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EPA and NHTSA Waiting for Comments on Heavy Truck Fuel-Efficiency Regulations
With a pair of public hearing in the books, the trucking industry can now officially submit comments on the proposed rulemaking that seeks to create fuel mileage and emission standards for medium- and heavy-duty trucks.
It was believed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the DOT’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that medium-and heavy-duty trucks can get 10 to 20 percent better fuel economy and 20 percent decrease in damaging emissions utilizing technology that exists today. The end of July 2011 is the date the regulators say when a final rule could be in place. The model years targeted for the enhancements to be made at the manufacturing level are from 2014-2018.
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Don’t let worries about past unemployment and CSA 2010 safety issues prevent you from a great opportunity. CSA 2010
Many drivers and owner operators are fearful of making the move to a new driving job. They are afraid that once they apply for a new job their past safety and inspection records will be made known and that their past record will not allow them to be hired. First of all, you really have no way to know how you stack up against other drivers or owner operators. You make think your safety record is not acceptable when in fact in may be better than the majority of drivers! Full Article
Burns Harbor Makes It Harder for Trucking Companies to Locate in Town
Directly behind last month’s approval by another board of a new 250 semi-truck parking lot in town, the Burns Harbor Advisory Plan Commission embarked on plans to do away with such uses in certain zoning districts.
Commission president Jeff Freeze threw spotlight on the zoning bill, which would have to be authorized by the Town Council.