Mexican Trucks on U.S. Highways

Russell Lewis of member station KPBS reports that Mexican trucks will soon be allowed on U.S. highways. The White House announced that U.S. borders must be opened the trucks in order to comply with the North American Free Trade Agreement. Now, some American trucking groups are voicing concern about the safety of the trucks south of the border.



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