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FMCSA Proposes All Interstate CMVs Have Electronic ID Systems

Federal trucking regulators have issued a proposal that would require every commercial motor vehicle operating in interstate commerce be equipped with an electronic identification system that would help inspectors better target high-risk motor carriers.

The advance notice of proposed rulemaking, issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration in a Sept. 21 Federal Register notice, asks stakeholders their thoughts on several critical questions — including privacy and security issues — on how the agency should proceed on myriad technology challenges.


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