Facts & Resources

 

 

 

 

This MoDOT Motor Carrier Service Guide is full of useful information.  

 

 

 

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Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food

Preventive Controls for Human Food Final Rule

DOJ and FDA To Bring Criminal Charges Against Food Companies

2016-Carrier-Concerns-With-FSMA-Compliance-SLIDES

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Compilation of Existing State Truck Size and Weight Limit Laws

 May 2015
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Tough Choices Ahead

Executive Summary from MODOT

 

 


How can we help you.

New Medical Certification Requirements:

 

A Guide for Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Holders – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners

 Medical Examiners Registry

 


Trends 2015ATA American Trucking Trends 2015

reports that trucking continues to be the dominant mode of freight transportation in the United States. Trends is produced by ATA’s Economics Department to provide a profile of the dynamics shaping the trucking industry. It also serves as a vital source of information on major trucking and transportation issues.

Trends is ATA’s annual compendium of data on the trucking industry’s size and performance.

American Trucking Trends is available for purchase at www.atabusinesssolutions.com or by calling 866-821-3468.


 Truck Rollovers

Mapping Large Truck Rollovers

Mapping Large Truck Rollovers: Identification and Mitigation Through Spatial Data Analysis


 

Keep the Load on the RoadRollover Crash Prevention

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), in association with the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and industry partners, created this tool as a training aid for commercial drivers of cargo tank motor vehicles transporting hazardous materials.

To watch the training video click here – https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/rolloverprevention

 



Accident Reporting Agencies

In addition to recording the DOT recordable crashes, many states have requirements for reporting a crash. The threshold for reporting is different from FMCSA requirements in many instances. To insure that you are in compliance with all accident requirements, we are providing the agency that crashes must be reported to without providing information on the amounts. To insure you are in compliance following a crash, we recommend that you contact these agencies to determine if a accident report to that jurisdiction is required.

State Accident Reporting Agencies


Motor Fuel Tax Rates

Snow Removal Laws – November 2016


Chain Laws

Chain Laws – November 2016


Mud Flap Requirements

Mud Flap Splash Guard Requirements March 14


Fast Facts for Missouri

American Transportation Research Institute:

Fast facts for Missouri


Aux Pwr Exemption Map

Auxiliary Power Unit Exemptions

 Auxiliary Power Unit Exemption Map and Info

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 IdlingIdling – Turn off the Key Protect Air Quality

Missouri Department of Natural Resources

Idling: Turn off the Key Protect Air Quality


 

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