‘Amazon Effect’ may explain rising driver turnover in truckload | @AaronHuffCCJ | January 27, 2020 The “Amazon Effect” could explain the recent spike in driver turnover. Traditionally, driver turnover rates go down when freight demand is relatively soft, as it was in 2019, but turnover has counterintuitively been rising. The term “Amazon Effect” is generally
News Release Contact: Nicole Leandro, Manager of Communications, CVSA International Roadcheck Set for May 5-7 with Emphasis on Driver Requirements Greenbelt, Maryland (Jan. 27, 2020) – The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) International Roadcheck will take place May 5-7. International Roadcheck is a high-volume, high-visibility three-day enforcement initiative that highlights
Cut Hiring Lawsuits by Educating Drivers on the Drug and Alcohol Clearing House From Instruction Technologies 11/12/2109 by Laura McMillan There are many ways the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse (DAC) will impact your hiring process. Among them: it’s critical to provide training and education to your drivers, potential hires, and recruiting managers
Lytx data show Pennsylvania roads the most risky for trucking Aaron Huff CCJ Staff | October 7, 2019 Certain segments on major trucking lanes in Pennsylvania are so dangerous that professional drivers may want to avoid them altogether, according to recent analysis of event data by Lytx from November 2018 to August 2019.
DOT officially floats HOS changes that would alter 14-hour clock, 30-minute break James Jaillet | August 14, 2019 The U.S. DOT has officially announced proposed changes to federal hours of service regulations for truck operators. Chiefly, the proposed changes, if made final, would allow drivers to pause their 14-hour clock for up