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Top Trucking Legal Issues to Know on 2022 Tax Year  

Forecasts suggest that between 2020 and 2050 the freight activity will grow up to 50%, which is 28.7 billion tons. There is a significant legal issue that surrounds this field as well. If the fleets must clear their trouble with their transports and favor themselves, they should create a solid game plan and keep legal issues at bay. Here are some of the top legal issues the trucking business could face in 2022.   The top trucking legal...

ACT Research: US Recession Risk Growing

The trucking industry enjoyed its peak during the supply chain crash at the start of the Covid pandemic. The pandemic trucking industry is now gone, and there are chances that we do not see this type of demand again for ACT Research.    Pandemic and the trucking industry: At one point in time, during the pandemic, the truckload spot market started to handle more than one million loads per day, versus the historical average of 4,00,000. They kept...

Top 10 Phone Apps for Truck Drivers on the Road  

Several apps are available to make life easy on the road. Many factors must be considered while planning the haul for the truckers. It helps drivers stay connected, find truck shops, compare fuel prices, and connect with some entertainment events through their smartphones.   Top best Apps for Truck Drivers on the Road Truckers who are new to the job require apps to stay connected. Here are some of the best phone apps for truck drivers.  Tax2efile App:...

How many truck drivers are in the USA? Here why we need more

According to the details given by the American Trucking Associations, The United States requires more than 80,000 truck drivers. The trucks and the truckers handle more than 72% of the freight in the US. A vast percentage of the consumers are reliant on these drivers. Increasing demand for truck drivers in the US: The demand for truck drivers is extremely high in the United States and is also a tough job to fill. The trucking companies are...

FAQs for Truckers Who e-file Form 2290 with IRS

FAQs for Truckers to E-file 2290 Form Who should file Form 2290 and pay the HVUT? Anyone who registers a highway-heavy motor vehicle with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more should file Form 2290, to pay the taxes. Owners of pickup trucks, panel trucks, and vans need not file pay taxes on these smaller trucks. If the vehicles run for 5,000 miles or less, they should file returns, but need not pay tax. Who...

How to safely share the road with semi-trucks? Tips to Share Road

Semi-trucks are vital for the economy of a country. The chief role of commercial and big rigs is transporting tons of goods across the country every year. While traveling in conjunction with large trucks, there are few safety threats for a driver.  Do you know that 75% of commercial vehicle accidents are due to passenger car drivers? Statistics also state that there were 4,657 fatal accidents in 2017 with semi-trucks involved. Hence to avert such accidents in...

How the Economy Needs the Trucking Industry?

The trucking industry is one of the best industries in the United States and has much impact on the economy of the nation. People who are associated with the trucking industry are hard-working and they contribute more to society. Daily activities of a common man are undistributed because of the tireless effort of the truck drivers. The truckers are responsible for moving the goods and delivering them to the destination. Every good that we buy is handled...

Best and Worst States for Having Trucking Company in 2016

The trucking industry is fast developing in the United States of America. There are more and more people getting into the truck driving profession mainly because of the acute shortage of truck drivers in the industry. There is an increase in the demand for finished goods throughout the country and this is the reason why there is a need for truck drivers throughout the nation. Around 500,000 for-hire trucks are operating on the road at present and...

Reasons Behind the Shortage of Truck Drivers in the Trucking Industry

The falling pay and the high costs of driving are the main reason behind the shortage of truck drivers in the driving industry. According to experts, this situation is likely to get worse in the near future. In the month of June 2013, the new rules pertaining to driving hours were implemented. The main objective behind implementing the rules was limiting the use of a 34-hour restart. Truck drivers and even the other motor vehicle drivers have...

Safety Rules that Need to be Followed by Truck Drivers

A lot of Americans are unaware of the fact that their nation heavily relies on its trucking industry for the economy to function in the proper manner. Trucks in the United States serve as visible evidence of the smooth working condition of the US economy. The truck industry is fast developing in the US and the nation is in need of truck drivers for keeping up with the rising demand. Serving or pursuing a career in truck...