WASHINGTON — Total collections of federal excise taxes for the Highway Trust Fund flattened in the first 10 months of the latest fiscal year, the Treasury Department has reported, even as traffic volume on U.S. roads continues to climb to ever-higher record levels.
ARLINGTON, Va. –The week-long celebration of the trucking industry’s 3.5 million professional truck drivers began Sunday with the start of National Truck Driver Appreciation Week.
RIVERSIDE, Mo. – To keep a truck operating at peak performance requires constant monitoring and maintenance. There are so many many parts, so many systems, and they all need constant care. Randomly pick any long-haul truck on the road and you’re apt to find only one component showing obvious signs of long-term neglect and improper maintenance – the driver.
ELYRIA, Ohio — Trucking is motion. Roadways, regulations, and commercial vehicle technologies are always changing, evolving, and advancing. During National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, the industry spotlights one of the constants in the landscape: the men and women behind the wheel who put their dedication to safety and professionalism to work every day, every minute, and every mile.
WASHINGTON — The House late Wednesday defeated an amendment that if successful, would have delayed implementation of the electronic logging device mandate.
EAGAN, Minn. — The Dart Network, ATBS and Drivers Legal Plan are launching an education initiative and a website dedicated to preparing over-the-road professional drivers for the upcoming transition to electronic logging devices (ELDs). Through ELDLunchAndLearn.com, Dart, ATBS and Drivers Legal Plan have constructed a web-based platform featuring a variety of valuable resources focused on providing information that will allow professional drivers to prepare ahead of the December deadline for the federally-mandated implementation of ELDs.