Congress Rolls Back Federal Trucking Rule
A Federal rule that some say had negative impacts on the trucking industry will no longer be enforced.
The rule mandated that drivers couldn't drive overnight and had to wait 34 hours between driving shifts, including waiting until 5 a.m. to hit the road, rules that Brian Brundige of Terpening Trucking says was handcuffing truckers.
Brundige and Hanna talk about the benefits of repealing the rule:
Also in attendance were Mike Teal of Teal's Express, Mike Chellis of the New York Motor Truck Association and Mark Henderson of Patriot Tank Lines.