Operation Safe Driver week will happen July 11-17 throughout North America. The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) and its partner state and provincial commercial vehicle agencies have announced that the primary focus will be on speeding—by both commercial vehicles and passenger cars.
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If you joined ICSA between March 1, 2020 and April 30, 2021, you should have received an email notifying you to visit our new website and click on the Renew Membership tab at the top of the page.
In the May issue of The Landing Gear, we reported on two motor carrier issues under review by FMCSA’s Medical Review Board (MRB). The first is an alternative vision standard that could make it possible for more drivers to meet vision requirements; the second is a review of the current method of assessing the impact of non-insulin treated diabetes mellitus (Non-ITDM) on a CDL driver’s physical qualification.
Maintaining the proper following distance gives you time to make good, well-planned decisions and affords other drivers the opportunity to do the same. What is your regular following distance? Adding even one more second can be a game changer.
We are proud to announce that ICSA hit a membership milestone in early May when we signed up our 1,000th member!
Only a truck driver can understand how the “truck parking” issue can be the single biggest concern drivers face today.
Video technology is being used all over the country to help good drivers get even better and reduce the chances of being in a crash.
Throughout the 40+ years your ICSA team has been advocating for truckers, we can point to at least two key factors that may impact how the trucking industry will be treated under the Biden administration.
ICSA is partnering with Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) to encourage truckers to get TAT trained and become certified in recognizing and reporting suspected human trafficking.