There were two developments in the continuing saga of requiring speed limiters on trucks, one in this country and one in Canada.
Here’s what our colleague at Overdrive James Jaillet wrote:
“A Canadian appellate court ruled this week that the Ontario province’s 2009-implemented truck speed limiter law will remain in effect, despite the court’s majority opinion that the devices could endanger truck operators.”
“A looming rule to mandate the use of speed limiting devices on heavy trucks has been delayed, according to a notice on the White House’s Office of Management and Budget’s rulemaking portal.
“The OMB, which must stamp approval on rules prior to their publication, has added a note to the status of the so-dubbed Heavy Vehicle Speed Limiter rule that says “review extended,” a change made Sept. 1.”
Not surprisingly, some folks weighed in on the topic: