Look back: Most read Truckers News stories of September 2015

Editor’s Note: Before 2016 arrives, Truckers News is taking a look back at the year about to expire. Over the next two weeks we’re looking at the stories and videos that were most popular with you, our readers.

A brake blitz and an editorial in the New York Times had truckers talking — and reading — in September.

These were the most read stories of September 2015:

1. Brake blitz next week; Here’s what they’re looking for (Read it here.)

Brake Safety Week, Sept. 6-12, had inspectors checking thousands of vehicles for safety violations with an emphasis on checking the brakes.

2. ELD enforcement: One strike and you’re out? (Read it here.)

Former FMCSA Administrator Annette Sandberg said at a conference that she could see ELD enforcement being a “one strike, you’re out policy. ”

3. “Trucks Are Killing Us” op/ed prompts tough responses (Read it here.)

A New York Times editorial by Howard Abramson condemning the trucking industry drew sharp criticism from members of the trucking community.

These were the most watched videos from September 2015:

1. Motorcyclist runs into truck driver on the road

2. Judge for yourself: Are these the worst drivers ever?

3. Tow turns into trouble on wet incline