The driver shortage, while not a new problem, requires new approaches to resolve.
Trucking fleets that conduct only yearly reviews of driver records may miss signs of risky driver behavior that ultimately could put lives in jeopardy.
Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse penalties of up to $5,833 issued by FMCSA are more than double what had been used as guidance over the past two years
In today’s edition of The Daily Dash, could an influx of capacity drive down spot rates? Plus, ArcBest President Tim Thorne is retiring, and federal regulators consider nixing a vision exemption for CDL holders.
In today’s edition of The Daily Dash, FMCSA will ease restrictions for obtaining a CDL. Plus, Schneider is boosting driver pay again and Navistar reports lower truck sales and earnings.
In today’s edition of The Daily Dash, volumes and rates take a step back; complete coverage of FreightWaves’ Cold Chain Summit; and CDL fraud.
Peterbilt is offering a discount on the first year of a six-year lease for its Model 220EV medium-duty electric truck, hoping to entice non-commercially licensed drivers to try battery power instead of diesel.
Now is a good time for carriers that boosted their balance sheets with PPP loans to leverage that by investing in technology.
Commercial Vehicle Training Association’s Don Lefeve and Roadmaster Drivers School’s Brad Ball discuss the state of CDL training at FreightWaves Carrier Summit.