The truck driving industry is a constantly changing environment. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is updating rules on a regular basis. The shipping trends in the industry also change regularly. This news blogs is designed to keep students up to date and informed about changes in the industry and current events with Interstate Truck Driving School.
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) today announced a final rule revising federal regulations permitting individuals with a stable insulin regimen and properly controlled insulin-treated diabetes mellitus (ITDM) to be qualified to operate c... Read More
If you see prices creeping higher for everything from cereal to socks in the next few months, you can probably blame this stark reality: There aren’t enough truck drivers delivering the goods to stores.
Kare 11 News out of Minnesota featured a story which covers the recent driver... Read More
The Trucking industry is changing....it always has been, and it always will change to reflect how the market changes.
The driver shortage and the implementing of Electronic Logging Devices has had some very beneficial effects on our industry. Here is an article from BLOOMBERG published o... Read More
Bob Costello from the American Trucking Association projects out the driver shortage and it is a big number.
April 3, 2018 John Kingston, executive editor, Freight Waves
Calling it his "warning shot to the industry," the chief economist of the American Trucking Associatio... Read More
Karen P from Bloomington MN stopped by to let us know about her new job. Karen was a dedicated student and we are certain she is going to do very well in the trucking industry.
Interstate Truck Driving School owner Bill Collins drove to a come from behind Victory in the Interstate Racing Corvette at NOLA Motorsports Park in New Orleans LA this past Saturday. Bill had never driven at the southern track and so he spent a lot of time on his Drive Skills Simulator to get... Read More
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