The fact that the IIHS cannot point to definitive research proving that differential speed limits reduce crashes on Americas’ highways makes a case that these discriminatory speed limits are a violation of workplace laws. traveltech foundation is announcing our intention to file a lawsuit against states that host these “differential” speed limits, starting with California. For too long, DOT officials in California have utilized military type tactics against commercial drivers, restricting their rights to earn a fair wage in that state (a 150 mile trip that should take 2 ½ hours, requires 3 ½ hours in California). The reality is that these discriminatory speed limits exist to accommodate smaller traffic, with complete disregard for the men and women who continue their efforts of making America run smoothly. Please give us your support. We need your signature on this petition as well as your membership to traveltech foundation. Litigation is expensive and we are suing to protect your livelihood. Thank you for your help.
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Christopher D Gray Jr, United States4 years ago Comments: I proudly support this petition.
Robin Chilson, United States4 years ago Comments: -
tony white, Australia4 years ago Comments: i have been driving trucks for 30yrs in australia, if every one was doing the same speed limit it would reduce fatigue.yes u are right it is discrimination,why should it be lawfor cars to do one speed and trucks another.it is not the truck driver fault if the stupid car drivers have no education about how trucks operate.if they can educate car driver to have a bit of resect for truck driver the world will be a lot better place.but that will never happen.
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