The Environmental Protection Agency announced Thursday that it was revisiting provisions in its GHG Phase 2 rule for medium- and heavy-duty trucks.
Electronic logging device companies are expecting a sales surge at year-end as a federal mandate requiring truckers to use the digital equipment takes effect Dec. 18.
With just five months until truckers must use electronic logging devices to track their driving time, it’s not clear how the program will be enforced.
A Republican congressman from California introduced a bill Tuesday to repeal a 12 percent federal excise tax on heavy trucks originally designed to help pay the cost of fighting World War I a century ago.
The Supreme Court rejected a last-ditch bid my a major truck driver association to overturn a federal mandate on electronic logging devices that track how many hours truckers drive.
The lawsuit against General Motors hinges on three graphs that allegedly prove the automaker used defeat devices to intentionally deceive federal regulators.
Following multiple delays, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will proceed with its final rule that establishes minimum training rules for new truck drivers.
In a last-ditch effort to overturn a federal mandate on electronic logging devices, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association has taken its fight to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Several California trucking companies and a conservative think tank are petitioning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider its greenhouse gas endangerment finding.