Two new Georgia laws serve to accommodate the rising number of trucks and electric vehicles on the road, which is expected to increase exponentially in coming decades.
The Georgia state Senate on March 23 approved a measure that would temporarily allow vehicles carrying forestry and agricultural products to weigh up to 88,000 pounds on Georgia roads.
Officials in multiple states have lifted restrictions on truck weight limits to allow delivery vehicles involved in emergency relief efforts to accommodate more freight during the coronavirus pandemic.
Trucking companies using weigh station bypass services save time and money. However, each system operates differently, meaning what works well for one fleet, doesn’t automatically work for another. A whitepaper from PrePass helps fleets make this important decision.March 20, 2019