Don’t Be Exempt From the Conversation

Since August 1, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has published 14 exemption requests in the Federal Register, requesting input from the public and affected stakeholders. Some are broad requests for full exemptions from large swaths of rules like hours...

Finding the Needle in the Haystack

The latest CVSA Roadcheck results are in and they show it’s a mixed bag for the North American trucking industry. When ELDs were introduced in the U.S. in 2017, they were heralded as a solution to hours-of-service violations and, therefore, a way to reduce driver...

Driver In, Driver Out

The trucking industry has been in a pickle for a long time. As it struggles to seat enough drivers to meet demand, its crash rate has been rising. Some have looked to younger drivers to fill this demand, while others have complained that they may not have the...

Did You Know? Summer Driving May be More Dangerous Than You Think

Winter driving is a dangerous challenge requiring focus and precision. That’s what makes new data from NHTSA so surprising. From 2011-2020, only 23% of fatal large truck crashes occurred in winter, compared to fall and summer, which experienced a 27% share each. In...

Conference: American Trucking Associations MC&E Conference

From October 21-24, 2022 in  San Diego, California, STC’s P. Sean Garney is scheduled to attend the conference and participate in several committee meetings, meet with existing and potential clients, participate in Panel Session: “The Future of Safety –...