Pegasus TransTech, in response to requests from fleet customers, is providing drivers a free and easy method to provide feedback to the Department of Transportation concerning the proposed hours of service (HOS) regulation changes.
Pegasus TransTech has joined the American Trucking Associations (ATA) to encourage industry and driver opposition to proposed HOS regulation changes by allowing drivers to use TRANSFLO Express truckstop scanning to send their letters of protest. Letters are available at all Pilot, Flying J, and Love’s truckstops and can be sent from those locations using TRANSFLO Express with no charge to fleets or drivers.
With TRANSFLO Express, drivers hand delivery documents to a trained cashier for scanning at almost 800 truckstop locations in the United States and Canada, including Pilot, Flying J, and Love’s. In seconds, these documents are sent electronically to the fleet for immediate billing and payroll processing. In this instance, protest letters will be sent directly to the ATA, which will forward them to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration that proposed the HOS rules.