Mexican truck capacity concern ticks up over tractor trailer rule

A Mexican government mandate intended to reduce accidents by requiring that all double tractor trailers meet new certification requirements is sparking shipper fears of higher rates. The rule will reduce available truck capacity and may spur some shippers to move more cargo by more expensive single-trailer trucks or convert cargo to intermodal rail.
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