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Hello truckers! It’s the most beautiful…Yeah, you already know what this is about, we don’t have to say it. We hope you’ve had a good year and a blast these past couple of days. Obviously you don’t want to be sad and lonely this Christmas, or any Christmas really.
The pandemic is not yet under control, US labeled 184k+ new cases just yesterday, economic recovery is yet to come surging and holiday season have swirled into a perfect shipping storm since in-store shopping is not recommended and stay at home strongly is.
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On October 26th , Florida department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and Florida Atoorney General Ashely Moody have made a collaboration to enlist half million truck drivers in their fight to put an end on human trafficking. Campaign called “Highway Heroes” is about to partner with an extensive network of truckers who will help in identifying and reporting human trafficking.
According to FTR Transportation Intelligence freight rates are going higher than the 10-year average by the next summer. That would be on par with 2018 numbers.
In March 2020, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) announced the postponement of International Roadcheck due to the coronavirus pandemic, with new dates to be determined. CVSA has now rescheduled International Roadcheck for Sept. 9-11.
We are taking a look at Four major HOS rules that will take effect on September 29th. According to Joseph DeLorenzo, associate administrator for enforcement at the FMCSA - New rules are mainly focused on highway safety while giving drivers a lot of flexibility. Four main areas are covered. Loosening restrictions for the short-haul exception, adverse driving conditions, 30-minute break, and the sleeper berth provision.