Drivers can provide feedback on HOS rule free of charge

Pegasus TransTech is providing truck drivers a free method to offer feedback to the Dept. of Transportation on its proposed hours-of-service (HOS) regulation changes

Pegasus TransTech is providing truck drivers a free method to offer feedback to the Dept. of Transportation on its proposed hours-of-service (HOS) regulation changes.

Customers of the company’s Transflo Express truckstop scanning service can use that service to send their letters free of charge. Letters are available at every Pilot, Flying J, and Love’s truckstop location.

“We are immensely grateful to Pegasus TransTech and their travel center partners for their support of our hours of service campaign,” said Rob Abbott, vp-safety policy for the American Trucking Assns.

“Given the nature of the proposed changes, it is critical that DOT hear from as many drivers as possible,” he added. “This process will make it easier and more likely for drivers to offer their thoughts and objections.”

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