A leading proponent of repealing a tax on the purchase of new trucks called on colleagues to endorse his effort.October 24, 2023
The repeal of a tax on the purchase of new trucks was discussed during a recent hearing in the U.S. House of Representatives.September 20, 2023
When they return from their August recess, congressional policymakers should begin the process of repealing a tax on the purchase of new trucks, freight stakeholders indicated recently.August 24, 2023
WASHINGTON — A coalition of freight stakeholders called for greater emphasis on the heavy-duty sector as federal lawmakers and regulators prioritize electric vehicles nationwide.July 27, 2023
Repeal of the federal excise tax on heavy-duty commercial vehicles should be a key tool in the push to reduce trucking’s greenhouse gas emissions through electrification, a study says.
A senior trucking industry executive voiced concerns about challenges in ensuring sufficient charging infrastructure exists for adopting commercial EVs nationwide.April 18, 2023
WASHINGTON — Federal policymakers seeking to modernize freight industry vehicles should revisit efforts to repeal a long-standing excise tax on new trucks, the leader of American Trucking Associations told a Senate committee Feb. 15.February 15, 2023
A question to ask the decision-makers in Washington: If the goal is to get more cleaner, greener trucks on the road, why does the federal government keep the 12% federal excise tax on the sale of a new truck?
Two U.S. senators proposed repealing the excise tax on new trucks as an effort to modernize the freight industry.July 26, 2021