More and more, owner-operators are choosing to hold on to high-performing older equipment and run routes that keep them far away from the Golden State rather than upgrade to meet CARB emissions requirements.
The California Construction Trucking Association has appealed a December 2012 ruling that CCTA says was a non-decision in its nearly two-year-long case with CARB's truck regulations.
California-based owner-operator Jez realized he'd need to upgrade his emissions system in the near term -- he delayed the need by, well, buying old.
California's Air Resources Board has created a new webpage to offer drivers and fleets guidance on determining the compliance of refrigerated units.
For those making runs in California, be ready — state officials are set to begin Jan. 1 strict enforcement of new regulations for truck exhaust and will be dinging violators about $1,000 per violation.
California's Air Resources Board throughout the month of August held a statewide inspection blitz in which it checked more than 4,000 trucks for compliance.
Although the deadline has passed for small fleet owners to opt for California’s phased-in greenhouse gas compliance schedule, officials have hinted registering sooner rather than later could be beneficial.
FMCSA nixes EOBR mandate, states looking for trucking options, U.S. trucker jailed in Mexico
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