Conference: STC Attends CVSA Annual Meeting

STC Co-Director took to his old stomping grounds by attending the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance's Annual Meeting and Exhibition, August 29-September 2. The meeting was his first since stepping down as leader of the group six years ago to pursue new opportunities....

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Webinar: STC Describes Key Changes to NY Trade Waste Laws

On September 7, 2021, STC Co-Director P. Sean Garney joined WhipAround Co-Founder Tim Boyle to discuss recent changes to rules impacting safety and vehicle maintenance operations for trade waste haulers in New York City. The presentation focused on the impacts of new...

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Dancing Away Fatigue

The motor carrier industry has been effectively using video-based onboard monitoring data to identify and augment unsafe behaviors for years now. Safety professionals have used their instincts and experience to identify behaviors to target and have been successfully...

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FMCSA Doesn’t Need Congress

When the House of Representatives published their version of the infrastructure bill earlier this year, many in trucking were getting nervous. The bill contained a laundry list of things that are not very popular among industry crowds, including; finalizing...

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Shiny Objects Distract Fleets

STC has been busy conducting mock audits and operational gap analysis lately. These typically begin with an opening interview in which we discuss the schedule of events, our methodology, and the types of violations and operational gaps for which STC is investigating....

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ELDs Speed Past Expectations

FMCSA's originally estimated the number of ELDs that would be available on the US market once the mandate was finalized was 88. It considered this "conservatively high." There are several hundred on the market...

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