NTEA bus division seeks public comment

January 2007
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The article reports that the Mid-Size Bus Manufacturers Association (MSBMA), an affiliate division of the National Truck Equipment Association, is soliciting for public comment that may enhance the quality of the recommended practice for weight distribution. The document is called "Recommended Practice 001--Weight distribution and Payload," and applies to mid-size buses.


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