DOT extends comment period on trucking rules

August 2000
Furniture/Today;08/28/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 50, p32
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States Department of Transportation has extended to December 15, 2000 the deadline for filing comments on proposed changes to the hours-of-service rules for truck drivers. Implications of the proposals for furniture manufacturers; Aim of the proposals; Key provisions of the proposed rules.


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