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Controlled Substances Testing

FMCSA Updates Testing Percentage Effective Jan. 1, 2016, the minimum percentage rate for random controlled substances testing for drivers of commercial motor vehicles that require a commercial driver’s license (CDL) will drop to 25 percent, down from 50 percent. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced that the change was due to a positive […]

Will Young Drivers Help The Trucker Shortage?

A highway bill recently passed by Congress had provisions that would allow drivers under the age of 21 to drive trucks across state lines. Some oppose the movement worrying that lowering the younger age limit could result in trucking companies lowering safety standards, but supporters see it as one possible solution to the looming driver […]

Berkshire Hathaway Work Comp.

Truck Insurance MN and the Insurance Specialists Team represents Berkshire Hathaway for work comp as well as truck insurance. Selecting a Workers Compensation Insurance company and an agent who knows not only knows and understands your truck business and the insurance needs of truckers – one who is also a certified master work comp advisor […]

2014 Brake Safety Week Inspection Results Released

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) recently released the results from its Brake Safety Week campaign, held Sept. 7 to Sept. 13, 2014. During the week-long campaign, CVSA-certified commercial motor vehicle inspectors conducted 13,305 brake system inspections on trucks and buses throughout North America. The inspections were conducted roadside and aimed to identify out-of-adjustment brakes […]

A Career in Truck Driving

Truck driving is a great career choice that actually pays more than people think. One of the most glorious parts about truck driving is getting the chance to travel around the country on the road and seeing new places you would have never seen before otherwise. It does not even require a college degree. You […]

Growing Need For Truckers

As older drivers retire trucking companies are looking for replacements. There is a national driving shortage. Over the next 10 years the Trucking industry is expected to grow by 20% and need around 300,000 drivers. ABC 12 – WJRT – Flint, MI The demand is there, but the employees are not. While the love affair […]

Allie Replies – 5 Questions About Trucking

Ever wondered if you should get into trucking? Or how? Allie answers five questions from a well written email: 1.) Do you think think trucking would be, fina…

What’s Causing the Trucker Shortage? One of the hottest and most controversial topics in the trucking industry today, is that of the shor…

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