Trucking Laws and Legislation

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Transportation professionals who wish to rise up in their industry may benefit from compliance training for truck drivers.

Since CSA 2010 was implemented, many members of the transportation industry have been searching for ways to ensure that they are complying with these and other forthcoming regulations.

In the wake of the passage of CSA 2010, some truck drivers may have questions or concerns about new regulations.

A new agreement has been reached between the U.S. and Mexican governments concerning a dispute over cargo transportation between the two countries.

Recent legislative moves in Virginia have allocated funds to improve transportation initiatives throughout the state, ABC affiliate WHSV reports.

n recent months, the Department of Transportation (DOT) has placed an increased emphasis on truck driving safety.

Many commercial truck operators feel pressure to pack and deliver their loads efficiently.

Over the past few years, drivers have been urged to avoid talking on their cell phones or texting when they are operating a vehicle.

Last week, the Department of Transportation (DOT) rolled out a series of new proposals that are intended to ensure the safety of truck drivers, who typically work long hours.

In an effort to ensure that truck drivers are not pushing their physical limits, the Obama administration has proposed a series of new regulations that would change work restrictions for these professionals.

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