More Big Bro GOV Insanity — Speed Limiters on all Trucks

The proposal to require truck owners and fleets to implement an engine control unit — also known as a speed limiter — in all trucks manufactured after 2023 has created somewhat of a stir in the trucking industry.

The traditional resistance to speeding has worked fine — police, state troopers, RADAR, expensive accidents.  Centralizing control in government which is already or likely to be co-opted by special interests tending toward anti-Americana, epitomizes suicidal stupidity.

A representative of Beyond Dirt LLC wrote on the comment page: “Limiting speeds in trucks will not make them safer. All it will do is impede traffic in places where the truck speed limit is higher, making driving a truck more dangerous for the truck driver because the cars around it will be making aggressive maneuvers to get around it. This law is an overreach, if there is a problem with a few trucks speeding, you need to use the state patrol to in force the speed limit on those law-breaking drivers and not make this job more dangerous for the rest of us.”

3 thoughts on “More Big Bro GOV Insanity — Speed Limiters on all Trucks”

  1. Preplanning for oxygen depletion dates back to at least 1994 when the Denver Airport murals “predicted” an awful future. Of course the best way to fulfill a “prediction” is to cause.

    Aldous Huxley wrote, decades ago, about how most citizens would soon be purposely awash with toxins, deprived of oxygen, and routinely exposed to radiation.


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