Rolling Strong is working with Mesilla Valley Transportation to provide onsite visits to its facilities by CDL wellness coaches who help maintain health and prepare drivers for DOT physicals, as well as setting up health screening stations at four of MVT’s terminals to give drivers easy access to services.
Truck driver John Doe cautiously braked to stop when a traffic light turned yellow, but was hit by an unaware motorist. Could Doe have prevented this crash? Video presented via a partnership between CCJ and Instructional Technologies.
A group of seven Caterpillar dealerships have formed the RIG360 independent truck service centers network, designed to provide an all-makes approach to truck parts and service. The network initially will consist of 65 locations with 450 service bays across 12 states, with potential for other Cat dealers to join.
The alliance will cover joint development of battery packs specifically developed for Volvo Group’s truck applications while Samsung SDI intends to provide battery cells and modules to meet the demand for the Volvo Group’s electric trucks.
One bill would raise the minimum liability requirement for trucking companies and tie it to the inflation rate for medical costs. The other would require OEMs to make automatic emergency braking systems standard equipment on new trucks.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission announced this week a 6% toll increase will take effect on Jan. 5, 2020, for both E-ZPass and cash customers on all sections and extensions of the turnpike except for three western Pennsylvania cashless toll facilities.
Attendees at the Great American Trucking Show next month in Dallas will have the opportunity to take a look at a variety of new and current products and technology in the Featured Product Pavilion. The pavilion will showcase products including ELDs, telematics systems, equipment for trucks, products for drivers and more.