UPCOMING TRAINING SEMINARS:
- COLLECTORS TRAINING – March 12, 2020. For more information and to register: CLICK HERE!
- HOW TO SURVIVE A DOT AUDIT – March 17, 2020. For more information and to register: CLICK HERE!
- DER TRAINING – March 26, 2020 – For more information and to register: CLICK HERE!
- DEFENSIVE DRIVING TRAINING – March 26, 2020 – For more information and to register: CLICK HERE!
- HAZMAT TRAINING – April, 15, 2020 – For more information and to register: CLICK HERE!
CONDUCTING BULK QUERIES — Upload bulk queries to the Clearinghouse. Click here for instructions and to download the bulk query template CLICK HERE!
YOU’RE INVITED! 2020 VTBA Spring Legislative Luncheon on March 11, 2020. For further details and RSVP form — CLICK HERE
1/31/2020 – HOW TO REGISTER FOR A FMCSA PORTAL ACCOUNT — Click here for guided instructions!
1/29/2020 – ATRI (American Transportation Research Institute) Releases New Research Documents: Who Pays and Who Benefits From Toll System Revenue. Full report available HERE
1/28/2020 – 2020 ANNUAL ROADCHECK dates have been set for May. Full article HERE
1/21/2020 – ❗️*FREE CLEARINGHOUSE TRAINING SESSION*❗️ To be held February 19, 2020 at the White Mountains Community College in Berlin, NH. This program is free of charge, but space is limited. Call to reserve your spot today! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
1/10/2020 – *CLEARINGHOUSE UPDATE* – You can now view a recorded webinar on the Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse by visiting the following link: https://clearinghouse.fmcsa.dot.gov/Learn
WEEKLY CVE REPORT: COMMERCIAL VEHICLE ENFORCEMENT (2/2 – 2/8) CLICK HERE FOR FULL REPORT
The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is launching a new online system in May 2020 for its Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO). Click Here
VTBA’s objectives shall be to: promote a motor transport system which will serve the citizens of Vermont reliably, efficiently, safely, and economically; serve as an advocate for motor transport before federal, state and municipal government bodies; communicate the mission of motor transport to the general public through media and personal appearances; foster the principles of the Association through promotion of its services that may enhance the operation of its participating members; encourage cooperation, courtesy, and safety among highway users; encourage construction and maintenance of safe and adequate highways; provide insurance programs for the benefit of the members, their employees and their dependents; continue to identify and implement new programs and services that are beneficial to the Association and its members and to do all the things incidental and necessary for said objectives within the provisions of the law.