Velocity Truck Centers Acquires Central California Truck and Trailer Sales


Velocity Truck Centers (VTC), the leading group of commercial vehicle dealerships in the Southwest, is pleased to announce that the company has acquired Central California Truck and Trailer Sales, Inc. (CCTTS), the leading independent used-truck and new/used trailer retailer in California. Warren Auwae, CCTTS’s founder, has joined VTC and will be responsible for the combined trailer and used truck operations of CCTTS and VTC.

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Thousands of Commercial Trucks Likely to be Denied Registration in 2020 by California DMV


According to the California Air Resources Board (CARB), there are more than 400,000 Heavy Duty diesel vehicles based in California who obtain registration from the California DMV.
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CARB To Host Webinar on Truck and Bus Rule Standards


Over the past several years, the California Air Resources Board has implemented several comprehensive regulations to control emissions from heavy duty, diesel engines operating in California.
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CARB Approves $48M Allocation for CalCAP On-Road Loan Program


On Thursday, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) adopted the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year Funding Plan for Clean Transportation Incentives. The Funding Plan serves as the blueprint for expending the Clean Transportation Incentives funds appropriated to CARB in the State budget.
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Los Angeles/Long Beach Trucking Company Replaces Existing Diesel Fleet with Near-Zero Emissions Heavy Duty Trucks


Total Transportation Systems, Inc. rolls 40 new near-zero emission trucks into port service with financing through Crossroads
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Crossroads Launches Outreach Campaign Ahead of California ARB Registration Ban


More than 100,000 trucks stand to lose registration in 2020
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Crossroads Equipment Lease & Finance Welcomes Shelby Chase and Mike Peterson


National Transportation Lender Expands Customer Service and Syndication Teams
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Fleets of 10 or Less See Additional Opportunity in California


For the past 7 years, California has required any heavy-duty diesel vehicle over 14,000 pounds GVWR operating in California to meet strict in-use emissions standards or face large fines and possible registration holds from DMV.
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Get While the Getting is Good


Nothing is Free, but the state may make it cheaper. There is not much of an argument against transitioning the transportation fleet to a zero-emission platform, in theory at least.
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Thousands of fleets denied registration in California


The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has issued several thousand DMV registration holds for non-compliant equipment currently operating in California.
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