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On Monday, a mammoth tornado spanning 1.3 miles wide cut a path through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore. In the end, 24 people were killed, nine of them children. And now, as the work of picking up the pieces … Continue readingApril 15, 2013
In June of 2012, the U.S. Congress adopted the MAP-21 bill. Among other things, the bill requires the use of an electronic logging device to track hours of service for all carriers that are required to file a record of … Continue readingJanuary 7, 2013
A fight over transmission room on the airwaves for mobile devices is brewing. If trucking operations want to avoid being left high-and-dry as wireless bandwidth demand skyrockets, they’d better pay attention. Lets take a look at the looming situation, why … Continue readingDecember 17, 2012
EOBRs and the proposed mandate are at the center of a heated debate. OOIDA has argued that the devices are used to harass safe, hardworking truck drivers and are an invasion of privacy. On the flip side, the ATA has … Continue readingNovember 20, 2012
Note: On December 1, 2012, the following changes to the CSA regulations went into effect. December is just around the corner, and with it come some fairly sizeable CSA changes. Are you up-to-speed? Let’s take a look at what you … Continue reading