On November 8, 2021, the second Clearinghouse rule went into effect. The final ruling addresses state driver’s licensing agencies and their new requirement to use data in the Clearinghouse prior to issuing or renewing a driver’s CDL or CLP. The rule was published on October 7 and went into effect on November 8. However, the FMCSA has given some leeway, allowing states to start enforcing the rule no later than November 18, 2024. If you employ truck drivers, it’s crucial … Continue reading “Clearinghouse & You”
If you haven’t been following Shaggy on social media, then you haven’t heard that he sponsored this pretty rad sprint car. The car was debuted in sprint week 2021 in Indiana – Gas City, Kokomo, Lawrenceburg, Terre Haute, Putnamville, Bloomington, and Haubstadt. The week was pretty fantastic for Tyler Sturgeon Racing and Stevie Sussex; ISW passing master (zoinks! what just passed me?!), and #15 in the top 20 standings! Shaggy has more plans in the works so stay tuned.
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So-called “Chain of Custody” (CoC) forms are essential .We all know that they’re a required part of the DOT drug and alcohol testing process. But did you also know that a record of these forms MUST be kept by motor carriers? It’s not uncommon for auditors to ask for them during an audit – yet many carriers don’t hold on to them for very long after a test is complete. These forms also enable Medical Review Officers to report positive … Continue reading “CoCs”
Hours of service are regulations designed to eliminate drowsiness in truck drivers that led to crashes. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has approved changes to the hours of service (HOS) regulations. These changes are intended to improve driver flexibility while still promoting and ensuring safety. These changes went into effect on September 29, 2020.
Can you guess what Shaggy’s been up to? He’s been having in-person BootCamps! What’s that mean? Someone (+1) came to his office and worked out details & strategized over what they were missing and needed for their own business to thrive. Have you been debating over signing up for a webinar but haven’t because you just felt it wasn’t your ideal way of learning? Well. You’re in luck: there’s an in-person available the week of March 29th. You’re able to … Continue reading “InPerson”
Ok guys and gals ! Friday (3/12/21) at 1 pm shaggy and Cory will be have dispatch service training seminar ! We will have equipment and working capitol company joining us. Scott Ramsey of harbor capital — he will be discussing financing to new investors and trucking company,…. they specialize in everything ! Join us if you’re looking to purchase equipment — they work with all levels of credit ! Won’t want to miss my friend !! Free Q& A at … Continue reading “Q and A”
Are you a part of Shaggy’s Facebook Group? There’s a page that’s managed (mostly) by Melissa but the page is access to a ton of Q&As and information for all things transportation. You have to answer the questions to get in, if you receive a message from someone in the group, please be sure to respond or you won’t be approved. Check your groups to be sure you’re not missing out on anything: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ShaggysGroup/
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