NHTSA to Propose Truck Speed Limiters

January 5, 2011: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it will propose requiring speed limiters on heavy trucks at 68 mph after trucking groups asked for the regulation.

NHTSA said Monday that it would grant petitions from American Trucking Associations and Road Safe America to require manufacturers to install devices that would limit heavy truck speeds to 68 mph.

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