California Drayage Mandates

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  1. robkretire

    robkretire Bobtail Member

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    Is anyone in Drayage in California? Aware of the new low to no emissions requirements coming down the pipe? What are you doing? You can't get trucks, electric zero emission trucks are $350K, a used 2016 with 400K miles I saw was $160K?
    Time to move? Does anyone have solutions?
     
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  3. kranky1

    kranky1 Road Train Member

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    The eco-loons have had Commiefornia circling the bowl since the ‘80’s. You should hear a gurgle any time now. Flee.
     
  4. Mike250rs

    Mike250rs Heavy Load Member

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    It will get delayed again and again.. In the mean time, look for technicalities that will allow you to run with standard trucks.

    It could be as simple as changing your HQ to across the line but having a yard in Cali.
     
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  5. welldigger00

    welldigger00 Light Load Member

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    I just picked up a load at Long Beach, I had to register with, CARB, generate a SCAC account, and drayage as well. I had to have a TWIC card, and register for the day pass.
     
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  6. Lexuslane

    Lexuslane Medium Load Member

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    Elections have consequences .
    One political party runs California .
    And has see what’s happening to it .

    I wish the truckers in California would just park their rigs and not move them until the loons running the govt get some common sense .
     
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  7. TheLoadOut

    TheLoadOut Road Train Member

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  8. psyclone

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    As much as I'd like to agree with @Mike250rs, it's a slowly developing reality out here. There are tons of articles you can google about it but this state plans on ZEV by 2035 :eek: Here's an excerpt from their current draft that goes into effect 1/1/24.

    "Section 2014.1 In-Use On-Road Heavy-Duty Drayage Trucks Requirements and Compliance Deadlines (a) Requirements and Compliance Deadlines. Drayage trucks subject to this regulation must meet the following requirements by the compliance deadlines detailed in both Phase 1 and Phase 2. (1) (2) (3)

    Phase 1 Requirements (A) (B) (C) Beginning January 1, 2024, all drayage trucks registering for the first time in The CARB Online System must be equipped with and operate a zero-emission powertrain as a zeroemission vehicle. Beginning January 1, 2024, a legacy drayage truck must visit a regulated seaport or intermodal railyard at least once each calendar year, to remain in compliance with section 2014. Trucks that have not met their annual visit requirement will be excluded from The CARB Online System and considered as noncompliant, by March 31st of each calendar year, beginning in 2025. Beginning January 1, 2025, all legacy drayage trucks registered in The CARB Online System will be excluded from The CARB Online System and considered as noncompliant, by March 31st of each calendar year, after the later of the time periods specified below in subsection 1. or 2. 1. 2. 13 years from the model year that the original engine and emissions control system of that drayage truck was first certified for use by CARB or U.S. EPA, or The date that the drayage truck exceeded 800,000 vehicle miles traveled or 18 years from the model year that the original engine and emissions control system of that drayage truck was first certified for use by CARB or U.S. EPA (whichever comes earlier)."


    https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/sites/default/files/2022-04/220506acfdraftdrayage_ADA.pdf
     
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  9. kranky1

    kranky1 Road Train Member

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    That might work, if the rate on containers increases 4x. I can’t think of anything except dirt that pays less to haul. Why do they think those guys were all operating junk on its last legs to begin with? The consumer better hold both hands over their ###, there isn’t enough money in the industry for the carriers to eat that kind of increase to operating costs.
     
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  10. MACK E-6

    MACK E-6 Moderator Staff Member

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    Sounds like some ports in other states might wind up seeing a lot more business.
     
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