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CARB Proposes New Trucking Segmentation to Achieve GHG Goals

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) outlined a proposal of Advanced Clean Truck regulations that would divide truck segments into three classes and help provide clear zero-emission vehicle sale goals in California to meet climate-change targets.

Proposed California Bill Aims to Ditch Diesel by 2050

A recent bill proposed by California State Senator Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley) lays out an even more aggressive plan for emissions reduction in the state and puts the transportation sector squarely in its crosshairs.

Renewable Diesel in Calif. Could Curb Emissions by 71%

The California Advanced Biofuels Alliance released a report detailing how California transitioning away from using petroleum diesel and toward sustainable diesel fuel would curb climate change and reduce health risks.

California Bill Calls for HD Truck Emissions Testing

Unlike passenger vehicles, which require biennial smog checks in California, heavy-duty diesel trucks are not currently required to undergo regular emissions testing. That might change with the introduction of a bill in the state Senate.

Hauling Cannabis and Cash: New Fleets Serve Exploding Industry

With recent cannabis legalization, new commercial fleets are springing up to transport pounds of marijuana and hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash. Navigating wildfire growth, ever-changing regulations, and federal illegality, it’s a fast learning curve for these new cannabis entrepreneurs — the legal ones, anyway.

FCA Will Pay $800M to Settle Diesel Dispute

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and a German auto supplier have agreed to settle claims and lawsuits arising from the 3.0-liter V-6 diesel engines installed in 104,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoBoost and Ram 1500 EcoBoost models sold in the U.S. in the 2014 to 2016 model years.