Enjoy this collection of older model trucks, from the 1990's era. Cabovers, flat-tops, long hoods, Freightliners, Peterbilts, Kenworths and more. A trip down memory lane.
A federal jury on Thursday convicted the former president of the nation’s largest diesel fuel retailer of a plot to rip off truckers to boost both his own bottom line and that of his employer, Pilot Flying J.
No matter the size, managing a fleet of trucks and drivers can be burdensome. Keeping tabs on which truck and which driver is compliant can be difficult and easy to forget. The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association is now offering a new program to relieve a lot of that burden called Compliance Connection.
An appellate court in New Mexico has affirmed an enormous jury award for the family of a mother and daughter killed in a crash involving a FedEx driver. The $165 million award is the largest ever in New Mexico.
Raymond Martinez’s appointment as Administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration was confirmed by a Senate voice vote late on Feb. 13. His nomination had been reported favorably on Nov. 11 by the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation for consideration by the full Senate.
How bout a shout out to all of the truck drivers that stay well within the speed limit! I was very impressed. Moving radar. Stationary radar. Visual.
Countering a trend of increasing rigidness in regulations that subsequently are not improving the crash rates on the highways, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association filed a petition on Tuesday calling for a reform of the hours-of-service regulations.
Seguin police arrested a man they called a "career criminal" last week and said the man is linked to at least 40 big rig burglaries in Houston, San Antonio, Dallas and "everywhere in between."
Truck drivers passing through Minnesota who need of a safe place to pull off the road will be getting help from the Minnesota Department of Transportation, which last week began installing new technology that will let them know in real time if rest areas still have parking spaces available.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation this week will begin the construction of the first two trucks-only toll gantries in the state, which are expected to begin tolling approximately a month after they are installed.
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association said it plans to appeal a court’s decision to dismiss its lawsuit that alleged the FMCSA bypassed the rulemaking process in order to regulate obstructive sleep apnea.