The economy likely will stay in the doldrums until at least the middle of 2009, but the trucking industry may have weathered the worst of it.
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By Steve Sturgess, Executive Editor
Anticipation of 2010 emissions regulations could cause fleets to pre-buy equipment, but that might only weaken the market.
By Oliver B. Patton, Washington Editor
The federal law that sets long-term surface transportation policy will expire next October.
By Tom Berg
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Give me 10 cents and I'll hand you back a dollar.
By Deborah Whistler, Editor
A bad truck accident, plus public outcry for increased regulation equals more expensive trucks.
By Doug Condra, President
It shouldn't have taken a cash shortfall for the Highway Fund to be repaid.
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