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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
Members of Congress tell DOT to Abolish Cross Border Program with Mexico
Barack Hussein Obama opens border, defies unions, and ignores Congress on the controversial cross-border issue with Mexico. U.S. and Mexican trucks were previously authorized to cross their shared border under the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, but the U.S. … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged barack hussein obama, border, border program, bruno ferrari, celadon group inc, Chief Executive Officer, Congress, daniel lipinski, Duncan Hunter, economy, Economy Minister, environmental standards, Free Trade Agreement, members of congress, mexican economy, Mexican Trucks, North American Free Trade Agreement, pilot program, Ray LaHood, Secretary, Secretary of Transportation, steve russell, truck, trucking industry, united states secretary of transportation Leave a comment
EOBRs, Fatigued Driving, Drowsey Driving – What is all this?
Since there is a big uproar starting now that Obama has announced an agreement with Mexico over the now controversial cross-border program, which will allow Mexican trucks access to US highways again. In 1995 the US and Mexico started a … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged American Safety, american tax payers, Bill, border program, Driving, Electronic, fatigue, Mexican government, Mexican Trucks, omnibus appropriations bill, pilot program, Ray LaHood, representative ron, Roadways, Ron Kirk, safety and security, Safety Standards, security concerns, truck, Truck Drivers, trucking companies, trucking industry, united states trade representative, uproar, us trucks 1 Comment
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
Anne Ferro:”This is Why US-Taxpayers and American Truck Drivers need to Foot The Bill for EOBRs for Mexican Trucks”
Ever since the announcement of the “new cross-border deal” with Mexico, and upon finding out that US taxpayers and truck drivers would be paying for the Electronic on-board Recorders (EOBR) for the Mexican trucks. The question of “why” are we … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged agency, Annual Meeting, cost, cross border, federal motor carrier, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, ferro, FMCSA, Free Trade Agreement, hours of service rules, Hours-of-Service, Mexican, Mexican Trucks, motor carrier safety, motor carrier safety administration, North American Free Trade Agreement, pilot program, safety, salt on the wound, Slap Face, slap in the face, taxpayers, Truck Drivers, Truckload Carriers Association, way 1 Comment
Why are US-Taxpayers going to be Funding Equipment for Mexican Trucks?
Obama opens the border, defies unions and truckers, and ignores Congress on the ever-so controversial cross-border issue with Mexico. Obama also, screws the American tax payers too, as in the deal with Mexico that he agreed to has Americans paying … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged american tax payers, Anointed One, commercial zone, cross border, highway trust fund, House Subcommittee, mexican officials, Mexican Trucks, peter defazio, pilot program, pilot programs, Ray LaHood, Rep. Peter DeFazio, RINOs, Safety Violations, sean hannity, Secretary of Transportation, Title 49, transportation dot, U.S. Department 3 Comments
ATA – Anti Trucking Association
The ATA claims to be “The Voice of the Industry that Moves America’s Freight.” I always thought the ATA was for the truck drivers. It was not until I really started paying attention to some things that the ATA has … Continue reading