The California Air Resources Board is accepting comment on proposed alterations to three truck emissions rules.
The proposed national fuel economy and greenhouse gas reduction standards, electronic on-board recorders, CAT vocational trucks and a Hoover Dam bridge are among the trucking issues featured.
California Air Resources Board is considering delaying particulate matter rules from 2011 to 2012 and truck replacement from 2013 to 2015.
California Air Resources Board will enforce the January compliance deadline, but will consider an option for meeting the standard.
Applications for grants worth up to $50,000 toward purchase of a newer truck are expected to open in October.
The state’s Air Resources Board will solicit input on modifying the truck and bus and drayage truck regulations.
Reduce cost per mile and increase payload by choosing lightweight materials that don’t compromise durability. And don’t forget features that will help at resale.
The EPA and the California Air Resources Board have presented preliminary proposals aimed at alleged compliance loopholes noted by Navistar.
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