OOIDA

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OOIDAOwner-Operator Independent Drivers Association
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A major force to changing the 14-hour on-duty limitation has been the OOIDA, who says that owner-operators specifically need more flexibility.
The OOIDA's Northern counterpart, the Owner-Operator's Business Association of Canada (OBAC), questions whether a mandate is necessary.
ATA and OOIDA have sent an open letter to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration asking for rules aimed at improving truck safety.
(2006) OOIDA 2003-2004 cost of operations survey: Report of results, Detroit, Wayne State University.
Quotes Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) estimates that Mexican drivers earn 13 cents per mile versus U.S.
Tom Weakley of the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA), which also opposes mandatory GPS tracking, notes that 96 percent of the country's tractor-trailers are owned by small companies that have 20 or fewer trucks.
According to Fleetowner magazine, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA), for instance, "contends that competition from Mexican carriers will eventually overwhelm U.S.
Fletcher, OOIDA Class-Action Damages and Other Relief, 32 TRANSP.
"As an existing licensee of the MIPS architecture, we are pleased to extend our long and successful relationship," said Yoshio Ooida, executive vice president, Semiconductor Company, Toshiba Corporation.
"So one driver is virtually imprisoned in the sleeper berth, and the other driver is pressured to drive at least eight hours in one stretch while the other driver is off-duty," a February OOIDA news release said.