Minnesota Offers Fleets Loans to Buy APUs
April 2, 2012
With gas prices reaching $4 a gallon, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is offering loans at 4 percent to owner-operated long-haul truck drivers and small trucking companies to purchase idle-reduction devices.
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