Thursday, January 18, 2018
The Nation
Nearly half of respondents to HELP Inc. survey say they are yet to buy ELDs

Nearly half of respondents to HELP Inc. survey say they are yet to buy ELDs

PHOENIX – With the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration mandate requiring most commercial trucks to use electronic logging devices to record driver work time less than a week away, there is no question that many drivers/owner-operators and fleets will not meet the deadline.

FMCSA places Washington state carrier, driver, OOS for repeated multiple safety violations

FMCSA places Washington state carrier, driver, OOS for repeated multiple safety violations

WASHINGTON — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has ordered a Tumwater, Washington-based trucking company, Even Flo Logistics, to immediately cease all interstate and intrastate operations after investigators found the company to pose an imminent hazard to public safety.

Coalition for small trucking companies mounts nationwide ELD protests

Coalition for small trucking companies mounts nationwide ELD protests

With little time to go and few options left before the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration’s electronic logging device (ELD) mandate goes into effect, truck drivers opposed to the mandate took to the streets – and to truck stops – across the country Monday to bring greater attention to the mandate and to their arguments against it.

Trucking journalist veteran Avery Vise named VP, trucking research, at FTR

Trucking journalist veteran Avery Vise named VP, trucking research, at FTR

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Veteran trucking journalist Avery Vise has joined FTR as vice president, trucking research.

Haslam not charged but looms large in Pilot fraud trial

Haslam not charged but looms large in Pilot fraud trial

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — While Jimmy Haslam is not charged with any wrongdoing in a fraud scheme at his family's truck stop chain, the Cleveland Browns owner has loomed large in the federal trial of former executives and sales representatives.

Testimony: Feds targeted Jimmy Haslam in phone call

Testimony: Feds targeted Jimmy Haslam in phone call

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Federal agents used a Pilot Flying J employee to try to get Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam to make incriminating comments on the telephone, but court testimony suggests Haslam was aware the employee was making the call at their behest.

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