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12/13/2018
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General announced last week that it will investigate concerns surrounding the agency’s use of research by Tennessee Tech University. The school last year produced a study claiming that gliders do not produce greater emissions of greenhouse gases or particulate matter than new trucks. Read More

12/12/2018
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General announced last week that it will investigate concerns surrounding the agency’s use of research by Tennessee Tech University. The school last year produced a study claiming that gliders do not produce greater emissions of greenhouse gases or particulate matter than new trucks. Read More

12/10/2018
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is currently in the process of sorting through the more than 5,100 comments filed on its advanced notice of proposed rulemaking — the first phase of a potential review of hours of service regulations that govern truck drivers’ work schedules — and is deciding whether it will proceed with a proposal to overhaul those regs, says Joe DeLorenzo, FMCSA’s director of enforcement and compliance. Read More

12/6/2018
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General announced last week that it will investigate concerns surrounding the agency’s use of research by Tennessee Tech University. The school last year produced a study claiming that gliders do not produce greater emissions of greenhouse gases or particulate matter than new trucks. Read More

11/27/2018
It won’t be long before year-end informed opinions and wild guesses appear. In the meantime, here’s an early jump on 2019 predictions and trends that will extend beyond the new year. The points were made by speakers at the recent MarketWaves 18 conference near Dallas, put on the by trucking data company FreightWaves. Read More

11/20/2018
In a brief tweet posted Thursday, Tesla boss Elon Musk says the company has “acquired trucking capacity” to help aid in the delivery of its Model 3 electric car, which has been plagued by production problems and years-late deliveries to those who ordered the vehicle. Read More

11/16/2018
The California Air Resources Board on Thursday announced that, starting for year-model 2022 vehicles, heavy-duty engines will need to store data related to emissions of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and fuel consumption. The data will be used by regulators to “identify vehicles with excess smog-related and greenhouse gas emission,” CARB said in a press release Thursday. Read More

11/13/2018
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday afternoon announced plans to explore overhauling emissions regulations for heavy-duty trucks and engines, aiming for greater simplicity of emissions regulations and national uniformity of such regs, said EPA Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler. Read More

11/1/2018
A group of organizations representing cattle farmers and honey bee producers has filed a petition with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration asking the agency to allow drivers hauling livestock, bees and fish 16 hours of on-duty time and 15 hours of drive time per shift. Read More

10/30/2018
When new fuel and emissions standards came into play in 2014, engine OEMs more closely embraced lower viscosity oils. However, some fleets have been reluctant to turn to a thinner fluid whose sole purpose is to prevent hot metal engine parts from seizing up. Read More

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