When you’re sitting on boards and committees, you’re able to learn from others’ wisdom. It’s been an incredible learning experience, just to see my peers’ business judgment. I think, certainly, when you’re involved in an association long term, it gives your business credibility. And you’re able to build relationships for years.
You've more than likely heard about the possible upcoming driver shortage. It turns out the trucking industry should be worried about another type of shortage. According to the National Institute…read more →
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has revised its guidance pertaining to automatic onboard recording devices (a form of e-log) to give drivers a chance to correct inaccurate information. Driving…read more →
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced Oct. 1 it has concluded the data collection phase of the Congressionally required study on 2013’s 34-hour restart rules. It has now begun…read more →
U.S. Rep. Richard Hanna (R-NY), a Congressional trucking advocate in recent years, sent a letter recently to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration stating his opposition to June’s proposed rule…read more →
Finalists Announced After Day One Completed at national TMC SuperTech 2015! FTA's Robert Gonzalez of Ryder System is in second place as a finalist for the national TMC SuperTech competition in…read more →
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