Calif.'s Clean Truck Regulations Fuel Uncertainty

By: David C. Smith
– Law360

Manatt Land Use Partner David Smith wrote an article for Law360 about concern over California’s ban on the sale of any medium- or heavy-duty truck that emits any exhaust. 

The zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) mandate is a prominent regulatory step in California’s efforts to reduce the state’s environmental footprint, but opponents of the plan and stakeholders in the transportation sector are voicing concerns about whether compliance with the new mandates will be viable. Smith explains the details of the ZEV mandate, the authority of the California Air Resources Board to enforce emissions regulations and the implications for the transportation community.  

Read the full article in Law360 here.  



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