West Virginia is expected to continue its anti-idling law that exempts truckers who idle for heat and cooling under specific conditions.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is expected to sign the bill that extends the rule banning heavy truck idling more than 15 minutes an hour. The bill removes a sunset date of May 1 that was in the original rule from June 2010. Fines for violations range between $150 and $300.
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