Trying to standardize emissions rules

January 1, 2020


Land Line Now, Jan. 1, 2020.

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President Trump is attempting to create a single, national emissions standard. Also, we’ll have advice on how you can recover some downtime losses.

emissions Eight states, D.C., make pledge for zero-emission trucks

I. Today’s news with Terry Scruton

All the news that is new in the trucking industry, in one easy-to-listen-to package.

II. Cutting the cost of downtime

When a trucker is involved in a crash of any kind, it hits the pocketbook right away – including lost income from downtime. We’ll discuss how you can recover some downtime losses.

III. National emissions standards? Could happen

President Trump is attempting to create a national emissions standard. Also, how truck drivers take care of aging family while on the road. And Pennsylvania sparked some controversy during last year’s winter weather with some restrictions that targeted only trucks. Now, they are taking it a step further and passing new rules on the topic.

IV. A look back at 2019

It’s been a busy year in Washington, D.C., for trucking issues. We’ll talk a look back at some of the big headlines of 2019 in trucking.

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