October 2012 News Archive

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In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has announced that trucks carrying emergency-related materials to affected regions are exempt from the federal hours-of-service regulation, according to Overdrive Magazine.

Old Dominion Freight Line is expanding its service into Canada with a relocation and expansion of the Detroit Service Center, according to Truck News.

Alaska Governor Sean Parnell recently visited natural gas company, Interior Alaska, and will help promote energy projects in the region.

The New Jersey Assembly is targeting trucking companies for improperly listing professional drivers who have completed CDL training as independent contractors.

The Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association recently announced the addition of the Heavy Duty Aftermarket Dialogue Conference, the newest component to the Heavy Duty Dialogue conference series.

The American Trucking Associations recently called on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to be more open in its evaluations of the CSA 2010 compliance program.

The American Trucking AssociationsÂ’ Board of Directors recently elected Michael Card, president of Combined Transport in Central Point, Oregon, as the agencyÂ’s new chairman.

Officials in Texas recently released information on the consequences of driving while intoxicated for the stateÂ’s commercial driver license holders.

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