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Until I think but they -- Vasily with us and make -- -- happy early fourth to you as well.
They -- it will talking about driving right lots of folks are going to be hitting the roads in the skies and a seems to get to -- July 4 weekend hot spots and we're talking about these new rules.
Regulations that just went into effect earlier this week -- certainly impacting truckers and trucking businesses out there went on to take us through you.
-- -- -- -- -- Accurately federally regulated rule went into -- fact that limit the amount of time that drivers can spend on the road.
There's three main parts to the new regulations.
One isn't that they can only worked seventy hours a week that's down from -- -- few hours and -- implemented these what they're called restart and eighth but that means for every seven hours that a truck -- work.
They have to take 34 hours -- and within a 34 hours you have to have two time period between -- and Friday.
And then the last part -- for every eight -- you have to take it very break.
Now proponents of the lot say that this will reduce driver fatigue and make it -- more stable -- the economy.
Millions of guys that way but the trucking industry has found.
It kind of biting back a little bit saying that -- too -- there too -- -- and that actually it's gonna hurt the industry.
By reducing capacity and productivity.
Making -- laugh flexible for drivers and -- really hurt drivers wage.
You have to imagine that as much particularly yet edit the drivers everybody is concerned about safety.
They're probably more immediately concerned about the lost business and those reduced wages as a result of this.
That's right he a lot of -- businesses are trackers and a lot of fun businesses rely on that -- industry to get their raw materials.
I have one tracker kind of -- -- -- the heat but that's just take that thirty minute break.
He's that by the time I -- -- highway and find parking because he would explain that.
He -- eighteen Wheeler hard to find parking for that.
And with now with more mandate -- that they have to take these breaks and even last parking now.
But -- I just got pulled and takes the thirty minute break and they get back on the highway.
We're talking about 45 minutes to an hour -- now that's about 45 to fifty miles that he could have gone in our.
And a lot of these truckers get hit by the hour Arabic paper out of my office and the that would be about 300 miles a week in the huge -- -- -- -- their.
300 miles a week -- my ass.
That's where it.
What is sorry Kevin was there any come.
The amount of accidents happening as a result to fifteen from drivers on the -- that -- that expense and that.
Yet there have.
A lot of different studies out there.
But the hottest ticker tapes methane at this new rule will save about Aladdin and that's a year and a lot of times when there -- -- and -- tracker.
But he is blamed an independent -- in at a trucking industry that's.
Fatigue is a problem but -- that.
That's scheduled for these drivers are so very that you can't you -- -- -- Be thinking now that have -- -- -- at everybody and twenty seconds here on.
I I know -- there was eighteen months that it -- for these rules to be implemented did anything change over that year and a half.
You know it cost a lot of money for the trucking industry in -- million to implement these rules and you know the funny thing -- and if these regulations have -- court both sides actually I need regulations industry wants last you know less restrictions and that they hot at one more.
-- everything that's regulated.
Becomes problematic and expensive your article up on our website on this very topic rates up at -- and enjoy your holiday and it is good to see you yeah I -- all right.
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