PressTelegram.com reports that the demand for cleaner trucks is changing how trucks are sold and could boost business for truck dealers and manufacturers.
Drivers and buyers are asking more questions about emission controls on new trucks. New regulations on truck pollution went into effect this year. Manufacturers have introduced new pollution control systems on new trucks to comply.
Economists predict that the replacement of older trucks could cost as much as $1.5 billion. Government grants could help defer some of the costs.