Professionals trying to control auto shipping rates interested in the latest news on the hours-of-service revision proposals should make note that the revisions are expected to clear the White House Office of Management and Budget, sometime near the end of November, according to sources at the United States Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Apparently, the chief of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration mentioned this to a crowd of interested Americans during a forum on driver health in Baltimore, Maryland. The chief of the FMCSA also mentioned at this same time that the United States Department of Transportation recently asked for an extension of 30 days in the current schedule to help in the review of the revision proposals for the hours-of-service regulations currently in law in the United States of America for transport drivers in the business of controlling car shipping prices, according to the people in attendance at this driver health forum.
Delay in this kind of transport safety revision process is hardly news for the professionals in the transport industry of the United States of America and they’ll certainly rather have them take their time in this kind of process. The new plans call for the analysis of the revision proposals for the hours-of-service rules and regulations to be ready by November 26, as long as there aren’t any further delays in the process. Once they get to this point, Americans will get to have their say about the revision proposals for the hours-of-service rules and regulations for car transport drivers and all professional transport drivers out on the roads of the United States of America.