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The U.S. roads where drivers talk on handsets most

Swerving, drifting out of lanes, driving erratically—what’s going on with those vehicles around you? Are their drivers talking on cell phones and operating distracted? If you’re traveling on a road from this particular list, that could be a good bet.


U.S. auto sector output boosts industrial production

U.S. industrial production rose in August, as strong output in auto manufacturing offset lacklustre production in the rest of the factory sector.

The Federal Reserve said on Friday industrial production rose 0.4 percent last month after an upwardly revised 0.4 percent increase in July.


Race to beat tariffs causes truck tonnage spike

ARLINGTON, Va. – U.S. for-hire truck tonnage spiked 6.3% in October, posting a year-over-year increase of 9.5%.
“After slowing at the end of the third quarter, truck freight surged in October,”


Labour Minister Announces Bill Dealing with Driver Inc. Misclassification

During an industry briefing in Mississauga yesterday, Federal Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, Patty Hajdu, drew straight from the Canadian Trucking Alliance’s


Bakersfield man arrested in Indiana with over 220 pounds of suspected cocaine

At 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Indiana State Troopers arrested 22-year-old Ravinder Singh Kaler of Bakersfield following a routine DOT inspection.




States Feel Brunt of Driver Shortage in Search for Snowplow Drivers

State departments of transportation seeking equipment operators to take on temporary seasonal work have not been able to avoid the driver shortage that the trucking industry grapples with daily.


Jaskirat Sidhu truck driver in Canada has been arrested

Aizawl, The Mizoram government has started providing financial assistance to farmers under the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) scheme. State government officials Thursday c…


The trucking industry is searching for Drivers

The trucking industry is facing a labor shortage of 150,000 drivers in the next 10 years. There is an “aging out” of truck drivers and recent immigrants, willing to work long hours, are filling some of the gap.