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Tractor-trailers roll with the traffic on Interstate 5 near Fife, Wash. The American Trucking Associations backs a proposal to limit the speed of heavy-duty vehicles.

PHOTO BY TED S. WARREN / AP
Tractor-trailers roll with the traffic on Interstate 5 near Fife, Wash. The American Trucking Associations backs a proposal to limit the speed of heavy-duty vehicles.

premiumRule drafted to limit big-rig speed

The federal government has issued a proposed rule requiring heavy-duty vehicles to be equipped with devices that would limit their speed on U.S. roadways, a measure it believes will help save lives and more than $1 billion in fuel costs each year. The long-awaited proposal was released Friday by the...

Rule drafted to limit big-rig speed

The federal government has issued a proposed rule requiring heavy-duty vehicles to be equipped with devices that would limit their speed on U.S. roadways, a measure it believes will help save lives and more than $1 billion in fuel costs each year.

Rule drafted to limit big-rig speed

The federal government has issued a proposed rule requiring heavy-duty vehicles to be equipped with devices that would limit their speed on U.S. roadways, a measure it believes will help save lives and more than $1 billion in fuel costs each year.

VW, dealers agree to used-car buybacks

Volkswagen AG, working to settle up with dealerships after admitting its emissions-cheating scheme, will buy back its unfixable used vehicles from U.S. dealers under the same terms as those given consumers, lawyers for the 652 dealerships said in a statement Friday.

Corn crop showing heat-damage signs; forecast doubt cast

Participants in an annual tour of the U.S. corn belt are finding evidence that a recent U.S. government forecast for record production this year may be overstated and that hot weather has harmed the crop.

Auto, high-tech sectors in car clash

WASHINGTON -- Cars that wirelessly communicate with one another are finally ready for the road, automakers and government officials say.

30 banks test well, gain Fed leeway

The Federal Reserve has given the green light to major banks in the U.S. to raise dividends and buy back shares, judging them to have a sturdy enough financial foundation to withstand a major economic downturn.

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