ever used paper… Read More

How Can Freight Brokers Avoid Driver Coercion?

The Driver Coercion… Read More

Brokers, Shippers, Receivers Must Avoid Driver Coercion

The Driver Coercion rule, which took effect in January 2016, prohibits coercing a driver to violate federal motor carrier… Read More