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California Tightening Diesel Rules

In addition to requiring cleaner-burning diesel engines next year, California Air Resources Board (CARB) has proposed tighter environmental regulations for the state’s drayage operators that would require all port truck drivers to drive zero-emissions vehicles…

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API Testing New Diesel Oil Categories

American Petroleum Institute’s lubricants group has established a New Category Development Team to launch the test-development phase of what will be a pair of new API diesel engine oil categories. …the service category will be known as PC-12.

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California Requiring More Inspections

California Air Resources Board (CARB) last month approved a regulation that would require some medium and heavy-duty trucks and bus owners to inspect their vehicles’ emissions control systems twice a year. The Heavy-Duty Inspection and…

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EPA Issues Emissions ‘Pre-Rule’

An Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) pre-rule issued Jan. 6 is the first formal step in an attempt by the agency to establish more stringent heavy-duty diesel truck emission standards for oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and…

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Anheuser-Busch Deploying Electric Trucks

Anheuser-Busch soon will deploy 21 battery-electric trucks in California to showcase economic and environmental sustainable warehousing and distribution technology for fleets, according to industry reports. The brewing company is deploying trucks from BYD Auto, manufacturer…

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Cummins Enacts California Recall

A voluntary recall affecting more than 500,000 Cummins engines has been initiated after an investigation by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) discovered excess emissions resulting from defective emissions after-treatment systems. Cummins has worked collaboratively…

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