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.
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Findings from six CARB researchers show a 50 percent reduction in pollutant compounds in ambient air.
A study by the California Trucking Association says CARB policies will put companies out of business and hike diesel prices.
The deadline for reporting under the Truck and Bus Regulation is March 30.
Objective of the program is to encourage early compliance with CARB’s on-road diesel vehicle and tractor-trailer greenhouse gas regulations.
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