Truckers whose trucks are missing the manufacturer’s sticker that certified compliance with the regulations when the trucks were built don’t have anything to worry about. On Dec. 29 the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration withdrew a notice of proposed rulemaking. OOIDA opposed the proposed regulation.
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