Article credits to DC Velocity For the second time in nine years, the American Trucking Associations (ATA) has asked the Department of Transportation to establish a rule requiring electronic speed limiters on all large trucks to be set no higher than 65 miles per hour. ATA, which represents the nation’s largest trucking companies, first […]
Article credit to Dry Bulk Industry American Trucking Associations and nearly 40 other trade groups and businesses have sent a letter calling on Congress to pass a long-term transportation bill while opposing any move toward devolution. That’s the notion voiced by some in Congress that federal funding for transportation programs should be eliminated and that […]
The American Trucking Association has announced their agenda for 2015 which predictably lists HOS fixes and highway funding at the top of their priorities, but they also have one goal that’s a bit of a surprise. They want a lower minimum driver age, dropping the age to 18 years old. Currently, the federally mandated minimum […]
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