With the largest threshold of requiring 2007 or newer trucks behind the drayage truck industry, we need to be looking ahead. The next deadline is January 2023 which currently requires the use of 2010 or newer trucks to service California’s ocean and rail terminals. However, there is a big push for the state to move towards zero emission heavy-duty trucks. Alternative fuels, hybrids and fuel cells are the technologies that rank at the top of the list. The challenge is not putting the cart before the horse. These technologies have to be developed and their success ensured before regulations for their use can be written and implemented.