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ALBANY , N.Y. -- Thomson Delmar Learning recently announced the publication of the latest rules and regulations tit...


ALBANY , N.Y. — Thomson Delmar Learning recently announced the publication of the latest rules and regulations title for the trucking industry, Trucking Rules and Regulations: A Reference Guide to Transportation.

This manual will arm professional drivers with the knowledge they need to avoid penalties and infractions when driving coast-to-coast and state-to-state, thus preventing them from being stopped and fined.

“This book is written in a user-friendly style that provides explanations for many of the issues and terms relative and specific to local, state, and federal traffic policies in each of the 50 states including Hawaii and Alaska,” said Kristen Davis, Product Development Manager for the Professional Business Unit of Thomson Delmar Learning.

Coverage in Trucking Rules and Regulations has been compiled from numerous sources and includes regulations from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association, making this book an essential reference for carriers and interstate truckers alike. By giving the variations in interstate laws, many unpleasant surprises are removed instead of encountered. Changes in HAZMAT and other critical Federal and state rulings for carriers are provided for the education and preparation of drivers performing over-the-road duty. The book contains helpful listings of information to maintain individual and load safety and security; and all of the information given provides safety managers with meaningful information for safety meetings.

For more information or a free catalog, visit www.truckdriving.delmar.com, or call Thomson Delmar Learning’s Customer Service Team at 1-800-477-3692.


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