Chain Laws in Effect for Several States

It’s already looking a lot like Winter in the West and Northwest. Several states including Colorado, Utah and Wyoming are now requiring chains to be carried with a few more states that suggest chains be carried through Spring of 2019. Many states have laws that … Read More

Peace Bridge Oversize Restriction to Begin

The Peace Bridge, which connects the United States and Canada at the Niagara River, will undergo the final phase of construction and will restrict oversize/overweight loads from crossing during that period. The restriction and closure of the center lane of the 3-lane bridge will begin … Read More

State of Emergency Declared for Alabama & Florida as Hurricane Michael Nears

Florida Governor Rick Scott and Alabama Governor Kay Ivey have both issued an emergency declaration as Hurricane Michael nears.  The storm is expected to make landfall along the Florida panhandle Wednesday as 26 northern Florida counties and the state of Alabama are suspending trucking regulations … Read More

Florence Road Conditions, I-95 Open in Both Directions

Post Hurricane Florence road closures and road blocks are decreasing in some areas, although most of Southeatern North Carolina should still be avoided by motorists.  I-95 is open in both directions in North and South Carolina, but I-40 remains closed from NC 41 (Exit 385) … Read More

NC & SC Road Conditions Update

The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has started assessing Hurricane Florence affected roads, including areas in the southeastern part of North Carolina along I-40 and I-95 that remain underwater.  As of 3 p.m. EST Wednesday, Sept. 19 the NC Trucking Association reported that about … Read More

FMCSA Issues Emergency Declaration

As everyone braces for Hurricane Florence to make landfall, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued a regional emergency declaration for Delaware, District of Colombia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.  The … Read More

I-26 and I-526 Closures, Carolinas issue Limited Exemption

The state of South Carolina is asking motorists to avoid getting on I-526 or I-26 east heading into Charleston on Tuesday, Sept. 11 in anticipation for the noon lane reversal away from the coast due to Hurricane Florence.  South Carolina Highway Patrol Captain Travis Manley said … Read More

ACE Partner, Pilot Flying J Expands Travel Center Network

A long-time partner of ACE Heavy Haul, Pilot Flying J recently announced an expansion of their travel network of more than 750 locations.  The company’s newest Pilot Travel Center is in Bartow, FL and opened Saturday, August 25. There are now 30 locations in their … Read More

Law Enforcement to Collect Rear Impact Data

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) will be conducting another roadside inspection event with the goal of capturing data on rear impact guards, also referred to as underride guards, on trailers and semi-trailers in the United States during the week of August 27-31.  According to … Read More

ACE Heavy Haul to Host Safety Meetings in July & August

ACE Heavy Haul’s Safety Department, along with other company officials, will be hosting two safety meetings in July and August to help drivers prepare for the upcoming Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) Brake Safety Week in September and to give drivers some overall safety tips in … Read More