FOR THE RECORD/The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency alleges that thousands of Navistar Inc. engines sold as pre-2010 models were actually assembled during 2010 and are subject to fines up to $37,500 per violation for not ...
FYI: TRUCKING NEWS IN BRIEF/The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has certified Daimler Trucks North America’s complete portfolio of model year 2013 on-highway, vocational and medium-duty vehicles as fully compliant with the new greenhouse gas 2014 ...
Year's top owner-operator named, N.C., Virginia and Missouri in tolling program, FMCSA wants EOBR survey excluded and more industry news items are featured.
Driver harassment, the hours rule, Navistar's engine transision, sleep apnea regulations and more industry news items are featured.
Company has permission to continue to sell new heavy-duty truck engines as long as the company still has enough emissions credits.
Report claims agency underestimated emission compliance costs for new trucks by a factor of two to five for model years 2004-2010.
FOR THE RECORD/ Navistar has submitted its MaxxForce 13 diesel engine to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for compliance testing.
DTNA’s GHG14 compliance came a year ahead of the mandate for certification by the EPA and the Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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