The New Year rings in some new industry regulations to be aware of in 2018.
Throughout 2017, Landstar employees in Jacksonville, Fla. and Rockford, Ill. participated in dozens of fundraisers, clothing and food drives, and volunteered at community events.
Gary Buchs was overwhelmed when he stood at the podium in March to accept the Owner-Operator of the Year award from the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) and Overdrive magazine.
Penrod won the red-pearl 2017 Western Star 5700XE during the Landstar BCO All-Star Celebration held in July at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
Landstar’s fleet of independent owner-operators is 100 percent compliant with the federal mandate to switch from paper to electronic logs.
Landstar’s 2017 diamond-level sponsor, Pilot Flying J, offers Landstar independent owner-operators exclusive fuel rebates at its owned and operated travel centers in the United States.
The new rules have prompted many questions from professionals within the transportation industry, including from businesses wanting to know how the ELD rules will impact their shipments.
Drivers may talk about seeing the Bandag Bandit on display in Walcott, Iowa, but few can boast about hauling the famous racing truck that set a land speed record of 151 mph in 1988.
Cyber Security Day recognized on Nov. 30 each year, brings awareness to keeping your online data safe and secure.
By Dec.18 professional truck drivers who operate in North America will be required to log their hours of service (HOS) using an electronic logging device (ELD).