What to Do In the Event of DOT Reportable Accident
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The halfway point of the year is the best time to evaluate your DOT policies and procedures. That way you can evaluate what’s working, what’s now, and making adjustments for the second half of the year.
Because fuel represents one of the top expenses for any trucking company, folks are scrambling to find ways to save money. With prices soaring to historically high levels, what steps can you take to leverage technology in your fight to contain costs? What can you implement right now to optimize your operations? Exploring broader solutions allows any fleet manager to improve fuel consumption, optimize operations and increase margins.
When DOT roadside inspection officers determine whether to inspect a commercial motor vehicle and its driver, they often turn to the Inspection Selection System (ISS). The ISS uses the carrier’s safety performance data to generate an ISS “score” that helps the officer decide if an inspection is necessary.
Even if a motor carrier faithfully requests the required annual motor vehicle record (MVR) on its driver, a driver’s more recent history can go undetected up to 12 months.
The company brand is its identity. Every employee should know it and understand his or her role with it. The clearer the corporate identity, the easier it is for everyone who associates with the company.
Gen Z, the generation born between the late 90s and early 2000s, is taking the U.S. workforce by storm and is the perfect solution for recruiters looking to fill the gap in driver supply and demand.
Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the business landscape in America, and…
Relationships can change careers, companies, and lives. The GMTA Annual Convention is the ideal place to start great relationships in the trucking industry GMTA Member, Megan McInnis shares with members how to make the most of your time at the GMTA Convention.