Tuesday, January 16, 2018
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Frequently Asked Questions We get a lot of questions from readers so this month we thought we’d tackle some of the most common.

Be proactive: CSA 2010 here whether we like it or not

Be proactive: CSA 2010 here whether we like it or not

Any program you use to help you comply with CSA 2010 should contain a CSA 2010 Scorecard which shows where the carrier stands, percentage wise, in regard to the seven basic categories.

Much more than sleep apnea making drivers fatigued, trucker says

Much more than sleep apnea making drivers fatigued, trucker says

Regarding the proposed FMCSA regulations as they relate to sleep apnea; is it me, or do the so-called medical experts not realize that sleep related issues are and will always continue to be one of the many risks associated with long-haul trucking?

Bill Mack’s Entertainment Beat: ‘Little’ Jimmy Dickens

Bill Mack’s Entertainment Beat: ‘Little’ Jimmy Dickens

I would like to spotlight an old friend who has been on the world famous "Grand Ole Opry" for over 60 years. "Little" Jimmy Dickens joined the grand old show in 1948 and continues to shine, when Saturdays roll around. Jimmy, known to his many friends and peers as "Tater," is an icon.

Eye on Trucking: Mexico truck program solution ‘very near’

Eye on Trucking: Mexico truck program solution ‘very near’

It’s been over two months since Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood told a Senate hearing that a solution to the Mexico truck program issue was “very near.”

Lighter Load: Lots of issues but Senate hearing a lot of whine with no cheese

Lighter Load: Lots of issues but Senate hearing a lot of whine with no cheese

On April 28 I watched the webcast of a Senate hearing regarding the oversight of motor carrier safety efforts.

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