Ontario's efforts to prevent truck drivers from speeding got mixed reviews yesterday from those behind the wheel.
Speed-limiters that force drivers to travel at 105 km/h or less became mandatory on transport trucks Thursday.
The government says the limiters will reduce greenhouse gases, save diesel fuel and make the roads safer.
not all transport drivers like the idea of having 105 km/h programmed
into their engine-control computers, which is what the law requires.
From the Record. To me, the bigger (pleasant) surprise is that many truckers agree with the new law.