Drivers have long complained that violations of various regulations are a direct result of threats and coercion by motor carriers, shippers, receivers and brokers – and that nothing could be or was done about it. Starting in January, FMCSA will have the ability to take enforcement action on those who coerce drivers into violating the federal regs.
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