Shipping companies want Congress to increase shipping truck size
The shipping industry is pushing Congress to increase the size of some shipping trucks, which could affect the nation's highways, consumers and e-commerce.
Win a $100 PetSmart Gift Card in Our 2018 Halloween Pet Photo Contest
Calling all dogs, cats, horses, even rabbits, it’s time to strap on your cutest, scariest, or just plain funniest Halloween costumes for Road Scholar Transport’s 2nd annual Halloween Pet Photo Contest!
This Winter Will Be Cold: Temperature Protected Trailers Can Help
Winters can be stressful times for companies that need to ship products across the country. Depending on the product, the cold weather can be very harmful and can even damage the product to the point that it can no longer be used. This may be more of a problem with perishable goo
FMCSA extends comment period for hours of service pre-rule
FMCSA announced Wednesday it is extending the comment deadline from Monday, Sept. 24, to Wednesday, Oct. 10. The agency is seeking feedback on potential changes to hours of service regs, including extending the 14-hour day for adverse conditions, eliminating the 30-minute break and more.
The Key to the Trucking Capacity Crunch and Driver Shortage: Shippers
There are a number of steps that a shipper should take to improve workflows, thus making a truck driver’s job less difficult, and earning it the status of “preferred shipper.”
Truck toll revenue continues to exceed expectations
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation says the state's truck toll system is charging more trucks and bringing in more money than expected for the second month in a row