The advent of ELDs has put focus on another issue that has long vexed truckers – problems with the hours of service.
From ELDs to the EPA and a long-awaited infrastructure plan there is plenty happening in D.C.
Taking a DOT physical can be a nerve-wracking experience for any truck driver. But if you are prepared going in and you know what to expect, it can make it that much easier.
Insurance agents often use a lot of terms that can be more than a little confusing. We help define some of those terms.
After an incredibly brief government shutdown Thursday night, Congress acted and passed a budget that will fund the government into next year. So what does that mean to you?
Infrastructure – mainly meaning roads and bridges – was a big topic in the State of the Union Address. But what might result from the president’s words? We talk with a number of people to get their reaction.
A bill moving forward at the Utah statehouse would expand the state’s authority to collect tolls on highways around the state. And a major initiative at the Colorado statehouse to help get transportation work done has taken its first step toward possible passage.
Mark Reddig shares a past installment of The Semi Supper Club. This episode takes us down Interstate 94 to the Clearwater Travel Plaza between Minneapolis-St. Paul and St. Cloud, Minnesota.
The road rumors, as always, are flying, but this week’s particular rumors especially need some clearing up, and Jon Osburn is up to the task.
It’s been a long time since I first checked in with trucker Stephen Michaels, who will need no introduction if you’re familiar with BigRigSteve’s BigRigTravels.com website and Youtube channel, where he offers up a family-friendly live feed from his truck on its way around these United States, among other features.
Batteries have been part and parcel of trucks for a very long time. Now, a technology has come along that may offer a replacement – or even an upgrade.