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Wisconsin Nonprofit to Encourage Children to Consider Driving Careers
Driving is a privilege that comes with responsibilities. Teaching children that driving a tractor-trailer, fire truck or motor coach as a career is difficult to do when that opportunity may be a decade away. Jim Van Den Elzen, Crossroads Safety … Continue reading
Posted in Women in trucking Tagged commercial drivers, drug and alcohol, dump truck, Fire Truck, high school students, IRS, Management Group, mobile classroom, motor coach, Non Profit Organization, nonprofit status, president ceo, Safety Management, Teaching Children, tractor trailer, trailer fire, trucking association, trucking industry, Voie, women and men Leave a comment
Ray LaHood: ‘No Texting’ while Driving – Big Brother says Otherwise
New Yorkers will be the first to use a new alert system. They will be rapidly alerted to potentially dangerous situations – ranging from terrorist threats to impending hazardous weather – under a new text notification program. Mayor Bloomberg unveiled … Continue reading
Posted in trucking news Tagged big brother, cell phone users, commercial drivers, commercial trucks, dangerous situations, Electronic Devices, hazardous weather, mayor bloomberg, missing kids, notification program, Ray LaHood, safety threats, Secretary of Transportation, terrorist threats, text messaging, texting, Truck Drivers, trucking industry, tuesday morning, world trade center site 2 Comments
Where is the Outrage – Mexican Trucks are coming to a State Near you
I have written on this subject several times – but where is the outrage? Mexican trucks are coming to the U.S. very soon – quite likely before the end of the month. Calls, and or letters/faxes need to be sent … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking, trucking news Tagged bus drivers, commercial drivers, Electronic Device, Environmental Issues, federal motor carrier, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, FMCSA, idea, Mexican Trucks, motor, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, number, ooida, pilot program, Regulatory Regime, Roadways, safety and security, security, security concerns, Todd Spencer, transportation dot, Trucking, trucking industry, us trucks 2 Comments
If Mexican Trucks want to Operate in the US – Let them pay for their Own EOBRs
And the saga continues. First in 1995 the US and Mexico started a pilot program to allow Mexican trucks to travel throughout the US delivering loads brought in from Mexico. The US trucks were allowed to do the same in … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged American Safety, commercial drivers, driver fatigue, Electronic Device, federal motor carrier, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, FMCSA, Hours-of-Service, Mexican government, mexican truckers, Mexican Trucks, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, pilot program, slap in the face, time drivers, transportation dot, trucking companies, trucking industry, us trucks 1 Comment
NTSB Chairman Hersman to Speak at Second Annual ‘Salute to Women Behind the Wheel’
Presentation by Key U.S. Highway Safety Official Expected to Draw Industry’s Largest Gathering of Women Drivers at Mid-America Truck Show in Louisville, April 2, 2011. Deborah A.P. Hersman, Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), will honor America’s professional … Continue reading
Posted in Women in trucking Tagged commercial drivers, distinctive event, Driving Across The Country, First Woman, highway, highway safety, Independent Federal Agency, industry officials, mid america truck, mid america truck show, modes of transportation, national transportation safety, national transportation safety board, ntsb, ntsb chairman, Obama, Professional Accomplishments, Professional Women, safety official, Safety Recommendations, salute, Show, transportation accidents, transportation safety board, Women Leave a comment
FMCSA to Hold Public Listening Session on Hours-of-Service
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) today announced it will hold a public listening session. For its regulatory proposal that would revise hours-of-service (HOS) requirements for commercial truck drivers on February 17, 2011 in Arlington, … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Arlington Virginia, commercial drivers, commercial truck drivers, Crowne, Crystal Drive, David Miller, Dot Gov, driver fatigue, federal motor carrier, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Field Supervisor, FMCSA, Hours-of-Service, Listening, live webcast, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, Public Participation, regulatory proposal, Relevant Data, rest periods, truck, truck crashes, Washington, webcast Leave a comment
Truckers – Had Enough Yet
Had enough yet? Are you ready to stand up for your rights, come together as one voice? America is hurting and needs you to help save her. Are you up for the fight? Or are you just going to continue … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged advocacy groups, bicycle path, commercial drivers, dispatchers, electorate, HOS, job, parking, sheer numbers, truck, Trucking, trucking industry, voice america 4 Comments