While the window has now closed for public comments on HOS changes, it doesn't mean you have to hold your opinion to yourself.
Luckily our carrier partners don't have an issue letting us know what they think. In early October we surveyed all 25,000 of them to get their opinions on what HOS rules they would change.
Here are the results, along with a few comments below: Driver Suggestions: "Allow drivers to go off duty when loading or unloading. If shippers/receivers
In early October 2018 CarrierLists conducted an email survey from its 25,000 carrier partners to learn more about their expectations for 2019. 215 carriers responded to the survey. The carrier fleet sizes of the respondents range from 3 trucks to 122 trucks. The key word for our results is OPTIMISM. Carriers are full of optimism going into 2019. Almost 85% expect freight volumes to be the same or even better in 2019. As would be expected this optimism carried over to rates
How is CarrierLists different than other carrier databases? CarrierLists is only carrier database that provides a comprehensive profile of carriers that go beyond what is available in public records. We do this by calling and interviewing each and every carrier in our database. During our interviews we collect the non-public information that every broker needs to source carriers. This includes trailer types, prefered lanes, specializations, and direct phone and email info f