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Regulations and Comments

  • 2/6/2018 – Ontario truck parking survey

    The Ontario Ministry of Transportation is surveying truckers about commercial vehicle parking along Southern Ontario highways. The goal is to identify gaps in the network of where truckers may rest. You can take part through April 30th.

    To take park, click here:

  • 4/9/2018 – Truck stop wants your input on parking

    Pilot Flying J truck stops want to know from drivers how improve the truck parking situation. Email your input to

  • 4/10/2018 – Wilcox requests ELD exemption

    Wilcox Truck Line has asked the FMCSA for a five-year exemption from the electronic logging device mandate when transporting loads in support of an Idaho National Laboratory – a nuclear energy laboratory and part of the U.S. Department of Energy. Comments can be filed through May 4th here.  

  • 4/10/2018 – Camera makers wants exemption to mirror rule

    Trucking tech supplier Stoneridge has filed an exemption request with the FMCSA to allow the company’s new MirrorEye Camera Monitor System to be used as an alternative to the two rear-vision side mirrors required by the agency. Comments are accepted through May 7th here.

  • 4/10/2018 – Learner’s permit exemption renewed

    The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has elected to renew an exemption for another year that allows the Oregon Department of Transportation and other sate DOTs to renew commercial learner’s permits for an additional 180 days beyond the initial 180-day period. Comments can be made through May 4th here.

  • 4/25/2018 – Comments sought about truck parking survey

    The Federal Highway Administration plans to once again survey truckers about truck parking. But first, it has to take comments from the public about the effort. The survey will look at the volume of truck traffic and whether enough parking is available state by state. Comments are due May 23rd. Click here to file your comments on the U.S. DOT Survey and Comparative Assessment of Truck Parking Facilities.

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