STC President Comments to HDT on Biden Executive Order

STC President Dave Osiecki recently commented to Heavy Duty Trucking about the possible effects of a recent Biden Administration Executive Order (EO) on Regulatory initiatives. Osiecki relayed that the EO signified an ending to the previous administration's...

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STC President Comments on Coming Regulation

 Transport Topics recently asked STC President Dave Osiecki about the expected regulatory changes coming from the Biden Administration. Osiecki commented that he doesn't expect hair testing for drugs to go forward, but that speed limiters may be in play given the...

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CCJ Spotlights Osiecki’s Webinar on HOS Rule Change

STC President Dave Osiecki was recently featured in the Commercial Carrier Journal about his comments from Axele's recent webinar about the newly revised FMCSA Hours of Service regulations. Specifically, Osiecki discussed the benefits for carriers and drivers that can...

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Trucking Issues Quickly Hit DOT Secretary Buttigieg’s Radar

The following six trucking policy issues are already on DOT Secretary Pete Buttigieg's radar: A speed limiter mandate A side underride guard mandate, and stronger rear underride guard standards Continued hours of service and ELD relief for agricultural commodity and...

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How Can We Get Better Fleet Safety Outcomes?!

Executives at U.S. trucking companies likely ask this question to themselves and their teams on a very regular basis. While there is no cookie-cutter answer and no proverbial silver bullet, there are clear strategies that have worked for many companies. As recently as...

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No Carbon Copy

With every new presidential administration comes new priorities. For President Biden's administration, one theme stands out: climate change. One early action in this arena could impact the trucking industry. Namely, a recent executive order seeks to change the "social...

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To Paper or Not to Paper

Every year around this time, STC eagerly waits for the latest version of the Out-of-Service (OOS) criteria, published by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance. It's a document that outlines all the reasons a driver or vehicle can be put OOS following a roadside...

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