We are happy to announce that we will be participating in a ‘Part 40’ workshop in Denver Colorado on May 13 & 14 and encourage all DAPMs and Safety Managers to consider attending. Read more →
In the month of October, the U.S Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) declared three licensed truck drivers to be imminent hazards to public safety. In each case, FMCSA has ordered them not to operate any commercial motor vehicle in interstate commerce. Illinois-licensed truck driver Stewart G. Snedeker was served the Federal order Oct. 4, 2013. Texas-license truck driver Scotty G. Arnst was served the Federal order Oct. 11, 2013 and Michigan-licensed truck driver Tracy A. Ferrell was served the Federal order Oct. 16, 2013. Read more →
In observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday, our offices will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th. Our offices will reopen on Monday, December 2nd at 8:30 AM EST.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact a customer service representative at
1-800-253-5506 Ext. 0796. We appreciate your business and hope you have a wonderful holiday!
Your Foley Carrier Services Team
Nowadays, identity theft is a common problem. The trucking industry is dealing with a growing new form of identity theft with thieves stealing millions of dollars in merchandise, often food and beverages. The theft is shockingly simple: Thieves pose as truckers, load huge shipments of valuable cargo onto their own tractor-trailers and then simply drive away. Read more →
On October 2, 2013 the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) sent out a mass email to carriers encouraging them to update their registration. Recently the FMCSA began using email to communicate to carriers all over the country. The mass distribution email came from the email address email@example.com . Any email coming from this address is legitimate and is to be taken seriously. The FMCSA encourages not responding to this email address because responses will not be monitored. Read more →