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Random Drug Testing: FMCSA May Relax Rules

The FMCSA floated the idea of relaxing random drug testing this week. As COVID-19 continues to spread, not all areas can comply with random testing requirements. Motor carriers will need to provide paper trails. But is the culture around drug testing changing in general? And can the FMCSA keep up? FMCSA stands for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. They aim to reduce risk in the trucking industry. Part of…

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USDOT Selects Drone Remote Partners

The utilization of drone shipping is growing exponentially in the US. With COVID-19 now spreading through every state, many are switching to online shopping. The USDOT has been in talks with various companies in order to provide shoppers with faster delivery times. This is due to the drastic increase in online shopping combining with the over-extended trucking industry. The use of drones will help get a better understanding of trucking…

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Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse: Low Registers

A decrease in registrations for the federal Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse has created speculation. As part of the federal Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse, drivers are not registering. The data comes from the 560,000 carriers including owner operators and single truck drivers. Of them 116,000 are registered with the Drug and Alcohol clearing house. This represents approximately 21% of the workforce. Dave Osiecki, President and CEO of Scopelitis Transportation Consultants had…

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Support For Drivers: America Cares

The trucking industry, as well as truck drivers, fleet managers, and owner-operators, have been under a lot of stress over the past couple of years. The impact of COVID-19 has only worked against an already uphill battle for most of the road. While working long hours away from their families and loved ones who are also dealing with the issues of the global pandemic, truck driver awareness has been brought…

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Crisis Responders: Truckers

Today's crisis is nothing to laugh at. Many stores are closing and are in desperate need of supplies. This is where the trucking industry comes in. They provide the mainline for stores who are desperately running low on all manner of goods. With so many in need, truckers are the real MVP in terms of crisis aversion. Truck Drivers Own The Road With countless citizens staying inside due to the…

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Trucking Crisis: What To Know

The trucking crisis has been afflicting the industry for a number of years. With the most recent one being one of the hardest hits yet, many are wondering if this will continue to snowball or will it flatten out? Skilled Drivers Are Leaving The die-hard trucking champs have started to think about what they are going to do when they hit the age of retirement. Well, this has happened drastically…

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Van Life? Time To Insure It!

There is a list of steps you need to take before taking on the challenge of converting a van into your mobile dream home. You have the inside completely rebuilt. The engine and maintenance has been kept and in perfect condition. Now, you just need to insure it. Having Insurance on Your Van = Having Insurance on Your Home Insurance is a scary word. Most states require it (with the…

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Trucking Recession Goes Lower for 2020

The trucking recession has yet to slow down. With 2020 here, many are wondering where the next generation of truck drivers are. New Truckers Aren't Filling the Gaps There are a number of reasons why the younger generations aren't eager to join the trucking industry. From long nights away from home to the dangers of the industry, many have now seen the appeal that many, in days past, have seen…

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Mars 2020: A New Rover

Mars 2020 is the new rover designed to explore the surface of the red planet. It is being developed by NASA's Mars exploration program and is destined for the red planet in 2020. It is expected to launch in July of 2020 and will touch down in Jezero Crater in February of 2021. The goal of the new rover is to explore signs of habitability on our closest neighboring planet.…

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