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Mexican trucks to be able to travel freely throughout USA soon

tommie gorman

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It was merely a comment about the inspections done on Commercial vehicles. The roofers are the worst. There trailers are terrible they haul old shingles off with. It don't take much to keep the trailer up. And if it breaks down, they seem in no hurry to pick it up. Mine would be hauled off before sundown. But there's just sit there for days.

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The program was originally authorized by the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement but was delayed more than 12 years due to concerns that Mexican trucks weren't safe.

Government officials and border trade alliances say the program will streamline the flow of goods across the border and enhance U.S. and Mexican economies.

Inspectors will conduct on-site audits of the companies to ensure their trucks and drivers meet all U.S. safety and security requirements, according to Peters who added that the federal government has 540 trained inspectors ready.

The speed of the US Government to produce 540 new inspectors, 12 years, amazing.  :shock:

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The speed of the US Government to produce 540 new inspectors, 12 years, amazing. 

LoL.... how the **** can it take that long to get 540 new inspectors. Find some people without jobs, give them the training and there you have it, 540 new inspectors within a year or 2.

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