COLUMBIA, S.C. — Senators have approved a road-funding compromise that would eventually raise the state's gas tax by 12 cents but allow South Carolina drivers to get the money back.
SAN ANTONIO — The American Trucking Associations is now accepting nominations for prospective recipients of this year’s Mike Russell Trucking Image Award.
SAN FRANCISCO — Electronic logging device manufacturer KeepTruckin recently released data on inspections and violations that the company says drivers and carriers can use to their advantage.
Infrastructure Week May 15-19 will bring together businesses, elected officials and members of the public at the local, state and federal level to participate in a series of media events, projects, talks, initiatives and activities to shine the light on the nation’s need for an across-the-board infrastructure fix.
Continuing its downward spiral since the end of April, the national average for on-highway diesel prices dropped nearly 2 cents (1.8) Monday, ringing up at $2.565 a gallon compared with $2.583 last week, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported.
Seven members of Congress have signed a letter offering their support for a petition submitted to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration urging the agency to allow hair testing rather than a urinalysis to meet federal drug testing requirements for commercial truck driver applicants.