New DOT Rule Prohibits Driver “Coercion” and FMCSA Removes CSA Scores for Property Carrier Compliance and Safety Performance from Public View

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December 14, 2015
Lew Bricker
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USLAW featured an article written by Lew Bricker in their December 14, 2015 edition of DigiKnow, “New DOT Rule Prohibits Driver ‘Coercion’ and FMCSA Removes CSA Scores for Property Carrier Compliance and Safety Performance from Public View.”

Lew discusses significant developments in the transportation industry including a regulation that forbids motor carriers, shippers, receivers, or transportation intermediaries from coercing drivers to use commercial motor vehicles in violation with provisions of the FMCSRs.

Read the full article here.