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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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