The 10-44: Biden’s ‘midnight regs’ snare trucking reforms, why truck maintenance costs soared in 2020

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Cost per mechanical repair (excluding tires and tow) topped $500 for the second consecutive quarter, and reached the highest amount in Q3 since FleetNet started its benchmarking report in late 2017.
Cost per mechanical repair (excluding tires and tow) topped $500 for the second consecutive quarter, and reached the highest amount in Q3 since FleetNet started its benchmarking report in late 2017.

This week on The 10-44: Jason offers insights into potential trucking regulations on President-elect Joe Biden’s early chopping block and breaks down why break downs are costing fleets more.

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Truck repair costs hit record high in 2020: