Trucking Regulations

Brake Inspection Blitz Happening This Week

This week, law enforcement across North America will be conducting brake inspections. Read More

New Trailers are Going to Cost You More

Got some trailers that need replacing? Prices for new ones are probably going to jump up soon. Read More

New Trailers are Going to Cost More

Got some trailers that need replacing? Prices for new ones are probably going to jump up soon. Phase 2 of the federal… Read More

End of MC Numbers Delayed, Again

Today the FMCSA announced that it will again delay implementation of its Unified Registration System (URS). Read More

New Overtime Rules "A Slap in the Face" to Freight Brokers

Employers have just six months to comply with new overtime rules from the U.S. Department of Labor. Read More

4 Ways the New Overtime Rule Hits Trucking Companies

Your payroll expenses might take a big hit this December. That’s when a new law will change how overtime pay works. Read More

Reader Poll: Have You Switched to Electronic Logbooks?

It's been a few months since the ELD mandate was made official. Read More

New Food Safety Rules Turn Brokers Into Shippers

The FDA has released its final rule governing the safe transportation of food. Read More

Are Work Conditions for Truckers a Crisis?

Long-haul trucking recently got some attention in the opinion pages of the emNew York Times/em. Read More

CSA Controversy Heats Up Again

Controversy over CSA scores heated up again when the FMCSA this week returned BASIC score absolute measures to public view. Read More

What is Driver Coercion?

January 2016 marked the starting date of a new regulation prohibiting the coercion of drivers. Read More

Without CSA, "We're Choosing Carriers Blindfolded"

Last month in our blog post CSA Scores Gone. Now What? Read More