CARB Stocking Stuffers = A Lump of Coal for Many Truck Owners?

12/24/2013, Articles, Joe Rajkovacz, Comments (1)
Road rumors and misinformation have always gone hand-in-hand when talking CARB regulations. Unfortunately, listening to bad information right now could end up costing you. There are alternative compliance options available and now is the time to figure out if one will work for you.

CARB Announces New Compliance Options

11/18/2013, Articles, Joe Rajkovacz, Comments (0)
The California Air Resource Board's Statewide Truck and Bus regulation issued a regulatory advisory that could offer relief for some truck owners facing a January 1, 2014 compliance date.

Understanding CARB Regulations: Part IV

5/2/2013, Articles, Joe Rajkovacz, Comments (4)
Learn about the four California Air Resources Board (CARB) regulations on trucks being enforced that make up the bulk of enforcement actions being taken against truckers (citations).
Understanding CARB Regulations: Part III

Understanding CARB Regulations: Part III

4/24/2013, Articles, Joe Rajkovacz, Comments (0)
Learn about the CARB Tractor-Trailer Greenhouse Gas Regulation and the Transportation Refrigeration Unit (TRU)Regulation.
Understanding CARB Regulations: Part II

Understanding CARB Regulations: Part II

4/17/2013, Articles, Joe Rajkovacz, Comments (3)
If trucking in California, there are seven specific California Air Resources Board (CARB) regulations currently being enforced on truckers, brokers, shippers and receivers. This article will focus on compliance for the Statewide Truck rules for those operating one to three trucks.

Understanding CARB Regulations: Part I

4/8/2013, Articles, Joe Rajkovacz, Comments (6)
To suggest California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) diesel engine rules are controversial is an understatement and their mere existence stokes significant confusion amongst most truckers. Here is some information to explain how CARB got their authority and why they decided to regulate in-use trucks. 
Internet Truckstop CARB Webinar Series

Internet Truckstop CARB Webinar Series

3/7/2013, Articles, Kaitlin Cathey, Comments (8)
When you travel on the road during the day, it can be difficult to attend a webinar from your computer. Internet Truckstop recently held a webinar series “Will you be able to drive in California?” and we have summarized the information for Team Run Smart members to read at your convenience. 

Update from CARB

12/4/2012, Articles, Bill McClusky, Comments (7)
The California Air Resources Board (ARB) has issued an enforcement reminder letter for vehicles subject to the Truck and Bus Regulation that have year-end clean-up requirements.  The letter reminds fleets that heavier vehicles with 2000 to 2004 model year engines must have verified soot filters and/or upgrades to newer vehicles by January 1, 2013. Are you prepared for the new regulation?

The New CARB Greenhouse Gas Regulation

10/15/2012, Articles, Bill McClusky, Comments (14)
When you hear CARB (the California Air Resources Board) has created a new regulation, you probably start to feel uneasy about what this new law is going to cost you. But the new CARB Greenhouse Gas Regulation is good for the environment and will save you money for the long haul.

CARB Regulations - What you need to know and how to be prepared.

7/11/2012, Articles, Bill McClusky, Comments (12)
Trying to navigate through the Air Resources Board website for info on the CARB regulations can be difficult. There’s tons of information and it can be hard to determine what’s relevant to you and what you need to know for your business.
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