Good Response to Ol’ Blue, USA’s
Hours-of-Service Web Survey
Van Nuys, CA (November 2006) — Ol’ Blue, USA™ recently conducted a survey on its website - www.olblueusa.org - about the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Hours-of Service (HOS) Regulations. The completely confidential and anonymous survey was intended to get a true feel for driver’s understanding and familiarity of these regulations.
The information gathered from the survey will be used to help Ol' Blue, USA plan its future education programs and to make certain these programs provide the information and training that drivers want - and need - the most.
Ol’ Blue, USA is a non-profit organization dedicated to highway safety education and to improving relations between the motoring public, law enforcement and commercial drivers.
The survey ran through the months of September and October. The results are being tabulated by Crump & Associates, a market research company specializing in the transportation industry, and will be published shortly.
As a thank you for participating in Ol’ Blue, USA’s survey, drivers had an opportunity to register to win a digital Sony Book-Shelf Stereo System.
The winner of this music system was Daniel Alguire of Redlands, CA. A trucker for 13 years, Alguire runs from Los Angeles, CA, to Phoenix, AZ, every other night.
Ol' Blue, USA wants to sincerely thank those who helped promote the survey and the people that volunteered their time and services to make the project a success.
For more information on Ol’ Blue, USA and its many programs - which include Ask The Law™, Safety Center™, Safety Minute™ and Big Wheels, Little Kids - visit www.OlBlueUSA.org or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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