Rural states top the latest list of riskiest states for truck accident fatalities.
Federal regulators have amended their rules to make it easier to install driver-assist technology in trucks.
Congress approves provisions allowing under-21 truck drivers – as well as guidance on truck brokers and freight dispatchers – in a five-year highway bill that is part of a larger $1.2 trillion infrastructure package.
The U.S. Senate votes to advance a major infrastructure package that includes new regulations for trucks.
Lawmakers controlling the purse strings in Congress urge FMCSA and NHTSA to take action on their safety directives in 2022.
Level setting the descriptions of autonomous vehicles gets simpler as industry coalesces around two main identifiers.
Bipartisan legislation would limit truck speeds to no more than 70 mph.