Numerous government regulations and high equipment costs are two of the
main reasons that life is harder for truckers in Bishop and Independence
than in any other part of the country, according to a recent survey.
California, Virginia, Ohio, New Jersey, and Massachusetts were the worst
states in the Union for small trucking companies and independent drivers,
an assessment that J.B. Hunt’s Regional Operational Manager Scott
Chatten did not dispute. He says that the CARB clean air rules mean expensive
equipment and costly fuel. Others cited the 2014 court decision which
requires a paid meal break in the first five hours of a shift. The Piece-Rate
law, which took effect January 1, creates an additional paperwork burden
Tennessee, Washington, Oklahoma, Texas and Indiana, were the best places
to own a small shipping
Common Trucker Vehicle Code Violations
Environmental and business regulations may be good or bad, largely depending
on your economic and political perspective. But some provisions in the
Vehicle Code, along with the way they are enforced, undoubtedly make California
a trucker un-friendly state.
Some of the most frequent violations include:
Overweight Violations: Inspectors are supposed to give truckers an opportunity to shift their
loads or offload some cargo before issuing these citations, but such leniency
is not always
Truck Speed Limit: The downhill grade from the Nevada border to Barstow is one of the most
highly-enforced roadway sections in the Golden State.
Lane Violation: As the Grapevine moves into Bakersfield and Fresno, the speed limit is
not as much of a problem, but the heavy traffic makes it difficult to
adhere to the no-left-lane rule.
Commercial drivers accrue
points at a 50 percent greater rate than non-commercial drivers.
Getting Legal Help
The aggressive attorneys at Bigger & Harman, APC, are committed to
giving individuals a voice when dealing with speeding and traffic tickets.
Call today at 661-349-9300 or email
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