The federal government can add as many new trucking industry regulations to trucks as it wants, but those regulations still won't really address the root causes of truck crashes — unsafe behavior.
Holidays leave thousands of truckers stranded, away from family in lonely truck stops, contributing to the trucking industry’s driver turnover crisis.
Health issues, like the disproportionate percentage of long-haul drivers dealing with obesity, are chasing truck drivers out of the industry.
A new Harvard study finds obstructive sleep apnea a major cause of trucking industry crashes.
The FMCSA announced a 90-day window in which they will take comment from the public on problems created by sleep apnea among transportation workers.
New mandates for driver instruction are set to be implemented, while speed limiters, drug test reporting and other proposals have been slow to move forward.
Rear View Safety's MR688 Driver Fatigue Monitoring System both predicts and identifies drowsiness in drivers.