3rd Party CDL Testers Rule Withdrawn by the FMCSA
Back on July 9th, 2019, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration had proposed a drastic new rule around CDL test taking for new drivers. The idea behind the new rule would be to allow each state to give third party […]Read more
Potential $7,500 Tax Refund for Class A CDL Holders?
The reality of the driver shortage across the US has been highlighted over the past two years with Covid, lockdowns, and new supply chain challenges. The industry has seen trucking companies take drivers for granted the past several decades which […]Read more
Trump Looking to End Mandatory Rest Periods for Truckers
On December 27, 2011, the Hours of Service of Drivers Final Rule was published. Effective February 27, 2012, and with a compliance date of July 1, 2013. Drivers were given a 30-minute mandatory break with the intention of fighting drowsiness. […]Read more
Changes Coming To Driver Work Rules?
As technology and regulations have continued to change around electronic logging devices (ELDs). The new mandate for ELDs coming down to trucking operations are starting some conversations around truck drivers and their hours of service rules. There were a couple […]Read more