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Oregon Leading the Way On California VMT Planning

States are taking the question of highway funding into their own hands as the federal government dithers and one of the leading ideas is charging motorists for the miles they travel—vehicle miles traveled (VMT). This is especially important with the increasing fuel economy numbers reducing the take on the gas tax, not to mention hybrids […]

California Construction Trucking Association Will Appeal Ninth Circuit Decision To U.S. Supreme Court

UPLAND, Calif., March 4, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued its decision on March 3, 2015 regarding the California Construction Trucking Association (formerly the California Dump Truck Owners Association) ongoing litigation (CDTOA v. Nichols) challenging the legality of the California Air Resource Boards (CARB) burdensome Statewide Truck and […]

California Central Valley To Ban Fossil Fuels?

A recent article in the Fresno Bee forecasts that the area of the state with some of the worst air quality is seriously considering banning the use of gasoline and diesel fuels to meet proposed U. S. Environmental Protection Agency ozone and nitrogen oxide (NOX) standards.

Drivers Under the Influence of Drugs On the Rise

Many Blame the Legalization Of Marijuana For many years, campaigns and extra patrolling throughout the U.S. has been done in an effort to put a stop to drunk driving and the horrific accidents that such actions cause. Today at almost every sobriety checkpoint stops are also checking for drivers under the influence of drugs, and […]

CARB Options in 2015

by Sean Edgar, CleanFleets.net By the time you read this, the January 2015 window to “opt into” CARB extensions for older diesel trucks is closed. This article summarizes the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Truck and Bus Regulation implementation in 2015 and new grant funding for small fleets in the LA, Orange, San Bernardino and […]

The Freightliner guide to determining a truck’s real cost

For those out of compliance and fearful of no equipment equity Freighliner has a guide to determining a truck’s real cost. With the California Air Resources Board (CARB) deadline 9 days away (January 1, 2015) for many, this could be helpful. Click on the image on the left or the link button below to get […]

CCTA’s New Restocking Fee

EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 31, 2014 CCTA has started to receive many non-members and some members calling to have us buy back or return supplies they have purchased claiming either they do not need them anymore or that they are not what they needed. Some of these requests to return or buy back product has been in […]