Judge Terrence L. Michael of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma ruled July 15 that Arrow Trucking violated the federal WARN Act when it shut down its offices and discontinued operations without any notice ahead of time. Tha…
It may seem like a no-brainer that truckers prefer to make deliveries during off-peak hours in major cities. Officials in New York City and with the federal government are not only listening but also taking steps to make it happen more often.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has eased the insurance reporting burden on motor carriers with a recent regulation change.
The food is fast and cheap, and you know you’re in New Mexico when the chili comes with a choice of “green or red.” [ Photographs: Caroline Russock ] No, I haven’t discovered the long lost “green chile hot dog,” although I’m sure they would make you on…
Canada-based motor carriers that run in the U.S. will no longer have to buy an insurance policy from a U.S. insurance carrier, thanks to a rule change recently published by FMCSA.
Snowstorms that make travel in Delaware a hairy ordeal could soon result in hefty fines for truckers and other drivers braving the roadways.
Haldex Commercial Vehicle Systems will be closing its Iola, KS, plant and moving operations to Mexico during the second half of 2010.
The 2010 Gary King Memorial Award presented each year by Trucker Buddy International was presented to OOIDA Senior Member Henry R. Good.
The World’s Largest Truck Convoy to benefit Special Olympics raised more than $606,000 last year with 1,500 truckers participating in 29 convoys across the U.S. and Canada. The 2010 convoys take place on Aug. 7, Sept. 11, Sept. 18, Oct. 2 and in November.
Suzanne Stempinski makes her first trip to headquarters this week. She’s been our Land Line field editor for 10 years, and she and her husband Bob have been members since 1989. In today’s blog, Suzanne explains why in less than 60 seconds she was right…