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FMCSA Confirms Permanent ‘restart Rollback’ Based On Study Results

FMCSA confirms permanent ‘restart rollback’ based on study results

Not only did the drivers operating under the more restrictive regulations show no greater levels of safety, in some cases they were less safe, according to FMCSA’s summary of the research provided to Congress this week. The 34-hour restart regulations took effect July 1, 2013, and were suspended on Dec. 15, 2014, following widespread pushback from the industry. Congress suspended those provisions in December 2014 and required FMCSA to perform the study to determine whether they could go back into effect. read more at

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