Sunday, February 18, 2018
The Nation
OOIDA letter slams President Trump for not killing ELD mandate

OOIDA letter slams President Trump for not killing ELD mandate

GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. — In a letter to President Donald J. Trump, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association says the president should meet “real” truckers.

Old Dominion wants time from FMCSA to get its AOBRDs in line with ELD mandate

Old Dominion wants time from FMCSA to get its AOBRDs in line with ELD mandate

WASHINGTON — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration may well be caught between a rock and a hard spot.

OIG report says excessive detention time expensive and unsafe

OIG report says excessive detention time expensive and unsafe

WASHINGTON — Excessive detention time is expensive and unsafe.

25 lawmakers send letter to FMCSA supporting OOIDA’s request for ELD exemption

25 lawmakers send letter to FMCSA supporting OOIDA’s request for ELD exemption

Just in time for the Super Bowl, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) is doing an end-run around the ELD mandate and making good on their 2017 promise to continue to fight ELDs post-mandate.

ATA brings awareness of human trafficking problem to Capitol Hill

ATA brings awareness of human trafficking problem to Capitol Hill

ARLINGTON, Virginia – The American Trucking Associations and America’s Road Team are joining Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) on Capitol Hill in February to continue bringing awareness to the issue, specifically emphasizing efforts to reduce demand.

Trucking Alliance, auto safety advocates team up to slam OOIDA ELD exemption request

Trucking Alliance, auto safety advocates team up to slam OOIDA ELD exemption request

WASHINGTON — In joint comments submitted Thursday to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety (Advocates) and the Alliance for Driver Safety & Security (Trucking Alliance) warned that an exemption request filed by the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association would gut the long-settled electronic logging device rule by allowing nearly all trucking companies to delay compliance.

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