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Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) News Archives

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Feds Bust Dodgy Trucker Again

Feds bust dodgy trucker again. JPL Logistics LLC, USDOT No. 3466122, a motor carrier located in the Houston, Texas area caught again after previous operations halted by FMCSA. A Texas trucking fleet put out of service…

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Fuel Driving Out Truckers

Fuel driving out truckers as survey shows rising cost of fuel present a mountainous climb to overcome for small carriers. Many small carriers who entered the trucking industry in 2020-21 are finding today’s challenges too

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Regulators Studying Speed Limiters

Regulators studying speed limiters using electronic engine devices in proposed rule. Federal regulators plan to propose setting a truck speed limit using electronic engine devices in a proposed rule anticipated in 2023. The FMCSA is…

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JCB Trucking Files Bankruptcy

An Indiana-based trucking company recently filed Chapter 11, more than a month after the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) ordered the carrier to suspend interstate operations after receiving an unsatisfactory rating. JCB Trucking Enterprises LLC

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White House Aims To Shore Up Trucking

The White House unveiled a sweeping initiative aimed at shoring up the ranks of the nation’s truck drivers that could potentially lead to boosting driver pay. The Biden-Harris Administration Trucking Action Plan is being launched…

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Trucking Sees New Player Surge

Trucking sees new player surge in the number of newly authorized trucking companies — especially small ones. From July 2020 -Sept, the FMCSA approved more than 104k new for-hire trucking companies, and that’s excluding private fleets…

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