FMCSA extends CDL, CLP, med cert waivers through year’s end The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration on Sept. 18 extended its waiver that allows truck drivers to operate with an expired commercial driver’s license, commercial learner’s permit or medical certification that expired on or after March 1, 2020. The extension is effective through Dec. 31.
CCJ Daily Dispatch, Aug. 13: Grocery, paper product restocking added back to COVID hours waiver CCJ Staff | August 13, 2020 Trucking news and briefs for Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020: COVID-19 emergency hours declaration extended into Sept. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has again extended the hours
CCJ Daily Dispatch, Aug. 11: Roadcheck inspection blitz rescheduled for next month CCJ Staff | August 11, 2020 Trucking news and briefs for Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020: Roadcheck inspection spree rescheduled for next month Trucking companies have just one month to prepare for the year’s largest inspection blitz, as the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance
How fleets and drivers can capitalize on new regs for 14-hour rule, 30-minute break Aaron Huff | @AaronHuffCCJ | August 7, 2020 Beginning Sept. 29 when the revised hours of service rule shifts into law, truck drivers will have an expanded split-sleeper berth option that will allow them to effectively stop their 14-hour clock for up