Jun 3, 2018
An attempt to permit police in Vermont to use saliva to determine whether a driver is operating a vehicle under the influence has likely been shelved for the year. And Arizona law collects new vehicle fee, frees up road revenue. Terry Scruton finds out the details from Land Line Magazine’s Keith Goble.
Jun 2, 2018
Colorado House Republicans and Democrats in both chambers have reached agreement on a long-term funding deal to help the state address a 10-year backlog in transportation needs. Also, two bill packages introduced in the Michigan House target concerns about the state’s road conditions. Terry Scruton finds out...
May 27, 2018
Several important trucking measures are under consideration right now in Missouri’s legislature, including towing reform, a possible fuel tax increase and a potential ban on roadside inspections on highways with a speed limit greater than 40 miles per hour. Terry Scruton talks with state legislative expert Mike Matousek.
May 26, 2018
Recently, OOIDA sent out a survey to members from its political action committee, or PAC. The information from that survey tells us a lot about where truckers stand on the issues that affect their profession. Terry Scruton talks with OOIDA Director of Government Affairs Mike Matousek.
May 20, 2018
Pennsylvania lawmakers may soon tighten rules regarding snow and ice on vehicles. Terry Scruton discusses that – as well as states that are cracking down on highway protesters – with our state legislative expert, Keith Goble.