Tech Companies are Going It Alone

Since its inception, STC has closely tracked the testing and deployment of automated vehicle technology. Many have seen trucking as the natural early adopter of this technology, given the acute driver shortage and existential need for the efficiency gains automated...

FMCSA Asks for Big Money

FMCSA’s Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Request to Congress, asks for $874 Million, and that, along with an additional $135 million from the recently enacted Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, would provide the Agency with more than $1 Billion in resources next year for CMV...

FMCSA is Helping Carriers Map to Success

FMCSA is making more valuable data available to motor carriers and the public. Their safety event mapping tool allows users to review crash, roadside inspection, and traffic enforcement data at the county level. This can help carriers visualize where crashes are more...

OOS Rates Vary By Inspection Type

So far in 2022, only 7% of Level III (driver only) inspections result in an OOS conditions, versus 26% of Level I (full vehicle and driver) and 27% of Level II (Walk-around). With International Roadcheck coming next month, which will be focusing on wheel ends, it may...

Conference: ATA Mid-year Management

On May 14-18, 2022 in Scottsdale, AZ, STC will be participating in several committee meetings and attending educational sessions.

Podcast: TrueNorth Risk Summit

May 2-4, 2022 in Cedar Rapids, IA, STC’s Sean Garney and Steve Keppler  will be recording the next episode of the TTT Podcast.

Conference: ATA Safety, Security & HR

On April 27-29, 2022 in Orlando, FL, STC will be leading a panel presentation titled: Recruitment & Retention in a Supply Chain Crunch Environment.

STC In the News: The Driving Force and the Trucking Industry

In the midst of the 80,000 driver shortage, there are various forces pushing drivers out of the industry –  retirement, violations, and more recently the vaccine mandates. Driver retention strategies are more important then ever.  Read the full article on page 42...