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OOIDA Declares War Against Bad Regulations — And They Want Your Help

OOIDA Declares War Against Bad Regulations — And They Want Your Help

The Owner Operator Independent Driver Association has launched an aggressive new campaign to fight against the overregulation of the trucking industry.

The new campaign is called “Knock Out Bad Regs” and OOIDA says that it was created to send a message to the new White House about how the trucking industry is currently struggling under the burden of an increasing number of regulatory rules. OOIDA’s campaign is supported by a new launched website at FightingforTrucking.com.

While many overreaching regulations are mentioned, the ELD Mandate and Speed Limiters are a major point of contention throughout the site.

From the website:

“Interstate truckers must put up with thousands of trucking-specific federal regulatory rules. It takes a publication the size of a thick phone book and hundreds of pages of tiny print to contain all those regs, yet very few have been shown to advance highway safety. With the new President and Congressional leadership on Capitol Hill committing to reduce regulatory burdens on small businesses, we are launching a multifaceted campaign to rally the trucking community to push lawmakers and the White House to keep their promises.”

The site focuses on empowering truck drivers in the fight against overregulation. It features:

  • A survey to help OOIDA identify the most harmful trucking regulations. OOIDA wants your help to identity the 10 regulations that are the most harmful to the trucking industry. Click here to take the survey.
  • A call for story submissions and testimonials on how regulations have negatively impacted you personally. You can click here to share you regulation horror stories.
  • A tool to help you identify the proper lawmakers to contact about bad regulations and suggestions on how you can schedule a meeting with those lawmakers. Click on the link here to get started.

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