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As we near the end of 2020, we approach the perfect time to reassess how to meet CARB regulations and keep your fleet rolling clear into 2021. If you are new to meeting CARB (California Air Resources Board) emissions standards, we’re here to demystify them for you. And if you’ve had CARB compliancy rules on…

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The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is holding the first One-Stop Truck event, and you are invited! No need to haul out and take time away from your office—Hop onto the Internet and receive the valuable presentations on regulatory compliance, new technology options, and financial assistance, all rolled into one convenient virtual webinar. Register to…

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Our entire staff here at Advanced Emission delivers a big Thank You to all of our nation’s truck drivers! Without you, our economy would come to a screeching halt. Without the many hours you devote to on-time transport, goods would never make it by ship, rail, and plane to their final destinations. We recognize that…

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The fallout of the Lawson CARB lawsuit prevented small truck companies to delay conforming to emissions requirements. In the Central Coast NOx-Exempt Counties. But did you know that when you operate under the AG Mileage Extension, you could take advantage of a special allowance for retrofits until January 1st of 2023? Download our AG Extension…

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We’re less than three months away from the deadline for CARB compliancy for all NOx-Exempt Central Coast Counties. Don’t fall asleep at the wheel! The regulations for diesel emission compliancy rules are in flux, and regardless of wherever you operate your fleet in California, we keep you informed of updates in CARB rules to keep…

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Shows magnifying glass revealing clues with headline Read about recent decision on CARB lawsuit.

Have you heard the latest CARB lawsuit news affecting diesel emission compliance? The California Air Resources Board (CARB) lost its appeal to allow small truck companies to delay compliance with emissions requirements. This January 31st ruling declared that CARB did not conform to the proper procedures when it allowed small fleets a temporary reprieve from…

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Deadlines are looming, and some have already passed. The fines and penalties extend into the thousands of dollars when Federal and State trucking standards are violated. Are you aware that: The Federal Motor Carrier Association (FMCSA) Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate went into effect December 18, 2017. The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) declared April…

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The ELD Extension Act of 2017, H.R. 3282, was introduced in July by House Representative Brian Babin (R-TX) to delay implementation of the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Rule for two years. This rule, which would prevent funds from being applied “to implement or enforce” the ELD Rule scheduled to go into effect December 18th of…

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