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  • May 8, 2017
    Commentary

    Trump time: Trucking, construction interests challenge GHG regs

    Even as truck makers and some of their biggest customers gathered to review—and praise—the latest and greatest in environmentally friendly technologies last week, others in trucking were petitioning the Trump administration to reconsider the fundamental premise that allowed the Obama EPA to regulate greenhouse gases (GHG) in heavy-duty vehicles....More
  • Apr 26, 2017
    Commentary

    The budget fight: Fiddling while truck safety burns?

    A looming government shutdown, a massive tax cut, a renewed effort to repeal and replace Obamacare, the Wall: The Trump Administration and Congress have big, big plans to work through this week—but activity is not achievement. And lost in all the political posturing is a much-needed bureaucratic correction that, if not addressed, could undo hard-won truck safety gains....More
  • Apr 24, 2017
    Commentary

    Speed limiters, elephant races, and professional drivers 1

    Despite the Trump administration’s putting the brakes on federal rulemaking, OOIDA is ramping up its own regulatory push back: The small business trucking group has created a video demonstrating the dangers of speed-limited trucks. But are speed limiters really the issue? A veteran professional driver doesn’t think so. Better driver training and "common courtesy" are the real solutions to the problems caused by big rigs driving side by side on the freeways....More
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