To some, it’s a vital and necessary step to improve safety and compliance in the trucking industry. To others, it’s an unnecessary regulatory burden that will drive up costs for little to no benefit.
In the transportation industry, there are few things worse than being idle. As the saying goes, there is no earning when the wheels aren’t turning. That’s especially true when it comes to truck drivers,
UPDATE: After being delayed for months, the Driver Training rule was put into effect June 6th. In the flurry of activity that surrounded President Trump’s first 100 days in office, an executive order was
Trucking is one of the largest industries in the United States, with more than 3.5 million active drivers and approximately 8.7 million people employed altogether. Despite the massive numbers, however, the trucking industry is
The trucking industry has an age problem. While much of the focus in recent years has been on autonomous trucking and other technologies that could threaten the long-term viability of the industry, a troubling
Trucking stands at a crossroads, as the ceaseless march of technology looks poised to significantly change the way one of the country’s largest and most important industries operates. As the industry changes and adapts
For people interested in starting a trucking business, things are more complicated than they seem. Many people who lease or run under other companies and want to move out on their own don’t realize
The trucking industry has often been referred to as the lifeblood of the American economy, and for good reason. Over 70 percent of all yearly freight in the United States – more than 9.2