Trucking Regulations

Brokers, Shippers, Receivers Must 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

How Will Brokers Know if a Carrier is ELD Compliant?

With the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate just one month away (Dec. 18), freight brokers may be wondering how they… Read More

Why Would Truck Drivers Falsify Logs? It's the Meatloaf, Says Seidl

Why would a truck driver falsify time logs? According to industry consultant John Seidl of… Read More

How Freight Brokers Can Ease ELD Impact

<p>The start date of the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate is now just 3 months away. Read More

Trucks Without ELDs Won't Be Put Out of Service Until April

Although the ELD mandate will still begin on Dec. Read More

Trucking Regulations: What's In? What's Out?

It’s been a busy few months on the regulatory front. Read More

FMCSA Withdraws Sleep Apnea Proposal

This week the FMCSA withdrew an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking which could have dramatically increased the number of… Read More

ELD Exemption: Truck Year or Engine Year?

The FMCSA recently clarified that it's the age of the engine, not the age of the truck… Read More

2-Year ELD Delay Proposed in Congress

Truckers will have until 2019 to install electronic logging devices (ELD) if newly proposed legislation becomes law. Read More

CSA Scores To Remain Hidden for Now

This week the National Academy of Sciences released its long-awaited study of the FMCSA’s Compliance… Read More

FMCSA Drops Bid to Increase Carrier Insurance

This week the FMCSA announced that it has withdrawn its proposed rulemaking which could have called for an increase in… Read More