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It’s a complex world. So many issues impact how the trucking industry operates.
Each year, our team of experts monitors thousands of bills and regulations, and advocates tirelessly on behalf of our members.
Let us help you understand how new policies impact your business. We can provide you with the tools and resources needed to stay ahead of the game and in compliance.
Air Resources Board (ARB) Regulations: All owners of diesel trucks, trailers and transport refrigeration units or “reefers” that operate in California are required to take steps to reduce air pollution. Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is necessary to meet federally imposed clean air standards and to reduce the adverse health effects from pollution.
Basic Inspection of Terminals (BIT) Program: The program allows the CHP to determine if motor carriers are complying with motor carrier safety regulations, particularly regarding the legal requirement to maintain commercial motor vehicles according to a scheduled maintenance (preventive maintenance) program.
Electronic Logging Device (ELD Rule): The rule is intended to help create a safer work environment for drivers and make it easier and faster to accurately track, manage and share records-of-duty-status (RODS) data.
Federal Hours of Service Regulations and State Hours of Service Regulations: These rules are intended to reduce driver fatigue by limiting the number of daily and weekly hours drivers spend driving and working.