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

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Updated Jan 12, 2021
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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