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Your Jan. 12 Pre-Trip: Land Air resumes operations, looks for funding

1. According to a Wall Street Journal credit report, Land Air Express of New England has downsized operations and is looking for emergency situation funding in its very first days back in company following an FMCSA shutdown. Late last week, the FMCSA informed Land Air it could resume operations on a “& ldquo; conditional & rdquo; basis; nevertheless, numerous consumers moved their business in other places. Now, the company seeks financing after running for 2 weeks without any revenue, WSJ credit reports. The FMCSA shut the trucking company down for cannot appropriately check its drivers for drug and alcohol usage, to name a few infractions, WSJ said. 2. Three subsidiaries of XPO Logistics were sued in California on Monday for supposedly misclassifying their motorists as independent professionals, The Wall Street Journal reports. The claim declares that Pacer Cartage, Harbor Rail Transport and PDS Transportation cannot pay their motorists base pay, offer meal breaks and rest breaks, and to reimburse business expenses, according to the report. The Wall Street Journal has more. 3. The Rhode Island Trucking Association launched an outdoors research study that raises doubts over the accuracy of Gov. Gina Raimondo’& rsquo; s truck toll proposal, WPRI Eyewitness News 12 credit reports. The research, performed by IHS Global Understanding, alerts that the method taken in an earlier study funded by the guv’& rsquo; s workplace & ldquo; might result in erroneous or suspect conclusions,” & rdquo; according to the report. IHS recommends that the governor’& rsquo; s toll proposition of $20 to $25 per day-to-day truck trip would not generate the $60 million a year in income for the state. It also stated the governor’& rsquo; s research study did not adequately review non-toll alternatives for funding bridge repairs. WPRI has more. 4. Arkansas Online reports that state authorities have actually not authorized new third-party sites to conduct commercial motorist’& rsquo; s license tests considering that October, hence producing a driver training obstacle. The Arkansas Trucking Association ended up being aware of the issue after its presi …
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Fleet Service Technician (Tow Truck Driver)

payment: $15 plus medical/dental and 401(k) in addition to $250 monthly English-Spanish bilingual wage reward work type: full-time …
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