FleetOwner Newsline - Nov 20th, 2023
FMCSA releases final broker rule
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November 20, 2023
With current regulations driving the EV transition, industry executives speculate whether the regulations need amending to reach emissions goals.
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The agency has published a ruling that outlines requirements for brokers and freight forwarders, and their financial institutions, to ensure carriers get paid.

Chevron is working to lower the lifecycle carbon intensity of the transportation industry. We’re producing renewable fuels that work in existing engines while also supporting partners to set policies that innovate for the future. That’s energy in progress.

When something goes wrong with a truck, a root cause analysis can help make sure that it does not happen again.

Steve Whaley, Director of Autogas Business Development for the Propane Education & Research Council talks about how after decades of reliably providing energy as a vehicle fuel, propane is now also reducing emissions as an EV charging solution.

The zero-emission Freightliners are ahead of more stringent fleet equipment rules that begin to take shape out West in 2024. The FleetOwner 500 carrier said the EVs will operate in Southern California as it works to reduce carbon emissions this decade.

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Refrigerated truckload volumes increased in October ahead of the busy holiday freight season, but truckload rates “remained sluggish,” according to new data from DAT Freight & Analytics.

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CARB's funding plan will continue to help Californians switch to zero-emission vehicles.

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Safety experts share tips on how to best implement driver incentives to keep assets safe on the road.
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