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Information and forms (Article 19-A)

Sign up for our LENS program to get CDL abstracts.  Why are there special requirements for motor carriers who employ bus drivers? Source: Information and forms (Article 19-A)

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Overview

What is LENS?LENS is an automated reporting system. It reviews the driver license records of your organization’s drivers and reports changes to you by email, on DMV business days. LENS can notify you about the following events when they post to your drivers’ license records Source: Overview

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How truckers figure into a bold plan to upgrade New York City transportation: Land Line Magazine

How truckers figure into a bold plan to upgrade New York City transportation: Land Line Magazine. Randolph Rosarion · Works at Sands Point Medical Rehab  It’s expensive already to live in NYC, low middle or high income, most of us would not welcome additional tolls in bridges that have been toll free way before our […]

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CDL Downgrades. What you can do about it.

Many drivers have called and coming in because they have received a downgrade letter in the mail from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).  If you failed to return your self certification letter to tell the DMV the type of driving you engage in or expect to, that is usually the reason for that dreaded letter […]

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New Rules! For DOT Physicals.

I hope that Bill Maher doesn’t mind I borrow the title of this post from that popular segment of his on HBO, but I do think the time is ripe for New Rules! for DOT physicals that is. As everyone should be aware of (by everyone I mean truck drivers, doctors, motor carriers, and any one […]

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In NYC a Truck Is Not The Same as A Commercial Vehicle!

For the purpose of parking, standing and stopping rules, a vehicle shall not be deemed a truck or commercial vehicle unless they  follow the rules below.   Trucks and commercial vehicles are two distinct classes of vehicles in NYC that have different rules and regulations that applies to them. Definition of a Truck:  Section 4-13 […]

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