Future of Auto transportation in USA

To improve large truck safety and to reduce the commercial motor vehicle related crashes, injuries and fatalities, "Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)" introduces Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 (CSA 2010).
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Cocoa Beach, FL 32932, Spain (prHWY.com) March 5, 2011 - On April 16th 2009, the U.S. Department of Transportation redrew the map for high speed rail in America. This is a big advancement in the freight and logistics industry. This plan will connect cities and states into an integrated system. This state-of-the-art dedicated rail tracks would speed up to 220 mph connecting major cities together. This 17,000 mile national high speed rail system is planned for completion by 2030.

Your vehicle will be loaded on a Car shipping trailer that not only can hold up to 12 cars but as much as few hundred vehicles that is hauled by an electric locomotive hauler on a high speed railway. Once the load has arrived to a specific destination, your driver gets the trailer off the railway and delivers the car to your door.

Not only will this improve safety and get hundred thousands of trucks off major highways, reduce carbon emissions, but will also speed up Auto transport delivery times by eliminating loading and unloading delays cause by terminals and weigh stations.

We predict next-generation of Car transport trailers will be equipped with new designs, safer for the operators with improved footing on top ramps, to reduce the chance of vehicle damage during Auto Shipping.


Tag Words: auto transport, car shipping
Categories: Automotive

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