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ATA Responds to Fallacious Claims About Safety in the Trucking Industry
American Trucking Associations (ATA) President Bill Graves issued the following statement responding to fallacious claims about the safety of the trucking industry: “For years we’ve seen a number of organizations proselytize about the dangers posed by the trucking industry. These … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged American Trucking Associations, Bill Graves, concerned citizens, Crash Rates, Economic Recovery, fatality, Grief, highway safety, highways, hostage, Hours-of-Service, injury crashes, Point Safety, President Bill, Railroad Industry, safety agenda, safety groups, shippers, trucking industry, trucking safety Leave a comment
Bipartisan Group Calls For Abandonment of proposed HOS Changes
A bipartisan group of Congressmen and Senators have called on the Obama administration to abandon its hours-of-service proposal and retain the current, effective safety rules. Well, finally seems a few in Washington are waking up. “The rules currently in place … Continue reading
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