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Future of Trucking: FMCSA Pilot Programs

September 8, 2020

The future of trucking is here, as the FMCSA initiates two new pilot programs. The FMCSA first wanted to see if having a break in the midst of a 14-hour work shit. The break would last between 30-minutes and 3-hours. Even though this would break the rules of truckers hav .... Read More

Elon Musk Says Tesla Might Leave California

August 5, 2020

Los Angeles, CA - Elon Musk - the owner of Space X and Tesla says that there is still a possibility for leaving California. Throughout 2020, the possibility of the EV spearhead has been picking up steam. The possibility comes at a time when California is refusing to open .... Read More

Brain Disease Possibly Triggered by COVID-19 According to UK Study

July 9, 2020

On Wednesday, neurologists published details about more than 40 UK patients who may have developed brain disease while infected with COVID-19. Doctors need to conduct further studies to fully understand any possible correlation. But they warn that we may be due for a quieter epidemic of neurological consequences in the futu .... Read More

Nikola Sparks The Electric Truck Industry

June 3, 2020

Nikola has been on the rise within the trucking industry. With the launch of their electric truck line, they are planning to rival the likes of Tesla as well as tackle one of the trucking industry’s largest problems – Fuel. While one of the biggest costs to the trucki .... Read More

USPS Extremely Busy, Looking To Hire

April 30, 2020

Seasonal work ordinarily refers to either the summer season or the holiday season. Companies bring in help for those months in which they experience higher volume. However, the pandemic gives new meaning to the phrase. While many industries face downturns amid social distancing orders, the US Postal Service finds itself bus .... Read More

Food Trucks Operating At Rest Areas

April 14, 2020

As a key component to national supply chains, truck drivers continue to drive through the pandemic. However, many of the services they rely on while en route closed down. Restaurants shuttered or refuse dine-in. As a truck driver, drive-thrus prove impossible. Stories of truckers getting turned away from drive-thru windows .... Read More

At Home Coronavirus Tests Not Approved

April 6, 2020

Amidst the fear gripping the American public, some companies seek to capitalize. Some offer fake remedies. Others, like Yikon Genomics Inc. offer fraudulent at home coronavirus tests. In response, officials in Los Angeles .... Read More

Homes Sales So Far Unaffected By COVID-19

March 16, 2020

Despite downturns in many industries as a result of COVID-19's spread, home sales remain strong. While fears of an impending recession loom, people .... Read More

Affordable Housing Aim Of New Proposals

February 25, 2020

A suite of 8 proposals drafted by California Democrats aims to create more affordable housing by reducing certain local construction fee .... Read More

Coronavirus: Exports Expected to Slow

February 3, 2020

Wuhan China, - Emerging reports of the Coronavirus have estimated the number of infected to increase to 17,000 this week. This is more than triple the amount affected since last week. With multiple cities closed off and under quarantine, this has led many industries to take a hit; namely Shipping. .... Read More