11Surprise CARB Inspections

In an effort to crack down on trucks which are not in compliance with state’s emissions and diesel particulate filter standards, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) set up a surprise inspection station on Highway 99 in Fresno. They cited nine trucks for violations. The fines range from $300 to $1000/month depending upon the infraction.
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Devine runs a fleet of trucks CARB-compliant through 2021 and beyond.

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