Now more than ever, drivers need to be protected and operations need to run lean. We've put together some resources to help you with both. Get more COVID-19 resources here.
Now more than ever, commercial truck drivers are the lifeblood of the nation’s distribution network. So whe...
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Under the temporary HOS rules, drivers are no longer subject to HOS rules when transporting certain types of cargo or personnel necessary for the response to COVID-19.
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It's tough for drivers to find time for their health, especially in a time of crisis. Driver health expert Sergio Rojas shared some tips with us last year that can help your drivers on the frontlines.
From the archives, this story from 2017 is yet another example of how the industry pulls together in times of community crisis.
With HOS rules now relaxed for some fleets, it's important now more than ever to educate drivers on the dangers of getting behind the wheel when fatigued. Get stats and tips to help prevent it.
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