Pulse

| July 03, 2012

The agency also did its own study as part of its initiative to improve crash accountability, but has kept it under wraps. “FMCSA should release the results of its study, identify the specific concerns that caused it to place the planned solution on hold, and commit to a timeline for addressing this issue,” said ATA president and CEO Bill Graves.

Surely the agency could find a starting point in crash accountability that doesn’t penalize innocent truckers and provides for an appeal process. The livelihood of too many drivers and carriers is at stake.

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