Growing Pains; Family Ties
The truck and bus industries have come a long way on safety. According to FMCSA’s Large Truck and Bus Crash Facts reports, in 1979, the fatal crash rate among these...
STC recently participated in the CVSA Level VIII Inspection Forum. It was a well-organized event attended by government regulators (including FMCSA and Transport Canada), enforcement, and industry leaders. Its primary...
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Did You Know? FMCSA Thinks Speed Cameras Can Inform Carrier Risk Profiles
FMCSA is currently researching the deterrent effect of highly-visible, CMV-only speed cameras in areas that experience regular high congestion. This research also assesses whether this technology should be used to...
Did You Know? DOT Knows Who You Are Before You Get There
FMCSA is researching the use of cameras with DOT number readers and/or license plate readers and time stamps positioned to cover roadside inspection station exits to capture drivers and trucks...
In the News
STC In the News: TTT Podcast Investigates Adult Education Strategies for Effective Driver Training
In its latest TrueNorth Truck Thought podcast, the STC team along with TrueNorth and adult education expert Dr. Gina Anderson, CEO and Founder of Luma Brighter Learning talk about how adults...
STC In The News: Recall likely after feds deny Daimler Trucks’ equipment exemption
NHTSA has denied DTNA’s equipment exemption petition, likely resulting in a recall of 24,000 vehicles. Daimler, seeking the exemption, claimed the safety-related noncompliance is inconsequential. P. Sean Garney of...
STC In The News: Transportation Experts Divided on FMCSA’s Rejection of IRT
Last month, FMCSA rejected the complex IRT system and have instead decided to modify it, making it more user-friendly for truck drivers. In Transport Topics’ February 28 article, P. Sean...